(2) Contact with an institution or provider who seeks or receives a certificate under section 17.4110 of this Part or who seeks, enters into and/or provides services or care under a Veterans Care Agreement may constitute a „search for employment“ (see Subsection F of 5 CFR, part 2635). Government officials and employees (employees) are prohibited by 18 U.S.C. 208 and 5 CFR Part 2635 from participating personally and substantially in a particular matter that would adversely affect the financial interests of a person with whom the employee seeks employment. An employee who negotiates or otherwise seeks employment with a supplier or who has entered into a future employment agreement with a supplier must meet the applicable disqualification requirements of 5 CFR 2635.604 and 2635.606. The legal ban in 18 U.S.C. 208 may also require that an employee be excluded from participation in matters relating to the certification of an institution or supplier or the conclusion and administration of a veterans care agreement with a company or provider, even if the employee`s duties cannot be considered „personal and substantial participation“; (1) Such care or services shall be provided to an insured person who is licensed in accordance with section 38 U.S.C. Chapter 17 is entitled to such care or services and requires such care or services; and (E) aware of a principal`s failure to notify the Government in a timely manner up to 3 years after final payment of a government contract awarded to the Contractor (or any Veterans Care Agreement with the Company or Supplier) in connection with the award or agreement, performance or conclusion of the Contract or Agreement or Subcontract under this Agreement, credible evidence of – (a) criteria for use. VA may provide hospital care, medical services, or extended care services through a veteran care contract only if: (v) VA cannot make a fraudulent claim for payment for hospital, medical, or extended care services, as that term is used in 38 U.S..C. 1703D(i)(4). (2) Such care or services are not feasible for the data subject through a VA institution, contract or sharing agreement. For the purposes of this subparagraph, hospital care, medical services or long-term care services are not achievable through a VA facility, contract or sharing agreement if the VA determines that the health status of the person concerned, the associated travel, the type of care or services or a combination of these factors use a VA facility.
Impractical or discouraged sharing contract or agreement. (A) Commission of fraud or infringement related to – (1) The tax liability is definitively established. Liability is conclusively established when it has been assessed and all available administrative remedies and rights of judicial review have been exhausted or have expired. (F) commit any other crime that indicates a lack of commercial integrity or commercial honesty that seriously and directly affects the current liability of a company or supplier. (b) Standards of Conduct and Inappropriate Business Practices – (iii) Must notify VA within 30 calendar days of the existence of an indictment, indictment, conviction, civil judgment or federal tax delay of more than $3,500. (2) The taxable person is in default of payment. A taxpayer is in arrears if he has not paid the tax payable at the time the full payment was due and required. A taxpayer is not in default in cases where a mandatory recovery action is excluded.
(2) Standards and requirements for companies or providers entering into veterans` care agreements. A company or provider entering into a Veterans Care Agreement must meet the following standards and requirements throughout the term of the Veterans Care Agreement: (3) Significant Overpayment(s) in the Veterans Care Contract or Agreement, with the exception of overpayments resulting from contractual funding payments. Contract financing payments are a government-approved disbursement of funds to a contractor prior to the government`s acceptance of supplies or services; or (D) the use of non-public information to promote the private interest of one employee or another and participation in a financial transaction using non-public information is prohibited under 5 CFR 2635.703. . . .