PUBLIC lAW 104-170—AUG. 3, 1996 110 STAT. 1511 "(G) If the applicant is requesting that the registration or amendment to the registration of a pesticide be expedited, an explanation of the basis for the request must be submitted, in accordance with paragraph (10) of this subsection."; and (2) by adding at the end the following: "(10) EXPEDITED REGISTRATION OF PESTICIDES. — "(A) Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment Gvddelines. of this paragraph, the Administrator shall, utilizing public comment, develop procedures and guidelines, and expedite the review of an application for registration of a pesticide or an amendment to a registration that satisfies such guidelines. "(B) Any application for registration or an amendment, including biological and conventional pesticides, will be considered for expedited review under this paragraph. An application for registration or an amendment shall qualify for expedited review if use of the pesticide proposed by the application may reasonably be expected to accomplish 1 or more of the following: "(i) Reduce the risks of pesticides to human health, "(ii) Reduce the risks of pesticides to nontarget organisms. "(iii) Reduce the potential for contamination of groundwater, surface water, or other valued environmental resources. "(iv) Broaden the adoption of integrated pest management strategies, or make such strategies more available or more effective. "(C) The Administrator, not later than 30 days after Notification. receipt of an application for expedited review, shall notify the applicant whether the application is complete. If it is found to be incomplete, the Administrator may either reject the request for expedited review or ask the applicant for additional information to satisfy the guidelines developed under subparagraph (A).". TITLE III—DATA COLLECTION ACTIVI- TIES TO ASSURE THE HEALTH OF IN- FANTS AND CHILDREN AND OTHER MEASURES SEC. 301. DATA COLLECTION ACTIVITIES TO ASSURE THE HEALTH OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Agriculture, in consultation with the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Secretary of Health and Human Services, shall coordinate the development and implementation of survey procedures to ensure that adequate data on food consumption patterns of infants and children are collected. (b) PROCEDURES. —To the extent practicable, the procedures referred to in subsection (a) shall include the collection of data on food consumption patterns of a statistically valid sample of infants and children. 21 USC 346a note.