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(i) The Governor, Governor’s designee, or lead agency

must reassign the financial responsibility to the appropriate agency; and

(ii) The lead agency must make arrangements for reimbursement of any expenditures incurred by the agency originally assigned financial responsibility.

(d) Delivery of services in a timely manner. The methods adopted by the State under this section must--

(1) Include a mechanism to ensure that no services that a child is entitled to receive under this part are delayed or denied because of disputes between agencies regarding financial or other responsibilities; and

(2) Be consistent with the written funding policies adopted by the State under this subpart and include any

provisions the State has adopted under §303.520 regarding

the use of insurance to pay for Part C services.

(e) Additional components. Each method must include any additional components necessary to ensure effective

cooperation and coordination among, and the lead agency’s

general supervision (including monitoring) of, EIS providers (including all public agencies) involved in the State's early intervention service programs.

(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1435(a)(10), 1437(a)(2), 1440(b))

Payor of Last Resort & System of Payments Provisions--Use