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Title 2Subtitle BChapter XXXPart 3001 → Subpart E


Title 2: Grants and Agreements
PART 3001—REQUIREMENTS FOR DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE)


Subpart E—Violations of This Part and Consequences


Contents
§3001.500   Who in DHS determines that a recipient other than an individual violated the requirements of this part?
§3001.505   Who in DHS determines that a recipient who is an individual violated the requirements of this part?
§3001.510   What actions will the Federal Government take against a recipient determined to have violated this part?

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§3001.500   Who in DHS determines that a recipient other than an individual violated the requirements of this part?

The Secretary of Homeland Security, or his or her official designee, will make the determination that a recipient other than an individual violated the requirements of this part.

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§3001.505   Who in DHS determines that a recipient who is an individual violated the requirements of this part?

The Secretary of Homeland Security, or his or her official designee, will make the determination that a recipient who is an individual violated the requirements of this part.

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§3001.510   What actions will the Federal Government take against a recipient determined to have violated this part?

If a recipient is determined to have violated 2 CFR part 182, as implemented by this part, the agency will take one or more of the following actions—

(a) Suspension of payments under the award;

(b) Suspension or termination of the award; and

(c) Suspension or debarment of the recipient under 2 CFR part 180 and 2 CFR part 3000, for a period not to exceed five years.

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