Dear CACFP Sponsors, Staff, Participants and Advocates
State agencies should not be able to terminate Sponsors for convenience without the Sponsor’s consent. Now that USDA has re-opened the comment period, we have another 30 days to focus and redouble our efforts to ensure a good implementation.
Click here to ensure that USDA protects access to the program by limiting State agency terminations for convenience!
We reject the notion that a government agency should have the option of terminating access to an entitlement program for “convenience” without the consent of the terminated party. Accordingly, we are requesting the following changes to the proposed regulations:
It is essential that we do not miss this chance to urge USDA to clarify the use of termination for convenience by State agencies.
Click here to make this important comment to USDA!
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Thank you for this additional opportunity to provide comments on the proposed Child Nutrition Program Integrity rule. Please accept this addendum to my original comments on the very important topic of terminations for convenience by the State Agency.
I urge you to change the proposed regulation to prohibit State agencies from terminating for convenience without the consent of the sponsoring organization or institution.
Thank you for your consideration of these comments.
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