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
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Labor supply - 3115 pages
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Page 70 - ... (b) The Secretary and the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives, shall have access for the purpose of audit and examination to any books, documents, papers and records of the recipients that are pertinent to the grants or contracts entered into under this Act under other than competitive bidding procedures.
Page 70 - We recommend that the bill be revised to include language similar to the following : "(a) Each recipient of assistance under this Act pursuant to grants or contracts entered into under other than competitive bidding procedures shall keep such records as the Secretary shall prescribe, including records which fully disclose the amount and disposition by such recipient of the proceeds of such assistance, the total cost of the project or undertaking in connection with which such assistance is given or...
Page 73 - Act of 1 946, the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962, and the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. The fact that so many Americans still subsist on inadequate incomes is evidence of a failure to meet this responsibility.
Page 452 - The capacity to obtain and hold a "good job" is the traditional test of participation in American society. Steady employment with adequate compensation provides both purchasing power and social status. It develops the capabilities, confidence, and self-esteem an individual needs to be a responsible citizen and provides a basis for a stable family life.
Page 723 - I have had the privilege of serving as a member of the Council, these suggestions were in every case graciously received and studied, and sincere efforts made to implement them.
Page 71 - ... programs" created by existing manpower enactments. While a good deal of untangling has been done by administrative action, the only durable solution is an overall reform. The Manpower Revenue Sharing Act would replace the two major pieces of legislation which have spawned most of the acronym programs — the Manpower Development and Training Act and Title I of the Economic Opportunity Act — with a single statute which incorporates the flexibility needed by State and local government. The Manpower...
Page 70 - SEC. 714. (a) Each recipient of assistance under this Act shall keep such records as the Secretary shall prescribe, including records which fully disclose the amount and the disposition by such recipient of the proceeds of such assistance, the total cost of the project or undertaking in connection with which such assistance is given or used, and the amount and nature of that portion of the cost of the project or undertaking supplied by other sources, and such other records as will facilitate an effective...
Page 40 - To assist the Nation in expanding work opportunities and assuring access to those opportunities for all who desire it, the Secretary shall establish a comprehensive program of manpower research utilizing the methods, techniques, and knowledge of the behavioral and social sciences and such other methods, techniques, and knowledge as will aid in the solution of the Nation's manpower problems.
Page 33 - For purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (26 USC 1 et seq.) and title II of the Social Security Act (42 USC 401 et seq...
Page 531 - The program must provide meaningful jobs — not dead-end, make work projects — so that the employment experience gained adds to the capabilities and broadens the opportunities of the employees to become productive members of the permanent work force of our nation.