SAN BERNARDINO (AP) — A regional assistance center for the disabled has been put on probation by California regulators.

The San Bernardino-based Inland Regional Center, which serves more than 22,000 people, contracts with the state to provide job training, education and other services to people with developmental disabilities. It is the largest of 21 nonprofit agencies that contract with the state.

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The California Department of Developmental Services notified the center last week that auditors determined the Inland Regional Center violated parts of its contract with the state and it is now on probation.

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The Riverside Press-Enterprise says the probation order imposes tougher contract rules. The state wants changes in how the center handles state property, sets rates paid to providers and manages its housing program. It must comply by March 31.

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