The Secretary of Labor may waive any of the requirements of section 3304(a)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or of paragraph (1) or (5) of section 503(a) of this title, to the extent and for the period the Secretary of Labor considers necessary to enable the State to carry out a demonstration project under this section.
42 U.S. Code § 505. Demonstration projects
(a) State demonstration projects authorizedThe Secretary of Labor may enter into agreements, with up to 10 States that submit an application described in subsection (b), for the purpose of allowing such States to conduct demonstration projects to test and evaluate measures designed—
(b) Application for demonstration project; required contentThe Governor of any State desiring to conduct a demonstration project under this section shall submit an application to the Secretary of Labor. Any such application shall include—
if a waiver under subsection (c) is requested, a statement describing the specific aspects of the project to which the waiver would apply and the reasons why such waiver is needed;
(5) a description of the manner in which the State—
(c) Waiver of certain requirements allowed
(d) Time for demonstration projectA demonstration project under this section—
(e) Limitations on activitiesActivities that may be pursued under a demonstration project under this section are limited to—
subsidies for employer-provided training, such as wage subsidies; and
(f) Notification of approval or denial of applicationThe Secretary of Labor shall, in the case of any State for which an application is submitted under subsection (b)—
notify the State as to whether such application has been approved or denied within 30 days after receipt of a complete application; and
provide public notice of the decision within 10 days after providing notification to the State in accordance with paragraph (1).
Public notice under paragraph (2) may be provided through the Internet or other appropriate means. Any application under this section that has not been denied within the 30-day period described in paragraph (1) shall be deemed approved, and public notice of any approval under this sentence shall be provided within 10 days thereafter.
(g) Termination of demonstration project