What is the role of the State agency in the One-Stop delivery system?
(a) The role of the State agency in the One-Stop delivery system is to ensure the delivery of services authorized under section 7(a) of the Act. The State agency is a required One-Stop partner in each local One-Stop delivery system and is subject to the provisions relating to such partners that are described at 20 CFR part 662.
(b) Consistent with those provisions, the State agency must:
(1) Participate in the One-Stop delivery system in accordance with section 7(e) of the Act;
(2) Be represented on the Workforce Investment Boards that oversee the local and State One-Stop delivery system and be a party to the Memorandum of Understanding, described at 20 CFR 662.300, addressing the operation of the One-Stop delivery system; and
(3) Provide these services as part of the One-Stop delivery system.
Title 20 published on 2012-04-01
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