1. The Governor will not stop the amounts of contributions to infrastructure funds for Dieinnisch Fellows, as indicated in Part 684 of this chapter. The appropriate portion of the funds that must be made available by the beneficiaries of the native program to pay for the infrastructure from a single source must be determined as part of the development of the agreement, as described in the provisions of S. 678,500 and defined in this agreement. (a) In accordance with paragraph 121 (h) (1) (i) (i) (ii) of WIOA, the state financial mechanism applicable to the local domain applies for this programming year, when the local WDB, the elected official and the one-handed partners fail to reach a consensus agreement on sufficient methods of funding the central infrastructure for a program year. (1) the application of a budget for infrastructure costs from a single source, as described in Article 678.735, based either on an agreement reached during negotiations on the local territory or on the state WDB formula, as described in State Article 678.745; (d) Any obligation, capacity, choice, responsibility or other action related, by other means, to the determination of contributions to the infrastructure costs allocated to the Governor in Sections 678.730 to 678,745 also applies to this decision-making process conducted by the official or principal official referred to in paragraph (2) of this section. (3) The calculation of national program caps required for contributions to infrastructure costs from individual stop partnership programs in areas operating under the state`s financial mechanism, in accordance with the provisions of s. 678.738. The MOU model document indicates that partners who are not on site are not required to contribute to infrastructure costs.
It`s true? c) In some situations, the Governor does not set infrastructure costs for certain counterparty programs from an intermediate station under the government`s financial mechanism. The answer is no. All partners, physically present or virtual, must contribute financially to infrastructure costs. The amount or amount of the contribution is determined by its proportional use and relative utility in the centre from an intermediate station. Please contact TEGL 17-16. The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) p. 121 (c) (1) (1) requires the local committee to develop and enter into an agreement between the local board of directors and single-desk partners, in accordance with WIOA, p. 121 (c) (2) for the operation of the single-desk delivery system in a local area. This requirement is described in more detail in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act; Common rule for unified and combined state plans, performance responsibility and common provisions of the single-desk system: final rule at 20 CFR 678,500, 34 CFR 361,500 and 34 CFR 463,500 as well as in federal guidelines. 2. In states where political decision-making power is transferred to an agency or official independent of the governor`s authority with respect to adult education and literacy activities accredited in accordance with WIOA Title II, post-secondary career and technical education activities in accordance with Carl D.