Review of the Employment and Training Administration's Technical Assistance and Training System
Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 1979 - Full employment policies - 139 pages
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Page 57 - This has to be the ultimate case of the "right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing"!
Page 105 - ... it in overcoming problems in the management, operation, or supervision of any program or project under this Act; and (2) identified, pursuant to a complaint investigation, internal audit, or audit or investigation as not being in compliance with any important requirement of this Act, of regulations issued thereunder, or of the comprehensive employment and training plan. Services under this section may be provided on a reimbursable or nonreimbursable basis, as determined by the Secretary, and...
Page 1 - L-74-131 from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy Evaluation and Research in the US Department of Labor.
Page 105 - Stat. 1949.) § 837. Office of Management Assistance; establishment; assignment of accountants, management specialists, and other professionals; reimbursement The Secretary shall establish, in the office of the Secretary, an Office of Management Assistance and shall assign to such office such especially qualified accountants, management specialists, and other professionals as may be necessary and available to provide management assistance to any prime sponsor— (1) seeking the service of such office...
Page 6 - They believe staff is unable to provide it or are afraid the request will be looked upon as a deficiency in performance. The adversary relationship is thought to have been worsened by the new CETA legislation with its emphasis on prevention of fraud, mismanagement and abuse.
Page 44 - Adequate and timely provision of quality technical assistance is a primary element in the orderly, effective and efficient operation of a prime sponsor program.
Page 68 - VIII, and is divided into two major components: the Office of Job Corps and Young Adult Conservation Corps and the Office of Community Youth Employment Programs (OYEP). Job Corps At the time of the Review, Job Corps' technical assistance and training needs assessment procedures were being revised.
Page 92 - Office of Information The mission of the Office of Information is to keep the public informed of...