(1) Each method must include procedures for achieving a timely resolution of intra-agency and interagency disputes about payments for a given service, or disputes about other matters related to the State’s early intervention service program. Those procedures must include a mechanism for resolution of disputes within agencies and for the Governor, Governor’s designee, or the lead agency to make a final determination for interagency disputes, which determination must be binding upon the agencies involved.
(i) Permit the agency to resolve its own internal disputes (based on the agency’s procedures that are included in the agreement), so long as the agency acts in a timely manner; and
(ii) Include the process that the lead agency will follow in achieving resolution of intra-agency disputes, if a given agency is unable to resolve its own internal disputes in a timely manner.
(3) If, during the lead agency’s resolution of the dispute, the Governor, Governor’s designee, or lead agency determines that the assignment of financial responsibility under this section was inappropriately made—
(i) The Governor, Governor’s designee, or lead agency must reassign the financial responsibility to the appropriate agency; and
(ii) The lead agency must make arrangements for reimbursement of any expenditures incurred by the agency originally assigned financial responsibility.
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