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Technical Advisories

Technical AdvisoryDescription Date Posted    
  • TA 14-11

    The purpose of this Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (WDS-TA) is to communicate New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) policy on the use of authorized funding to support Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) transition activities for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and to provide procedures on accessing such funding.

Policy and Procedures on Use of Local Workforce Investment Area Transition Funding to Implement the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act 12/19/2014
  • TA 11-12.2

    This Technical Advisory (TA) communicates New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) guidance regarding Eligibility and Data Element Validation (DEV) for the delivery of Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title IB, Wagner-Peyser (W-P), Veteran’s Employment and Training Service (VETS) and Trade Adjustment Assistance/Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance (TAA/TGAA) programs.

Data Element Validation for the Workforce Investment Act, Wagner-Peyser, Veterans Employment and Training Service and Trade Adjustment Assistance/Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance Programs 12/11/2014
  • TA 00-35.1

    The purpose of this Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (TA) is to provide guidance to chief-elected officials (CEOs) regarding legal restrictions on the undertaking of certain activities by Local Workforce Investment Boards and their staff. Please note that the policies outlined in this TA are consistent with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and this document will be reissued with new references once WIOA regulations are promulgated.

The Role of the Local Workforce Investment Board (LWIB) and Staff to the Board in the Provision of Participant Services in New York’s Career Center System 12/03/2014
  • TA 14-10

    The purpose of this Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (WDS-TA) is to communicate the New York State Department of Labor’s (NYSDOL’s) signatory policies and procedures for certain documents for entering into agreements with Career Center partners. Templates have been provided to assist in the development of agreement documents.

Memorandums of Understanding and Other Related Agreements 11/13/2014
  • TA 14-9

    The purpose of this Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (TA) is to inform local workforce investment areas (LWIAs) about the Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 and its impact on local governance and is an addendum to information found in Technical Advisory #01-19.1 Governance Issues for Local Workforce Investment Boards, dated March 2, 2010.

Effect of the Nonprofit Revitalization Act on Local Workforce Investment Areas 11/12/2014
  • TA 14-8

    This technical advisory establishes policy and procedure for the 2014 common measures/customer service indicators for the WIA Title 1B and Wagner Peyser programs.

NYS Policy on PY 2014 Common Measures/Customer Service Indicators for LWIA Performance for the WIA Title 1B Program and the Wagner-Peyser Act Program 08/01/2014
  • TA 13-8.1

    This TA advises LWIBs on the procedures the State of New York has established to close out TAA and WIA funds in a timely manner in accordance with federal requirements.

Final Closeout of TAA and WIA Funds 08/06/2014
  • TA 14-7

    This TA advises LWIBs on the implications of the Windsor decision on workforce programs.

Impact of the U. S. Supreme Court’s Decision in United States v. Windsor on Programs Operated Under Title IB of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program. 07/08/2014
  • TA 13-9.2

    This technical advisory provides a template and full instructions for the development of local plans for Program Year (PY) 2014 as they relate to Workforce Investment Act Title 1-B (WIA) and Wagner-Peyser (W-P) programs.

IA Title 1B Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests and Administration to Program Funds Transfer Requests 05/30/2014
  • TA 14-6

    This technical advisory provides a template and full instructions for the development of local plans for Program Year (PY) 2014 as they relate to Workforce Investment Act Title 1-B (WIA) and Wagner-Peyser (W-P) programs.

2014 Planning Guidelines for the Workforce Investment Act/Wagner-Peyser Local Plan for Program Year 2014 05/28/2014
  • TA 14-5

    This technical advisory announces USDOL’s approval of NYS waiver requests and provides a method for requesting use of the waiver to utilize funds for Incumbent Worker Training.

Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Waivers 05/20/2014
  • TA 06-16.2

    This Technical Advisory provides the New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) guidance on data entry procedures to support implementation of common measures and State functional alignment outlined in NYS Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (WDS-TA) #06-4 and WDS TA#06-10, effective July 1, 2006

L1 and L2 Service Definitions and Data Entry Procedures 04/12/2014
  • TA 06-16

    This Technical Advisory provides New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) Final Guidance on modifications to OSOS, and the associated data entry procedures to support implementation of common measures and State functional alignment outlined in NYS Workforce Development System Technical Advisory (WDS-TA) #06-4 and WDS-TA #06-10, effective July 1, 2006

OSOS Modifications and Data Entry Procedures for Recording Participant Information and Services in OSOS under Common Measures and Functional Alignment 09/26/2006
  • TA 14-4

    This Technical Advisory contains updated information relating to the Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) for 2014, which are used for eligibility and self-sufficiency purposes in the Workforce Investment Act.

Revision of the Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) for 2014 10/22/2014
  • TA 10-15.2

    This Technical Advisory contains updated information relating to written OJT policies that LWIAs are required to maintain.

Updated Local Workforce Investment Area On-the-Job-Training Policy 03/31/2014
  • TA 14-3

    Provides guidance to Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) for preparation and submittal of 2014 LWIB Regional Workforce Plans.

Local Workforce Investment Board 2014 Regional Planning Guidelines 03/31/2014
  • TA 13-7.2

    This Technical Advisory communicates the policies regarding the implementation of security guard training as part of the Experience Counts campaign for veterans.

Implementation of the Experience Counts Initiative for Security Guard Training 03/24/2014
  • TA 06-16.4

    This Technical Advisory contains updated information relating to guidance on data entry procedures to support implementation of common measures and State functional alignment and Level 1 Service Definitions.

Revised Level 1 Service Definitions and Data Entry Procedures 03/21/2014
  • TA 14-2

    This Technical Advisory provides protocols relating to the receipt of Ticket to Work revenues and requires an attestation relating to allowable costs.

Reporting Planned Expenditures with Revenue Earned from New York Employment Services System’s Administrative Employment Network 02/26/2014
  • TA 14-1

    The attached tables reflect the 100% and 200% Poverty Income Guidelines for 2014. Poverty income guidelines are used in the determination of low income eligibility for Workforce Investment Act (WIA) services.

Poverty Income Guidelines for 2014 02/04/2014
  • TA 11-2.3

    This TA clarifies and updates NYSDOLs procedures for LWIA Financial Reporting and Cash Draw down for WIA, TAA and other Federal funding

UPDATED Financial Reporting and Cash Draw-down Policy and Procedures for Workforce Investment Act, Trade Adjustment Act and Other Federal Funding 01/15/2014
TA 02-19.2 Submission of Discrimination Complaint Logs to New York State Workforce Investment Act Equal Opportunity Officer (NYS WIA EO Officer) 12/26/2013
TA 13-12 Policy on the Recapture and Redistribution of Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Formula Funds 11/04/2013
TA 13-11 WIA Quarterly Reporting Due Dates 10/29/2013
TA 13-9.1  WIA Title IB Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests and Administration to Program Funds Transfer Requests – Special Provisions Due to October 1, 2013 Federal Government Shut Down 10/09/2013
  • TA 13-07.1

    This technical advisory communicates information and guidance regarding New York StateImplementation of the Experience Counts Initiative for Security Guard Training.

Implementation of the Experience Counts Initiative for Security Guard Training 07/24/2013
TA 13-3.2 Policy on a Program Year (PY) 2012 Supplemental Allocation of State-Level Disclocated Worker Funds to the Local Workforce Investment Areas 06/20/2013
TA 12-14.1 Revised Policy on the Recapture and Redistribution of Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Formula Funds 06/14/2013
TA 13-9 Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title IB Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests and Administration to Program Funds Transfer Requests 06/05/2013
TA 13-4.1 Program Year 2013 Local Workforce Investment Board Regional Planning Guidelines - Revised 04/23/2013
  • TA 10-1.1

    This technical advisory communicates guidance to ensure that customers who are not proficient in English receive, free of charge, the language assistance necessary to afford them meaningful access to effectively participate in and benefit from all New York State Career Center programs, services, and information.

Language Interpretation Services Available at Career Centers 04/11/2013
  • TA 10-7.1

    This technical advisory communicates information about the Federal Bonding Program. In 1966, the United States Department of Labor created the Federal Bonding Program as a unique job placement tool to assist at-risk job applicants. This is done by providing fidelity bonding at no cost to an employer for the first six months of employment for hard-to-place job applicants.

