12 CFR 367.13 - Notices.
(a) Exclusions. Before excluding a contractor, the FDIC shall send it a written notice of possible cause to exclude. Such notice shall include:
(1) Notification that exclusion for a specified period of time is being considered based on the specified cause(s) in§ 367.6 to be relied upon;
(2) Identification of the event(s), circumstance(s), or condition(s) that indicates that there is cause to believe a cause for exclusion exists, described in sufficient detail to put the contractor on notice of the conduct or transaction(s) upon which an exclusion proceeding is based;
(3) Notification that the contractor is not prohibited from contracting with the FDIC unless and until it is either suspended from FDIC contracting or the FDIC Ethics Counselor issues a decision excluding the contractor,provided however, in any case where the possible cause for exclusion would also be an impediment to the contractor's eligibility pursuant to 12 CFR part 366, the contractor's eligibility for any contract will be determined under that part; and
(4) Notification of the regulatory provisions governing the exclusion proceeding and the potential effect of a final exclusion decision.
(1) Notice that a suspension is being imposed based on specified causes in§ 367.8;
(2) Identification of the event(s), circumstance(s), or condition(s) that indicate that there is adequate evidence to believe a cause for suspension exists, described in sufficient detail to put the contractor on notice of the basis for the suspension, recognizing that the conduct of ongoing investigations and legal proceedings, including criminal proceedings, place limitations on the evidence that can be released;
(3) Notification that the suspension prohibits the contractor from contracting with the FDIC for a temporary period, pending the completion of an investigation or other legal proceedings; and
(c) Service of notices. Notices will be sent to the contractor by first class mail, postage prepaid. For purposes of compliance with this section, notice shall be considered to have been received by the contractor if the notice is properly mailed to the last known address of such contractor. Whenever practical, a copy of the notice will also be transmitted to the contractor by facsimile. In the event the notice is not sent by facsimile, a copy will be sent by an overnight delivery service such as Express Mail or a commercial equivalent.
Title 12 published on 2015-01-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 12 CFR Part 367.