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Allowable Costs 04-08This Policy Provides Guidance Regarding the General Cost Principles and Allowable Costs Under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program It Requires That All Subrecipients and Service Providers Expending WIA Funds Shall Comply with Federal and State Guidance Regarding the Allowability of Expenditures

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Audit Requirements 11-08The Purpose of This Directive is to Update the Audit Requirements for Entities Receiving Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Funds in Accordance with the Revisions to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A 133

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Audit Resolution 12-08This Policy Provides Guidance Regarding Policy and Procedures for the Resolution of Audit Findings and Disallowed Costs

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Debt Collection Attachment A 13-08A

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Debt Collection 13-08The Purpose of This Directive is to Establish Procedures and Policy by the County of San Luis Obispo Department of Social Services (DSS) for the Recovery of Disallowed Costs Expended Under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) by Any Person or Entity

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Incident Reporting 03-08The Subrecipient San Luis Obispo County Department of Social Services (SLO DSS) Shall Promptly Report to the CRO and OIG All Allegations of WIA Related Potential Fraud Abuse and Other Criminal Activity

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Limited English Proficiency 01-08This Policy Provides Guidance Regarding Serving a Participant with Limited English Proficiency Under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program

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Monitoring & Oversight 18-08It is the Policy of the Department of Social Services (DSS) as the Administrative Entity to Monitor and Conduct Oversight of Its One Stop Delivery System and Contracted Service Providers Who Administer Funds Under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Monitoring and Oversight Will Be Designed to Comply with State and Federal Standards

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Monthly Financial Reporting Requirements 16-08The Purpose of This Policy is to Provide Guidance for the Reporting of Monthly WIA Financial Data

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Non Criminal & Discrimination 14-08The Purpose of This Directive is to Establish the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Complaint Resolution Procedure Pursuant to Title 20 CRF Subpart F Grievance Procedures Complaints and States Appeal Processes Section 667 600-667 330; and 29 CFR Part 37 Implementation of the Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Provisions of the Workforce Investment Act 1998 Final Rule

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Non Discrimination & Equal Opportunity 02-08This Policy Provides Guidance Regarding Serving a Participant with Limited English Proficiency Under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program

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Policy Index 00-00This is the Index of All WIA Policies

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Procurement of Goods & Services05-08This Policy Provides Guidelines and Requirements That Apply to All Purchases of Equipment (goods) and Services Using WIA Funds

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Program Income 06-08Service Providers and Their Contractors Will Account for Program Income Earned in Accordance with the Procedures Described in Policy

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Records Management 07-08The Department of Social Services (DSS) as the Administrative Entity and Its Service Providers Will Incorporate into Their Management Systems Procedures for the Management of All Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Records

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Selective Service 17-08This Policy Provides Guidance Regarding the Selective Service Registration Requirements for Participation in Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Funded Services Including Specific Requirements Acceptable Documentation and Questions to Help Local Areas with Determining Whether Failure to Register by a Current or Potential WIA Participant Was Knowing and Willful

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Self Sufficiency 15-08The Purpose of This Directive is to Define the Level of Economic Self Sufficiency to Be Used as an Eligibility Condition for Providing Intensive and Training Services to Employed Adults and Employed Dislocated Workers

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Standards of Conduct 09-09To Establish Policy and Ensure That the San Luis Obispo Workforce Investment Board (WIB) and Any and All Service Providers Whose Services Are Supported by Federal Funds (Service Providers) Administer Federal Funds in Accordance with the Guidelines Established in the Above Referenced Statute and Regulations

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Tuition & Training Refunds 10-08This Policy Restates the Requirement to Have Policies and Procedures in Place to Recover WIA Training And/or Tuition Refunds

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Worker Displacement Prohibition 08-08The Purpose of This Policy is to Communicate Federal and State Policy and Procedures Regarding Prohibitions Against Replacing Regular Employees with Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participants and Against Infringing on the Promotional Opportunities of Currently Employed Individuals

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