Part 1, Chapter 1: Manual Exhibit 1-1-H
Example - Indian Health Service Circular Errata Notice
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Indian Health Service
Rockville, Maryland 20852
Refer to: OD
INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE CIRCULAR NO. 2005-XX
ERRATA NOTICE FOR INDIAN HEALTH CIRCULAR NO. 2005-XX
The errata notice format is used to advise manual users that the information contained in the circular number cited on the subject line is being corrected or updated with revised or additional information or is being rescinded. A circular is rescinded when the policy, procedures, guidelines, etc., that are contained in the circular are no longer required for reference by Indian Health Service (IHS) employees, and the information IS NOT transcribed into a new or existing Indian Health Manual
(IHM) chapter or higher-echelon-issued directive. Please see IHM, Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 14, “Procedures for Rescinding Indian Health Service Manual System Directives.”
When the circular information is transcribed into a new or existing IHM chapter or IHS supplement to a higher-echelon-issued directive, the transmittal notice for that directive is to include the cancellation and disposition information for the affected circular(s). In such instances, an errata notice is not necessary.
/Charles W. Grim, DDS/
Charles W. Grim, D.D.S., M.H.S.A.
Assistant Surgeon General
Director, Indian Health Service
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