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Code of Federal Regulations Title 34. Education § 34.675.35 Agreement

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(a) A FWS participating institution, to establish or expand these programs, shall enter into an agreement with the Secretary.

(b) The agreement must provide—

(1) That the institution will administer the programs in accordance with the HEA and the provisions of this part;

(2) That the institution will submit to the Secretary an annual report on the use of the funds and an evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs in benefiting the institution's students;  and

(3) Satisfactory assurances that—

(i) The institution will not use program funds to locate and develop jobs at an eligible institution;

(ii) The institution will use program funds to locate and develop jobs for students during and between periods of attendance at the institution, not upon graduation;

(iii) The program will not displace employees or impair existing service contracts;

(iv) Program funds can realistically be expected to generate total student wages exceeding the total amount of the Federal funds spent under this subpart;  and

(v) If the institution uses Federal funds to contract with another institution, suitable performance standards will be part of that contract.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1840–0535)

(Authority:  42 U.S.C. 2756)

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