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340:1-11-11. Execution of compliance reviews

Revised 9-15-16

(a) Upon request, the Office for Civil Rights administrator develops procedures to analyze and evaluate applications for new facilities with change of ownership and initial applications.The procedures include, but are not limited to:

(1) initiating an original information packet;

(2) orienting the facility per Oklahoma Administrative Code (OAC) 340:1-11-1;

(3) analyzing and evaluating material upon receipt; and

(4) determining compliance status.

(b) Upon request, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) makes periodic compliance reviews to ensure practices being utilized conform with OAC 340:1-11-1 and DHS Methods of Administration and Statement of Compliance.   • 1


Revised 9-15-16

1.The Office for Civil Rights administrator monitors compliance reviews and collects information from local Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) staff regarding:

(1) desegregation and facility accessibility;

(2) availability of notices to clients, potential clients, and the public concerning DHS compliance policy;

(3) the extent of program participation by minorities, persons with limited English proficiency, and persons with disabilities;

(4) procedures for service delivery;

(5) minority groups and persons with disabilities as DHS employees;

(6) referral practices;

(7) employment practices as they relate to the delivery of services; and

(8) the bilingual-cultural capability of staff to deliver services.

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