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Receiving credit for a supplemental referral adding parties and/or counts

Supplemental Referral - Adding Parties, counts

            A civil enforcement matter referred to DOJ concerning a case that was previously referred that amends the case by adding violations at

facilities or under different statutes or by adding parties.

 

Information entered into ICIS at this stage should be supported by one of the following source documents:

–          Consent Decree referral;

–          Litigation Referral Package;

–          Referral Letter; or

–          Transmittal Memo that is signed by the Regional Administrator or designee.

 

To receive accomplishment credit for a Supplemental Referral - Adding Parties, counts:

•           a ‘Supplemental Referral - Adding Parties, counts’ sub activity must be entered into ICIS for the enforcement action record that matches the   existing judicial case; and

•           the date the referral is signed by the Regional Administrator or designee should be entered as the ‘actual date’ of the ‘Supplemental Referral - Adding Parties, counts’ sub activity. 

 

Note:  Multiple ‘Supplemental Referral - Adding Parties, counts’ sub activities may be entered under an enforcement action.

 

See Also

            Supplemental Referral Definition  

            ICIS Data Guidance

 

 

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