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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Meeting files, 1974-1978,

Reports, 1974-1979,

General files, 1973-1979,

Migrant proposals, 1976-1978,

Indian manpower programs, 1973-1978,

Reference materials, 1975-1978,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas State Manpower Services Council:

An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1973-1979



Overview

Creator: Texas. State Manpower Services Council.
Title: Records
Dates: 1973-1979
Abstract: Records including minutes and agendas, correspondence, memorandums, reports, profiles of Texas State Manpower Services Council (SMSC) centers, evaluations of contractors, proposals, applications, and various printed materials cover the period 1973-1979 and reflect Council activity with the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act program. Staff support for the SMSC was provided by the Governor's Office, Division of Planning Coordination. Services available through this program (CETA) included manpower, training, and supportive services for a variety of workers, including migrants and Indians. Also present are profiles of prime sponsors and skills centers, and information on state services contractors.
Quantity: 12.71 cubic ft.
Language English.

Agency History

In 1973, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) was passed by the U.S. Congress, as Public Law 93-203. The establishment of the State Manpower Services Council was a direct result of this act. The purpose of CETA was to establish a system of federal, state, and local programs to provide job training and employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged, unemployed, and underemployed persons. Funds were granted to prime sponsors, which could be states, counties and/or cities with a population of 100,000 or more, and certain combinations of local governments.

Prime sponsors provided any type of manpower services which enabled individuals to secure and retain employment at their maximum capacity. Services provided included outreach, classroom and on-the-job training, recruitment, orientation, counseling, testing, placement, allowances, supportive services, payments or inducements to public or private employers to expand job opportunities, and transitional public service employment programs. Prime sponsors were required to submit a comprehensive manpower plan to the U.S. Secretary of Labor, which included performance goals, geographic areas to be served, and assurances. They also had to appoint and staff a Manpower Planning Council. In Texas, the majority of prime sponsors for manpower programs have been multigovernments, usually referred to as consortia; many populous counties and cities have operated as single prime sponsors. Areas of the state not covered by these prime sponsors, known as Balance of the State (BOS), have been represented by the Governor.

The Governor, as Chief Planning Officer of the State, was required to coordinate policies, plans, and services for manpower programs throughout the state. The State Manpower Services Council (SMSC), established on May 30, 1974, by Executive Order 14, was created to serve as an advisory body to assist the Governor in coordinating prime sponsor and State manpower activities. Council members were appointed by the Governor, according to a federally established representation formula--1/3 or more members were prime sponsors; one member each from the Board of Education, Texas Employment Commission, and other state agencies selected by the Governor; and representatives of organized labor, business and industry, community-based organizations, client groups served, and the general public. Members served for one year, later for indefinite terms. The Chair initially was designated to be the Director of the Division of Planning Coordination, later was changed to a Governor-appointed position.

Responsibilities of the Council were to review and monitor manpower plans and programs of prime sponsors and state agencies; make recommendations for improving the coordination and effectiveness of manpower activities and programs; aggregate the plans of prime sponsors into a statewide plan to be submitted, with the Governor's approval, to the Department of Labor; make an annual report to the Governor; and issue reports, studies and other documentation to assist prime sponsors.

The Council received staff support from the Governor's Office, Division of Planning Coordination, Human Resources Section. The staff obtained plans and modifications, operating and progress reports, and other materials used in reviews of manpower plans and for monitoring program activities and services; assisted in developing recommendations to the Governor, prime sponsors, state agencies, and the public; and provided administrative and management support to the Council. The Council used the services of several state agencies to assist with their manpower directives and activities.

The Texas Department of Community Affairs was the Governor's designee to act as prime sponsor for areas not covered by local prime sponsors, known as Balance of the State (BOS). This Department was also responsible for assuring the participation and cooperation of all state agencies with local and state-wide manpower programs. The Prime Sponsor Planning Council was created to act as an advisory body to the Texas Department of Community Affairs in its role as Balance of State Prime Sponsor.

