Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 120.djvu/2606
PUBLIC LAW 109–365—OCT. 17, 2006
120 STAT. 2575
‘‘(3) REPORTS.—Each grantee described in paragraph (2) shall prepare and submit a report in such manner and containing such information as the Secretary may require regarding activities carried out under this title. ‘‘(4) RECORDS.—Each grantee described in paragraph (2) shall keep records that— ‘‘(A) are sufficient to permit the preparation of reports required by this title; ‘‘(B) are sufficient to permit the tracing of funds to a level of expenditure adequate to ensure that the funds have not been spent unlawfully; and ‘‘(C) contain any other information that the Secretary determines to be appropriate. ‘‘(g) EVALUATIONS.—The Secretary shall establish by rule and implement a process to evaluate, in accordance with section 513, the performance of projects carried out and services provided under this title. The Secretary shall report to Congress, and make available to the public, the results of each such evaluation and shall use such evaluation to improve services delivered by, or the operation of, projects carried out under this title. ‘‘SEC. 504. PARTICIPANTS NOT FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.
Reports. Public information. 42 USC 3056b.
‘‘(a) INAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS COVERING FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.—Eligible individuals who are participants in any project funded under this title shall not be considered to be Federal employees as a result of such participation and shall not be subject to part III of title 5, United States Code. ‘‘(b) WORKERS’ COMPENSATION.—No grant or subgrant shall be made and no contract or subcontract shall be entered into under this title with an entity who is, or whose employees are, under State law, exempted from operation of the State workers’ compensation law, generally applicable to employees, unless the entity shall undertake to provide either through insurance by a recognized carrier or by self-insurance, as authorized by State law, that the persons employed under the grant, subgrant, contract, or subcontract shall enjoy workers’ compensation coverage equal to that provided by law for covered employment. ‘‘SEC. 505. INTERAGENCY COOPERATION.
42 USC 3056c.
‘‘(a) CONSULTATION WITH THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY.—The Secretary shall consult with and obtain the written views of the Assistant Secretary before issuing rules and before establishing general policy in the administration of this title. ‘‘(b) CONSULTATION WITH HEADS OF OTHER AGENCIES.—The Secretary shall consult and cooperate with the Secretary of Health and Human Services (acting through officers including the Director of the Office of Community Services), and the heads of other Federal agencies that carry out programs related to the program carried out under this title, in order to achieve optimal coordination of the program carried out under this title with such related programs. Each head of a Federal agency shall cooperate with the Secretary in disseminating information relating to the availability of assistance under this title and in promoting the identification and interests of individuals eligible for employment in projects assisted under this title. ‘‘(c) COORDINATION.— ‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall promote and coordinate efforts to carry out projects under this title jointly with
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