Comments must directly relate to a proposed change listed in this public
review and should address the issue identified in the "Problem" field. A comment
that refers to other provisions in the Code for which no change is proposed,
or to other parts of a provision for which no change is proposed, will not be
considered by the committees at this time. The comment will be returned to the
commenter with the suggestion that it be resubmitted as a Code Change Request
for future consideration by the committees of the CCBFC.
Negative comments must be accompanied by explanations, otherwise they are
of no help to the committees.
Comments must be technically supportable. It is unlikely that the committees
will be influenced by comments that are simple expressions of opinion. Even
a large number of such comments expressing the same opinion is unlikely to have
significant influence. This is not a voting process!
Comments that point out considerations the committees may have overlooked,
or impacts the standing committees may not have foreseen, are encouraged. This
is especially true of comments accompanied by data, statistics or research results
that support the points the commenter is trying to make.
Potential economic impact was considered in the development of the proposed
changes. However, a detailed cost/benefit analysis may not have been conducted.
In reviewing them, you are encouraged to consider the economic implications
as well as the technical aspects.
You are encouraged to submit reports or other documents in support of your
comments. (In the case of lengthy reports, the commenter may be requested to
supply additional copies.) All submitted documents will be in the public domain:
proprietary information cannot be kept confidential.
Comments in support of a proposed change are welcome.
For details on how to submit comments on the form provided, see the
Important: The 2018 public review is now closed.
The next Public Review is currently scheduled for fall 2019.
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