The CFTC is proposing to amend its regulations governing delegations of authority to disclose confidential information to permit CFTC staff to provide confidential information to "registered entities," including exempt commercial markets offering significant price discovery contracts, and to require that registered entities update their lists of confidential data recipients on an annual basis. The CFTC's proposal would also clarify that confidential information provided by the CFTC to registered entities may only be used for market surveillance, audit, investigative or rule enforcement purposes and would remove the requirement that disclosures of confidential information to foreign government agencies and foreign futures authorities require the concurrence of the CFTC's Division of Enforcement. Comments must be received by April 29, 2010. 75 FR 15635.