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Title 20 Employees' Benefits Part / Section
Chapter V Employment and Training Administration, Department of Labor 600 – 699
Part 678 Description of the One-Stop Delivery System Under Title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act 678.300 – 678.900
Subpart A General Description of the One-Stop Delivery System 678.300 – 678.320
§ 678.300 What is the one-stop delivery system?
§ 678.305 What is a comprehensive one-stop center and what must be provided there?
§ 678.310 What is an affiliated site and what must be provided there?
§ 678.315 Can a stand-alone Wagner-Peyser Act Employment Service office be designated as an affiliated one-stop site?
§ 678.320 Are there any requirements for networks of eligible one-stop partners or specialized centers?
Subpart B One-Stop Partners and the Responsibilities of Partners 678.400 – 678.440
Subpart C Memorandum of Understanding for the One-Stop Delivery System 678.500 – 678.510
§ 678.500 What is the Memorandum of Understanding for the one-stop delivery system and what must be included in the Memorandum of Understanding?
§ 678.505 Is there a single Memorandum of Understanding for the local area, or must there be different Memoranda of Understanding between the Local Workforce Development Board and each partner?
§ 678.510 How must the Memorandum of Understanding be negotiated?
Subpart D One-Stop Operators 678.600 – 678.635
§ 678.600 Who may operate one-stop centers?
§ 678.605 How is the one-stop operator selected?
§ 678.610 When is the sole-source selection of one-stop operators appropriate, and how is it conducted?
§ 678.615 May an entity currently serving as one-stop operator compete to be a one-stop operator under the procurement requirements of this subpart?
§ 678.620 What is the one-stop operator's role?
§ 678.625 Can a one-stop operator also be a service provider?
§ 678.630 Can State merit staff still work in a one-stop center where the operator is not a governmental entity?
§ 678.635 What is the compliance date of the provisions of this subpart?
Subpart E One-Stop Operating Costs 678.700 – 678.760
Subpart F One-Stop Certification 678.800
§ 678.800 How are one-stop centers and one-stop delivery systems certified for effectiveness, physical and programmatic accessibility, and continuous improvement?
Subpart G Common Identifier 678.900
§ 678.900 What is the common identifier to be used by each one-stop delivery system?