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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 35. Commission on the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
Chapter 40. Certification Requirements Manual
5/30/2020

24VAC35-40-30. Methodology.

A. Team composition. Each regional team consists of one commission member, one local ASAP director and one case management representative from the VASAP system. Each team member is appointed by the commission. The membership of each regional team shall be rotated among available representatives on an annual basis. The executive director of the Commission on VASAP shall serve as ex-officio member of each regional team. Team I will serve as the certification team in the Battlefield Region. Team II will serve as the certification team for the Blue Ridge Region and Team III will serve as the certification team for the Colonial Region.

B. Training. The executive director of the Commission on VASAP shall be responsible for providing training to each certification review team.

C. Information request. Prior to an on-site visit, the executive director of the Commission on VASAP will direct each program to be certified to submit necessary documentation.

D. Data and program review. Prior to the certification process, each ASAP director shall submit to the executive director requested data concerning the operation of the ASAP. After compilation of the requested information, it shall be distributed to the respective regional certification team. Each team shall review the data and perform preliminary audits. Following this review, on-site visits shall be scheduled. Additional data shall be collected and observations made during the on-site visit to validate the documentation submitted. Staff interviews, review of samples of client files and financial records as well as a physical examination of the office space shall be performed.

At the completion of the on-site review, the certification review team shall hold a summation conference with the director of the program. During this conference, the certification review team shall present areas of concern for discussion and clarification, and the ASAP director shall be given full opportunity to comment when a program is found out of compliance. The program must provide an action plan as required in 24VAC35-20-90 of the policy and procedure manual (24VAC35-20-10 et seq.).

E. Report submission. A written report of the team's findings shall be submitted to the executive director of the Commission on VASAP noting observations and recommendations of the review team. The chair of the reviewing team shall be responsible for submission of the report.

F. Recommendation of certification. The executive director shall provide the commission a report which contains recommendations for certification. The commission shall consider the recommendations of the executive director, and if necessary, review the findings, documents, documentation of compliance, as well as any other relevant material received.

G. Confidentiality. Each certification team shall adhere to all federal, state, and local laws governing confidentiality. The certification review and findings are the sole property of the Commission on VASAP. Dissemination of any information, except as expressly provided herein, constitutes a violation of confidentiality.

The Commission on VASAP shall be the sole source responsible for dissemination of any information regarding a program's certification review.

H. Standards. Each ASAP shall comply with these standards as indicated. Each standard shall be reviewed at the time of certification for compliance and at such time as the commission deems necessary in order to ensure continued compliance with standards.

Statutory Authority

§§ 18.2-271.1 and 18.2-271.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR647-01-04 § 2.2, eff. September 13, 1989; amended, Volume 07, Issue 09, eff. February 28, 1991.

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