20 CFR 404.1603 - Basic responsibilities for us and the State.
(a)General. We will work with the State to provide and maintain an effective system for processing claims of those who apply for and who are receiving benefits under the disability program. We will provide program standards, leadership, and oversight. We do not intend to become involved in the State's ongoing management of the program except as is necessary and in accordance with these regulations. The State will comply with our regulations and other written guidelines.
(b)Our responsibilities. We will:
(1) Periodically review the regulations and other written guidelines to determine whether they insure effective and uniform administration of the disability program. To the extent feasible, we will consult with and take into consideration the experience of the States in issuing regulations and guidelines necessary to insure effective and uniform administration of the disability program;
(2) Provide training materials or in some instances conduct or specify training, see § 404.1622;
(5) Maintain liaison with the medical profession nationally and with national organizations and agencies whose interests or activities may affect the disability program.
(c)Responsibilities of the State. The State will:
(2) Provide an organizational structure, adequate facilities, qualified personnel, medical consultant services, designated quick disability determination examiners ( §§ 404.1619 and 404.1620(c)), and a quality assurance function ( §§ 404.1620 through 404.1624);
(4) Submit budgets ( § 404.1626);
(5) Cooperate with audits ( § 404.1627);
(6) Insure that all applicants for and recipients of disability benefits are treated equally and courteously;
(8) Take part in the research and demonstration projects ( § 404.1629);
(9) Coordinate with other agencies ( § 404.1630);
(13) Maintain liaison with the medical profession and organizations that may facilitate performing the disability determination function; and
(14) Assist us in other ways that we determine may promote the objectives of effective and uniform administration.
Title 20 published on 2015-11-18
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