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Title 45 Part 1172 → Subpart C

Title 45 → Subtitle B → Chapter XI → Subchapter D → Part 1172 → Subpart C

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Title 45 Part 1172 → Subpart C

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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XISubchapter DPart 1172 → Subpart C


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 1172—NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF AGE IN FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES


Subpart C—Responsibilities of NEH Recipients


Contents
§1172.21   General responsibilities.
§1172.22   Notice to subrecipients.
§1172.23   Self-evaluation.
§1172.24   Information requirements.

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§1172.21   General responsibilities.

A recipient has responsibility to ensure that its programs or activities are in compliance with the Act and the regulations in this part and to take steps to eliminate violations of the Act and the regulations in this part. A recipient also has responsibility to maintain records, provide information, and afford NEH access to its records to the extent NEH finds necessary to determine whether the recipient is in compliance with the Act and the regulations in this part.

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§1172.22   Notice to subrecipients.

Where a recipient passes on Federal financial assistance from NEH to subrecipients, the recipient must provide the subrecipients with written notice of their obligations under the Act and the regulations in this part. Each recipient must also make necessary information available to its beneficiaries in order to inform them about the protections against discrimination provided by the Act and the regulations in this part.

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§1172.23   Self-evaluation.

As part of a compliance review under §1172.31 or a complaint investigation under §1172.34, NEH may require a recipient employing the equivalent of fifteen (15) or more full time employees to complete a written self-evaluation, in a manner specified by NEH, of any age distinction imposed in its program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. A recipient must take corrective and remedial action whenever a self-evaluation indicates a violation of the Act, and the recipient must make the self-evaluation available upon request to NEH and to the public for a period of three (3) years following its completion.

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§1172.24   Information requirements.

Each recipient shall keep records containing information necessary for NEH to determine whether the recipient is in compliance with the Act and the regulations in this part, and shall provide any such records to NEH upon request and in the preferred format specified by NEH. Each recipient shall also permit reasonable access by NEH to its books, records, accounts, and other facilities and sources of information, to the extent necessary for NEH to determine whether the recipient is in compliance with the Act and this part.

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