Federal Bonding Program 03/01/2013
TA 12-17 New York State Program Year 2012 Common Measures/Customer Service Indicator Policy for Local Workforce Investment Area Performance for the Workforce Investment Act Title 1B Program and the Wagner-Peyser Act Program 12/14/2012
TA 12-16 Self-Sufficiency Earnings Estimator (SEE) 12/14/2012
TA 12-15 Reporting Instances of Suspected Fraud, Program Abuse and Criminal Conduct 11/06/2012
  • TA 12-12.1

    The United States Department of Labor is requires the implementation of a priority of service for all veterans and eligible spouses of veterans as part of the publicly-funded workforce investment system. This technical advisory communicates guidance on Veterans’ Priority of Service as promulgated in Federal regulation.

Implementation of Veterans’ Priority of Service for Covered Persons in Qualified USDOL Job Training Programs 10/29/2012
  • TA 12-13

    This technical advisory communicates guidelines on Workforce Investment Act (WIA) quarterly reporting periods and data entry due dates. Local Workforce Investment Boards must ensure that all necessary data entry is completed according to the outlined due dates.

WIA Quarterly Reporting Due Dates 09/14/2012
TA 12-11 Final Closeout of OJT NEG PY08 Stimulus Funds 08/29/2012
TA 12-10 Final Closeout of Federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 TAA Funds 07/25/2012
  • TA 12-9

    This technical advisory communicates updated policy regarding Selective Service (SS) registration requirements for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Males over the age of 18 must be registered with SS to be eligible for the WIA Adult, Dislocated Worker (DW) and Youth programs. The exceptions to the rule are described in the technical advisory.

Selective Service Registration Requirements under the Workforce Investment Act 07/01/2012
TA 12-5 Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title IB Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests and Administration to Program Funds Transfer Requests 05/30/2012
TA 12-4 Policy on a Program Year (PY) 2011 Supplemental Distribution of State-Level Dislocated Worker funds to the Local Workforce Investment Areas (LWIAs) 03/15/2012
TA 12-3 Policy on the Recapture and Redistribution of Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Formula Funds 03/15/2012
TA 12-1 Obsolete Technical Advisories (TAs) 01/06/2012
TA 01-12.1 Local Workforce Investment Areas' (LWIAs) Designated Equal Opportunity (EO) Officers 12/30/2011
TA 11-16 Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) and Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Requirements 12/29/2011
  • TA 11-15

    This technical advisory communicates guidance regarding the “Gold Card” initiative available to Post-9/11 Era Veterans. New York State Career Center staff is required offer all qualifying Post-9/11 Era veterans a “Gold Card,” thereby making them eligible to receive in-person Gold Card services.

Gold Card Service for Post-9/11 Veterans 12/14/2011
TA 11-14 USDOL Training and Employment Notice No. 3-11 10/17/2011
TA 11-13 New York State Program Year (PY) 2011 Incentive and Sanction Policy for Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) Performance for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title 1B Program and the Wagner-Peyser Act (W-P) Program
    Allowable Business Services
10/05/2011
TA 04-6.5 REVISED Guidance Regarding the TAA/TGAA Program Funding Caps Under the Trade Act Programs (the Trade Adjustment Assistance [TAA] Program and the Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance [TGAA] Program) 10/05/2011
TA 11-11 Mitigating Discriminatory Content in Job Orders on the New York Sate Job Bank 09/08/2011
  • TA 11-10

    CURRENTLY BEING REVISED: This technical advisory communicates guidelines concerning FTR occurrences by REA participants. The United States Department of Labor has provided Re-Employment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) Grants to offer enhanced services to recipients of regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. Federal guidance requires grant recipients to address each failure-to-report (FTR) and have the circumstances adjudicated by the UI Division.

CURRENTLY BEING REVISED: Failure to Report (FTR) Guidelines Relating to the Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) Program 09/07/2011
TA 11-9 Final Closeout of Federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2009 TAA Funds 08/11/2011
TA 11-8 Reminder and Update Regarding the Salary and Bonus Limitations in Public Law 109-234 07/07/2011
  • TA 11-7

    This technical advisory communicates policy on common enrollments, common date of enrollment and exit, and inclusion in performance measures of Workforce Investment Act.

