29 CFR 37.99 - If the Director concludes that compliance cannot be secured by voluntary means, what actions must he or she take?
If the Director concludes that compliance cannot be secured by voluntary means, he or she must either:
(a) Issue a Final Determination;
(b) Refer the matter to the Attorney General with a recommendation that an appropriate civil action be instituted; or
(c) Take such other action as may be provided by law.
- 29 CFR 37.69 — What Happens if a Recipient Fails to Show Cause?
- 29 CFR 37.93 — What Happens if the Director Finds That a Violation Has Taken Place, and the Recipient Fails or Refuses to Take the Corrective Action Listed in the Initial Determination?
- 29 CFR 37.63 — What Are the Authority and Procedures for Conducting Post-Approval Compliance Reviews?
- 29 CFR 37.110 — What Enforcement Procedures Does the Department Follow to Effect Compliance With the Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Provisions of WIA and This Part?