Due Date is when your non-compliance must be resolved by as set forth by the Program Requirements, outlined in the Program Assurance Manual. The Expected Completion Date is an aggressive yet reasonable deadline that you set for when you will resolve the Corrective Action Plan. Refer back to this date to ensure you are on track.
Articles in this section
- Action Plan Management Basics
- How do I edit a Corrective Action Plan?
- What type of evidence should I provide?
- How are Due Dates set?
- How is due date different from expected completion date?
- What do the Corrective Action statuses mean?
- How do I submit a Corrective Action Plan?
- What is the difference between Open Plans and Closed Plans?