Code of Federal Regulations Title 5. Administrative Personnel § 5.890.1069 Information the debarring official must consider in deciding a provider's contest of proposed penalties and assessments
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(a) Documentary material and written arguments. As part of a provider's contest, the provider must furnish a written statement of reasons why the proposed penalties and assessments should not be imposed and/or why the amounts proposed are excessive.
(b) Mandatory disclosures. In addition to any other information submitted during the contest, the provider must inform the debarring official in writing of:
(1) Any existing, proposed, or prior exclusion, debarment, penalty, assessment, or other sanction that was imposed by a Federal, State, or local government agency, including any administrative agreement that purports to affect only a single agency; and
(2) Any current or prior criminal or civil legal proceeding that was based on the same facts as the penalties and assessments proposed by OPM.
(c) In-person appearance. A provider may request a personal appearance (in person, by telephone conference, or through a representative) to provide testimony and oral arguments to the debarring official.
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