The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved what it characterizes as a “minor reorganization” that involves creating a second deputy executive director position, moving the Import Surveillance Division to the deputy executive director charged with oversight of safety operations, making changes to the offices of Information and Public Affairs and Information Technology, and changing the name of the Office of Congressional Relations. Commissioner Nancy Nord issued a statement opposing the changes, citing concerns with making the Import Surveillance Division a stand-alone operation and adding “another layer of management” with the creation of a second deputy position. See CPSC Chair Inez Tenenbaum Statement, August 11, 2011.