10A ncac 10 .0310          REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE SUBSIDIZED CHILD CARE PROGRAM

(a)  Any agency that administers child care services funding through the state's subsidized child care program shall maintain records of administration of the program for a period of three years, following the final report issued to the funding agency, or until all audits begun within the retention period are complete, whichever is longer.

(b)  Any agency that administers the state's subsidized child care program shall provide records of administration of the program upon request for review by local, state, or federal agency representatives.

(c)  Upon review of agency records of administration of the state's subsidized child care program, if it is found that child care services funding was not spent in accordance with applicable state or federal regulations, the Division shall require the agency to pay back funds improperly spent.

(d)  Any agency that both administers the state's subsidized child care program and is a provider of subsidized child care services shall develop and implement a conflict of interest policy that shall include provision for:

(1)           parental choice for recipients of subsidized child care; and

(2)           separate management of the subsidized child care program and the child care facility owned or operated by the agency.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-153(2a);

Eff. April 1, 200l;

Amended Eff. December 1, 2011.