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Title 20Chapter VPart 645


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER V—EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

PART 645—PROVISIONS GOVERNING WELFARE-TO-WORK GRANTS

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Subpart A—SCOPE AND PURPOSE

§645.100
What does this part cover?
§645.110
What are the purposes of the Welfare-to-Work Program?
§645.120
What definitions apply to this part?
§645.125
What are the roles of the local and State governmental partners in the governance of the WtW program?
§645.130
What are the effective dates for the Welfare-to-Work 1999 Amendments?
§645.135
What is the effective date for spending Federal Welfare-to-Work formula funds on newly eligible participants and newly authorized services?
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Subpart B—GENERAL PROGRAM AND ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

§645.200
What does this subpart cover?
§645.210
What is meant by the terms “entity” and “project” in the statutory phrase “an entity that operates a project” with Welfare-to-Work funds?
§645.211
How must Welfare-to-Work funds be spent by the operating entity?
§645.212
Who may be served under the general eligibility and noncustodial parent eligibility (primary eligibility) provision?
§645.213
Who may be served as an individual in the “other eligibles” (30 percent) provision?
§645.214
How will Welfare-to-Work participant eligibility be determined?
§645.215
What must a WtW operating entity that serves noncustodial parent participants do?
§645.220
What activities are allowable under this part?
§645.221
For what activities and services must local boards use contracts or vouchers?
§645.225
How do Welfare-to-Work activities relate to activities provided through TANF and other related programs?
§645.230
What general fiscal and administrative rules apply to the use of Federal funds?
§645.233
What are the time limitations on the expenditure of Welfare-to-Work grant funds?
§645.235
What types of activities are subject to the administrative cost limit on Welfare-to-Work grants?
§645.240
What are the reporting requirements for Welfare-to-Work programs?
§645.245
Who is responsible for oversight and monitoring of Welfare-to-Work grants?
§645.250
What procedures apply to the resolution of findings arising from audits, investigations, monitoring and oversight reviews?
§645.255
What nondiscrimination protections apply to participants in Welfare-to-Work programs?
§645.260
What health and safety provisions apply to participants in Welfare-to-Work programs?
§645.265
What safeguards are there to ensure that participants in Welfare-to-Work employment activities do not displace other employees?
§645.270
What procedures are there to ensure that currently employed workers may file grievances regarding displacement and that Welfare-to-Work participants in employment activities may file grievances regarding displacement, health and safety standards and gender discrimination?
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Subpart C—ADDITIONAL FORMULA GRANT ADMINISTRATIVE STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES

§645.300
What constitutes an allowable match?
§645.310
What assurance must a State provide that it will make the required matching expenditures?
§645.315
What actions are to be taken if a State fails to make the required matching expenditures?
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Subpart D—STATE FORMULA GRANTS ADMINISTRATION

§645.400
Under what conditions may the Governor request a waiver to designate an alternate local administering agency?
§645.410
What elements will the State use in distributing funds within the State?
§645.415
What planning information must a State submit in order to receive a formula grant?
§645.420
What factors will be used in measuring State performance?
§645.425
What are the roles and responsibilities of the State(s) and local boards or alternate administering agencies?
§645.430
How does the Welfare-to-Work program relate to the One-Stop system and Workforce Investment Act (WIA) programs?
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Subpart E—WELFARE-TO-WORK COMPETITIVE GRANTS

§645.500
Who are eligible applicants for competitive grants?
§645.510
What is the required consultation with the Governor?
§645.515
What are the program and administrative requirements that apply to both the formula grants and competitive grants?
§645.520
What are the application procedures and timeframes for competitive grant funds?
§645.525
What special consideration will be given to rural areas and cities with large concentrations of poverty?
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Subpart F—ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL PROCESS

§645.800
What administrative remedies are available under this Part?


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