FAA6.E Overpayments : 08 Intentional Program Violation (IPV) - Overview : G IPV - Notification of Disqualification
G IPV - Notification of Disqualification
The Office of Accounts Receivable and Collections (OARC) sends the appropriate Notice of Disqualification for Intentional Program Violation to the participant upon receipt of the following:
 
Notification from the Appellate Services Administration (ASA) or the Attorney General's office that the participant is subject to disqualification.
 
The notices are the FA‑082 (CA) and the FA‑757 (NA).
 
OARC sends a copy of the notice to the local office. The notice informs the participant of the following:
 
The decision and the reason for the decision.
The date the disqualification penalties start.
The length of the disqualification period.
The benefit amount the household will receive during the period of disqualification, or that the approval period has expired and the household must reapply.
 
OARC sends a letter to initiate collection at the same time the disqualification notice is sent when collections have not been previously initiated.
 
OARC does not initiate collection when the participant is on probation and under the supervision of the court for the payment of restitution.
 
NOTE OARC attempts recovery of the overpayment through state tax refund intercept, and lottery. When the overpayment is for NA, recovery of the overpayment is also attempted through federal funds.