34 CFR Subpart F - Description of the One-Stop Delivery System Under Title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

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  1. § 361.300 What is the one-stop delivery system?
  2. § 361.305 What is a comprehensive one-stop center and what must be provided there?
  3. § 361.310 What is an affiliated site and what must be provided there?
  4. § 361.315 Can a stand-alone Wagner-Peyser Act Employment Service office be designated as an affiliated one-stop site?
  5. § 361.320 Are there any requirements for networks of eligible one-stop partners or specialized centers?
  6. § 361.400 Who are the required one-stop partners?
  7. § 361.405 Is Temporary Assistance for Needy Families a required one-stop partner?
  8. § 361.410 What other entities may serve as one-stop partners?
  9. § 361.415 What entity serves as the one-stop partner for a particular program in the local area?
  10. § 361.420 What are the roles and responsibilities of the required one-stop partners?
  11. § 361.425 What are the applicable career services that must be provided through the one-stop delivery system by required one-stop partners?
  12. § 361.430 What are career services?
  13. § 361.435 What are the business services provided through the one-stop delivery system, and how are they provided?
  14. § 361.440 When may a fee be charged for the business services in this subpart?
  15. § 361.500 What is the Memorandum of Understanding for the one-stop delivery system and what must be included in the Memorandum of Understanding?
  16. § 361.505 Is there a single Memorandum of Understanding for the local area, or must there be different Memoranda of Understanding between the Local Workforce Development Board and each partner?
  17. § 361.510 How must the Memorandum of Understanding be negotiated?
  18. § 361.600 Who may operate one-stop centers?
  19. § 361.605 How is the one-stop operator selected?
  20. § 361.610 When is the sole-source selection of one-stop operators appropriate, and how is it conducted?
  21. § 361.615 May an entity currently serving as one-stop operator compete to be a one-stop operator under the procurement requirements of this subpart?
  22. § 361.620 What is the one-stop operator's role?
  23. § 361.625 Can a one-stop operator also be a service provider?
  24. § 361.630 Can State merit staff still work in a one-stop center where the operator is not a governmental entity?
  25. § 361.635 What is the compliance date of the provisions of this subpart?
  26. § 361.700 What are the one-stop infrastructure costs?
  27. § 361.705 What guidance must the Governor issue regarding one-stop infrastructure funding?
  28. § 361.710 How are infrastructure costs funded?
  29. § 361.715 How are one-stop infrastructure costs funded in the local funding mechanism?
  30. § 361.720 What funds are used to pay for infrastructure costs in the local one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  31. § 361.725 What happens if consensus on infrastructure funding is not reached at the local level between the Local Workforce Development Board, chief elected officials, and one-stop partners?
  32. § 361.730 What is the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  33. § 361.731 What are the steps to determine the amount to be paid under the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  34. § 361.735 How are infrastructure cost budgets for the one-stop centers in a local area determined in the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  35. § 361.736 How does the Governor establish a cost allocation methodology used to determine the one-stop partner programs' proportionate shares of infrastructure costs under the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  36. § 361.737 How are one-stop partner programs' proportionate shares of infrastructure costs determined under the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  37. § 361.738 How are statewide caps on the contributions for one-stop infrastructure funding determined in the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  38. § 361.740 What funds are used to pay for infrastructure costs in the State one-stop infrastructure funding mechanism?
  39. § 361.745 What factors does the State Workforce Development Board use to develop the formula described in Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, which is used by the Governor to determine the appropriate one-stop infrastructure budget for each local area operating under the State infrastructure funding mechanism, if no reasonably implementable locally negotiated budget exists?
  40. § 361.750 When and how can a one-stop partner appeal a one-stop infrastructure amount designated by the State under the State infrastructure funding mechanism?
  41. § 361.755 What are the required elements regarding infrastructure funding that must be included in the one-stop Memorandum of Understanding?
  42. § 361.760 How do one-stop partners jointly fund other shared costs under the Memorandum of Understanding?
  43. § 361.800 How are one-stop centers and one-stop delivery systems certified for effectiveness, physical and programmatic accessibility, and continuous improvement?
  44. § 361.900 What is the common identifier to be used by each one-stop delivery system?
Authority:
Secs. 503, 107, 121, 134, 189, Pub. L. 113-128, 128 Stat. 1425 (Jul. 22, 2014).
Source:
81 FR 56033, Aug. 19, 2016, unless otherwise noted.