20 CFR 626.4 - Table of contents for the Job Training Partnership Act regulations.

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§ 626.4 Table of contents for the Job Training Partnership Act regulations.
The table of contents for the regulations under the Job Training Partnership Act, 20 CFR parts 626-638 and 1005, 1 is as follows:

Footnote(s):
1Part 1005 was removed at 59 FR 26601, May 23, 1994.

PART 626—INTRODUCTION TO THE REGULATIONS UNDER THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Sec.
626.1Scope and purpose of the Job Training Partnership Act.
626.2Format of the Job Training Partnership Act regulations.
626.3Purpose, scope and applicability of the Job Training Partnership Act regulations.
626.4Table of contents for the Job Training Partnership Act regulations.
626.5Definitions.
PART 627—GENERAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING PROGRAMS UNDER THE ACT
Subpart A—Scope and Purpose
627.100Scope and Purpose of Part 627.
Subpart B—Program Requirements
627.200Governor/Secretary agreement.
627.205Public service employment prohibition.
627.210Nondiscrimination and nonsectarian activities.
627.215Relocation.
627.220Coordination with programs under title IV of the Higher Education Act including the Pell grant program.
627.225Employment generating activities.
627.230Displacement.
627.235General program requirements.
627.240On-the-job training.
627.245Work experience.
627.250Interstate agreements.
Subpart C—Payments, Supportive Services and Benefits and Working Conditions
627.300Scope and purpose.
627.305Payments.
627.310Supportive Services.
627.315Benefits and working conditions.
Subpart D—Administrative Standards
627.400Scope and purpose.
627.405Grant agreement and funding.
627.410Reallotment and reallocation.
627.415Insurance.
627.420Procurement.
627.422Selection of service providers.
627.423Funding restrictions for “high-risk” recipients and subrecipients.
627.424Prohibition of subawards to debarred and suspended parties.
627.425Standards for financial management and participant data systems.
627.430Grant payments.
627.435Cost principles and allowable costs.
627.440Classification of costs.
627.445Limitations on certain costs.
627.450Program income.
627.455Reports required.
627.460Requirements for records.
627.463Public access to records.
627.465Property management standards.
627.470Performance standards.
627.471Reorganization plan appeals.
627.475Oversight and monitoring.
627.477Governor's determination of substantial violation.
627.480Audits.
627.481Audit resolution.
627.485Closeout.
627.490Later disallowances and adjustments after closeout.
627.495Collection of amounts due.
Subpart E—Grievances Procedures at the State and Local Level
627.500Scope and purpose.
627.501State grievance and hearing procedures for noncriminal complaints at the recipient level.
627.502Grievance and hearing procedures for noncriminal complaints at the SDA and SSG levels.
627.503Recipient-level review.
627.504Noncriminal grievance procedure at employer level.
Subpart F—Federal Handling of Noncriminal Complaints and other Allegations
627.600Scope and purpose.
627.601Complaints and allegations at the Federal level.
627.602Resolution of investigative findings.
627.603Special handling of labor standards violations under section 143 of the Act.
627.604Alternative procedure for handling labor standards violations under section 143—Binding arbitration.
627.605Special Federal review of SDA and SSG-level complaints without decision.
627.606Grant officer resolution.
627.607Grant Officer resolution of Governor's failure to promptly take action.
Subpart G—Sanctions for Violations of the Act
627.700Scope and purpose.
627.702Sanctions and corrective actions.
627.703Failure to comply with procurement provisions.
627.704Process for waiver of State liability.
627.706Process for advance approval of a recipient's contemplated corrective actions.
627.708Offset process.
Subpart H—Hearings by the Office of Administrative Law Judges
627.800Scope and purpose.
627.801Procedures for filing request for hearing.
627.802Rules of procedure.
627.803Relief.
627.804Timing of decisions.
627.805Alternative dispute resolution.
627.806Other authority.
Subpart I—Transition Provisions
627.900Scope and purpose.
627.901Transition period.
627.902Governor's actions.
627.903Actions which are at the discretion of the Governor.
627.904Transition and implementation.
627.905Guidance on contracts and other agreements.
627.906Determinations on State and SDA implementation.
PART 628—PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE II OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Subpart A—Scope and Purpose
628.100Scope and purpose of part 628.
Subpart B—State Planning
628.200Scope and purpose.
628.205Governor's coordination and special services plan.
628.210State Job Training Coordinating Council.
628.215State Human Resource Investment Council.
Subpart C—State Programs
628.300Scope and purpose.
628.305State distribution of funds.
628.310Administration.
628.315Education coordination and grants.
628.320Services for older individuals.
