22 CFR 96.92 - Dissemination of information to the public about complaints against accredited agencies and approved persons.

§ 96.92 Dissemination of information to the public about complaints against accredited agencies and approved persons.

Each accrediting entity must maintain a written record documenting each complaint received and the steps taken in response to it. This information may be disclosed to the public as follows:

(a) The accrediting entity must verify, upon inquiry from a member of the public, whether there have been any substantiated complaints against an accredited agency or approved person, and if so, provide information about the status and nature of any such complaints.

(b) The accrediting entity must have procedures for disclosing information about complaints that are substantiated.

[ 71 FR 8131, Feb. 15, 2006, as amended at 79 FR 40636, July 14, 2014]

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