Federal Guidance and Legislation
Review federal legislation outlining the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
State Plans and Legislation
Review state plans and legislation. For guidance papers, memoranda and communiqués see Policy and Guidance.
Department of Children and Families Issued Guidance
For quarterly federal and monthly state reports, review Program Monitoring and Reports.
OSST Initial Assessment
Community Service Work Experience Program (CWEP)
Forms for Suspected Fraud-- Incident Report Procedures
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The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration requires that states meet the following equity measures and minimum services level standards for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers (MSFWs).
Minimum Service Level Standards
- MSFWs referred to jobs
- MSFWs received staff assisted services
- MSFWs referred to supportive services
- MSFWs counseled
- MSFWs provided job development services
- MSFWs placed in jobs
- MSFWs placed in jobs 50 cents above minimum wage
- MSFWs placed in long-term nonagricultural jobs
The following legislation outlines agricultural service provisions in the state of Florida.
Federal regulation requires that states ensure the provision of quality employment services to Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers (MSFWs) at One-Stop Career Centers. DEO’s State Monitor Advocate assists the Executive Director in these efforts.
State Monitor Advocate oversight responsibilities, outlined in Federal Regulation 20 CFR 653.108, are as follows:
- Ensure CareerSource centers are monitored for compliance with MSFW regulations;
- Ensure the department’s MSFW Outreach Program and JS Complaint System in One-Stop Career Centers are properly functioning, especially in centers designated MSFW Significant;
- Conduct on-going reviews of MSFW data, policies and procedures;
- Review and comment on the State Annual MSFW Outreach Plan;
- Prepare MSFW quarterly and annual reports for submission to the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Atlanta Regional Office;
- Establish and maintain contact with representatives from all aspects of the agricultural community;
- Conduct frequent visits to meet with MSFWs and Employers in their living and working areas; and
- Serves as the State-level MSFW Complaint Specialist.
For guidance papers, memoranda and communiqués see Policy and Guidance.
Review Florida Agricultural Services program forms. For quarterly federal and monthly state reports, review Program Monitoring and Reports.
Find helpful resource information for the Florida Agricultural Services program.
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Review federal legislation related to REACT service provision. For guidance papers, memoranda, and communiqués see Policy and Guidance.
North American Free Trade Act (NAFTA) of 1993 (Note: This law is only valid for petitions approved through November 4, 2002)
WIA Final Regulation 8/11/2000 | text
Forms and Reports
Review Florida REACT program forms. For quarterly federal and monthly state reports, review Program Monitoring and Reports.
Guide to Employee Transition
Federal Register Notice: WIA Standardized Record Data
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Program Guidance and Legislation
Review federal legislation outlining service provision for veterans. For guidance papers, memoranda, and communiqués see Policy and Guidance.
Memoranda of Understanding
Review official memoranda of understanding that affect Florida veterans.
- Memorandum of Understanding – Between the Department of Military Affairs, Florida National Guard; U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration, St. Petersburg, Florida; U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Florida; Florida State Department of Veterans' Affairs; U.S. Department of Labor Veterans Employment and Training; and the Department of Economic Opportunity
- Memorandum of Understanding – Between the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service Program
- Memorandum of Understanding– Between the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of Labor
Forms and Reports
Review Florida veterans’ program reports. For quarterly federal and monthly state reports, review Program Monitoring and Reports.
Manager’s Report Form on Services to Veterans
Veterans Program Maps
Find statistics on Florida veteran populations and the services they receive.
Access helpful resource information for Florida veterans’ service providers.
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Current federal regulation gives CareerSource centers the capacity to:
- Assist job seekers in finding employment (job registration);
- Assist employers in filling jobs (job orders);
- Facilitate the match between job seekers and employers;
- Participate in a system for clearing between the states; and
- Meet the work test requirements of the State unemployment compensation law.
Review the Wagner-Peyser Act
Review state legislation related to the Wagner-Peyser program. For guidance papers, memoranda, and communiqués see Policy and Guidance.
Review Florida Wagner-Peyser program forms.
Find helpful resource information for the Florida Wagner-Peyser program.
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