The Texas Employment Commission worked with prime sponsors in identifying and referring potential clients to manpower program operations. They also assisted with the placement of manpower program trained clients. The Texas Education Agency provided or approved education programs and facilities for institutional training of manpower clients. A number of other state agencies worked with SMSC to provide helpful services to state and local manpower programs and clients.

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Scope and Contents

Types of materials present include minutes and agenda, correspondence, memorandums, reports, profiles of SMSC centers, evaluations of contractors, proposals, applications, and various printed materials. These records cover the period 1973-1979 and reflect Texas State Manpower Services Council activity with the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act program. Staff support for the SMSC was provided by the Governor's Office, Division of Planning Coordination. Services available through this program (CETA) included manpower, training, and supportive services for a variety of workers, including migrants and Indians. Also present are profiles of prime sponsors and skills centers, and information on state services contractors.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Records

These records are organized into six series and numerous subseries:
Meeting files, 1974-1978, 6.24 cubic ft.
Reports, 1974-1979, 3 cubic ft.
General files, 1974-1979, 2 cubic ft.
Migrant proposals, 1976-1978, 1 cubic ft.
Indian manpower programs, 1973-1978, 0.24 cubic ft.
Reference materials, 1975-1978, 0.23 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

None.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
United States. Comprehensive Employment and Training Act.
Texas. Prime Sponsor Planning Council.
Texas. Office of the Governor. Division of Planning Coordination.
Subjects:
Manpower policy--Texas.
Migrant labor--Employment--Texas.
Document Types:
Minutes--Texas--Manpower policy--1973-1979.
Correspondence--Texas--Manpower policy--1973-1979.
Reports--Texas--Manpower policy--1973-1979.
Grant proposals--Texas--Manpower policy--1973-1979.
Memorandums--Texas--Manpower policy--1973-1979.
Agendas--Texas--Manpower policy--1976-1978.
Proposals--Texas--Manpower policy--1976-1978.
Notes--Texas--Manpower policy--1976-1978.
Functions:
Advising manpower policy.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Office of the Governor, Division of Budget and Planning, Governor's correspondence, 1983, 1987-1990, 3 cubic ft.
Texas Office of the Governor, Division of Budget and Planning, Records, 1973-1980, 5.5 linear ft.
Texas Office of the Governor, Division of Budget and Planning, Records, 1918, 1953-1982, 39 cubic ft.
Texas Office of the Governor, Division of Budget and Planning, Records, 1972-1981, 4 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Records, State Manpower Services Council, Texas Office of the Governor. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1989/054, 1990/157

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Governor's Office of Budget and Planning, through the Records Management Division of the State Library, on December 6, 1988. Additional records were transferred by the Texas Department of Community Affairs, Manpower Services Division (via the Records Management Division of the Texas State Library) to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission on June 19, 1990.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, February 1989

Tony Black, November 1990

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Meeting files, 1974-1978,
6.24 cubic ft.

