What information must be provided in the State Plan?
The Department issues instructions detailing the information that must be provided in the State Plan. At a minimum, the State Plan must include the State's four-year strategy, as described in § 641.302, and information on the following:
(a) The ratio of eligible individuals in each service area to the total eligible population in the State;
(b) The relative distribution of:
(1) Eligible individuals residing in urban and rural areas within the State;
(2) Eligible individuals who have the greatest economic need;
(3) Eligible individuals who are minorities;
(4) Eligible individuals who are limited English proficient; and
(5) Eligible individuals who have the greatest social need;
(c) The current and projected employment opportunities in the State (such as by providing information available under § 15 of the Wagner-Peyser Act (29 U.S.C. 491-2) by occupation), and the types of skills possessed by eligible individuals;
(d) The localities and populations for which projects of the type authorized by title V are most needed;
(e) Actions taken and/or planned to coordinate activities of SCSEP grantees in the State with activities carried out in the State under title I of WIA;
(f) A description of the process used to obtain advice and recommendations on the State Plan from representatives of organizations and individuals listed in § 641.315, and advice and recommendations on steps to coordinate SCSEP services with activities funded under title I of WIA from representatives of organizations listed in § 641.335 ;
(g) A description of the State's procedures and time line for ensuring an open and inclusive planning process that provides meaningful opportunity for public comment as required by § 641.350 ;
(h) Public comments received, and a summary of the comments;
(i) A description of the steps taken to avoid disruptions to the greatest extent possible as provided in § 641.365; and
(j) Such other information as the Department may require in the State Plan instructions. (OAA § 503(a) ).
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