Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/226

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106 STAT. 1106 PUBLIC LAW 102-367 —SEPT. 7, 1992 "(c) STATE ACTIVITIES.— "(1) DIVISION.— Of the remaining 23 percent of the allotment of the State under subsection (a) for each fiscal year— "(A) 5 percent of such allotment of the State for each fiscal year shall be available to the Governor of the State to be used for overall administration, management, and auditing activities relating to programs under this title and for activities described in sections 121 and 122; "(B) 5 percent of such allotment of each State for each fiscal year shall be available to provide incentive grants authorized under section 106(b)(7), in accordance with paragraph (2); "(C) 8 percent of the allotment of each State for each fiscal year shall be available to carry out section 123; and "(D) 5 percent of such allotment of each State for each fiscal year shall be available to carry out section 204(d). " (2) OTHER USES. — "(A) CAPACITY BUILDING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.— The Governor may use up to 33 percent of the amount allotted under paragraph (1)(B) for providing capacity building and technical assistance to service delivery areas and service providers. Such use of funds may include the development and training of service delivery area and service provider staff and the development of exemplary program activities. " (B) NoNDUPLiCATiON AND COORDINATION. —Funds used under subparagraph (A)— "(i) may not be used to duplicate the activities of the Capacity Building and Information and Dissemination Network established under section 453(b); and "(ii) shall, to the extent practicable, be used to coordinate the activities under subparagraph (A) with the activities of the Network under section 453(b). "(d) DEFINITIONS AND RULE.— AS used in this section: " (1) DEFINITIONS.— "(A) ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED ADULT.— The term 'economically disadvantaged adult' means an individual who is age 22 through 72 and who has, or is a member of a family that has, received a total family income (exclusive of unemployment compensation, child support pay- ments, and welfare payments) that, in relation to family size, was not in excess of the higher of— "(i) the official poverty line (as defined by the Office of Management and Budget, and revised annually in accordance with section 673(2) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981 (42 U.S.C. 9902(2)); or "(ii) 70 percent of the lower living standard income level. "(B) EXCESS NUMBER. —The term 'excess number* means— "(i) with respect to the excess number of unemployed individuals within a State— "(I) the number that represents the number of unemployed individuals in excess of 4.5 percent of the civilian labor force in the State; or "(II) the number that represents the number of imemployed individuals in excess of 4.5 percent