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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 45. Department For The Blind And Vision Impaired
Chapter 20. Regulations to Govern the Operation of Vending Facilities in Public Buildings and Other Property

22VAC45-20-70. Transfer and promotion of vendors.

A. The department shall use as a basis for vendor upward mobility or transfer, the following criteria:

1. Sanitation inspections;

2. Business counselor evaluation for upward mobility;

3. Tenure in program;

4. Gross profit percentage;

5. Vendor attitude toward the program;

6. Appearance;

7. Attendance (Daily);

8. Building host-employee relations; and

9. Customer relations.

B. Each category shall be evaluated independently of the other with no single category outweighing the other. The total score of each vendor shall be the sum of scores in each category.

C. Vendors who apply for upward mobility or transfer and who are denied their request shall be entitled to review the evaluation. The state licensing agency shall show cause for the nonaward.

Statutory Authority

§§ 51.5-65 and 51.5-78 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR670-02-1 § 3.4, eff. March 28, 1990.

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