The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has requested comments on the estimated costs and burdens of collecting information from voluntary participants in consumer focus groups. CPSC will consider the comments before requesting an extension of this information collection from the Office of Budget and Management. The focus groups provide CPSC with information about the use of specific consumer products, including recall effectiveness, product use, and safety-issue perceptions. According to the agency, “staff has used focus groups to assess consumers’ behavior related to product recalls, pool and spa safety, the Consumer Product Safety Risk Management System, recreational off-road vehicle restraint systems, and Web site redesign.”The estimated 20 focus groups convened during the next three years would cost some $140,000 and involve 1,100 participant hours. Comments are requested by April 14, 2014. See Federal Register, February 11, 2014.