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This subpart implements the responsibilities of the Secretary of Labor in classifying labor surplus areas in accordance with Executive Order 12073 (Federal Procurement in Labor Surplus Areas). The Secretary of Labor has delegated responsibilities to the Assistant Secretary, Employment and Training Administration.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 644 - Awards or contracts
§ 49 - United States Employment Service established
§ 49a - Definitions
§ 49b - Duties of Secretary
§ 49c - Acceptance by States; creation of State agencies
§ 49d - Appropriations; certification for payment to States
§ 49e - Allotment of funds
§ 49f - Percentage disposition of allotted funds
§ 49g - State plans
§ 49h - Fiscal controls and accounting procedures
§ 49i - Recordkeeping and accountability
§ 49j - Notice of strikes and lockouts to applicants
§ 49k - Rules and regulations
§ 49l - Miscellaneous operating authorities
§ 49m, 49n - Omitted
Executive Order ... 10582
Executive Order ... 11051
Executive Order ... 12073
Executive Order ... 12148
Title 20 published on 20-May-2017 03:30
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 20 CFR Part 654 after this date.
The Department of Labor (DOL or the Department) issues this Final Rule to implement titles I and III of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Through these regulations, the Department reforms and modernizes our nation's workforce development system. This rule provides the framework for changes for statewide and local workforce development systems to increase the employment, retention, earnings, and occupational skill attainment of U.S. workers, particularly those individuals with barriers to employment, so they can move into good jobs and careers and provide businesses with the skilled workforce needed to make the United States more competitive in the 21st Century global economy.
The Department of Labor (DOL) is proposing, through rulemaking, to implement titles I and III of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA). Through these regulations, the Department proposes to implement job training system reform and strengthen the workforce investment system of the nation to put Americans, particularly those individuals with barriers to employment, back to work and make the United States more competitive in the 21st Century. This proposed rule intends to provide guidance for statewide and local workforce investment systems that increase the employment, retention and earnings of participants, and increase occupational skill attainment by participants, and as a result, improve the quality of the workforce, reduce welfare dependency, and enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the nation.