(a) (1) Each Governor shall establish and adhere to a Methods of Administration for State programs as defined in § 34.2. In those States in which one agency contains both SESA and JTPA programs, the Governor may develop a combined Methods of Administration.
(2) Each Methods of Administration shall be designed to give reasonable guarantee that all recipients will comply and are complying with the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of JTPA and this part.
(b) The Methods of Administration shall be:
(1) In writing;
(2) Updated periodically as required by the Director; and
(3) Signed by the Governor.
(c) The Methods of Administration shall, at a minimum:
(i) A system for periodically monitoring the compliance of recipients with this part, including a determination as to whether the recipient is conducting its JTPA-funded program or activity in a nondiscriminatory way;
(ii) A system for reviewing the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of job training plans, contracts, assurances, and other similar agreements;
(iii) Procedures for ensuring that recipients provide accessibility to individuals with disabilities;
(iv) A system of policy communication and training to ensure that members of the recipients' staffs who have been assigned responsibilities pursuant to the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of JTPA or this part are aware of and can effectively carry out these responsibilities;
(v) Procedures for obtaining prompt corrective action or, as necessary, applying sanctions when noncompliance is found; and
(vi) Supporting documentation to show that the commitments made in the Methods of Administration have been and/or are being carried out. Supporting documentation includes, but is not limited to: policy and procedural issuances concerning required elements of the Methods of Administration; copies of monitoring instruments and instructions; evidence of the extent to which nondiscrimination and equal opportunity policies have been developed and communicated pursuant to this part; information reflecting the extent to which Equal Opportunity training, including training called for by § 34.22, is planned and/or has been carried out; as applicable, reports of monitoring reviews and reports of follow-up actions taken thereunder where violations have been found, including, where appropriate, sanctions; and copies of any notification made pursuant to § 34.23.
(d) The Governor shall, within 180 days of the effective date of this part:
(1) Develop and implement Methods of Administration consistent with the requirements of this part, and
(2) Submit a copy of the Methods of Administration to the Director.
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