Additional proceedings as to disputed material facts.
(a) In actions not based upon a conviction or civil judgment, if the Ethics Counselor finds that the contractor's submission raises a genuine dispute over facts material to the proposed suspension and/or exclusion, the contractor shall be afforded an opportunity to appear (with counsel, if desired), submit documentary evidence, present witnesses, and confront any witnesses the FDIC presents.
(b) The Ethics Counselor may refer disputed material facts to another official for analysis and recommendation.
(c) If requested, a transcribed record of any additional proceedings shall be made available at cost to the contractor.
Title 12 published on 2012-01-01
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