20 CFR § 678.600 - Who may operate one-stop centers?
(a) One-stop operators may be a single entity (public, private, or nonprofit) or a consortium of entities. If the consortium of entities is one of one-stop partners, it must include a minimum of three of the one-stop partners described in § 678.400.
(b) The one-stop operator may operate one or more one-stop centers. There may be more than one one-stop operator in a local area.
(c) The types of entities that may be a one-stop operator include:
(1) An institution of higher education;
(3) A community-based organization, nonprofit organization, or workforce intermediary;
(4) A private for-profit entity;
(5) A government agency;
(7) Another interested organization or entity, which is capable of carrying out the duties of the one-stop operator. Examples may include a local chamber of commerce or other business organization, or a labor organization.
(d) Elementary schools and secondary schools are not eligible as one-stop operators, except that a nontraditional public secondary school such as a night school, adult school, or an area career and technical education school may be selected.
(1) Disclose any potential conflicts of interest arising from the relationships of the operators with particular training service providers or other service providers (further discussed in § 679.430 of this chapter);
(2) Do not establish practices that create disincentives to providing services to individuals with barriers to employment who may require longer-term career and training services; and
(3) Comply with Federal regulations and procurement policies relating to the calculation and use of profits, including those at § 683.295 of this chapter, the Uniform Guidance at 2 CFR part 200, and other applicable regulations and policies.
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