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Chapter : Veterans’ Employment and Training Service
Veterans’ Employment and Training Service
- INTRODUCTION 887
- CONGRESSIONAL ACTION 888
- INFORMATION SOURCES 889
The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS), a component of the Department of Labor, is administered by the assistant secretary for veterans’ employment and training. The assistant secretary is responsible for ensuring that the policies of the secretary of labor regarding national employment and training programs for veterans are carried out by the local public employment services and private-sector contractors. The assistant secretary is also responsible for promulgating policies, procedures, and training opportunities mandated by legislation for veterans and other eligible persons, with priority services ...