|(a) A written corrective action plan may be required from an employer or DR if the employer or DR: (1) hires an ineligible service provider; (2) submits incomplete, inaccurate, or late documentation of service delivery; (3) does not follow the budget; (4) does not comply with program requirements related to the CDS option; or (5) does not meet other employer responsibilities. (b) An employer must provide written corrective action plans to the person requiring the plan within 10 calendar days after receiving the request. Corrective action plans may be requested in writing by: (1) a CDSA, related to employer responsibilities; (2) a case manager or service coordinator; (3) a service planning team; or (4) a DADS representative. (c) A written corrective action plan must include: (1) the reason the corrective action plan is required; (2) the action to be taken; (3) the person responsible for each action; and (4) the date the action must be completed. (d) An employer or DR may request assistance in the development or implementation of a corrective action plan from: (1) the CDSA or others if the plan is related to employer responsibilities, as described in this subchapter; (2) if applicable, the support advisor as described in Subchapter F of this chapter (relating to Support Consultation Services and Support Advisor Responsibilities); and (3) the case manager, service coordinator, or others if the corrective action plan is related to program rules or requirements.