.13 Books and Records.

A. Borrowers, recipients of credit enhancements, contractors, and subcontractors shall maintain books, accounts, and records, and shall file with the Administration financial and other reports, that the Administration may from time to time require.

B. The books, accounts, and records referenced in §A of this regulation, as well as the administrative personnel, whether full-time or part-time, shall be available for inspection by representatives of the Administration or other agencies of the State during reasonable working hours.

C. Books, accounts, and records of contractors and subcontractors shall be maintained and made available for inspection for 3 years past the date of termination of the contractual relationship between the contractor and the borrower.