Materials present include minutes, agenda, reports, proposals, correspondence, memorandums, notes, membership lists, copies of federal laws and other printed material. These records cover the period 1974-1978 and document meetings and activities of the State Manpower Services Council, the Prime Sponsor Planning Council, and their committees. Permanent committees of the State Manpower Services Council were: Policy Committee, Planning and Coordination Committee, Review Committee, and Special Projects Committee. During each meeting, the Council had a general meeting, followed by Committee meetings.
Organization of the Records
These records are organized into three subseries:
Original meeting files, 1976-1978, 1 cubic ft.
Agenda books, 1974-1978, 4.75 cubic ft.
Prime Sponsor Planning Council meeting files, 1974-1975, 0.49 cubic ft.
Original meeting files, 1976-1978,
1 cubic ft.
Files contain meeting agendas for the State Manpower Services Council and committee meetings; minutes of previous meetings; reports, proposals, prime sponsor monitoring reports and other items presented during the meetings; meeting notices; letters; memorandums; notes; and issues of the Federal Register and copies of other printed materials. Dates covered are 1976-1978.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically by month and/or meeting dates.
Box folder
1989/054-5 1. Originals, Feb. 26-27, 1976
2. Originals, March - April, 1976
3. Originals, July - Aug. 25-26, 1976
4. Originals, Dec., 1976 - Jan., 1977
5. Originals, March 31 - April, 1977
6. Originals, April - May, 1977
7. Originals, July, 1977
8. Originals, August, 1977
9. Originals, Oct., 1977
10. Originals, Oct. - Nov., 1977 - Sept., 1978
Agenda books, 1974-1978,
4.75 cubic ft.
Files contain meeting agendas for the State Manpower Services Council and committee meetings; minutes of previous meetings; reports, proposals, prime sponsor monitoring reports and other items presented during the meetings; committee chairmen's meeting outlines and meeting reports; copies of printed materials; and a few letters. Dates covered are 1974-1978. A full set of the agenda books was transferred to the Archives in 1988. In 1990 a partial set of books was transferred which cover some of the same years. These were retained as they contain some differences such as annotations and additions or deletions.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically by meeting dates. General council meetings are filed first followed by committee meetings. [See also Box 1990/157-1]
Accession Information
A full set of the agenda books was transferred in the accession of December 6, 1988. Agenda books for most of the meetings of 1974 and 1975 (not in binders) were transferred by the Texas Department of Community Affairs, Manpower Services Division (via the Records Management Division of the Texas State Library) to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commisison on June 19, 1990. These are retained because they are not identical to the agenda books of the previous accession, but contain some differences, such as annotations and additions or deletions.
Box
1989/054-6 Agenda book 1, May 31, 1974
Agenda book 2, June 29, 1974
Agenda book 3, August 28, 1974
Agenda book 4, September 18-19, 1974
Agenda book 5, October 16, 1974
Agenda book 6, December 12-13, 1974
Agenda book 7, January 28-29, 1975
Agenda book 8, February 26-27, 1975
Box
1989/054-7 Agenda book 9, April 10-11, 1975
Agenda book 10, May 23, 1975,
2 volumes
Agenda book 11, June 19-20, 1975
Agenda book 12, July 31 - August 1, 1975
Agenda book 13, September 18-19, 1975
Agenda book 14, October 30-31, 1975
Agenda book 15, November 17, 1975
Box
1989/054-8 Agenda book 16, January 15-16, 1976
Agenda book 17, February 26-27, 1976
Agenda book 18, April 29-30, 1976
Agenda book 19, May 27-28, 1976
Agenda book 20, August 25-26, 1976
Agenda book 21, November 3-4, 1976
Box
1989/054-9 Agenda book 22, February 2-3, 1977
Agenda book 23, March 31 - April 1, 1977
Agenda book 24, May 19-20, 1977
Agenda book 25, July 7-8, 1977
Agenda book 26, August 11-12, 1977
Agenda book 27, October 13-14, 1977
Agenda book 28, September 25-26, 1978
Box folder
1990/157-1 1. Agenda Book, June 28, 1974
2. Agenda Book, August 28, 1974
3. Agenda Book, September 18-19, 1974
4. Agenda Book, October 16, 1974
5. Agenda Book, December 12-13, 1974
6. Agenda Book, January 29, 1975
7. Agenda Book, February 26-27, 1975
8. Agenda Book, April 10-11, 1975
9. Agenda Book, A-K, May 23, 1975
10. Agenda Book, P-X, May 23, 1975
11. Agenda Book, June 19-20, 1975
12. Agenda Book, July 31 - August 1, 1975
13. Agenda Book, September 18-19, 1975
14. Agenda Book, October 30-31, 1975
Prime Sponsor Planning Council meeting files, 1974-1975,
0.49 cubic ft.
These files contain agenda, minutes, organizational charts, membership lists, maps, copies of federal laws and regulations, statements of responsibilities, policy recommendations, forms, etc. for the Prime Sponsor Planning Council and its committees. Dates covered are 1974-1975.
The Prime Sponsor Planning Council, an advisory body appointed by the Texas Department of Community Affairs, was composed of representatives of the Balance of State geographic area (i.e., the 161 counties in Texas that did not qualify as prime sponsors), and was chosen from local elected officials, representatives of the client community, community-based organizations, the Employment Service, education and training agencies and institutions, business, labor, and agriculture. It contained three committees: the Planning Committee, the Program Operations Committee, and the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Box folder
1990/157-1 15. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, May 30, 1974
16-17. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, September 26, 1974
Box folder
1990/157-2 1-2. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, March 11, 1975
3. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, March 27, 1975
4. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, October 29, 1975
5. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meeting, Miscellaneous

