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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XXVPart 2540 → Subpart C


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 2540—GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS


Subpart C—Other Requirements for Recipients of Corporation Assistance


Contents
§2540.300   What must be included in annual State reports to the Corporation?
§2540.310   Must programs that receive Corporation assistance establish standards of conduct?
§2540.320   How are participant benefits treated?
§2540.330   Parental involvement required

§2540.300   What must be included in annual State reports to the Corporation?

(a) In general. Each State receiving assistance under this title must prepare and submit, to the Corporation, an annual report concerning the use of assistance provided under this chapter and the status of the national and community service programs in the State that receive assistance under this chapter. A State's annual report must include information that demonstrates the State's compliance with the requirements of this chapter.

(b) Local grantees. Each State may require local grantees that receive assistance under this chapter to supply such information to the State as is necessary to enable the State to complete the report required under paragraph (a) of this section, including a comparison of actual accomplishments with the goals established for the program, the number of participants in the program, the number of service hours generated, and the existence of any problems, delays or adverse conditions that have affected or will affect the attainment of program goals.

(c) Availability of report. Reports submitted under paragraph (a) of this section must be made available to the public on request.

§2540.310   Must programs that receive Corporation assistance establish standards of conduct?

Yes. Programs that receive assistance under this title must establish and stringently enforce standards of conduct at the program site to promote proper moral and disciplinary conditions.

§2540.320   How are participant benefits treated?

Section 142(b) of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1552(b)) shall apply to the programs conducted under this chapter as if such programs were conducted under the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1501 et seq.).

§2540.330   Parental involvement required

(a) Consultation Requirement. Programs that receive assistance under the national service laws shall consult with the parents or legal guardians of children in developing and operating programs that include and serve children.

(b) Parental Permission. Programs that receive assistance under the national service laws must, before transporting minor children, provide the children's parents or legal guardians with the reason for the transportation and obtain the parent's or legal guardian's permission for such transportation, consistent with State law.

[74 FR 46507, Sept. 10, 2009]



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