Cooperation with federal agencies administering training or retraining programs and other assistance
(1) The Employment Department is authorized to cooperate with or enter into agreements with appropriate agencies of the federal government whereby:
(a) The Director of the Employment Department may act as agent of the federal government, in the payment of subsistence or other cash allowances provided in programs adopted by the federal government, including training and retraining programs or other assistance to individuals in this state.
(b) In performing services incidental to such programs the director may make such reports, surveys and analyses as may be required and comply with all reasonable rules and regulations in connection with such programs.
(c) The director may accept any sums allotted or apportioned to the state for administrative purposes and maintain separate accounting of all subsistence or cash allowances deposited with the state for payment to qualified individuals.
(2) Nothing in this section shall in any way affect the validity of any agreements entered into with any federal agency prior to July 1, 1963. [1963 c.216 §2]
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