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(a) A grantee may appeal the following decisions under this section:
(1) a decision to withhold a payment under 15 AAC 154.735;
(2) a decision of the Corporation to require a refund of grant money under 15 AAC 154.785;
(3) a decision to suspend a grant under 15 AAC 154.815;
(4) a decision to terminate a grant under 15 AAC 154.820(c) ;
(6) a decision to debar a respondent under 15 AAC 154.822.
(b) The appellant must submit, within 30 days after receipt of notification of the administrative action or decision, a written appeal to the Corporation's chief procurement officer. The appeal must state the factual grounds upon which the appeal is based, include relevant exhibits or affidavits, and cite any laws, regulations, or Corporation policies or procedures upon which the appellant relies.
(c) Upon receipt of an appeal, the chief procurement officer shall direct the grant program manager to submit a written response to the appeal within 30 days.
(d) After receipt of the Corporation's response, the chief procurement officer shall issue a decision within 45 days stating the reasons for the decision. If the chief procurement officer determines that additional information is necessary to reach a decision, the chief procurement officer will, in the chief procurement officer's discretion, provide for additional written or oral presentations. If the chief procurement officer requests additional presentations, the time within which the chief procurement officer must issue a decision will be extended by 15 days.
History: Eff. 6/11/96, Register 139; am 9/23/97, Register 145
Authority: AS 18.55.100
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