(ii) Programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended;
(iii) The State Employment Services and the Veterans' Employment and Training Service of the United States Department of Labor;
(iv) The Office of Personnel Management; and
(v) The services of any other public, or nonprofit organization having placement services available; and
(vi) Any for-profit agency in a case in which it has been determined that comparable services are not available through public and nonprofit agencies and comparable services cannot be provided cost-effectively by the public and nonprofit agencies listed in this paragraph.
(b)Promotion of employment and training opportunities. As funding permits, VA employees engaged in the administration of Chapter 31 will promote the establishment of employment, training, and related opportunities to accomplish the purposes described in § 21.1.
(c)Advocacy responsibility. VA shall take reasonable steps to ensure that a veteran being provided employment services receives the benefit of any applicable provision of law or regulation providing for special consideration or emphasis or preference of the veteran in employment or training, especially programs and activities identified in the preceding paragraphs of this section.
(d)Interagency coordination. VA employees providing assistance to Chapter 31 participants shall coordinate their job development, placement, promotional, and advocacy activities with similar or related activities of:
(1) The Department of Labor and State employment security agencies as provided by written agreement or other arrangement;
(2) The State approving agencies:
(3) Other public, for-profit and nonprofit agencies providing employment and related services.