Chapter 5101:9-30 Reimbursement Costs
(A) The workforce investment act (WIA) federal training and employment program provides reimbursement of certain costs to providers of services as agreed to in a contract. Allowable reimbursement costs include but are not limited to the cost of:
(1) Training .
(2) Equipment .
(3) Materials .
(4) Medical expenses.
(B) The purchase of firearms and ammunition is an unallowable cost.
(A) To determine eligibility and low income of individuals for programs operated under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, local workforce development agencies must use the most recently published guidelines:
(1) The poverty income guidelines published annually by the U.S. department of health and human services, and
(2) The lower living standard income levels revised annually by the U.S. department of labor.
(B) Local boards must ensure that all program operators and staff members use the most recently published poverty income guidelines and LLSIL for determining :
(1) Eligibility and low income for youths.
(2) Eligibility and prioritization when funds are limited for adults.
(3) Eligibility and low income for employed adult and dislocated workers for certain services.
(4) The re-authorized work opportunity tax credit (WOTC).
(A) The following entities will ensure the timely and accurate reporting of local workforce investmentact (WIA) participants, activities, and performance information to ODJFS.
(1) Chief elected officials as defined by section 101(6) of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, 29 U.S.C. 2801(6), 6301.01(F) of the Revised Code.
(2) The local workforce board, as defined by section 117 of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.
(B) Boards and chief elected officials referenced in paragraph (A) of this rule must use the "Workforce Case Management System" (WCMS) to report WIA participants, activities, and performance information.