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Title 20Chapter VPart 662Subpart D → §662.400


Title 20: Employees' Benefits
PART 662—DESCRIPTION OF THE ONE-STOP SYSTEM UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT
Subpart D—One-Stop Operators


§662.400   Who is the One-Stop operator?

(a) The One-Stop operator is the entity that performs the role described in paragraph (c) of this section. The types of entities that may be selected to be the One-Stop operator include:

(1) A postsecondary educational institution;

(2) An Employment Service agency established under the Wagner-Peyser Act on behalf of the local office of the agency;

(3) A private, nonprofit organization (including a community-based organization);

(4) A private for-profit entity;

(5) A government agency; and

(6) Another interested organization or entity.

(b) One-Stop operators may be a single entity or a consortium of entities and may operate one or more One-Stop centers. In addition, there may be more than one One-Stop operator in a local area.

(c) The agreement between the Local Board and the One-Stop operator shall specify the operator's role. That role may range between simply coordinating service providers within the center, to being the primary provider of services within the center, to coordinating activities throughout the One-Stop system. (WIA sec. 121(d).)


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