In the event that the secretary opens the limit, suspend or terminate a higher education institution`s participation in a program covered in this sub-chapter under the authority of subsection c) (1) (F) or take an emergency action under the control of subsection c) (1) (G) and its regulatory provisions, the Secretary asks the institution to develop an enrolment program with the Institute`s accreditation body or group in accordance with Section 1099b(c)33). the secretary`s provisions relating to the plans to unmask out and the standards of the agency or the accreditation association of the institution. (B) For the purposes of paragraph b) (22) of this section, a worker who receives several adjustments to compensation in a calendar year, participates in a student registration or admission activity, or makes decisions regarding the award of Title IV, is subject to adjustments that have been made to the HEA program funds on the basis of the success of the guarantee of enrollment or granting of grants if these adjustments result in compensation which, to some extent, is based on compensation, directly or indirectly, in the event of successful registration or grants. (h) an institution`s participation agreement in the program no longer applies or applies to a site of the institution from the date that site is no longer part of the participating institution. (c) to participate in Title IV, HEA programs (other than LEAP and NEISP), The institution must confirm that it recognizes – (15) the authority of the secretary, security agencies, lenders, accreditation agencies, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs and state agencies in Part 1 of Part H to exchange all information on the institution`s ability to participate in the programs under this sub-chapter or information on fraud and abuse. (1) has a substance abuse prevention program available to a staff, staff or student of the institution; and (4) The Secretary publishes a list of government services designated by the Secretary as a reliable authority for the quality of post-secondary public vocational training in their respective states, to determine the eligibility of all federal student assistance programs.