778.111 Review and termination.§ 778.111 Review and termination.
(a) Review. The Operating Administration must review each participating State's performance in implementing the requirements of the Pilot Program at least once every 5 years.
(1) The Operating Administration must provide notice and an opportunity for public comment during the review.
(2) At the conclusion of its last review prior to the expiration of the term, the Operating Administration may extend a State's participation in the Pilot Program for an additional term of not more than 5 years (as long as such term does not extend beyond the termination date of the Pilot Program) or terminate the State's participation in the Pilot Program.
(b) Early Termination. (1) If the Operating Administration, in consultation with the Office of the Secretary and the Chair of CEQ, determines that a State is not administering the Pilot Program consistent with the terms of its written agreement, or the requirements of this part or 23 U.S.C. 330, the Operating Administration must provide the State notification of that determination.
(2) After notifying the State of its determination under paragraph (c)(1), the Operating Administration must provide the State a maximum of 90 days to take the appropriate corrective action. If the State fails to take such corrective action, the Operating Administration may terminate the State's participation in the Pilot Program.