628.325Incentive grants, capacity building and technical assistance.
Subpart D—Local Service Delivery System
628.400Scope and purpose.
628.405Service delivery areas.
628.410Private Industry Council.
628.415Selection of SDA grant recipient and administrative entity.
628.420Job training plan.
628.425Review and approval.
628.426Disapproval or revocation of the plan.
628.430State SDA submission.
Subpart E—Program Design Requirements for Programs Under Title II of the Job Training Partnership Act
628.500Scope and purpose.
628.505Eligibility.
628.510Intake, referrals, and targeting.
628.515Objective assessment.
628.520Individual service strategy.
628.525Limitations.
628.530Referrals of participants to non-title II programs.
628.535Limitations on job search assistance.
628.540Volunteer program.
628.545Linkages and coordination.
628.550Transfer of funds.
Subpart F—The Adult Program
628.600Scope and purpose.
628.605Eligibility.
628.610Authorized services.
Subpart G—The Summer Youth Employment and Training Program
628.700Scope and purpose.
628.701Program goals and objectives.
628.702Enriched Educational Component.
638.703Private Sector Summer Jobs.
628.704Eligibility.
628.705SYETP authorized services.
628.710Period of program operation.
Subpart H—Youth Training Program
628.800Scope and purpose.
628.803Eligibility.
628.804Authorized services.
PARTS 629-630 [Reserved]
PART 631—PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE III OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Subpart A—General Provisions
631.1Scope and purpose.
631.2Definitions.
631.3Participant eligibility.
631.4Approved training rule.
Subpart B—Additional Title III Administrative Standards and Procedures
631.11Allotment and obligation of funds by the Secretary.
631.12Reallotment of funds by the Secretary.
631.13Classification of costs at State and substate levels.
631.14Limitations on certain costs.
631.15Federal reporting requirements.
631.16Complaints, investigations, and penalties.
631.17Federal monitoring and oversight.
631.18Federal by-pass authority.
631.19Appeals.
Subpart C—Needs-Related Payments
631.20Needs-related payments.
Subpart D—State Administration
631.30Designation or creation and functions of a State dislocated worker unit or office and rapid response assistance.
631.31Monitoring and oversight.
631.32Allocation of funds by the Governor.
631.33State procedures for identifying funds subject to mandatory Federal reallotment.
631.34Designation of substate areas.
631.35Designation of substate grantees.
631.36Biennial State plan.
631.37Coordination activities.
631.38State by-pass authority.
Subpart E—State Programs
631.40State program operational plan.
631.41Allowable State activities.
Subpart F—Substate Programs
631.50Substate plan.
631.51Allowable substate program activities.
631.52Selection of service providers.
631.53Certificate of continuing eligibility.
Subpart G—Federal Delivery of Dislocated Worker Services Through National Reserve Account Funds
631.60General.
631.61Application for funding and selection criteria.
631.62Cost limitations.
631.63Reporting.
631.64General Administrative Requirements.
631.65Special Provisions for CAETA and DDP.
Subpart H [Reserved]
Subpart I—Disaster Relief Employment Assistance
631.80Scope and Purpose.
631.81Availability of funds.
631.82Substate allocation.
631.83Coordination.
631.84Allowable projects.
631.85Participant eligibility.
631.86Limitations on disaster relief employment.
631.87Definitions.
PART 632—INDIAN AND NATIVE AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMS
Subpart A—Introduction
632.1 [Reserved]
632.2Scope and purpose.
632.3Format for these regulations.
632.4Definitions.
Subpart B—Designation Procedures for the Native American Grantees
632.10Eligibility requirements for designation as a Native American grantee.
632.11Designation of Native American grantees.
632.12Alternative arrangements for the provision of services, nondesignation.
632.13Review of denial of designation as a Native American grantee, or rejection of a comprehensive annual plan.
Subpart C—Program Planning, Application and Modification Procedures
632.17Planning process.
632.18Regional and national planning meetings.
632.19Grant application content.
632.20Submission of grant applications.
632.21Application disapproval.
632.22Modification of a Comprehensive Annual Plan (CAP) and/or Master Plan.
632.23Termination and corrective action of a CAP and/or Master Plan.
Subpart D—Administrative Standards and Procedures
632.31General.
632.32Financial management systems.
632.33Audits.
632.34Program income.
632.35Native American grantee contracts and subgrants.
632.36Procurement standards.
632.37Allowable costs.
632.38Classification of costs.
632.39Administrative cost plan.
632.40Administrative staff and personnel standards.
632.41Reporting requirements.
632.42Grant closeout procedures.
632.43Reallocation of funds.
