| (4) Certification through single entity corporations. Candidates from accredited single entity corporations may receive food manager certificates as described in this section, except that the food manager certificate shall: (A) clearly indicate that the certificate is valid for food manager duties performed for the single entity only; (B) be recognized by regulatory authorities for only that single entity; and (C) not receive reciprocity or recertification. (k) Department certificate. (1) Two-year renewal certificate. Certified food manager certificates issued by the department from May 6, 2004 to April 24, 2008, shall be renewed every two years and may be renewed two times. (2) Department certificate replacement. An individual requesting a certified food manager certificate replacement shall submit a completed written application to the department with the appropriate non-refundable fee. Replacement certificates will bear the same expiration date as the original certificate. (l) Department certificate fees. (1) Two-year renewal certificate fee. The fee for renewal of a two-year certificate issued shall be $10. (2) Replacement certificate fee. A replacement certificate fee for the department examination shall be $15. (3) Texas Online Authority fee. For all applications and renewal applications, the department is authorized to collect subscription and convenience fees, in amounts determined by the Texas Online Authority, to recover costs associated with application and renewal application processing through Texas Online. (m) Licensing of single entity certified food management programs. In addition to the licensing requirements as specified in subsection (n) of this section, a corporation wishing to use a single entity option, which offers course length and topic requirements as specified in Health and Safety Code, §438.043(a), shall submit to the department: (1) a copy of the course syllabus; and (2) a copy of the course curriculum. (n) Licensing of certified food management program licensee. The department shall issue a license of accreditation to each certified food management program licensee who has demonstrated compliance with this section. A license issued under these rules shall expire two years from the date of issuance. This license is not transferable on change of ownership, name, or site location. (1) Application. A person wishing to apply for a certification or recertification certified food management program license shall submit a completed application to the department. (2) Security agreement. The licensee shall submit a signed security agreement stating that individual examination items, examination item banks, certified food manager certification examinations, examination answer sheets, and candidate scores shall be secure at all times, and during administration that the examinations shall remain secure. (3) Certified food management program license fee. The completed license application shall include the appropriate non-refundable fee as specified in subsection (p)(1) of this section. (4) Sponsor. The licensee may designate a certified food manager program sponsor as the person responsible for the administrative management of the program. (5) Qualified instructor. The licensee shall provide a list of all qualified food management program instructors who plan to teach an accredited certification or recertification course to the department. A completed instructor application, along with other necessary documentation shall be submitted for all non-qualified instructors. (6) Course syllabus. The licensee shall provide a course syllabus to the department verifying the minimum of 14 hours of training for a certification program as specified in subsection (d) of this section and a minimum of six hours of training for a recertification program as specified in subsection (e) of this section. The training methods shall be designated on the application. A course curriculum shall be available for review to verify the course syllabus. (7) Certification examination. Department-approved examination(s) utilized by the certified food management programs shall be designated on the completed application. (o) Responsibilities of a licensee. (1) Compliance with certified food management program laws and rules. The licensee is responsible for compliance with applicable certified food management program laws and rules. (2) Payment of fees. All fees shall be non-refundable and paid as specified in subsection (p) of this section. (3) Certified food management program course content. All certified food management programs shall be taught utilizing the training and time requirements in Health and Safety Code, §438.043(a). (4) Change of sponsor. The licensee shall notify the department in writing of the name of the new program sponsor. (5) Change of qualified instructor. The licensee shall ensure that only a department-qualified instructor serves as the instructor for the certified food management program. All new instructors shall complete the application for new instructors that shall be submitted by the licensee to the department with the applicable documentation. Licensees shall instruct all new instructors on the applicable laws and rules and administrative responsibilities. (p) Required fees. All fees are payable to the Department of State Health Services and are non-refundable. Licensees shall submit fees with the appropriate form that relates to the fee category. A current license shall only be issued when all past due fees and late fees are paid for all years of operation in Texas. The fees shall be: (1) Certified food manager program license fee for initial, renewal, or change of ownership. The certified food manger program license fee shall be $600 for a two-year license for each certification or recertification program. (2) Certified food manager program amended license fee. Program amendment fees shall be $300 for each certification or recertification program. (3) Late fee. Certified food manager licensees submitting a completed renewal application to the department after the expiration date shall pay an additional $100 as a late fee. (4) Texas Online Authority fee. For all applications and renewal applications, the department is authorized to collect subscription and convenience fees, in amounts determined by the Texas Online Authority, to recover costs associated with application and renewal application processing through Texas Online. (q) Certified food management program registry. The department shall maintain a program registry of all accredited certification and recertification programs. The registry shall be made available on the department website. (r) Department audits. Audits of examination and classroom may be conducted to assess program compliance. Audits may be based on analysis of data compiled by the department. The licensee shall allow personnel authorized by the department access for the purposes of an audit. (s) Denial, suspension and revocation of program accreditation. An accredited food manager program license may be denied, suspended or revoked for the following reasons: (1) breach of the security agreement; (2) delinquency in payment of fees as described in this section; or (3) violation of the provisions of this section. (t) Denial, suspension and revocation procedures. Denial, suspension and revocation procedures under this section shall be conducted in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001. (u) Suspension of License Relating to Child Support and Child Custody. (1) On receipt of a final court order or attorney general's order suspending a license due to failure to pay child support or for failure to comply with the terms of a court order providing for the possession of or access to a child, the department shall immediately determine if a license has been issued to the obligator named and: (A) record the suspension of the license in the department's records; (B) report the suspension as appropriate; and (C) demand surrender of the suspended license. (2) The department shall implement the terms of a final court or attorney general's order suspending a license without additional review or hearing. The board will provide notice as appropriate to the licensee or to others concerned with the license. (3) The department may not modify, remand, reverse, vacate, or stay a court or attorney general's order suspending a license issued under the Family Code, Chapter 232, and may not review, vacate, or reconsider the terms of an order. (4) A licensee who is the subject of a final court or attorney general's order suspending his or her license is not entitled to a refund for any fee paid to the department. (5) If a suspension overlaps a license renewal period, an individual with a license suspended under this section shall comply with the normal renewal procedures in the Act and this chapter; however, the license will not be renewed until subsections (l) and (m) of this section are met.