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[88 STAT. 1847]
[88 STAT. 1847]
PUBLIC LAW 93-000—MMMM. DD, 1975

88 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 93-567-DEC. 31, 1974

1847

tion 205(a) relating to 30 days of unemployment, if the applicant 29 USC 845. certifies that the hiring of an individual will not violate the provisions of section 205(c)(8). "(3) payment of wages (at rates not less than those prevailing ^^puarrmproveon similar construction in the locality as determined by the Sec- ment projects. retary in accordance with the Davis-Bacon Act, as amended (40 U.S.C. 276a-276a-5)), for unemployed and underemployed per- ^^^^ use 276a sons as employees of public employers in jobs on community capital improvement projects which would not otherwise be carried out, including the rehabilitation, alteration, or improvement of public buildings, roads and other public transportation facilities, health and education facilities, and other facilities for the improvement of the community in which the project is or will be located, and including construction, rehabilitation, alteration, or improvement of water and waste disposal facilities in communities having populations of 10,000 individuals or less which are outside the boundaries of a Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (as defined by the Bureau of the Census). "(c) The provisions of subsection (b) shall apply to any area having an unemployment rate in excess of 7 per centum, and to any area, without regard to the rate of unemployment of such area, if such area is served by a prime sponsor which qualifies under section 102(a)(4) or section 102(a)(5) or is in an area which is eligible for assistance ^^ "^^ ^^^• under title II and which is served by a State prime sponsor, and if the 29 USC 841. prime sponsor for such area certifies to the Secretary that the application of such provisions is necessarv in order to provide sufficient job opportunities, and gives public notice of such certification. "EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS

"SEC. 605. Funds obligated for the purposes of providing public service employment under this title may be utilized by prime sponsors for projects and activities planned to extend over a twelve-month period from the commencement of any such project or activity.

29 USC 96s.

"REALLOCATION OF FUNDS

"SEC. 606. The Secretary is authorized to make such reallocations as he deems appropriate of any amount of any allocation under this title to the extent that the Secretary determines that an eligible applicant will not be able to use such amount within a reasonable period of time. Any such amount may be reallocated only if the Secretary has provided thirty days' advance notice to the prime sponsor for such area and to the Governor of the State of the proposed reallocation, during which period of time the prime sponsor and the Governor may submit comments to the Secretary. After considering any comments submitted during such period of time, the Secretary shall notify the Governor and affected prime sponsors of any decision to reallocate funds, and shall publish any such decision in the Federal Register. Any such funds shall be reallocated to other areas within the same State."

29 USC 966.

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PLACEMENT GOALS

SEC. 103. Section 211 of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 is amended by striking out "PROVISION" in the title and inserting in lieu thereof "PROVISIONS", by inserting " (a) " immediately before the first sentence, and by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: " (b) No officer or employee of the Department of Labor shall, by regulation or otherwise, impose on any eligible applicant, as a condition for the receipt of financial assistance under this title, any requirement that any eligible applicant must place in other jobs a specific

29 USC 851.