|(a) Advertise. CEs must advertise distributions of
USDA Foods using methods including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The media (internet, TV, radio, and newspapers);
(2) Civic and religious organizations;
(3) City and county governments; and
(4) Social service organizations.
(b) Public information notices. CEs must ensure that
sites notify the public of the locations, days and hours of distribution.
(c) Eligibility determination. Household eligibility
determinations must be made by a CE or sub-agency based on requirements
set forth in §26.106 of this title (relating to Eligibility Criteria
(d) Confidentiality. CEs must protect confidential
participant information as required by federal and state statute.
(e) Shared maintenance. CEs may charge fees that are
allowed by TDA for shared maintenance.
(f) Availability of records. CEs must make records
available to TDA upon request. Such records shall include CE findings
concerning or relating to sub-agencies.
(g) Agreements. CEs may terminate or suspend agreements,
or take other appropriate action, for sub-agencies' noncompliance.