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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XVIPart 1641Subpart B → §1641.10


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 1641—DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL OF RECIPIENT AUDITORS
Subpart B—Debarment


§1641.10   Additional proceedings as to disputed material facts.

(a) In actions not based upon a conviction or civil judgment under §1641.7 (d) or (e), if the debarring official finds that the IPA's submission raises a genuine dispute of material fact, the IPA shall be afforded an opportunity to appear (with counsel, if desired), submit documentary evidence, present witnesses, and confront any witnesses the OIG presents. If the debarring official finds that the IPA's submission does not raise a genuine issue of material fact, additional proceedings will not be provided. In such case, the hearing shall be held entirely by written submissions, except that a meeting may be held under §1641.9(c).

(b) If the debarring official determines additional proceedings to be warranted, OIG shall notify the IPA. Such notice shall include notice of the procedures under which such proceedings shall be conducted.

(c) A transcribed record of any additional proceedings shall be prepared and a copy shall be made available to the IPA without cost.

(d) The debarring official may refer disputed material facts to a fact finder, who need not be a member of the OIG staff, for fact finding, analysis and recommendation.

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