101 CMR 10.04 - Appeal of the Individual Transitional Plan by a State Agency

Any state agency designated on an ITP as a service provider may appeal an ITP by requesting in writing a review by the Secretary of EOHHS within 30 days of the TAC approval of the ITP to determine whether:

(a) services to be provided are within such agency's jurisdiction or mandate,
(b) such agency is appropriately designated as the responsible state agency; and
(c) the duration of services to be provided is necessary and appropriate and within such agency's jurisdiction or mandate.

The appealing state agency shall include in its request documentation or other evidence in support of the appeal and shall provide a copy of the appeal and documentation or other evidence to the BTP and the disabled person. The Secretary's or designee's decision shall be final and shall not be subject to further administrative review.

Notes

101 CMR 10.04
Amended by Mass Register Issue 1363, eff. 4/20/2018.

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