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Metro/Nonmetro Funding Allocation Under Title II-A, Job Training Partnership Act. Redman, John M. The Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Title II-A program is the main federal effort to enhance the employability of economically disadvantaged youths and by: 1.
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John M. Redman. Introduction. This report examines the subject of metro/nonmetro funding allocation under Title II-A of the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) during program year (PY) 87 (July through June ). Four major questions will. be considered: 1. Get this from a library.
Metro/nonmetro program performance under Title II-A, Job Training Partnership Act. [John M Redman; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Agriculture and Rural Economy Division.].
Congressional Allocation of Federal Funds: The Job Training Partnership Act of Article (PDF Available) in Public Choice 87() June with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Redman, J.M. Metro/nonmetro funding allocation under Title II-A, Job Training Partnership Act. United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Series, Agriculture and Rural Economy Division, Staff Report No.
AGES Google Scholar. The Job Training Partnership Act Title 11—A program is the main federal effort to enhance the employability of economically disadvantaged youths and Job Training Partnership Act book. This article describes the. John M Redman has written: 'Metro/nonmetro funding allocation under Title II-A, Job Training Partnership Act' -- subject(s): Finance, Occupational training, Regional disparities, Unemployment.
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This Metro Funding Sources Guide provides an overview of the sources available for transportation funding in Los Angeles County. Transportation finance is an extremely complex issue with funds coming from the local, state, and federal governments through their taxing sources.
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Subrecipients. Under the METRO Act, the Authority has the exclusive power to assess fees on telecommunication providers owning telecommunication facilities in public rights‐of‐way located within one or more cities, villages, or townships located, in whole or in part, within a county having a population of 10, or more or a city, village or township that.
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The Michigan Municipal League has been asked to inform eligible municipalities that the METRO Act payments may be delayed by approximately 15 to 30 days, due to a change in state law transitioning the functions and responsibilities of the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight (METRO) Authority to the new Local Community Stabilization Authority (LCSA).Filed under: Unemployment -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
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