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(a) The child care program office will issue a decision to grant or deny the relief sought and provide the aggrieved party requesting the administrative review and the grantee a copy of the decision within 15 working days after receipt of the notice required under 4 AAC 65.431. The decision on administrative review must be based upon
(1) the information provided in the notice of administrative review;
(2) the records of the department and grantee; and
(3) other available and relevant information.
(b) The child care program office shall deny a notice of administrative review if
(1) the issues raised in the notice do not fall within the jurisdiction of the department; or
(2) the office determines that the aggrieved party is not entitled to the relief requested.
(c) The decision on administrative review constitutes the final department decision, unless an aggrieved party files a notice of appeal and requests a hearing under 4 AAC 65.433.
History: Eff. 3/8/2002, Register 161
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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