That's what it means to me---this policy makes provision for integration..., i.e. the policy is designed in such a way that the goal of integration is not hindered, maybe even fostered. But that is not the primary goal of the policy.
It doesn't make the stronger statement that the policy accomplishes that goal, just that it doesn't make it harder to achieve.
Exgerman has suggested one extreme, but we see the opposite extreme in "His Will provides for a million-dollar bequest to the Smithsonian". The money will definitely have to be paid. The sense of simply 'not hindering' is totally absent.
When we say that President Obama's Affordable Care Act 'provides for' universal health care, we mean that the goal is mandated, not just that it is not hindered.