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Reports, 1974-1979,
3 cubic ft.

Profiles and monitoring checklists of prime sponsors and skills centers, quarterly progress reports of prime sponsors, and evaluation and performance reports of state services contractors. Dates covered are 1974-1979. These records discuss the prime sponsors, skills centers, and contractors which worked with the State Manpower Services Council and the various CETA programs.
Organization of the Records
These records are organized into four subseries:
Prime sponsors monitoring checklists, 1974-1977, 0.65 cubic ft.
Skills centers profiles, 1975, fractional
Prime sponsors progress reports, 1974-1979, 2.10 cubic ft.
State services contractors reports, 1975, 1978, 0.25 cubic ft.
Prime sponsors monitoring checklists, 1974-1977,
0.65 cubic ft.
These are profiles of prime sponsors, including information on program goals, organization, and management; characteristics of the area served; amount of CETA funds; sub-contractors; enrollment, component, and supportive services offered; services available to job ready clients; non-financial agreements; programs funded by CETA other than prime sponsor funds; coordination with state and local agencies; overall program concept and design; roster of local Manpower Planning Council or group; CETA manpower training programs; and organizational charts of the manpower group and client activity. Dates covered are 1974-1977.
Arrangement
Arranged into three alphabetical sets of records, each set covering a different year.
Monitoring checklists, 1975:
Box folder
1989/054-10 1. A-B
2. C
3. D-E
4. F-Ha
5. He-Ho
6. N-S
7. T-W
Monitoring checklists, 1976:
Box folder
1989/054-10 8. A-B
9. Ca
10. Ce-Co
11. D
12. E
13. F
14. G
15. Ha
16. Hi-Ho
17. N-P
18. R-S
19. T-W
Monitoring checklists, 1977:
Box folder
1989/054-10 20. A - Ca
21. Ce - D
22. E
23. F
24. G - Ha
25. Hi - Ho
26. L - P
27. R - S
28. T - W
Skills centers profiles, 1975,
fractional
Profiles or information sheets on four joint SMSC skills centers, dated 1975. Data given includes education courses offered; operations; educational, counseling, and supportive services offered; financial activity; coordination with prime sponsors, TEA or other manpower related agencies; and performance factors--problems encountered, individuals contacted, and projected budget.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically.
Box folder
1989/054-10 29. Dallas, Fort Worth
30. Houston
31. San Antonio
Prime sponsors progress reports, 1974-1979,
2.10 cubic ft.
Progress reports of prime sponsors, primarily quarterly, a few yearly or at other intervals, dated 1974-1979. These reports contain summaries of enrollment data, financial activity, and client characteristics. Following these reports are two reports summarizing the quarterly progress reports through statistical compilations, for the first two quarters of FY 1978.
Arrangement
Progress reports arranged into four alphabetical sets of records, each set covering a different fiscal year. Summary reports follow.
Progress reports, 1974-1975:
Box folder
1989/054-10 32. Check-in sheets
33. A - B
34. Ca
35. Ce - Co
36. D
37. E - F
38. G - Ha
39. He
40. Hi - Ho
41. N - P
42. S
43. T - W
Progress reports, 1975-1976:
Box folder
1989/054-10 44. Check-in sheets
45. Alamo Area Consortium
46. Balance of State
47. Cameron County
Box folder
1989/054-11 1. Capital Area Consortium
2. Central Texas Consortium
3. Coastal Bend Consortium
4. Dallas (city)
5. Dallas County
6. El Paso city/county
