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Title 20Chapter VPart 667


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

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

PART 667—ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—FUNDING

§667.100
When do Workforce Investment Act grant funds become available?
§667.105
What award document authorizes the expenditure of Workforce Investment Act funds under title I of the Act?
§667.107
What is the period of availability for expenditure of WIA funds?
§667.110
What is the Governor/Secretary Agreement?
§667.120
What planning information must a State submit in order to receive a formula grant?
§667.130
How are WIA title I formula funds allocated to local workforce investment areas?
§667.135
What “hold harmless” provisions apply to WIA adult and youth allocations?
§667.140
Does a Local Board have the authority to transfer funds between programs?
§667.150
What reallotment procedures does the Secretary use?
§667.160
What reallocation procedures must the Governors use?
§667.170
What responsibility review does the Department conduct for awards made under WIA title I, subtitle D?
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Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, COSTS AND LIMITATIONS

§667.200
What general fiscal and administrative rules apply to the use of WIA title I funds?
§667.210
What administrative cost limits apply to Workforce Investment Act title I grants?
§667.220
What Workforce Investment Act title I functions and activities constitute the costs of administration subject to the administrative cost limit?
§667.250
What requirements relate to the enforcement of the Military Selective Service Act?
§667.255
Are there special rules that apply to veterans when income is a factor in eligibility determinations?
§667.260
May WIA title I funds be spent for construction?
§667.262
Are employment generating activities, or similar activities, allowable under WIA title I?
§667.264
What other activities are prohibited under title I of WIA?
§667.266
What are the limitations related to religious activities?
§667.268
What prohibitions apply to the use of WIA title I funds to encourage business relocation?
§667.269
What procedures and sanctions apply to violations of §§667.260 through 667.268?
§667.270
What safeguards are there to ensure that participants in Workforce Investment Act employment and training activities do not displace other employees?
§667.272
What wage and labor standards apply to participants in activities under title I of WIA?
§667.274
What health and safety standards apply to the working conditions of participants in activities under title I of WIA?
§667.275
What are a recipient's obligations to ensure nondiscrimination and equal opportunity, and what are a recipient's obligations with respect to religious activities?
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Subpart C—REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

§667.300
What are the reporting requirements for Workforce Investment Act programs?
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Subpart D—OVERSIGHT AND MONITORING

§667.400
Who is responsible for oversight and monitoring of WIA title I grants?
§667.410
What are the oversight roles and responsibilities of recipients and subrecipients?
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Subpart E—RESOLUTION OF FINDINGS FROM MONITORING AND OVERSIGHT REVIEWS

§667.500
What procedures apply to the resolution of findings arising from audits, investigations, monitoring and oversight reviews?
§667.505
How do we resolve investigative and monitoring findings?
§667.510
What is the Grant Officer resolution process?
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Subpart F—GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES, COMPLAINTS, AND STATE APPEALS PROCESSES

§667.600
What local area, State and direct recipient grievance procedures must be established?
§667.610
What processes do we use to review State and local grievances and complaints?
§667.630
How are complaints and reports of criminal fraud and abuse addressed under WIA?
§667.640
What additional appeal processes or systems must a State have for the WIA program?
§667.645
What procedures apply to the appeals of non-designation of local areas?
§667.650
What procedures apply to the appeals of the Governor's imposition of sanctions for substantial violations or performance failures by a local area?
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Subpart G—SANCTIONS, CORRECTIVE ACTIONS, AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY

§667.700
What procedure do we use to impose sanctions and corrective actions on recipients and subrecipients of WIA grant funds?
§667.705
Who is responsible for funds provided under title I of WIA?
§667.710
What actions are required to address the failure of a local area to comply with the applicable uniform administrative provisions?
§667.720
How do we handle a recipient's request for waiver of liability under WIA section 184(d)(2)?
§667.730
What is the procedure to handle a recipient's request for advance approval of contemplated corrective actions?
§667.740
What procedure must be used for administering the offset/deduction provisions at section 184(c) of the Act?
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Subpart H—ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATION AND JUDICIAL REVIEW

§667.800
What actions of the Department may be appealed to the Office of Administrative Law Judges?
§667.810
What rules of procedure apply to hearings conducted under this subpart?
§667.820
What authority does the Administrative Law Judge have in ordering relief as an outcome of an administrative hearing?
§667.825
What special rules apply to reviews of NFJP and WIA INA grant selections?
§667.830
When will the Administrative Law Judge issue a decision?
§667.840
Is there an alternative dispute resolution process that may be used in place of an OALJ hearing?
§667.850
Is there judicial review of a final order of the Secretary issued under section 186 of the Act?
§667.860
Are there other remedies available outside of the Act?


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