The U.S. Department of Labor drew upon the authority of the Wagner-Peyser Act to codify the requirements of the Richey Order. The regulations governing the Monitor Advocate System are found at 20 CFR 651.10, 653, 654, and 658.
Most frequently used citations
20 CFR 653 - SERVICES OF THE WAGNER-PEYSER ACT EMPLOYMENT SERVICE SYSTEM
Frequently used 653 citations:
- 653.107 Outreach and Agricultural Outreach Plan
- 653.108 State Workforce Agency and State Monitor Advocate responsibilities
- Subpart F - Agricultural Recruitment System for U.S. Workers (ARS)
- 653.503 Field checks
View the U.S. Department of Labor’s information quality guidelines:
Department of Labor Requests by Year
How do I submit an information quality correction request to the Department of Labor?
An information quality correction request should be made with the appropriate program office responsible for the information. Submit your request to the appropriate agency Point of Contact from the chart provided below.
How do I make an administrative appeal?
An administrative appeal should be made to the program office responding to the original information quality correction request.
What if I don’t know what program office to direct my request or appeal to?
Information Management Program
Office of the Chief Information Officer
U.S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20210
Peer Review Agenda
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