7. Fort Worth Consortium
8. Galveston County
9. Gulf Coast Consortium
10. Harris County
11. Hidalgo/Willacy Consortium
12. Houston (city)
13. North Texas Consortium
14. Panhandle Consortium
15. Region XI Consortium
16. South East Texas Consortium
17. Tarrant County
18. Webb County
Progress reports, 1976-1977:
Box folder
1989/054-11 19. Check-in sheets
20. Abilene
21. Alamo Area Consortium
22. Balance of State
23. Cameron County
24. Capital Area Consortium
25. Central Texas Consortium
26. Coastal Bend Consortium
27. Dallas (city)
28. Dallas County
29. El Paso city/county
30. Fort Worth Consortium
31. Galveston County
32. Gulf Coast Consortium
33. Harris County
34. Hidalgo/Willacy Consortium
35. Houston (city)
36. Lubbock
37. North Texas Consortium
38. Panhandle Consortium
39. Pasadena Consortium
Box folder
1989/054-12 1. Region XI Consortium
2. South East Texas Consortium
3. Tarrant County
4. Webb County
Progress reports, 1977-1978 (1979):
Box folder
1989/054-12 5. Check-in sheets
6. Abilene
7. Alamo Area Consortium
8. Balance of State
9. Cameron County
10. Capital Area Consortium
11. Central Texas Consortium
12. Coastal Bend Consortium
13. Dallas (city)
14. Dallas County
15. East Texas Consortium
16. El Paso city/county
17. Fort Worth Consortium
18. Galveston County
19. Gulf Coast Consortium
20. Harris County
21. Hidalgo County
22. Houston (city)
23. Lubbock
24. North Texas Consortium
25. Penhandle Consortium
26. Pasadena Consortium
27. Region XI Consortium
28. South East Texas Consortium
29. Tarrant County
30. Webb County
31. FY 78 Prime Sponsors Desk Monitoring, 1st Quarter
32. 2nd Quarter
State services contractors reports, 1975, 1978,
0.25 cubic ft.
Evaluation reports of state services contractors-- state agencies, and national, state and local associations; and a mid-year performance report on these contractors. Records date from 1975 and 1978 .
Organization of the Records
These records are organized into two subseries:
Evaluation reports, 1975, 0.25 cubic ft.
Performance report, 1978, fractional
Evaluation reports, 1975,
0.25 cubic ft.
Evaluation reports of state services contractors with the CETA program. Reports, 1975, specify the type of contract, services offered, quantified goals, background data on the agency performing the services, funding, evaluation procedures, program operations, program analysis and evaluation, major concerns of the reviewer against the program, and conclusions and recommendations. Programs with specific problems were then notified of the problems and the steps needed to correct it. Correspondence concerning problems usually accompanies the evaluation report.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically.
Evaluation reports, 1975
Box folder
1989/054-12 33. C-E
34. G-I
35. O-S
36. TEA
37. TEC, Texas A&M
38. Texas A. R. C., Texas Rehabilitation Commission
39. Texas Water Control Board
Performance report, 1978,
fractional cubic ft.
A progress report on state services contractors for the first half of FY 1978. Information is provided on each contractor, including contract recipients, contract amounts, description of contracts, services provided, staff organization, administrative costs, prime sponsors receiving services, coordination with prime sponsors, characteristics of clients served, and problems encountered and recommendations.
Arrangement
The records consist of a single report.
Box folder
1989/054-12 40. Mid-Year Review State Services Contracts, FY 78

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General files, 1973-1979,
2 cubic ft.

