10A NCAC 10 .0313          EFFECT OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION ISSUED AGAINST PROVIDER

(a)  All child care subsidy payments made pursuant to a Provider Agreement shall terminate 45 days after issuance of an administrative action revoking, summarily suspending, or denying a license to operate a child care facility issued pursuant to G.S. 110-90.

(b)  An appeal of an administrative action revoking, summarily suspending, or denying a license does not stay the termination of approval to participate in the state's Subsidized Child Care Program.  If under appeal, the maximum time period during which payments from the state's Subsidized Child Care Program may be made is 45 days from the date on the notice of the administrative action.  A provider subject to administrative action as described in this Paragraph shall not be paid with subsidized child care funds for any new children enrolled after the date on the notice of the administrative action.

(c)  A child care provider who has received an administrative action revoking or denying a license by the Division of Child Development and Early Education, or who is currently under summary suspension, is ineligible to participate in the state's Subsidized Child Care Program as a nonlicensed child care home.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-153;

Eff. December 1, 2011.