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TITLE 34PUBLIC FINANCE
PART 1COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
CHAPTER 20STATEWIDE PROCUREMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER DSOCIO-ECONOMIC PROGRAM
DIVISION 1HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESSES
RULE §20.291Revocation

(a) The comptroller shall revoke the certification of a HUB if the comptroller determines that a business does not meet the definition of HUB or that the business fails to provide requested information in connection with a certification review conducted by the comptroller. The comptroller shall provide the business with written notice of the proposed revocation. Applicants have 30 days from receipt of the written notice to provide written documentation stating the basis for disputing the grounds for revocation. The applicant shall also submit documentation to address the deficiencies identified in the notice. The comptroller shall evaluate the documentation to confirm the applicant's eligibility. The comptroller shall provide the applicant with written notification of their certification status. If an applicant's certification is revoked, the applicant may appeal to the director of the TPASS division of the comptroller within 14 days of receipt of written notice of the revocation. Upon receipt of the applicant's request for appeal, the director will render a decision on the appeal within 30 days of receipt of the written appeal. The decision of the director is final.

(b) If a HUB is barred from participating in state contracts in accordance with Government Code, §2155.077, the comptroller shall revoke the certification of that business for a period commensurate with the debarment period.


Source Note: The provisions of this §20.291 adopted to be effective January 24, 2017, 42 TexReg 235

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