Correspondence and administrative files of regional consortiums, agencies, organizations, and consultants working with the State Manpower Services Council and its manpower programs. Dates covered are 1973-1979.
Organization of the Records
These records are organized into two subseries:
Consortium and agency files, 1973-1979, 1 cubic ft.
Consultant files, 1974-1976, 1 cubic ft.
Consortium and agency files, 1973-1979,
1 cubic ft.
Files contain correspondence, memorandums, notes, proposals, applications, reports, and printed materials. Preceding these files are a few topical or administrative files, including lists of State Manpower Services Council members, legal materials, meeting photographs, background materials on the SMSC, nominations, appointments, reading files, and incoming correspondence. These are general files of regional consortiums and agencies--generally prime sponsors, involved in the state's manpower programs. Files are dated 1973-1979.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically.
Box folder
1989/054-13 1. SMSC member list
2. Legal notices
3. Other newspaper publications
4. Sample A-95 Letter E, review letter
5. Joint Signatures - TDCA
6. SMSC photographs
7. Background work on SMSC composition
8. SMSC Nominations
9. SMSC reading file
10. Out of state requests
11-13. Incoming correspondence - TDCA
14. SMSC Incoming Correspondence
15. Correspondence re: SMSC Appointments
16. CETA Fund Reallocations
Consortium - agency files:
Box folder
1989/054-13 17. Advisory Council on Technical Vocational Education in Texas, William L. Jones, Jr.
18. Alamo Area Consortium
19. Balance of State
20. Business and Industry - William Driskill
21. Cameron County
22. Capital Area Consortium
23. Central Texas Consortium
24. Coastal Bend Consortium
25. Community-Based Organizations Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc.
26. Dallas (city)
27. Dallas County
28. El Paso Consortium
29. Fort Worth Consortium
30. G. I. Forum
31. Galveston County
32. Gulf Coast Manpower Con., E.E. Brewer
33. Harris County
34. Heart of Texas Consortium
35. Hidalgo-Willacy Consortium
36. Houston (city)
37. Lubbock
38. LULAC
39. North Texas Consortium
40. Organized Labor, Texas AFL-CIO, Harry Hubbard
41. Panhandle Manpower Consortium
42. Pasadena
43. Public Representative - Mable Chandler
44. - Robert J. Mullins
45. Region XI Consortium
46. Service, Employment, and Redevelopment, William Cruz
47. South East Texas Consortium
48. State Agency - Department of Public Welfare, Raymond Vowell
49. - Texas Employment Commission, Joe D. Gunn
50. - Texas Industrial Commission, Gerald Brown
51. Tarrant County
52. Texas Association of Community Action Agencies, S.A. Anderson
53. Texas Department of Community Affairs
54. [Texas Department of Community Affairs, correspondence, 1978]
55. Vocational education, Texas Education agency, Dr. M.L. Brockette
56. West Central Texas COG
57. Webb County
Consultant files, 1974-1976,
1 cubic ft.
Files contain memorandums, correspondence, agreements, notes, reports, meeting minutes, printed materials, and copies of federal laws. General files of individual consultants and organizations involved in the state's manpower programs. Files are dated 1974-1976.
Arrangement
Records are unarranged.
Box folder
1989/054-14 1. Ludin, Ron
2. Hale, Gwen
3. Dr. Ray Marshall, Director, Center for Study of Human Resources, UT-Austin
4. Myra Robinson, Big Spring
5. P.L. 93-641
6. DOL - Reading File - One year or older
7. Dr. Lew Earl, Consultant payment
8. Consultant resources
9. Leo Bounds reading file
10. SMSC [reading file, 1974-1975]
11. SMSC [reading file, 1974-1975]
12. SMSC Reading file - one year or older [1974]
13. SMSC Reading file [1974]
14. Incoming correspondence, current
15. CETA Reading file - one year or older
Reading files:
Box folder
1989/054-14 16. June - 1975
17. July - 1975
18. August - 1975
19. September - 1975
20. October - 1975
21. November - 1975
22. December - 1975
23. January - 1976
24. February - 1976
25. March - 1976
26. April - 1976
27. May - 1976
28. June - 1976
29. July - 1976
30. August - 1976
31. September - 1976
32. October - 1976
33. November - 1976
34. December - 1976
35. Memos from Governor's Office
36. BOS Prime Sponsor Meetings
37. G. I. Forum, Veterans Outreach Program
38. SER, 1974
39. Prime Sponsor Planning Council Meetings
40. Governor's Office of Migrant Affairs
41. Rudy Flores
42. Image
43. LULAC

