29 CFR 37.68 - How may a recipient show cause why enforcement proceedings should not be instituted?

§ 37.68 How may a recipient show cause why enforcement proceedings should not be instituted?
A recipient may show cause why enforcement proceedings should not be instituted by, among other means:
(a) Correcting the violation(s) that brought about the Notice to Show Cause and entering into a written assurance and/or entering into a Conciliation Agreement, as appropriate, under §§ 37.95 through 37.97;
(b) Demonstrating that CRC does not have jurisdiction; or
(c) Demonstrating that the violation alleged by CRC did not occur.

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