Section 5116.22 | Local responsibilities if the use of the funds is authorized.
(A) If a local workforce development board decides under section 5116.20 of the Revised Code to authorize the use of its youth workforce investment activity funds for the comprehensive case management and employment program for a fiscal biennial period, all of the following shall apply to that fiscal biennial period:
(1) Before the beginning of the fiscal biennial period, the board shall enter into a written agreement with department of job and family services that, to the extent permitted by federal law, requires the board and the counties the board serves to operate the comprehensive case management and employment program in accordance with the program's requirements, including the requirements established by this chapter, rules adopted under section 5116.06 of the Revised Code, and any other rules applicable to the program.
(2) Before the beginning of the fiscal biennial period, the board of county commissioners of each of the counties the local workforce development board serves shall designate either of the local participating agencies to serve as the county's lead agency for the purpose of the comprehensive case management and employment program.
(B) After a board of county commissioners designates a local participating agency to serve as the county's lead agency for a fiscal biennial period, the board may designate the other local participating agency to take over as the county's lead agency for the remainder of the fiscal biennial period.
(C) A board of county commissioners shall inform the department of job and family services of its designation of the lead agency under division (A)(2) of this section before the beginning of the fiscal biennial period for which the designation is made. A board shall notify the department of any redesignation of a lead agency under division (B) of this section not later than sixty days after the redesignation takes effect.
Available Versions of this Section
- September 29, 2017 – Enacted by House Bill 49, 132nd General Assembly [ View September 29, 2017 Version ]