Manpower Development and Training Legislation, 1970: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, First and Second Sessions, on S. 2838 ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty
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Page 64 - recipient of the proceeds of such assistance, th< total cost of the project or undertaking in connection with which such assistance is given or used, and the amount of that portion of the
Page 27 - Security Act (42 USC 401 et seq.), be deemed employees of the United States, and any service performed by an individual as a volunteer shall be deemed to be • performed in the employ of the United States; " (3) for purposes of the Federal tort claims provisions in title 28, United States Code, be deemed employees of the Government; and
Page 32 - such other authority ns he may 15 have, the Secretary is authorized, in carrying out his func16 tions under this title, to— 17 " ( 1 ) utilize, with their assent, the services and 18 facilities of Federal agencies without reimbursement, and, with the consent of any State or a political subdi20 vision of
Page 704 - formal education and are preparing to enter the labor market, those who have already entered the labor market but need to upgrade their skillę or learn new ones, those with special
Page 786 - A disadvantaged individual, for manpower purposes, is a poor person who does not have suitable employment and who is either (1) a school dropout, (2) a member of a minority, (3) under twenty-two years of age, (4) forty-five years of age or over, or (5) handicapped." In this definition, a "poor person" is one who, with a family of four, is
Page 39 - persons with employer requirements and job opportunities on a National, State, local, or other appropriate basis ; (3) referring and placing such persons in jobs; and (4) distributing and assuring the prompt and ready availability of information concerning manpower needs and resources to employers, employees, public and private job placement agencies, and other interested individuals and agencies.
Page 719 - of the United States to promote a maximum employment program for all veterans, particularly disabled veterans; and Whereas, title 38," United States Code (Public Law 85-857) as amended, and the Veterans' Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966 (The "Cold War GI bill") provide for adequate counseling and job placement
Page 577 - GONZALEZ, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CCYEJO I want to thank the members of this sub-committee for the opportunity to appear before them. As Executive Director of the Nueces County Community Action Agency, I have been designated by the Executive Committee to appear before this Committee to, hopefully, make known some of the problems faced by minority groups from this region.
Page 26 - (b) The Director may enter into agreements with States or local prime sponsors; to administer, assure, or assist in the administration of the programs provided in this part. The Director may, pursuant to regulations, pay part or all of the operative or administrative
Page 61 - Senate, Washington, DC DEAB MB. CHAIRMAN: This is in reply to your request of September 2 for ou r views on S. 2838, a bill "To establish a comprehensive manpower development program to assist persons in overcoming obstacles to suitable employment, and for other purposes.