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North Dakota Century Code Title 50. Public Welfare § 50-11.1-07.2. Correction orders

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1. If the department or the department's authorized agent finds, upon inspection, the program, self-declaration, or premises is not in compliance with this chapter or the rules adopted under this chapter, the department or the department's authorized agent may issue a correction order to the program or self-declaration, provided the department does not revoke the license or self-declaration as a result of the noncompliance.  The correction order must cite the specific statute or rule violated, state the factual basis of the violation, state the suggested method of correction, and specify the time allowed for correction.  The correction order must also specify the amount of any fiscal sanction to be assessed if the program or self-declaration fails to comply with the correction order in a timely fashion.  This section does not apply to an applicant's failure to comply with subsection 8 of section 50-11.1-03 or subdivision c of subsection 1 of section 50-11.1-16.

2. Within three business days of the receipt of the correction order, the licensee of the early childhood program or the holder of a self-declaration shall notify the parent of each child receiving early childhood services that a correction order has been issued.  In addition to providing notice to the parent of each child, the licensee or holder of a self-declaration shall post the correction order in a conspicuous location upon the early childhood premises until the violation has been corrected or for five days, whichever is longer.

To obtain a recipient's agreement to comply with applicable requirements in the OMB guidance at 2 CFR part 182, you must include the following term or condition in the award:

Drug-free workplace. You as the recipient must comply with drug-free workplace requirements in Subpart B (or Subpart C, if the recipient is an individual) of 2 CFR Subtitle B, Chapter XV, Part 1536, which adopts the Governmentwide implementation (2 CFR part 182) of sec. 5152–5158 of the Drug–Free Workplace Act of 1988 (Pub.L. 100–690, Title V, Subtitle D;  41 U.S.C. 701707).

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