A representative from Hawaii has two operational/logistical questions regarding TANF/WIOA:
1. How are other States addressing the requirement for an MOU with the one-stop delivery system that includes an agreement on funding costs of the services and the operating costs of the system(§678.500 (b)(2)? For HI, any agreement that includes a financial commitment requires a contract, and not an MOU.
2. How are other States addressing the placement of staff who are part of a collective bargaining unit in one-stop locations that are not operated by the State government, in particular those run by nonprofits? What are the issues, and how have they been addressed?
- TANF Program Administration