Common Enrollments and Exits, and Inclusion in Workforce Investment Act and Wagner-Peyser Performance Measures 07/05/2011
TA 11-6 Final Closeout of Various Funding Sources 06/23/2011
TA 11-5 Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title IB Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests and Administration to Program Funds Transfer Requests 06/09/2011
TA 11-4 Policy on a PY 2011 Supplemental Distribution of State-Level Funds to Local Workforce Investment Areas (LWIAs) 06/08/2011
  • TA 10-15.1

    This technical advisory communicates policies regarding On-the-Job Training, including: requirements of Local Workforce Investment Areas; requirements of businesses under consideration for a publicly-funded OJT contracts; and a minimum list of business assurances must be included in every OJT contract.

Updated Local Workforce Investment Area On-the-Job Training Policy 11/24/2010
TA 09-1.2 Program Year 2010 WIA Dislocated Worker CFDA Number Update 10/27/2010
  • TA 10-17

    This technical advisory communicates policy and procedure for dealing with threatening or disruptive customers in New York’s Career Center System.

New York State Workforce System Disruptive Customer Policy 10/18/2010
TA 10-16 New York State Department of Labor One-Stop Manager’s Report on Services to Veterans 09/03/2010
  • TA 10-18

    This technical advisory communicates the requirement for One-Stop Operating System (OSOS) users to record, in OSOS, O*NET occupational titles for all Workforce Investment Act (WIA), NEG, TAA, TGAA and Section 599 approved participants at the point of enrollment in training and at the point of placement.

Recording O*NET Occupational Training Titles in OSOS 08/25/2010
  • TA 10-13

    To inform Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) of the State’s Incentive and Sanction policy for PY 2010 local area performance for the WIA Title 1B program and W-P program with regard to Common Measures Indicators, Customer Service Indicators and Other Management Indicators.
        OSOS Data Entry
        Training Analysis Form
        FAQs
        NWRC Testing Sites

REVISED New York State Program Year (PY) 2010 Incentive and Sanction Policy for Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) Performance for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title 1B Program and the Wagner-Peyser Act (W-P) Program 07/01/2010
TA 07-8.3 REVISED - Procedure for Requesting Discretionary WIA Dislocated Worker Funds for the Provision of Services to Dislocated Workers due to Substantial Layoffs or Plant Closings 7/1/2010
TA 10-12 One Stop Business Service Structure 06/25/2010
TA 10-11 Policy on the Recapture and Redistribution of Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) WIA Formula Funds and Recovery Act (ARRA) Funds 06/08/2010
TA 10-9

Final Closeout of Program Year 2007 WIA Funds Issued to Local Areas after June 30, 2009, Program Year 2008 WIA Formula and SWA funds issued for use in Program Year 2009

05/12/2010
  • TA 10-2

    This technical advisory communicates policy on the use of the Skills Matching and Referral Technology (SMART). SMART uses artificial intelligence software to analyze customer skills, work experience and talents within context. All customers must be registered for SMART and staff who work directly with customers, including partner staff, must be registered and trained to use SMART

SMART 2010

SMART 2010 FAQs

04/29/2010
TA 10-5 New Trade Act Reporting Requirements 04/21/2010
  • TA 10-3.1

    This technical advisory informs the need to collect and validate additional demographic information for participants who receive intensive and/or training services under Title I-B of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.

Requirements for the Collection of Additional Participant Demographic Information upon Receipt of Intensive or Training Services under Title I-B of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 10/22/2014
TA 09-21.2 UPDATED Reporting Requirements under Section 1512 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) 3/31/2010
TA 10-4 Elevate America 03/26/2010
TA 01-19.1 Governance Issues for Local Workforce Investment Boards 03/02/2010
TA 09-14.1 RESCINDED: Implementation of Veteran's Priority of Service for Covered Persons in Qualified USDOL Job Training Programs 12/30/2009
  • TA 08-4.1

    This technical advisory establishes guidance and policy for the effective use of initial assessment. The initial assessment should identify a customer’s knowledge, skills and abilities to support their employment goal, and identify supportive service needs, based on an analysis of information gathered from the customer through a registration form, résumé, supplemental data collection tools and/or an interview. The initial assessment is also used to determine the level of services that should be provided to customers of the New York State Career Center System.

