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Date: August 31, 2004
INVESTIGATIONS DISCONTINUED PRIOR TO COMPLETION
BILLING RATES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004
0 - 5 days
6 - 15 days
16 - 30 days
Over 30 days
NACLC Priority Standard
ANACI Priority Standard
SSBI-PR Priority Standard
SSBI * Priority Standard
*Rates for discontinued Update and Upgrade investigations are based on the same percentage of total case costs as those prices shown in this table.
If a scheduled investigation is discontinued and subsequently reopened by the same agency within four (4) months from the discontinuation date, the rate charged will be computed based on the difference between the amount previously charged and the current case rate for the type of case service requested