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DOE-STD-1075-94
6.6 30-Day Waiting Period. Following completion of any necessary revisions
to the guide in response to comments, the OPI shall send a copy of the proposed
final guide to the head of each interested DOE element with the notification that the
guide will become final in 30 days. Whenever practicable, a copy of the proposed
final guide and the 30 day notice should also be sent to each organization/individual
who directly transmitted comments to the OPI during the formal review and comment
process. If there are substantive changes to the document after the comment draft,
the proposed final guide and the notice should be transmitted to all reviewers from
the original list, not just to those who made comments. The concurrence of the
program offices or the Field Management Office is not required.
6.7 Transmittal of the Final Guide. Following the 30-day waiting period, the
OPI will transmit the proposed guide to the Directive Systems Manager in the Office
of Human Resources and Administration. The Directives System Manager will
formally issue and distribute the guide.
6.8 Timeliness of Issuing Guides. Guides should be developed and issued
concurrent with the specific Rule, Order, Notice, Manual, Immediate Action Directive,
or Regulatory Standard for which it provides guidance. If that timing is not feasible,
then the guide should be issued as soon as possible after issuance of the related
requirements document or Policy and available to the individuals and organizations
responsible for implementing the requirements no less than 60 days before the
compliance date of the requirements. Additional time may be necessary for complex
requirements.
6.9 Sunset Review. The guides will be subject to a Sunset Review on the
same schedule as the parent document (associated requirements document or
Policy), or every four years in the cases where there are no parent sunset reviews
(e.g., regulations).
7. DEFINITIONS
7.1 DOE Components. DOE Secretarial Offices, field organizations,
management and operating contractors, DOE contractors, and laboratories.
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