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28 PROGRAM WAIVERS waivers have been requested in the scope of subjects encom- passed by this study. At the time the study was prepared the In collecting background information for the study, data on following waivers had been requested: program waivers was requested to ensure that methods and techniques were clearly understood and reported. STAs are permitted in the regulation to request waivers if they wish to A 90-day waiver on goal establishment submission, diverge from the regulation requirements. Five STAs have A request to use state retainage requirements in lieu of submitted requests for program waivers. Three STAs reported 49 CFR 26.29 (b), that they were informed that no waivers would be accepted and A request to revise the trucking crediting, and either withdrew or did not file waivers. One STA requested A waiver on prompt payment requirement on retainage waivers in its certification procedures, but was denied. No (denied).