Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 11, § 998 - Laboratory Services and Method of Cost Assessment

(a) Scope. This section shall apply to how the laboratory may determine what services it will provide and its costs for providing such services.
(b) Implementation. The county and the licensed forensic alcohol laboratory, or laboratories, with which it enters into an agreement for services may determine:
(1) The scope of the services to be rendered to the county by the laboratory including both direct and related costs of testing incurred by the laboratory.
(2) The method of cost assessment, including, but not limited to:
(A) Actual costs per test;
(B) A flat-rate charge determined by the total cost of performing analysis of blood, breath or urine for alcohol content, or for the presence of controlled substances, and for services related to such testing, which costs have been incurred by that laboratory over a specified period of time;
(C) Adoption of a flat-rate charge established by any other licensed forensic alcohol laboratory pursuant to paragraph (2)(B) where such other laboratory performs the same or similar services.


Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 11, § 998

Note: Authority cited: Section 1463.14, Penal Code. Reference: Section 1463.14, Penal Code.

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