(2) A logical group of Federal assistance programs that have the same disbursement method and type of payee;
(3) A bank account;
(4) A specific type of payment, such as payroll or vendor payments; or
(5) Anything that is agreed upon by us and a State. If a clearance pattern is used for multiple Federal assistance programs, a State must apply the clearance pattern separately to each Federal assistance program when scheduling funds transfers or calculating interest.
(b) As set forth in § 205.9, a Treasury-State agreement must include the method a State uses to develop and maintain clearance patterns.
Title 31 published on 2013-07-01
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