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The Brevard County Health Department has received reports of sporadic influenza activity in our county (January 2013) Influenza activity will most likely increase as ...
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Co-Enrollment under WIA and Wagner-Peyser: ETA Provides Guidance on Accounting for and Reporting Co-Enrollment; Seeks "Best Practices" from States
The Employment and Training Administration has issued Training and Employment Notice 13 -13:
Accounting for and Reporting Co-Enrollment under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and Wagner-Peyser Programs
This TEN serves as a reminder to states of the importance of ensuring that duplication of services is not occurring as a result of co-enrolling participants in the WIA and Wagner-Peyser programs.
This TEN summarizes the Office of Inspector General?s recommendations with respect to co-enrollment for the Workforce Investment Act and Wagner-Peyser programs.
This TEN also expands the guidance contained in Training and Employment Guidance Letter 17-05.
ETA views co-enrollment practices as a voluntary tool available to states to enhance service delivery. This notice is not intended to neither encourage nor discourage states from following this practice. The intent here is simply to make states aware of the importance of ensuring that duplication of services is not occurring as a result of co-enrollment.
ETA also is interested in hearing about best practices from states that find co-enrolling participants to be a helpful service delivery method. Any responses should be sent electronically to ETAPerforms@dol.gov and shared with your regional performance specialist.
Employer Engagement: ETA Publishes Thirty-Day Notice for ?Employer Survey of the Short Term Compensation Program?
References: STC Fact sheet June 18, 2012 Press Release UIPL No. 22-12 UIPL No. 22-12, Change 1 UIPL No. 27-12 UIPL No. 03-13 Short-Time Compensation (Shared Work) TA Website and Resource Toolkit
The Employment and Training Administration today has published the thirty-day notice regarding the information collection --"Employer Survey of the Short Time Compensation (STC) Program.
The STC Program provides an opportunity for employers to reduce layoffs by temporarily reducing work hours of some employees. STC provides pro-rated unemployment insurance benefits for workers whose hours of work have been temporarily reduced. Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 section 2164 requires the Secretary of Labor to survey employers in all States to determine employers` level of interest in participating in the STC Program. This proposed information collection activity will help satisfy this requirement. More specifically, the study this survey supports will examine employers` experiences, awareness, and perspectives of the STC Program in four states that have an active STC program. Employers who have used the STC program and employers who have not used the program will be surveyed. The study will focus on the following four research areas:
Characteristics of employers participating in the STC Program; extent of employer participation in the STC Program; employers` awareness, experiences, and views of the STC Program; and employers` opinion about workers` view of STC.
Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs: EDA Announces FY 2014 Federal Funding Opportunity; Increased Focus on Job Growth and Business Expansion Related to Manufacturing
Under a Federal Funding Opportunity announced on November 25, 2013, the Economic Development Administration is solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA?s Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance (PWEDA) programs. Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities.
Eligible applicants for EDA financial assistance under the Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance programs include a(n): (i) District Organization of a designated Economic Development District; (ii) Indian Tribe or a consortium of Indian Tribes; (iii) State, county, city, or other political subdivision of a State, including a special purpose unit of a State or local government engaged in economic or infrastructure development activities, or a consortium of political subdivisions; (iv) institution of higher education or a consortium of institutions of higher education; or (v) public or private non-profit organization or association acting in cooperation with officials of a political subdivision of a State.
The first funding cycle of FY 2014 is covered under EDA?s FY 2013 Economic Development Assistance programs (EDAP) FFO dated November 26, 2012. The next four funding cycle deadlines are:
December 13, 2013 for funding cycle 2 of FY 2014; March 14, 2014 for funding cycle 3 of FY 2014; June 13, 2014 for funding cycle 4 of FY 2014; and October 17, 2014 for funding cycle 1 of FY 2015.
EDA further notes: ?While the FFO closely mirrors last year?s, you will find minor changes in our review process and an increased focus on encouraging job growth and business expansion related to manufacturing, a critical component of our future competitiveness. Competitive applications under this FFO will have committed Matching Share funds (generally 50%), commitment letters certifying job creation estimates, and a clear link between the proposed project and the region?s CEDS and broad development goals.?
To be considered during a particular funding cycle, completed applications must be validated and time-stamped by Grants.gov by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the applicable funding cycle deadline.
Access to all required application documentation is available at http://eda.gov/ffo.htm