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Migrant proposals, 1976-1978,
1 cubic ft.

Proposals for grants to provide manpower, training, and supportive services for migrants and seasonal farmworkers, consisting of grant applications; incorporation, bylaws, and other data on the organization to provide the services; objectives of the program; goals and priorities; performance standards; description of economic conditions; analysis of labor market and social services; participants to be served; services to be provided; contracts and agreements; financial information; assurances; and letters of support. Dates covered are 1976-1978. Areas not covered by specific organizations were included in the proposals submitted by the Governor's Office of Migrant Affairs. One proposal does not request CETA funding; instead, it requests funds for food and nutrition assistance.
Arrangement
Records are unarranged.
Box
1989/054-15 Regional Migrant Manpower Program, Economic Opportunities Development Corporation, 1976
Community Action Council of South Texas, 1977
Community Food and Nutrition Program, Texas Migrant Council, 1978
Special Residential Skill Training and Employment Program, Motivation Education & Training, 1977
A Statewide Comprehensive Manpower Plan for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers, Governor's Office of Migrant Affairs, 1976, FY 1977-1978
Funding Request, Manpower Education and Training, 1977
(3 folders)
Funding Request for CETA 303 Farmworker Program, Associated City-County Economic Development Corporation of Hidalgo County, 1976
Farmworker Youth Community Conservation & Improvement Projects for Texas and Louisiana, Motivation Education & Training, 1978
Farmworker Youth Employment & Training Program for Texas & Louisiana, Motivation Education & Training, 1978
Proposal for St. Edward's University YETP Program, 1978
Governor's Office on Migrant Affairs, 1977
Farmworker Training & Employment in Conjunction with Rural Economic Development, Southwest Council for Economic Development, 1978
A Regional Comprehensive Manpower Plan for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers..., Governor's Office of Migrant Affairs, FY 1978-1979

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Indian manpower programs, 1973-1978,
0.24 cubic ft.

Files contain correspondence, grant applications and modifications, and reference materials concerning starting up a manpower program and on areas to receive manpower services. These files cover the period 1973-1978 and pertain to the Indian manpower training programs--Indian Employment Training Service.
Arrangement
Records are unarranged.
Box folder
1989/054-16 1. Indian manpower programs, correspondence, 1974-76
2. Texas Indian Commission, meeting agenda and reference materials, 1976
3-8. Indian Employment Training Service
3. grant application, report of federal cash transactions, 1976
4. modification to grant application, August, 1976
5. January, 1977
6-7. August, 1977
8. [grant application, August - December, 1978]

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Reference materials, 1975-1978,
0.23 cubic ft.

Files consist of issues or copies of published or printed materials, newsletters, and correspondence concerning CETA rules and regulations, changes in legislation, and materials specifically relating to migrants. Files are dated 1975-1978.
Arrangement
Records are unarranged.
Box folder
1989/054-16 9-11. CETA - Laws and Regulations
12. 303 - Migrants - CETA

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