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RULE §835.14 Procedure for Requesting Funding

Published: 2015

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(a) After obtaining the review and comments of the Board in the applicable local workforce development area(s), a prospective private partner, together with a public community or technical college, community-based organization, state extension service, or TEEX and any other training provider, shall present to the Director, or his or her designee, a joint proposal requesting funding for a project which meets the objectives of the Self-Sufficiency Fund. (b) The proposal shall contain evidence of established referral procedures or agreements with Board contractors, one-stop centers, or other entities for referral of eligible trainees. (c) Proposals shall be written and contain the following information:   (1) the number of trainees to be trained and employed;   (2) a brief outline of the proposed customized job training project including:     (A) methods of recruitment and assessment of eligible trainees;     (B) skills to be taught;     (C) strategies for successfully meeting the needs of eligible trainees; and     (D) a list of the measurable training objectives and outcomes.   (3) the occupation for which training will be provided, the wages to be paid during the first year of employment for a trainee who successfully completes the training project, the proposed timeline to achieve self-sufficiency, and the employment benefits provided by the private partner;   (4) a statement describing the prospective private partner's equal opportunity employment policy;   (5) a budget summary identifying all sources of funding for the project and specifying the amount requested from the Self-Sufficiency Fund;   (6) completed checklist of information on the training provider's financial management system;   (7) names of all of the entities which will be directly providing training and education services, a description of the training and educational services to be provided by each entity, as well as a description of the prior experience and demonstrated performance in directly providing training or education services to the targeted population;   (8) a signed agreement between the prospective private partner and the public community or technical college, community-based organization, state extension service, or TEEX outlining each entity's role and responsibilities if a grant is awarded; and   (9) any other factors unique to the circumstances of the project which should be considered.

Source Note: The provisions of this §835.14 adopted to be effective January 7, 2003, 28 TexReg 357