(9) The agreement must require the conclusion of a conclusion procedure after the end or expiry of the contract, which requires the ACO participant to provide all the data necessary to complete the annual assessment of the quality of ACO care and to address other relevant issues. (8) The agreement must have a minimum term of one year of service and present the possible consequences of an early termination of the ACO. (7) The agreement must allow the ACO to take corrective action, including the following measures against the ACO supplier/supplier, to address non-compliance with shared insurance program requirements and other program integrity issues, including those identified by CMS: 1. a) ACO participation agreements. For the 2017 performance year and subsequent years, the ACO must have an ACO participation agreement with each ACO participant, which meets the following criteria: (7) The agreement must allow the ACO to take corrective action against the ACO participant and require the ACO participant to take corrective action against its ACO suppliers/suppliers, including the imposition of a corrective action plan, denial of payment of incentives and termination of the ACO participation agreement to address non-compliance with shared insurance program requirements and other program integrity issues, including those identified by the CMS. (6) The agreement must require the ACO participant to update its registration information, including the addition and removal of ACO professionals and ACO suppliers/providers who charge through the ACO participant`s TIN, in accordance with The Medicare requirements, and to notify the ACO of these changes within 30 days of the amendment. (2) The agreement must be signed on behalf of the ACO and the ACO participant by persons authorized to engage the ACO or ACO participants. 4. The agreement must govern the rights and obligations of the ACO participant and the representation of the ACO, including, but not limited to the quality reporting requirements set out in Part F of this section, the notification requirements of recipients set out in section 425.312 and the impact of participation in the shared management program on the ability of the participant and his ACO providers to participate in other Medicare projects or demonstration programs that involve savings.