Center Monitoring Guide

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Learning Objectives. At the finish of this preparation, you will:Understand how the aide is organized and used.Understand how markers are utilized to figure out whether the Civil Rights goal has been met.Understand the parts and obligations of gift beneficiaries and government staff as elected staff screen an entity\'s consistence with Equal Opportunity laws..

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Center Monitoring Guide 2005 National Equal Opportunity Training Conference

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Learning Objectives At the finish of this preparation, you will: Understand how the guide is organized and utilized. See how pointers are utilized to figure out whether the Civil Rights objective has been met. Comprehend the parts and duties of concede beneficiaries and government staff as elected staff screen a substance's consistence with Equal Opportunity laws.

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Overview Structure and Use of the Guide Roles and Responsibilities Grantee Community Federal Staff Review of a Notice

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Guide Structure Core Activities Design and administration Program and give administration frameworks Financial administration frameworks Service conveyance Performance responsibility Appendices

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Core Activity Structure Objectives Relate to each center movement Requirements or desires Indicators Attributes or criteria Attest to accomplishment of destinations C for consistence E for viability

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Core Activity Structure FPO Guidance Questions or documentation cases Assist in evaluation of marker Source and Notes

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Using the Guide Role and Responsibilities of Federal Staff Gather reference archives Review source records Observe sees posted Interview grantee staff Walk through the office

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Using the Guide Role and Responsibilities of the Grantee Provide source records to government staff for survey Policy manual and composed systems Written separation dissension method Publications, materials, and pamphlets Provide staff for meetings Provide full access to offices

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Using the Guide Objective conclusions Summary discoveries At the target level Promising Practices Findings or High-Risk Factors Other Observations Results Formal composed report

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Objective 2.3 Civil Rights Recipients of DOL money related help must consent to: Title VI - Civil Rights Act of 1964 Section 504 – Rehabilitation Act Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972 Age Discrimination Act of 1975 Section 188 of the Workforce Investment Act

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Indicators Policies and Procedures Do they reflect appropriate laws and regs? Notification Do they advise perusers of the segregation grievance process, EO and Sec 504 strategies? Is it accurate to say that they are in dialects suitable for the populace being served? Open Facilities

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Indicator 2.31 Policies and strategies Written separation dissension methodology Is wording required by 29 CFR 37.30 in distributions, materials, and pamphlets? Observing consistence with EO law EO is The Law see

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Indicator 2.32 Notices Does it give contact data, diagram of segregation protestation handle, and so forth? Where and in what configuration are notification posted? Dialect proper for populace served?

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Notice

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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS THE LAW It is illegal for this Recipient of Federal money related help to segregate on the accompanying  basis: Against any person in the United States, on the premise of race, shading, religion, sex, national starting point, age, inability, political alliance or conviction; and Against any recipient of projects monetarily helped under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) on the premise of the recipient's citizenship/status as a legally conceded foreigner approved to work in the United States, or his or her interest in any WIA Title I-fiscally helped program or action. The Recipient must not segregate in any of the accompanying regions:   • Deciding will's identity conceded, or have admittance, to any WIA Title I-fiscally helped program or movement;   • Providing openings in, or treating any individual concerning, such a program or action; or   • Making work choices in the organization of, or regarding, such a program or action. Segregation Complaint Procedure If you feel that you have been subjected to separation under any WIA Title I-fiscally helped program or  activity, you may document a protestation inside 180 days from the date of the charged infringement with either:   • The Recipient's Equal Opportunity Officer, Valerie Kitchings, Department of Employment Services, 77 P Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002 or the individual whom the Recipient has assigned for this reason; or     • The Director, Civil Rights Center (CRC), U.S. Branch of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room N-4123, Washington, DC 20210.

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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS THE LAW It is illegal for this Recipient of Federal money related help to segregate on the accompanying  basis: Against any person in the United States, on the premise of race, shading, religion, sex, national root, age, handicap, political connection or conviction; and Against any recipient of projects fiscally helped under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) on the premise of the recipient's citizenship/status as a legitimately conceded migrant approved to work in the United States, or his or her cooperation in any WIA Title I-monetarily helped program or movement. The Recipient must not segregate in any of the accompanying ranges:   • Deciding will's identity conceded, or have entry, to any WIA Title I-monetarily helped program or action;   • Providing openings in, or treating any individual as to, such a program or action; or   • Making work choices in the organization of, or regarding, such a program or movement. Separation Complaint Procedure If you choose to document your grievance with the beneficiary, you should hold up until the beneficiary issues a composed Notice of  Final Action, or until 90 days have passed (whichever is sooner), before recording with the Civil Rights Center. On the off chance that the Recipient does not give you a composed Notice of Final Action on your dissension inside 90 days of the day on  which you documented your grumbling, you don't need to sit tight for the Recipient to issue that notice before recording a complaint with the CRC. Notwithstanding, you should record your CRC protest inside 30 days of the 90-day due date (as it were, inside 120 days of the day on which you documented your dissension with the Recipient). In the event that the Recipient gives you a composed Notice of Final Action on your objection, however you are disappointed with the  decision or determination, you may record a grumbling with the CRC. You should document your CRC grievance inside 30 days of the date on which you got the Notice of Final Action.

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Contact Information FOR INFORMATION OR TO FILE A COMPLAINT, CONTACT: VALERIE KITCHINGS, Equal Opportunity Officer, valerie.kitchings@dc.gov Department of Employment Services, Office of Equal Opportunity 64 New York Avenue, NE, third Floor • Washington, DC 20002 (202) 671-2568 • TDD/TTY (202) 673-6994 • Fax (202) 673-7019 Auxiliary guides and administrations are accessible upon demand to people with inabilities. Level with Opportunity Employer/Provider __________________________________________________________________ I recognize having perused and comprehended the above notice. Signature: _______________________________ Date: ___________________________________

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Indicator 2.33 Grantee's area and offices Physically open and usable

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Conclusion Did we accomplish our targets?

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