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TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT GUIDANCE LETTER NO. 26-01


Status: Cancelled

WIOA Operating Guidance : No

Subject:
Advance Notice of Revised PY 2001 Allotments for Dislocated Worker Activities

Purpose:
Last summer, Congress proposed and enacted a rescission of $177.5 million from the WIA Title I dislocated worker program for PY 2001. This notice is to provide to states advance notice of a planned determination by the Secretary of Labor on or before June 28, 2002, of revised Program Year (PY) 2001 allotments for the dislocated worker program under WIA Title I as a result of the congressional rescission contained in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2001 (Public Law 107-20). In furtherance of the implementation of that rescission, the Employment and Training Administration will revise applicable Notices of Obligation (NOO) on or before June 28, 2002. The President has proposed a supplemental appropriation to restore the amount rescinded from the dislocated worker formula program and that proposal is pending before Congress.

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ALL STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS ALL STATE WORKER ADJUSTMENT LIAISONS ALL STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES ALL ONE-STOP CENTER SYSTEM LEADS
 
EMILY STOVER DeROCCO Assistant Secretary
     
Date

May 14, 2002

Expiration Date

Continuing

Contact :
Regional Office
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