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The Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) and Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER) Programs. U. S. Department of Labor --- -- Organizational Chart. Secretary of Labor. Assistant Secretary for Veterans Employment and Training. LVER/DVOP Program VWIP/HVRP/IVTP DOLEW FCJL
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Secretary of Labor
Assistant Secretary for Veterans Employment and Training
American Job Centers
Funds provided to States will be based upon an approved plan that contains:
One-Stop Delivery System
Congress has questioned how JVSG differs from other DOL programs, especially
Wagner-Peyser State Grants
It is difficult to demonstrate the benefit of JVSG if the veterans served and services provided are similar to Wagner-Peyser
A. Special disabled veterans B. Other disabled veterans C. Other eligible veterans
Maximum emphasis on economically and educationally disadvantaged veterans
(b) Principle Duties
(1) Conduct outreach to employers in the area to assist veterans in gaining employment, including conducting seminars for employers and, in conjunction with employers, conducting job search workshops and establishing job search groups;
(2) Facilitate employment, training and placement services furnished to veterans.
(e) Manager’s Report
LVER staff work with other service providers to promote the advantages of hiring Veterans to employers and employer groups.
Together, they market job seeking Veterans as individuals who have highly marketable skills and experience.
According to Title 38 USC, § 4102A, LVER and DVOP staff are required to receive specialized training provided by NVTI..
Those hired on or after October 13, 2010 have 18 months to complete their specialized training.
‘Priority of service’ means, with respect to any qualified job training program, that a covered person shall be given priority over nonveterans for the receipt of employment, training, and placement services provided under that program.
(Chapter 42, section 4215)
20 CFR 1010.20
Section 4215 20 CFR 1010.110
Priority of service for veterans in Department of Labor job training programs
“Qualified job training program” is any workforce preparation, development, or delivery program or service that is directly funded, in whole or in part, by the Department of Labor.
Implementing processes to ensure covered persons are made aware of:
The right to take precedence over non-covered persons Depending on the type of service or resource being provided, taking precedence may mean:
20 CFR 1010.200
Joint monitoring of Priority of Service by:
20 CFR 1010.240