Effective Use of Initial Assessment in the Workforce Investment One-Stop System 10/09/2009
  • TA 09-17

    This technical advisory communicates that an Individual Employment Plan/Training Plan (IEP/TP) must be created for every customer entering training; provides guidance on the use of IEPs/TPs to justify and plan training; and outlines minimum criteria for an IEP/TP.

Individual Employment Plans/Training Plans for WIA Participants in Training 10/09/2009
TA 09-9.1 Notification of State Policy on the 50 Percent Training Expenditure Requirement for WIA American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Funds and REVISED Expenditure Reporting Requirements for Training, Needs Related Payments and Supportive Services 7/23/2009
TA 09-18 Financial Oversight 06/18/2009
TA 09-12 Policy on the Recapture and Redistribution of Local Workforce Investment Area (LWIA) WIA Formula Funds and Recovery Act funds 05/27/2009
  • TA 09-2

    This technical advisory communicates the policies regarding justification, approval authority, Local Workforce Investment Area responsibilities, and state priorities regarding Individual Training Account mechanism for funding training.

Individual Training Account (ITA) Approval Policy 03/09/2009
TA 09-5 NYS Policy Renovation Costs Allowable Against WIA Funds 02/27/2009
TA 08-9 Impact of the Martinez v. County of Monroe Decision on Programs Operated Under Title IB of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) 12/15/2008
TA 08-8 RESCINDED: State Policy Guidelines on Data Element Validation (DEV) under the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration’s (USDOL/ETA) Common Measures Policy and Functional Alignment 11/03/2008
TA 02-10.1 REVISED: New York State Department of Labor’s Methods of Administration 03/25/2008
TA 02-6.1 Revised Implementation of the Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Policy and Complaint Processing Procedures of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, Revised December 2007 12/04/2007
TA 07-1 Re-Employment Operating System (REOS) Confidentiality Agreements 01/03/2007
TA 06-20 Functional Alignment Staff Oversight and Supervision 12/07/2006
TA 06-18 Implementing the Salary and Bonus Limitations in Public Law 109-234 10/20/2006
TA 06-7 State Policy Guidelines for Local Workforce Investment Areas (LWIAs) Regarding the Determination of Eligibility of Training Offerings and the Establishment of the Eligible Training Provider List (ETP) 05/25/2006
TA 00-41.2 Revised One-Stop Operating System (OSOS) Confidentiality Agreements 04/24/2006
TA 06-3.2 Revised: State Policy Guidelines and Required Action for Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) Regarding Functional Alignment for the Delivery of WIA Title IB and Wagner-Peyser Workforce Services (The revision includes Questions and Answers regarding Functional Alignment and new Budget forms and instructions.) 4/19/2006
TA 06-3 State Policy Guidelines and Required Action for Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) Regarding Functional Alignment for the Delivery of WIA Title IB and Wagner-Peyser Workforce Services
   Revision #2
   Revision #1
03/23/2006
TA 05-15 Technical Assistance and Clarifying Guidance Regarding Oversight and Monitoring Responsibilities for CLEOs and LWIBs - Amended Information 08/18/2005
TA 05-14 WIA Quarterly Reporting Methods and Due Dates for Users and Non-Users of America's OSOS 07/29/2005
TA 05-6 Requirements of the LWIA Compliance Plans for Modifying Proprietary Case Management and Reporting Systems 05/03/2005
TA 05-3.1 Planning Guidelines for the Comprehensive Three-Year Local Plan - Reissued March 23, 2005 03/23/2005
TA 05-2 LWIA plans and strategies to comply with reporting requirements under the U.S. Department of Labor’s (USDOL) “Common Measures Policy” and “ETA Management Information and Longitudinal Evaluation (EMILE) Reporting System” 02/04/2005
TA 04-21 WIA Work Experience Programs and Employer Liability for Unemployment Insurance Coverage 11/26/2004
TA 04-20 Revised Policy Regarding the Purchase of Computers Under the Trade Reform Act of 2002 10/26/2004
TA 04-19 Technical Assistance and Clarifying Guidance regarding Oversight and Monitoring Responsibilities for Chief Local Elected Officials and Local Workforce Investment Boards 11/19/2004
TA 01-18.2 Timely Submissions of WIA, TANF Summer Youth, and Trade Adjustment Act Funds for Individual Training Plans Financial Reports - Revised Information 08/25/2004
TA 04-14 Interpretive Services for One Stop Customers with Limited English Proficiency 08/09/2004
TA 04-6

