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  • The state should have a system of incentives and enforcement actions in place
  • If noncompliance is not corrected in a timely manner (within one year of identification), the state must have processes in place to continue to collect updated data to reflect 100% correction and that child-specific noncompliance has been corrected
  • Written notification of correction of noncompliance must be provided to local early intervention programs
  • Data on correction of noncompliance is used in making status determinations for local early intervention programs