Chapter 6, Administrative Support Services, provides a framework of requirements for contractors in broad administrative tasks. Requirements are detailed in the following sections within the chapter: Leaves and Absences; Enrollments, Transfers, and Separations; Allowances and Allotments; Records Management; Rights; Clothing; and Transportation. Center operators must carry out administrative tasks consistent with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and Job Corps requirements contained herein. Contractors must ensure that students receive the support services and benefits necessary for successful participation in the Job Corps program. Contractor administrative functions include, but are not limited to, using tracking systems throughout students’ tenures found in the Job Corps Data Center’s Suite of Applications and in accordance with requirements in the PRH, implementing systems to orderly carry out requirements in the PRH, managing allowances and allotments, safeguarding Personally Identifiable Information (PII), managing all records in accordance with requirements, protecting religious freedom and civil rights of students, implementing process requirements regarding student complaints, and adhering to all motor vehicle requirements contained herein. Establishing uniform systems to account for and document student participation, attendance, achievement, and progress are required as well as creating an environment where students regard staff as supportive, caring, and dependable.