(b) To provide child care services or subsidies or other supportive services necessary to maintain employment to applicants employed
under the program;
(c) To provide workers' compensation coverage to applicants employed by
nonprofit agencies under the program;
(d) To provide job search assistance, labor market orientation, job
seeking and work readiness skills, and referral for other services;
(e) To purchase supplies and materials for projects creating permanent
improvements to public property in an amount not to exceed one percent of
the funds appropriated; and
(f) To reimburse the Department in an amount not to exceed 1% of the funds appropriated for the actual cost of administering this Act, and to reimburse the Employment Administrators in an amount not to exceed 4.5% of the funds allocated to them for their actual cost of administering this Act. The Director and the Employment Administrators shall leverage funds from other sources to cover the administrative costs of this program whenever possible.
The Employment Administrator of each service delivery area shall submit to the Coordinator a spending plan establishing that funds allocated to the service delivery area will be used within one year after the effective date, in the manner required by this Act. Any funds allocated to a service delivery area for which there is no spending plan approved by the Coordinator shall be returned to the Department and may be reallocated by the Coordinator to other Employment Administrators.
(Source: P.A. 97-581, eff. 8-26-11.)