20 CFR 666.200 - Under what circumstances is a State eligible for an Incentive Grant?

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§ 666.200 Under what circumstances is a State eligible for an Incentive Grant?
A State is eligible to apply for an Incentive Grant if its performance for the immediately preceding year exceeds:
(a) The State's negotiated levels of performance for the required core indicators for the adult, dislocated worker and youth programs under title I of WIA as well as the customer satisfaction indicators for WIA title I programs;
(b) The adjusted levels of performance for title II Adult Education and Family Literacy programs; and
(c) The adjusted levels of performance under section 113 of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act (20 U.S.C. 2301 et seq.). (WIA sec. 503.)

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