463.420 What are the roles and responsibilities of the required one-stop partners§ 463.420 What are the roles and responsibilities of the required one-stop partners?
Each required partner must:
(a) Provide access to its programs or activities through the one-stop delivery system, in addition to any other appropriate locations;
(b) Use a portion of funds made available to the partner's program, to the extent consistent with the Federal law authorizing the partner's program and with Federal cost principles in 2 CFR parts 200 and 3474 (requiring, among other things, that costs are allowable, reasonable, necessary, and allocable), to:
(1) Provide applicable career services; and
(2) Work collaboratively with the State and Local WDBs to establish and maintain the one-stop delivery system. This includes jointly funding the one-stop infrastructure through partner contributions that are based upon:
(i) A reasonable cost allocation methodology by which infrastructure costs are charged to each partner based on proportionate use and relative benefit received;
(ii) Federal cost principles; and
(iii) Any local administrative cost requirements in the Federal law authorizing the partner's program. (This is further described in § 463.700.)
(c) Enter into an MOU with the Local WDB relating to the operation of the one-stop delivery system that meets the requirements of § 463.500(b);
(d) Participate in the operation of the one-stop delivery system consistent with the terms of the MOU, requirements of authorizing laws, the Federal cost principles, and all other applicable legal requirements; and
(e) Provide representation on the State and Local WDBs as required and participate in Board committees as needed.