FAA6.E Overpayments : 07 Intentional Program Violation (IPV) - Overview : B IPV - Administrative Disqualification Procedures : .02 IPV - Administrative Disqualification Procedures - OARC Responsibilities
.02 IPV - Administrative Disqualification Procedures - OARC Responsibilities
 
(01/01/20 - 12/31/20)
The responsibilities of the Office of Accounts Receivable and Collections (OARC) regarding Intentional Program Violation (IPV) administrative disqualification procedures are as follows:
 
Review all overpayment determinations identified as potential IPVs for possible referral for either of the following:
Administrative Disqualification Appeal
Refer all household error overpayments of $2000 or more to OSI for an OSI decline memo. The OSI decline memo must state that OSI is not going to pursue prosecution. This includes all of the following overpayments:
CA or NA overpayments of $2000 or more.
Combination CA and NA overpayments that have a combined dollar amount of $2000 or more.
Potential IPV overpayments less than $2000 when previously discovered or enhanced by OSI investigations.
 
NOTE OSI reviews the overpayment to determine investigative assignment and possible prosecution.
 
OSI investigations are completed prior to the writing of the OP packet.
 
NOTE Postponed collection action, consideration for an administrative disqualification appeal, and participant notification on overpayments are referred to OSI pending investigation.
 
Refer cases to the Appellate Services Administration (ASA) for an administrative disqualification appeal.