Penalties for Regulatory Non-compliance

Non-compliance costs are costs which result from a failure to comply with regulation. These costs are not considered to be part of the regulatory burden for the purposes of the RBM. This includes penalties and associated activities that are required to be undertaken as a result of non-compliance with a regulation. Regulatory impacts that arise, up to the point that action is taken to respond to the suspicion of a specific instance of non-compliance, are included in the RBM framework. This includes risk based frameworks that may target certain populations without a specific instance of suspicion. “FCPIAA defines a CMP as any penalty, fine, or other sanction that is for a specific monetary amount as provided by Federal law; or has a maximum amount provided for by Federal law; and is assessed or enforced by an agency pursuant to Federal law; and is assessed or enforced pursuant to an administrative proceeding or a civil action in the Federal Courts”. Failure to comply with the law can lead to enforcement action including one or more of the following: on-the-spot fines, prosecution, which carries a maximum fine of $12,110, disciplinary action, ranging from fines to cancellation of the license.

  • Consumer Price Index (CPI)
  • Civil Money Penalties
  • Noncompliance
  • FCPIAA, Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act

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