45 CFR 261.64 - How will we determine whether a State's work verification procedures ensure an accurate work participation measurement?

§ 261.64 How will we determine whether a State's work verification procedures ensure an accurate work participation measurement?
(a) We will determine that a State has met the requirement to establish work verification procedures if it submitted an interim Work Verification Plan by September 30, 2006 and a complete Work Verification Plan that we approved by September 30, 2007.
(b) A “complete” Work Verification Plan means that:
(1) The plan includes all the information required by § 261.62(b); and
(2) The State certifies that the plan includes all the information required by § 261.62(b) and that it accurately reflects the procedures under which the State is operating.
(c) For conduct occurring after October 1, 2007, we will use the single audit under OMB Circular A-133 in conjunction with other reviews, audits, and data sources, as appropriate, to assess the accuracy of the data filed by States for use in calculating the work participation rates.

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