Yes. In the Notice of Compliance Review Findings, the Registration Agency will identify any deficiencies, how those deficiencies could be remedied, and the timeframe for remedying them. Additionally, the Registration Agency, in keeping with current practice, will provide technical assistance to sponsors with deficiencies on how they may come into compliance.
Will the Registration Agency provide me with technical assistance if my program needs to implement a compliance action plan?
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