The Secretary shall consult with and obtain the written views of the Assistant Secretary
before issuing rules and before establishing general policy in the administration
of this subchapter.
(b)Consultation with heads of other agencies
The Secretary shall consult and cooperate with the Secretary of Health and Human Services
(acting through officers including the Director of the Office of Community Services),
and the heads of other Federal agencies that carry out programs related to the program
carried out under this subchapter, in order to achieve optimal coordination of the
program carried out under this subchapter with such related programs. Each head of a Federal agency shall cooperate with the Secretary in disseminating
information relating to the availability of assistance under this subchapter and in
promoting the identification and interests of individuals eligible for employment
in projects assisted under this subchapter.
The Secretary shall promote and coordinate efforts to carry out projects under this
subchapter jointly with programs, projects, or activities carried out under other
Acts, especially activities provided under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity
Act, including activities provided through one-stop delivery systems established under
section 121(e) of such Act, that provide training and employment opportunities to
(2)Coordination with certain activities
The Secretary shall consult with the Secretary of Education to promote and coordinate
efforts to carry out projects under this subchapter jointly with activities in which
eligible individuals may participate that are carried out under the Carl D. Perkins
Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (20 U.S.C. 2301 et seq.).
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