20 CFR Part 641 - PROVISIONS GOVERNING THE SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
- SUBPART A — Purpose and Definitions (§§ 641.100 - 641.140)
- SUBPART B — Coordination With the Workforce Investment Act (§§ 641.200 - 641.240)
- SUBPART C — The State Plan (§§ 641.300 - 641.365)
- SUBPART D — Grant Application and Responsibility Review Requirements for State and National SCSEP Grants (§§ 641.400 - 641.495)
- SUBPART E — Services to Participants (§§ 641.500 - 641.585)
- SUBPART F — Pilot, Demonstration, and Evaluation Projects (§§ 641.600 - 641.640)
- SUBPART G — Performance Accountability (§§ 641.700 - 641.750)
- SUBPART H — Administrative Requirements (§§ 641.800 - 641.884)
- SUBPART I — Grievance Procedures and Appeals Process (§§ 641.900 - 641.930)
641.365 How must the equitable distribution provisions be reconciled with the provision that disruptions to current participants should be avoided?
Subpart D—Grant Application and Responsibility Review Requirements for State and National SCSEP Grants641.400 What entities are eligible to apply to the Department for funds to administer SCSEP projects? 641.410 How does an eligible entity apply? 641.420 What are the eligibility criteria that each applicant must meet? 641.430 What are the responsibility conditions that an applicant must meet? 641.440 Are there responsibility conditions that alone will disqualify an applicant? 641.450 How will the Department examine the responsibility of eligible entities? 641.460 What factors will the Department consider in selecting national grantees? 641.465 Under what circumstances may the Department reject an application? 641.470 What happens if an applicant's application is rejected? 641.480 May the Governor, or the highest government official, make recommendations to the Department on national grant applications? 641.490 When will the Department compete SCSEP grant awards? 641.495 When must a State compete its SCSEP award?
Subpart E—Services to Participants641.500 Who is eligible to participate in the SCSEP? 641.505 When is eligibility determined? 641.507 How is applicant income computed? 641.510 What types of income are included and excluded for participant eligibility determinations? 641.512 May grantees and sub-recipients enroll otherwise eligible job ready individuals and place them directly into unsubsidized employment? 641.515 How must grantees and sub-recipients recruit and select eligible individuals for participation in the SCSEP? 641.520 Are there any priorities that grantees and sub-recipients must use in selecting eligible individuals for participation in the SCSEP? 641.535 What services must grantees and sub-recipients provide to participants? 641.540 What types of training may grantees and sub-recipients provide to SCSEP participants in addition to the training received at the community service assignment? 641.545 What supportive services may grantees and sub-recipients provide to participants? 641.550 What responsibility do grantees and sub-recipients have to place participants in unsubsidized employment? 641.565 What policies govern the provision of wages and benefits to participants? 641.570 Is there a time limit for participation in the program? 641.575 May a grantee or sub-recipient establish a limit on the amount of time its participants may spend at a host agency? 641.577 Is there a limit on community service assignment hours? 641.580 Under what circumstances may a grantee or sub-recipient terminate a participant? 641.585 What is the employment status of SCSEP participants?
Subpart F—Pilot, Demonstration, and Evaluation Projects641.600 What is the purpose of the pilot, demonstration, and evaluation projects authorized under § 502(e) of the OAA? 641.610 How are pilot, demonstration, and evaluation projects administered? 641.620 How may an organization apply for pilot, demonstration, and evaluation project funding? 641.630 What pilot, demonstration, and evaluation project activities are allowable under § 502(e)? 641.640 Should pilot, demonstration, and evaluation project entities coordinate with SCSEP grantees and sub-recipients, including area agencies on aging?
Subpart G—Performance Accountability641.700 What performance measures/indicators apply to SCSEP grantees? 641.710 How are the performance indicators defined? 641.720 How will the Department and grantees initially determine and then adjust expected levels of performance for the core performance measures? 641.730 How will the Department assist grantees in the transition to the new core performance indicators? 641.740 How will the Department determine whether a grantee fails, meets, or exceeds the expected levels of performance for the core indicators and what will be the consequences of failing to meet expected levels of performance? 641.750 Will there be performance-related incentives?
Subpart H—Administrative Requirements641.800 What uniform administrative requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.803 What is program income? 641.806 How must SCSEP program income be used? 641.809 What non-Federal share (matching) requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.812 What is the period of availability of SCSEP funds? 641.815 May the period of availability be extended? 641.821 What audit requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.824 What lobbying requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.827 What general nondiscrimination requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.833 What policies govern political patronage? 641.836 What policies govern political activities? 641.839 What policies govern union organizing activities? 641.841 What policies govern nepotism? 641.844 What maintenance of effort requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.847 What uniform allowable cost requirements apply to the use of SCSEP funds? 641.850 Are there other specific allowable and unallowable cost requirements for the SCSEP? 641.853 How are costs classified? 641.856 What functions and activities constitute administrative costs? 641.859 What other special rules govern the classification of costs as administrative costs or programmatic activity costs? 641.861 Must SCSEP recipients provide funding for the administrative costs of sub-recipients? 641.864 What functions and activities constitute programmatic activity costs? 641.867 What are the limitations on the amount of SCSEP administrative costs? 641.870 Under what circumstances may the administrative cost limitation be increased? 641.873 What minimum expenditure levels are required for participant wages and benefits? 641.874 What conditions apply to a SCSEP grantee request to use additional funds for training and supportive service costs? 641.876 How will compliance with cost limitations and minimum expenditure levels be determined? 641.879 What are the financial and performance reporting requirements for recipients? 641.881 What are the SCSEP recipient's responsibilities relating to awards to sub-recipients? 641.884 What are the grant closeout procedures?
Subpart I—Grievance Procedures and Appeals Process641.900 What appeal process is available to an applicant that does not receive a grant? 641.910 What grievance procedures must grantees make available to applicants, employees, and participants? 641.920 What actions of the Department may a grantee appeal and what procedures apply to those appeals? 641.930 Is there an alternative dispute resolution process that may be used in place of an OALJ hearing?
42 U.S.C. 3056 et seq.; Pub. L. 109-365.
75 FR 53812, Sept. 1, 2010, unless otherwise noted.
Title 20 published on 2012-04-01.
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