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(2) Make determinations annually about the performance of each EIS program using the categories

identified in §303.703(b);

(3) Enforce this part consistent with §303.704, using

appropriate enforcement mechanisms, which must include, if applicable, the enforcement mechanisms identified in

§303.704(a)(1) (technical assistance) and §303.704(a)(2)

(imposing conditions on the lead agency’s funding of an EIS

program or, if the lead agency does not provide Part C

funds to the EIS program, an EIS provider), §303.704(b)(2)

(i) (corrective action or improvement plan) and §303.704(b)

(2)(iv) (withholding of funds, in whole or in part by the

lead agency), and §303.704(c)(2) (withholding of funds, in

whole or in part by the lead agency); and

(4) Report annually on the performance of the State and of each EIS program under this part as provided in


(b) The primary focus of the State’s monitoring

activities must be on--

(1) Improving early intervention results and functional outcomes for all infants and toddlers with disabilities; and

(2) Ensuring that EIS programs meet the program requirements under Part C of the Act, with a particular