CP1537 Extending the Timescales for agreeing Technical Assurance of Performance Assurance Parties (TAPAP) Findings Reports

Formal title: CP1537 Extending Timescales for agreeing Technical Assurance of Performance Assurance Parties (TAPAP) Findings Reports

During the Performance Assurance Framework (PAF) Review completed in 2020, the project team concluded that the timescale allowed for Performance Assurance Parties (PAPs) to respond to a Technical Assurance of Performance Assurance Parties (TAPAP) findings report placed undue resource burden on the audited PAP. The review recommended an extension of that timescale.

This change proposes to increase the time allowed to respond to a TAPAP findings report from two working days to five working days.

It also proposes to clarify the timescale allowed for providing evidence in support of an appeal, providing an additional five working days for this step.

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