632.44Sanctions for violation of the Act.
Subpart E—Program Design and Management
632.70Waiver of regulations under parts 632 and 636.
632.75General responsibilities of Native American grantees.
632.76Program management systems.
632.77Participant eligibility determination.
632.78Training activities.
632.79Employment activities.
632.80Other activities.
632.81Payments to participants.
632.82Benefits and working conditions for participants.
632.83FICA.
632.84Non-Federal status of participants.
632.85Participant limitations.
632.86Nondiscrimination and nonsectarian activities.
632.87Equitable provision of services to the eligible population and significant segments.
632.88General responsibilities of the Department.
632.89Performance standards.
Subpart F—Prevention of Fraud and Program Abuse
632.115General.
632.116Conflict of interest.
632.117Kickbacks.
632.118Nepotism.
632.119Political patronage.
632.120Political activities.
632.121Lobbying activities.
632.122Unionization and antiunionization activities; work stoppages.
632.123Maintenance of effort.
632.124Theft or embezzlement from employment and training funds; improper inducement; obstruction of investigations and other criminal provisions.
632.125Responsibilities of Native American grantees, subgrantees and contractors for preventing fraud and program abuse and for general program management.
Subpart G [Reserved]
Subpart H—Job Training Partnership Act Programs Under Title IV, Section 401
632.170Eligibility for funds.
632.171Allocation of funds.
632.172Eligibility for participation in Title IV, Section 401.
632.173Allowable program activities.
632.174Administrative costs.
Subpart I—Summer Youth Employment and Training Programs
632.250General.
632.251Eligibility for funds.
632.252Allocation of funds.
632.253Special operating provision.
632.254Program startup.
632.255Program planning.
632.256Submission of applications.
632.257Eligibility for participation.
632.258Allowable activities.
632.259Vocational exploration program.
632.260Worksite standards.
632.261Reporting requirements.
632.262Termination date for the summer program.
632.263Administrative costs.
PART 633—MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARMWORKER PROGRAMS
Subpart A—Introductory Provisions
633.102Scope and purpose of Title IV, Section 402 programs.
633.103Format for these regulations.
633.104Definitions.
633.105Allocation of funds.
633.106Eligibility for allocable funds.
633.107Eligibility for participation in Section 402 programs.
Subpart B—Grant Planning and Application Procedures
633.201Grant planning and application procedures in general.
633.202Announcement of State planning estimates and invitation to submit a grant application.
633.203Review of funding request.
633.204Responsibility review.
633.205Notification of selection.
Subpart C—Program Design and Administrative Procedures
633.301General responsibilities.
633.302Training activities and services.
633.303Allowable costs.
633.304Section 402 cost allocation.
633.305General benefits and working conditions for program participants.
633.306Retirement benefits.
633.307Packages of benefits.
633.308Non-Federal status of participants.
633.309Recordkeeping requirements.
633.310Bonding.
633.311Management information systems.
633.312Grantee contracts and subgrants.
633.313Administrative staff and personnel standards.
633.314Reports required.
633.315Replacement, corrective action, termination.
633.316Closeout procedures.
633.317Reallocation of funds.
633.318Nondiscrimination and nonsectarian activities.
633.319Lobbying, political activities and unionization.
633.320Nepotism.
633.321Performance standards for Section 402 programs.
633.322Sanctions for violation of the Act.
PART 634—LABOR MARKET INFORMATION PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE IV, PART E OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Comprehensive Labor Market Information System
634.1General.
634.2Availability of funds.
634.3Eligible recipients.
634.4Statistical standards.
634.5Federal oversight.
PART 635 [RESERVED]
PART 636—COMPLAINTS, INVESTIGATIONS, AND HEARINGS
636.1Scope and purpose.
636.2Protection of informants.
636.3Complaint and hearing procedures at the grantee level.
636.4Grievance procedures at the employer level.
636.5Exhaustion of grantee level procedure.
636.6Complaints and investigations at the Federal level.
636.7Subpoenas.
636.8Initial and final determination; request for hearing at the Federal level.
636.9Opportunity for informal review.
636.10Hearings before the Office of Administrative Law Judges.
636.11Final action.
PART 637—PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE V OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Subpart A—General Provisions
Sec.
637.100Scope and purpose.
637.105Definitions.
Subpart B—Program Planning and Operation
637.200Allotments to States.
637.205Notice of intent to participate.
637.210Incentive bonus program applications.
637.215Review and approval of applications for incentive bonus payments.
637.220Eligibility criteria for individuals to be counted in determining incentive bonuses.
637.225Determination of incentive bonus.
637.230Use of incentive bonuses.
