Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 5.djvu/798

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106 STAT. 4436 PUBLIC LAW 102-569—OCT. 29, 1992 representatives) involved. Such agreements shall specify the terms of training and employment under the project, provide for the payment by the Commissioner of part of the costs of the project (in accordance with subsection (c)), and contain the items re^uured under subsection (b) and such other provisions as the parties to the agreement consider to be appropriate. "(5) Any agreement shall include a description of a plan to annually conduct a review and evaluation of the operation of the project in accordance with standards developed by the Commissioner under subsection (d), and, in conducting the review and evaluation, to collect information on— "(A) the numbers and types of individuals with disabilities served; "(B) the types of services provided; "(C) the sources of funding; "(D) the percentage of resources committed to each type of service provided; "(E) the extent to which the employment status and earning power of individuals with disabihties changed following services; "(F) the extent of capacity building activities, including collaboration with business and industry and other organizations, agencies, and institutions; "(G) a comparison, if appropriate, of activities in prior years with activities in the most recent year; and "(H) the number of project participants who were terminated from project placements and the duration of such placements. (6) The Commissioner may include, as part of agreements with grant recipients, authority lor such grant recipients to provide technical assistance to— "(A) assist employers in hiring individuals with disabilities; or "(B) improve or develop relationships between— "(i) grant recipients or prospective grant recipients; and "(ii) employers or organized labor; or "(C) assist employers in understanding and meeting the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) as the Act relates to employment of individuals with disabilities.". (b) AGREEMENT.—Section 621(b) (29 U.S.C. 795g(b)) is amended to read as follows: "(b) No pa3anent shall be made by the Commissioner under any agreement with a grant recipient entered into under subsection (a) unless such agreement— "(1) provides an assurance that individuals with disabilities placed under such agreement shall receive at least the applicable minimum wage; "(2) provides an assurance that any individual with a disability placed under this part shall be afforded terms and benefits of employment equal to terms and benefits that are afforded to the similarly situated co-workers of the individual, and that such individuals with disabihties shall not be segregatedfrt>mtheir co-workers; and "(3) provides an assurance that an annual evaluation report containing information specified under subsection (a)(5) snail