34 CFR 363.50 - What collaborative agreements must the State develop?

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§ 363.50 What collaborative agreements must the State develop?
(a) A designated State unit must enter into one or more written cooperative agreements or memoranda of understanding with other appropriate State agencies, private nonprofit organizations, and other available funding sources to ensure collaboration in a plan to provide supported employment services and extended services to individuals with the most severe disabilities.
(b) A cooperative agreement or memorandum of understanding must, at a minimum, specify the following:
(1) The supported employment services to be provided by the designated State unit with funds received under this part.
(2) The extended services to be provided by relevant State agencies, private nonprofit organizations, or other sources following the cessation of supported employment services under this part.
(3) The estimated funds to be expended by the participating party or parties in implementing the agreement or memorandum.
(4) The projected number of individuals with the most severe disabilities who will receive supported employment services and extended services under the agreement or memorandum.
(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 795n)

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