Subpart C—Additional Title V Administrative Standards and Procedures
637.300Management systems, reporting and recordkeeping.
637.305Federal monitoring and oversight.
637.310Audits.
Subpart D—Data Collection [Reserved]
PART 638—JOB CORPS PROGRAM UNDER TITLE IV-B OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
Subpart A—Purpose and Scope
638.100General.
Subpart B—Definitions
638.200Definitions.
Subpart C—Funding, Site Selection, and Facilities Management
638.300Eligibility for funds and eligible deliverers.
638.301Funding procedures.
638.302Center performance measurement.
638.303Site selection and facilities management.
638.304Historical preservation.
638.305Capital improvements.
638.306Protection and maintenance of contract center facilities owned or leased by Job Corps.
638.307Facilities surveys.
Subpart D—Enrollment, Transfers, Terminations, and Placements in the Job Corps
638.400Eligibility for participation.
638.401Outreach and screening of participants.
638.402Enrollment by readmission.
638.403Selective service.
638.404Transfers.
638.405Extensions of enrollment.
638.406Federal status of students.
638.407Terminations.
638.408Transportation.
638.409Placement and job development.
Subpart E—Center Operations
638.500Orientation program.
694.501Student handbook.
638.502Job Corps basic education program.
638.503Vocational training.
638.504Occupational exploration programs.
638.505Scheduling of training.
638.506Purchase of vocational supplies and equipment.
638.507Work experience.
638.508Sale of services or objects.
638.509Leisure-time employment.
638.510Health care and services.
638.511Drug use and abuse.
638.512Sexual behavior and harassment.
638.513Death.
638.514Residential support services.
638.515Recreation/avocational program.
638.516Laundry, mail, and telephone service.
638.517Counseling.
638.518Intergroup relations program.
638.519Incentives system.
638.520Student government and leadership program.
638.521Student welfare associations.
638.522Evaluation of student progress.
638.523Food service.
638.524Allowances and allotments.
638.525Clothing.
638.526Tort and other claims.
638.527Federal employees' compensation.
638.528Social Security.
638.529Income taxes.
638.530Emergency use of personnel, equipment, and facilities.
638.531Limitations on the use of students in emergency projects.
638.532Annual leave.
638.533Other student absences.
638.534Legal services to corpsmembers.
638.535Voting rights.
638.536Religious rights.
638.537Disclosure of information.
694.538Disciplinary procedures and appeals.
638.539Complaints and disputes.
638.540Cooperation with agencies and institutions.
638.541Job Corps training opportunities.
638.542Child care services.
638.543Community relations program.
Subpart F—Applied Vocational Skills Training (VST)
638.600Applied vocational skills training (VST) through work projects.
638.601Applied VST budgeting.
Subpart G—Experimental, Research, and Demonstration Projects
638.710Experimental, research, and demonstration projects.
Subpart H—Administrative Provisions
638.800Program management.
638.801Staff training.
638.802Student records management.
638.803Safety.
638.804Environmental health.
638.805Security and law enforcement.
638.806Property management and procurement.
638.807Imprest and petty cash funds.
638.808Center financial management and reporting.
638.809Audit.
638.810Reporting requirements.
638.811Review and evaluation.
638.812State and local taxation of Job Corps deliverers.
638.813Nondiscrimination, nonsectarian activities.
638.814Lobbying; political activities; unionization.
638.815Charging fees.
[59 FR 45815, Sept. 2, 1994, as amended at 60 FR 58229, Nov. 27, 1995]

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  • 2012-12-31; vol. 77 # 250 - Monday, December 31, 2012
    1. 77 FR 76861 - Removal of Job Training Partnership Act Implementing Regulations
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      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Employment and Training Administration
      Direct final rule.
      This Direct Final Rule is effective April 1, 2013 without further action, unless significant adverse comment is received by January 30, 2013. If significant adverse comment is received, the Department of Labor will publish a timely withdrawal of the rule in the Federal Register.
      20 CFR Parts 626, 627, 628, 631, 632, 633, 634, 636, 637, and 638

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  • 2012-12-31; vol. 77 # 250 - Monday, December 31, 2012
    1. 77 FR 76861 - Removal of Job Training Partnership Act Implementing Regulations
      GPO FDSys XML | Text
      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Employment and Training Administration
      Direct final rule.
      This Direct Final Rule is effective April 1, 2013 without further action, unless significant adverse comment is received by January 30, 2013. If significant adverse comment is received, the Department of Labor will publish a timely withdrawal of the rule in the Federal Register.
      20 CFR Parts 626, 627, 628, 631, 632, 633, 634, 636, 637, and 638