The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has requested comments on estimated time and expense burdens of collecting information for the Consumer Product Safety Information Database— The Office of Management and Budget’s approval of the information collection is set to expire January 31, 2014, and CPSC seeks to extend that approval. Based on the number of incidents reported in 2012, CPSC estimates that annual costs for those reporting harm and the manufacturers responding to the reports are about $1.086 million. Annual agency costs associated with its database responsibilities are estimated at $1.028 million. Comments will be accepted until October 15, 2013. See Federal Register, August 15, 2013.