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Title 20Chapter VPart 668


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

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

PART 668—INDIAN AND NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—PURPOSES AND POLICIES

§668.100
What is the purpose of the programs established to serve Native American peoples (INA programs) under section 166 of the Workforce Investment Act?
§668.120
How must INA programs be administered?
§668.130
What obligation do we have to consult with the INA grantee community in developing rules, regulations, and standards of accountability for INA programs?
§668.140
What WIA regulations apply to the INA program?
§668.150
What definitions apply to terms used in the regulations in this part?
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Subpart B—SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS APPLICABLE TO SECTION 166 PROGRAMS

§668.200
What are the requirements for designation as an “Indian or Native American (INA) grantee”?
§668.210
What priority for designation is given to eligible organizations?
§668.220
What is meant by the “ability to administer funds” for designation purposes?
§668.230
How will we determine an entity's “ability to administer funds”?
§668.240
What is the process for applying for designation as an INA grantee?
§668.250
What happens if two or more entities apply for the same area?
§668.260
How are INA grantees designated?
§668.270
What appeal rights are available to entities that are denied designation?
§668.280
Are there any other ways in which an entity may be designated as an INA grantee?
§668.290
Can an INA grantee's designation be terminated?
§668.292
How does a designated entity become an INA grantee?
§668.294
Do we have to designate an INA grantee for every part of the country?
§668.296
How are WIA funds allocated to INA grantees?
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Subpart C—SERVICES TO CUSTOMERS

§668.300
Who is eligible to receive services under the INA program?
§668.340
What are INA grantee allowable activities?
§668.350
Are there any restrictions on allowable activities?
§668.360
What is the role of INA grantees in the One-Stop system?
§668.370
What policies govern payments to participants, including wages, training allowances or stipends, or direct payments for supportive services?
§668.380
What will we do to strengthen the capacity of INA grantees to deliver effective services?
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Subpart D—SUPPLEMENTAL YOUTH SERVICES

§668.400
What is the purpose of the supplemental youth services program?
§668.410
What entities are eligible to receive supplemental youth services funding?
§668.420
What are the planning requirements for receiving supplemental youth services funding?
§668.430
What individuals are eligible to receive supplemental youth services?
§668.440
How is funding for supplemental youth services determined?
§668.450
How will supplemental youth services be provided?
§668.460
Are there performance measures and standards applicable to the supplemental youth services program?
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Subpart E—SERVICES TO COMMUNITIES

§668.500
What services may INA grantees provide to or for employers under section 166?
§668.510
What services may INA grantees provide to the community at large under section 166?
§668.520
Must INA grantees give preference to Indian/Native American entities in the selection of contractors or service providers?
§668.530
What rules govern the issuance of contracts and/or subgrants?
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Subpart F—ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SERVICES AND EXPENDITURES

§668.600
To whom is the INA grantee accountable for the provision of services and the expenditure of INA funds?
§668.610
How is this accountability documented and fulfilled?
§668.620
What performance measures are in place for the INA program?
§668.630
What are the requirements for preventing fraud and abuse under section 166?
§668.640
What grievance systems must a section 166 program provide?
§668.650
Can INA grantees exclude segments of the eligible population?
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Subpart G—SECTION 166 PLANNING/FUNDING PROCESS

§668.700
What process must an INA grantee use to plan its employment and training services?
§668.710
What planning documents must an INA grantee submit?
§668.720
What information must these planning documents contain?
§668.730
When must these plans be submitted?
§668.740
How will we review and approve such plans?
§668.750
Under what circumstances can we or the INA grantee modify the terms of the grantee's plan(s)?
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Subpart H—ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

§668.800
What systems must an INA grantee have in place to administer an INA program?
§668.810
What types of costs are allowable expenditures under the INA program?
§668.820
What rules apply to administrative costs under the INA program?
§668.825
Does the WIA administrative cost limit for States and local areas apply to section 166 grants?
§668.830
How should INA program grantees classify costs?
§668.840
What cost principles apply to INA funds?
§668.850
What audit requirements apply to INA grants?
§668.860
What cash management procedures apply to INA grant funds?
§668.870
What is “program income” and how is it regulated in the INA program?
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Subpart I—MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM PROVISIONS

§668.900
Does WIA provide regulatory and/or statutory waiver authority?
§668.910
What information is required to document a requested waiver?
§668.920
What provisions of law or regulations may not be waived?
§668.930
May INA grantees combine or consolidate their employment and training funds?
§668.940
What is the role of the Native American Employment and Training Council?


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