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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-485—OCT. 13, 1988

102 STAT. 2369

reduction under paragraph (1) shall in no event apply to a State for any fiscal year beginning after such program is terminated if no other such program remains in operation in the State. "(5) For purposes of this subsection, an Indian tribe is any tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community of Indians that— "(A) is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians; and "(B) for which a reservation (as defined in paragraph (6)) exists. "(6) For purposes of this subsection, a reservation includes Indian reservations, public domain Indian allotments, and former Indian reservations in Oklahoma. "(7) For purposes of this subsection— "(A) an Alaska Native organization is any organized group of Alaska Natives eligible to operate a Federal program under Public Law 93-638 or such group's designee; "(B) the boundaries of an Alaska Native organization shall be those of the geographical region, established pursuant to section 7(a) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, within which the Alaska Native organization is located (without regard to the ownership of the land within the boundaries); "(C) the Secretary may approve only one application from an Alaska Native organization for each of the 12 geographical regions established pursuant to section 7(a) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act; and "(D) any Alaska Native, otherwise eligible or required to participate in a job opportunities and basic skills training program, residing within the boundaries of an Alaska Native organization whose application has been approved by the Secretary, shall be eligible to participate in the job opportunities and basic skills trsdning program administered by such Alaska Native organization. "(8) Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to grant or defer any status or powers other than those expressly granted in this subsection or to validate or invalidate any claim by Alaska Natives of sovereign authority over lands or people. "COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS

"SEC. 483. (a)(1) The Governor of each State shall assure that 42 USC 683. program activities under this part are coordinated in that State with programs operated under the Job Training Partnership Act and with any other relevant employment, training, and education programs available in that State. Appropriate components of the State's plan developed under section 482(a)(l) which relate to job training and work preparation shall be consistent with the coordination criteria specified in the Governor's coordination and special services plan required under section 121 of the Job Training Partnership Act. "(2) The State plan so developed shall be submitted to the State job training coordinating council not less than 60 days before its submission to the Secretary, for the purpose of review and comment by the council. Concurrent with submission of the plan to the State Public job training coordinating council, the proposed State plan shall be information. published and made reasonably available to the general public

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