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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
Chapter 31. Virginia Emergency Medical Services Regulations
8/8/2022

12VAC5-31-2960. Suspension of an award.

A. The commissioner may suspend an award and all disbursements of funds attached pending an investigation and following an informal fact-finding conference as defined in the Virginia Administrative Process Act (§ 2.2-4000 et seq. of the Code of Virginia).

B. There shall exist reasonable cause for suspension prior to such action by the commissioner. Such cause shall include:

1. Failure to comply with these regulations;

2. Violation of the terms of any conditions or agreements attached to an award; or

3. A reasonable belief by the commissioner that any such violations might otherwise continue unabated.

C. The Office of EMS shall notify the grantee of the suspension by certified mail to the last known address.

D. A suspension shall take effect immediately upon receipt of notification unless otherwise specified. A suspension shall remain in effect until reinstated or revoked by the commissioner.

Statutory Authority

§§ 32.1-12, 32.1-111.4, and 32.1-111.11 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 6, eff. January 1, 2008.

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