Indiana Code Title 5. State and Local Administration § 5-10.1-3-3
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Sec. 3. Required Elements of the Plan. The plan must:
(1) be in conformity with the requirements of the Social Security Act 1 and with the agreement;
(2) provide that all services covered by the federal-state agreement in employment for the political subdivision is covered by the plan, except that it may exclude services to which section 218(c)(3), 218(c)(5), 218(c)(6), or 218(d) of the Social Security Act 2 is applicable;
(3) specify the source from which the funds necessary to make the payments required of the political subdivision by this article are expected to be derived and contain reasonable assurance that the source will be adequate for that purpose;
(4) provide for such methods of administration of the plan by the political subdivision as are found by the state agency to be necessary for the proper administration of the plan;
(5) provide that the political subdivision shall:
(A) make such reports as the state agency requires; and
(B) comply with such provisions as the state agency or the federal administrator finds necessary to assure the correctness of the reports; and
(6) authorize the state agency to terminate the plan in its entirety if the state agency finds a failure to comply substantially with any provision of the plan. The termination takes effect at the expiration of such notice and on such conditions as are provided by the state agency, in accordance with the Social Security Act.
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