Information to. BPAS Employer will furnish the information determined by BPAS to be necessary to satisfy its responsibilities under this Agreement in a format mutually agreed upon by the parties. Such information will be provided to BPAS in the time and in the method agreed to by Employer and BPAS. BPAS shall assume that all such information provided to BPAS by Employer, Covered Individuals, insurance companies, or a designee of Employer (e.g. another third party administrator) is complete and accurate and is under no duty to question the completeness or accuracy of such information. Employer understands that BPAS cannot accurately perform its duties under this Agreement without accurate and timely information and that BPAS shall have no liability to Employer or any Covered Individual as a consequence of inaccurate and/or untimely information provided to BPAS by Employer, a Covered Individual or a third party who has provided information to BPAS at Employer’s request (e.g. a prior or existing service provider). Employer understands that an additional fee may be required if BPAS is required to take corrective action as a result of such inaccurate or untimely information. Employer shall make its books, records, facilities, systems and personnel relating to its obligations and performance under this Agreement available for review and audit when required by applicable laws or by State, Federal or other regulatory authorities with jurisdiction over BPAS.