Guidance on Integrating Services Under the Trade Act Programs
  Revision #1
  Revision #2
  Revision #3

05/18/2004
TA 04-4 Monthly WIA Customer Contact File 04/15/2004
TA 01-18.1 Timely Submission of WIA and TANF Summer Youth Financial Reports - Revised Information 08/21/2003
TA 03-4 Local Area Procurement of One Stop Swipe Card Systems 03/31/2003
TA 02-18 Policy for the Reallocation of Recaptured Workforce Investment Area (WIA) Funds After the Two-Year Availability Period 10/07/2002
TA 02-17 Revision of Comprehensive Five-Year Local Plans Under WIA 08/15/2002
TA 02-15 TA #02-15 - Local Workforce Investment Areas' Designated Youth Services Point of Contact 07/01/2002
TA 02-12 WIA Quarterly Reporting Methods and Due Dates for Users and Non-Users of America's One-Stop Operating System 06/03/2002
TA 02-4 New OSOS Security Permissions and Security Request Procedures 03/05/2002
TA 01-27 Instructions for Retention of Records for Local Workforce Investment Areas 12/27/2001
TA 01-10.1 Revision to TANF Summer 2001 Youth Employment Program 06/22/2001
TA 01-16 Orientation and Mobility Primer 06/22/2001
TA 01-14 Core Services for Adults (Job Seekers) as Recommended by the WIA State Agency Partners Table 06/14/2001
TA 01-13 TA 01-13 - Core Services for Business as Recommended by the WIA State Agency Partners Table 06/13/2001
TA 01-12 Local Workforce Investment Areas' Designated Equal Opportunity Officers 05/31/2001
TA 01-11 Maintaining One Stop Operating System (OSOS) Availability 05/31/2001
TA 01-9 Implementation of Comprehensive Youth Services Under the Workforce Investment Act and Local Area Youth Councils 05/10/2001
TA 01-6 Employed Worker Training & Adjustments to the WIA Adult Earnings Performance Measures 04/30/2001
TA 01-05.1 Revised Information - Customized Training Costs 03/12/2002
TA 01-4 Membership Changes to Local Area Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) 04/03/2001
TA 01-3 WIA Title IB Adult and Dislocated Worker Transfer Requests 02/26/2001
TA 01-2 Implementation of the Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Provisions of WIA 01/22/2001
TA 00-40.1 Revision to Technical Advisory #00-40 12/05/2000
TA 00-43 Transmittal of Customer Satisfaction Survey Template 12/05/2000
TA 00-42 Workforce Development System Technical Advisories and New "Information Memos" 11/14/2000
TA 00-41.1 Revision to TA 00-41 02/16/2001
TA 00-40 Procedure for Processing Non-Criminal Complaints and Grievances at the Local Workforce Investment Area (Local Area) Level
   Revision #1
10/16/2000
TA 00-37 E-Mail Notification of Technical Advisories 09/18/2000
TA 00-35 The Role of the Local Workforce Investment Board and Board Staff Members in the Provision of Services in the One-Stop System 08/09/2000
TA 00-23.1 U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Employment & Training Programs 07/14/2000
TA 00-21 Accessibility of One-Stop Systems to Individuals with Disabilities 05/17/2000
TA 00-9 Preparation of Local Lists of Demand Occupations 02/25/2000
TA 00-1.1 Guidelines for Cost Allocation and ResourceSharing in the One-Stop Systems 01/03/2000

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