There is no time limit on correcting an error in processing a determination. See Relationship Between Initial Determination and Administrative
Finality GN 04001.030B.4.
As a general rule, if an individual was notified of a continuing disability review
(CDR) cessation and has not appealed, process the cessation. However, for procedures
concerning Uneffectuated Medical Cessation (UMC) and Overdue Medical Cessation (OMC)
cases, see Special Instructions for Processing UMC and OMC Cases DI 13015.265 for
FO and DI 28075.200 for DDS.
UMC cases are DDS medical cessation determinations made before January 01, 2006, that due to administrative error, were not effectuated at the time they were rendered.
OMC cases are DDS medical cessation determinations made on or after January 01, 2006, that were not effectuated for more than 2 months after the month of termination or date of the
cessation notice, whichever is later.