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Title 20Chapter VPart 661


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER V—EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (CONTINUED)

PART 661—STATEWIDE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT SYSTEM UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—GENERAL GOVERNANCE PROVISIONS

§661.100
What is the workforce investment system?
§661.110
What is the role of the Department of Labor as the Federal governmental partner in the governance of the workforce investment system?
§661.120
What are the roles of the local and State governmental partner in the governance of the workforce investment system?
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Subpart B—STATE GOVERNANCE PROVISIONS

§661.200
What is the State Workforce Investment Board?
§661.203
What is meant by the terms “optimum policy making authority” and “expertise relating to [a] program, service or activity”?
§661.205
What is the role of the State Board?
§661.207
How does the State Board meet its requirement to conduct business in an open manner under the “sunshine provision” of WIA section 111(g)?
§661.210
Under what circumstances may the Governor select an alternative entity in place of the State Workforce Investment Board?
§661.220
What are the requirements for the submission of the State Workforce Investment Plan?
§661.230
What are the requirements for modification of the State Workforce Investment Plan?
§661.240
How do the unified planning requirements apply to the five-year strategic WIA and Wagner-Peyser plan and to other Department of Labor plans?
§661.250
What are the requirements for designation of local workforce investment areas?
§661.260
What are the requirements for automatic designation of workforce investment areas relating to units of local government with a population of 500,000 or more?
§661.270
What are the requirements for temporary and subsequent designation of workforce investment areas relating to areas that had been designated as service delivery areas under JTPA?
§661.280
What right does an entity have to appeal the Governor's decision rejecting a request for designation as a workforce investment area?
§661.290
Under what circumstances may States require Local Boards to take part in regional planning activities?
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Subpart C—LOCAL GOVERNANCE PROVISIONS

§661.300
What is the Local Workforce Investment Board?
§661.305
What is the role of the Local Workforce Investment Board?
§661.307
How does the Local Board meet its requirement to conduct business in an open manner under the “sunshine provision” of WIA section 117(e)?
§661.310
Under what limited conditions may a Local Board directly be a provider of core services, intensive services, or training services, or act as a One-Stop Operator?
§661.315
Who are the required members of the Local Workforce Investment Boards?
§661.317
Who may be selected to represent a particular One-Stop partner program on the Local Board when there is more than one partner program entity in the local area?
§661.320
Who must chair a Local Board?
§661.325
What criteria will be used to establish the membership of the Local Board?
§661.330
Under what circumstances may the State use an alternative entity as the Local Workforce Investment Board?
§661.335
What is a youth council, and what is its relationship to the Local Board?
§661.340
What are the responsibilities of the youth council?
§661.345
What are the requirements for the submission of the local workforce investment plan?
§661.350
What are the contents of the local workforce investment plan?
§661.355
When must a local plan be modified?
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Subpart D—WAIVERS AND WORK-FLEX WAIVERS

§661.400
What is the purpose of the General Statutory and Regulatory Waiver Authority provided at section 189(i)(4) of the Workforce Investment Act?
§661.410
What provisions of WIA and the Wagner-Peyser Act may be waived, and what provisions may not be waived?
§661.420
Under what conditions may a Governor request, and the Secretary approve, a general waiver of statutory or regulatory requirements under WIA section 189(i)(4)?
§661.430
Under what conditions may the Governor submit a Workforce Flexibility Plan?
§661.440
What limitations apply to the State's Workforce Flexibility Plan authority under WIA?


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