Michigan Compiled Laws § 408.115 Michigan Works One-stop Service Center System; Creation.

408.115 Michigan works one-stop service center system; creation.

Sec. 5.

(1) The Michigan works one-stop service center system is created to provide an integrated and coordinated system for delivery of workforce development programs and services tailored to local needs, including, but not limited to, portions of services and programs regulated or funded under all of the following state and federal laws:

(a) Title I of the workforce investment act, Public Law 105-220.

(b) The Wagner-Peyser act, 29 USC 49 to 49c and 49d to 49l-2.

(c) Section 221 of the trade act of 1974, 19 USC 2271.

(d) Section 57f of the social welfare act, 1939 PA 280, MCL 400.57f.

(e) Section 6(d)(4) of the food stamp act of 1977, 7 USC 2015.

(f) Reed act transfers under 42 USC 1101 to 1110.

(2) The system consists of the local workforce development board in each Michigan works area, Michigan works agencies, Michigan works one-stop service centers, and education advisory groups.

History: 2006, Act 491, Imd. Eff. Dec. 29, 2006

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