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of different types of training and employment programs,

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including such a comparison between

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“(A) institutional and on-the-job training,

“(B) different types of institutional and onthe-job training,

"(C) training for job entry and for job ad

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vancement, and

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“(D) job development programs in community service activities and in regular competitive employ

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ment;

“(3) an evaluation of job upgrading programs and of the relative importance of such programs compared to other training and employment programs designed to obtain meaningful employment for hard-core unemployed

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“(4) an evaluation of the degree of coordination

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between different job training and employment programs

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the Federal, State, and local levels, and between such

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programs and other governmental programs closely associated with them, including programs under the Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of

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(5) an evaluation of the degree of effective support provided by the Federal-State employment service

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1 system to job training and employment programs for 2 unemployed and low-income persons; and 3

“(6) an evaluation of the administration and man4 agement by Federal departments and agencies of job5 training and employment programs. 6 "(c) The Comptroller General shall assist the Congress 7 in its legislative oversight function with respect to all job 8 training, work experience and employment programs con9 ducted or financially assisted by the United States by10

“(1) reporting to the Congress at least annually on 11 the efforts and progress made by Federal departments

and agencies in complying with and implementing (1) 13 legislation authorizing or extending such programs en14

acted within the two-year period prior to the issuance of 15

such report, and (B) instructions contained in the re16

ports of relevant committees of the Congress with respect 17

to such legislation; and 18

“(2) performing such other oversight functions as 19 the Congress may require. 20

"REPORTS

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“SEC. 602. The Comptroller General shall make such 22 interim reports as he deems advisable, and, not later than

sixty days after the beginning of each calendar year, he shall 24 submit to the Congress a complete report on his activities 25 under this title, including a detailed statement of his findings

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1 and conclusions together with such recommendations, includ2 ing recommendations for additional legislation as he deems

3 advisable.

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"POWERS OF THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL

5 "SEC. 603. (a) The Comptroller General or, on the 6 authorization of the Comptroller General, any officer of the 7 General Accounting Office, may, for the purpose of carrying 8 out the provisions of this title, hold such hearings, take such 9 testimony, and sit and act at such times and places as he 10 deems advisable. Any officer designated by the Comptroller 11 General may administer oaths or affirmations to witnesses 12 appearing before the Comptroller General or such designated

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14 “(b) Each department, agency, and instrumentality of 15 the executive branch of the Government, including inde16 pendent agencies, is authorized and directed to furnish to the

17 Comptroller General, upon request made by him, such in

18 formation as he deems necessary to carry out his functions

19 under this title.

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“(c) The Comptroller General is authorized

“(1) to appoint and fix the compensation of such staff personnel as he deems necessary without regard to the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the competitive service, and without regard to the provisions of chapter 51 and subchapter

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III of chapter 53 of such title relating to classification and General Schedule pay rates, and

“(2) to procure temporary and intermittent services to the same extent as is authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, but at rates not to exceed

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$100 a day for individuals.

7 “(d) The Comptroller General is authorized to enter 8 into contracts with Federal or State agencies, private firms,

9 institutions, and individuals for the conduct of research or

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surveys, the preparation of reports, and other activities necessary to the discharge of his duties under this title.

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"AUTHORIZATION

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"SEC. 604. There are hereby anthorized to be appropri14 ated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the pro15 visions of this title.”

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TECIINICAL AMENDMENTS

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SEC. 104. (a) Section 302 of the Manpower Develop

18 ment and Training Act of 1962 is annended by inserting a 19 comma and "other than titles IV, V, and VI,” inmediately

20 after "this Act”.

21 (b) Section 308 of such Act is amended by inserting 22 "other than titles IV, V, and VI,” immediately after “this 23 Act,”.

90TH CONGRESS

2D SESSION

S. 3249

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

March 28 (legislative day, MARCH 27), 1968 Referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare and ordered to be

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AMENDMENT Intended to be proposed by Mr. Javits (for himself, Mr. AL

LOTT, Mr. BROOKE, Mr. CASE, Mr. COOPER, Mr. HANSEN, Mr. HATFIELD, Mr. KUCHEL, Mr. MORTON, Mr. PEARSON, Mr. PERCY, Mr. PROUTY, and Mr. Scott) to S. 3249, a bill to provide a comprehensive national manpower policy, to improve the Manpower Development and Training Aet of 1962, to authorize a community service employment program, and for other purposes, viz: Insert at the end

thereof the following new title: 1 TITLE II-PRIVATE INDUSTRY EMPLOYMENT

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SEC. 201. This title may be cited as the "Employment

5 Incentive Act of 1968”.

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