IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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same time ensuring that lead agencies timely correct noncompliance.
Concerning commenters’ requests to have lead agencies
publicly report on timely correction, subpart H of these regulations identifies the specific reporting requirements, including timelines for reporting the correction of
noncompliance. Pursuant to §303.702(b)(1)(i)(A), a lead
agency is required to report annually to the public on the performance of each EIS program on the targets in the SPP. Additionally, every State is required to report on the timely correction of noncompliance in its APR. We decline
to add a reporting requirement to §303.120(a)(2)(iv)
because the SPP/APR reporting requirements regarding timely correction of noncompliance are adequate to ensure that the public and the Department are informed about a lead
agency’s performance in correcting noncompliance under
Data collection (§303.124)
Comment: One commenter opposed the requirement in
§303.124(b) that statewide data systems include a
description of the State’s sampling methods, if sampling is
used, for reporting certain data required by the Secretary. The commenter opposed this requirement stating that