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ERIC Number: ED099586
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 85
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Occupational Information Systems Grants Program: Standards and Guidelines.
Manpower Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.
The goal of the grants program is to have a positive influence on the process by which people choose jobs and careers by providing them with accurate and locally relevant occupational information. The document outlines the objectives, standards and guidelines on the basis of which the Department of Labor will fund information systems in States and local areas. The first section describes program activities, eligibility, scope, criteria for selection, the selection process, and the National Occupational Information Service. Occupational information guidelines specify: topics, information sources, coverage of occupations, and other requirements. The third section outlines operating standards for accession and dissemination to be met by an occupational system. Dealing with the organizational structure of an occupational information system, the fourth section presents policies and guidelines for the board of directors, staff selection, training requirements, evaluation criteria, and cost responsibility. Appendixes offer a glossary of terms, grant conditions, and a preliminary grant application with instructions. (MW)
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Authoring Institution: Manpower Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.