After receiving the DPP or DOCD, what will MMS do?
(a) Determine whether deemed submitted. Within 25 working days after receiving your proposed DPP or DOCD and its accompanying information, the Regional Supervisor will deem your DPP or DOCD submitted if:
(1) The submitted information, including the information that must accompany the DPP or DOCD (refer to the list in § 250.242 ), fulfills requirements and is sufficiently accurate;
(2) You have provided all needed additional information (see § 250.201(b) ); and
(3) You have provided the required number of copies (see § 250.206(a) ).
(b) Identify problems and deficiencies. If the Regional Supervisor determines that you have not met one or more of the conditions in paragraph (a) of this section, the Regional Supervisor will notify you of the problem or deficiency within 25 working days after the Regional Supervisor receives your DPP or DOCD and its accompanying information. The Regional Supervisor will not deem your DPP or DOCD submitted until you have corrected all problems or deficiencies identified in the notice.
(c) Deemed submitted notification. The Regional Supervisor will notify you when your DPP or DOCD is deemed submitted.
Title 30 published on 2012-07-01
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