Conn. Agencies Regs. § 17-83k-2 - Failure to meet or to continue to meet eligibility criteria

Vendors must meet and maintain eligibility criteria of program participation specified in Federal and State Statutes and Regulations and in departmental contracts or agreements. Failure to meet criteria for eligibility will result in the suspension of a vendor's participation.

Whenever the Department of Income Maintenance (hereinafter referred to as "Department") receives notification from the Licensing or Certifying Agency that a participating vendor has received either notice of denial of certification when such certification is required by Federal or State Statute or regulation, or has received notice of a denial of federal financial participation, or of an application for renewal of a license, certificate, permit or the like, when such license, certificate, permit or the like represents a prerequisite for participation, the Commissioner may suspend such vendor from further participation in the program.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 17-83k-2
Effective October 29, 1985

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