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What happens after I submit a request for an exception?

(1) After receiving your request for an exception, the DVR director or designee decides whether to approve the request based on:
(a) The impact of the exception on accountability, efficiency, choice, satisfaction, and quality of services;
(b) The degree to which your request varies from the WAC; and
(c) Whether the rule or condition is a federal regulation that cannot be waived.
(2) The DVR director or designee responds to the request for an exception within ten working days of receiving the request.
(a) If the request is approved, the DVR director or designee provides a written approval that includes:
(i) The specific WAC for which an exception is approved;
(ii) Any conditions of approval; and
(iii) Duration of the exception.
(b) If the request is denied, the DVR director or designee will provide a written explanation of the reasons for the denial.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.29.020, 74.08.090, August 1998 amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 34 C.F.R. Parts 361 and 363, chapters 74.29, 43.19 RCW, RCW 43.43.832, 4.24.550, 71.09.340, 9A.44.130, and chapter 26.44 RCW. WSR 03-02-014, ยง 388-891-0210, filed 12/20/02, effective 2/3/03.]
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