2005 California Unemployment Insurance Code Sections 15005-15007 CHAPTER 1.5. CITY AND COUNTY RELATIONSHIPSUNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CODE
15005. The designation of areas shall be consistent with the requirements of the federal Workforce Investment Act. Units of general local government with populations of 200,000 or more and consortia of contiguous units of local government with an aggregate population of 200,000 or more which serve a substantial part of a labor market area shall be designated service delivery areas, if they so request. Furthermore, consideration shall be given to service delivery area requests from any unit of general local government, with a population level below 200,000, which served as a prime sponsor under the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility for Kids (CalWORKs) program. 15006. (a) The Legislature recognizes that counties are the units of local government designated to administer public assistance programs in California. It is the intent of the Legislature that access to public assistance benefits be integrated with access to employment and training services provided pursuant to this division. In the event that another unit of general government within a county or a consortium of units of general local government is also designated as a service delivery area pursuant to the federal Job Training Partnership Act, the service delivery area plan for that service delivery area shall describe the agreed upon methods and procedures whereby employment and training services to public assistance recipients are tied to and a part of the system of integrated access to Public Assistance and Employment and Training Services within the county. Counties shall provide full cooperation to those entities within the county administering a service delivery area plan to assist in the establishment of appropriate linkages. (b) The service delivery area plan for a service delivery area which includes a county which has an approved or proposed plan for the provision of employment and training services for public assistance recipients under Article 3.2 (commencing with Section 11320) of Chapter 2 of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code shall contain a certification by each county that the service delivery area plan is consistent with the county plan in the provision of sufficient services under this division for registrants under that article. If the service delivery area plan does not contain the county certification required under this subdivision, the state council shall certify that the service delivery area plan is consistent with the county plan in the provision of sufficient services under this division for registrants under that article. 15007. The director, pursuant to policies established by the state council, shall allocate to units of general government designated as a service delivery area, such funds as may be determined prudent and necessary from funds available in the Consolidated Work Program Fund in excess of those funds provided by the federal Job Training Partnership Act. Funds allocated from the Consolidated Work Program Fund shall be used in accordance with the enabling statutes of those programs in the fund.
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