Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/218

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106 STAT. 1098 PUBLIC LAW 102-367 —SEPT. 7, 1992 "(A) a list of the eligible individuals in the State who satisfied the requirements of section 506 during the program year;

    • (B) the amount of the incentive bonus attributable to

each eligible individual and due the State under section 503; and "(C) certification that documentation is available to verify the eligibility of participants and the amount of the incentive bonus claimed by the State. "(c) NOTICE OF APPROVAL OR DENIAL.— The Secretary shall promptly inform a State after receipt of the application as to whether or not the application of the State has been approved. 29 USC 1791e. "SEC. 506. ELIGIBILITY FOR INCENTIVE BONUSES. "An individual shall be eligible to participate in a program established under this title if— "(1) the individual— "(A) was an absent parent of any child receiving £dd to families with dependent children under part A of title IV of the Social Security Act at the time such individual was determined to be eligible to participate in activities provided under this Act; "(B) has participated in education, training or other activities (including the Job Corps) provided under this Act; and "(C) pays child support for a child specified in subparagraph (A) following termination from activities provided under this Act; or "(2) the individual— "(A) is blind or disabled; "(B) was receiving benefits under title XVI of the Social Security Act (relating to supplemental security income) at the time such individual was determined to be eligible to participate in activities under this Act; "(C) has participated in education, training, or other activities (including the Job Corps) provided under this Act; and "(D) earns from employment a wage or income. 29 USC 1791f. "SEC. 607. INFORMATION AND DATA COLLECTION. "(a) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.—In order to facilitate the collection, exchange, and compilation of data and information required by this title, the Secretary is authorized to provide technical assistance to the States. Such assistance may include cost-effective methods for using State and Federal records to which the Secretary has lawful access. "(b) JOINT REGULATIONS.— "(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary and the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall jointly issue regulations regarding the sharing, among public agencies participating in the programs assisted under this title, of the data and information necessary to fulfill the requirements of this title. "(2) SUBJECTS.— Such regulations shall ensure— "(A) the availability of information necessary to verify the eligibility of participants and the amount of the incentive bonus payable; and