Progress and Problems in Allocating Funds Under Titles I and II Comprehensive Employment and Training Act: Report to the Congress [on The] Department of Labor

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U.S. General Accounting Office, 1976 - Manpower policy - 52 pages
 

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Page 1 - Act to provide job training and employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged, unemployed, and underemployed persons, and to assure that training and other services lead to maximum employment opportunities and enhance self-sufficiency by establishing a flexible and decentralized system of Federal, State, and local programs.
Page 42 - Since the estimates are based on a sample, they may differ somewhat from the figures that would have been obtained if a complete census had been taken using the same schedules, instructions and enumerators.
Page 1 - ... including, but not limited to, the State employment service, State vocational education and vocational rehabilitation agencies, area skills centers, local educational agencies, postsecondary training and education institutions, and community action agencies, but nothing contained herein shall be construed to limit the utilization of services and facilities of private agencies, institutions and organizations (such as private businesses, labor organizations, private employment agencies, and private...
Page 40 - ... (5) of subsection (a) unless such prime sponsor has not submitted an approvable comprehensive manpower plan for such area. (2) A unit of general local government shall not qualify as a prime sponsor with respect to...
Page 25 - ... computations, except that if the 25th day of the preceding month falls on a Sunday or legal holiday the latest figures available on the next succeeding work day shall be used. (a) Compute the economic index as follows : (1) Divide by...
Page 29 - Philip: In Hearings before the Subcommittee on Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare of the Committee on Appropriations, US Senate. 86th Cong., ist scss., HR 6769.
Page 28 - Prime sponsors are defined as (1) the State (but only with respect to areas not served by other prime sponsors) ; (2) units of general local government with populations of 100,000 or more; (3) any combination of units of general local government as long as one member of the combination has a population of 100,000 or more; (4) any unit or combination of units of general local government which (a) either serves a substantial part of a labor market or a rural area with high unemployment, and (b) demonstrates...
Page 3 - ... assurances that no job will be filled in other than an entry level position in each job category until applicable personnel procedures and collective bargaining agreements have been complied with...
Page 7 - ... areas of substantial unemployment, in B5 STAT. 148 jobs providing needed public services. ^85 STAT. 149 (c) For the purpose of this section — Definitions. (1) "areas of substantial unemployment" means any area of sufficient size and scope to sustain a public service employment program and which has a rate of unemployment equal to or in excess of 6 per centum for three consecutive months as determined by the Secretary...

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