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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT GUIDANCE LETTER NO. 02-05

Subject:
Workforce Investment System Support of Actions of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRAC)

Purpose:
The purposes of this Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) are to:
  • Inform the workforce investment system of the activities relevant to BRAC 2005;
  • Delineate federal, state and local roles and responsibilities in providing support to the BRAC initiative;
  • Describe expectations for a system-wide response that is quick, user-friendly, valuable and compassionate in assisting workers and businesses in BRAC-impacted communities;
  • Assure that the system response is demand-driven and linked whenever possible to economic development;
  • Encourage the use of available Workforce Investment Act funding resources to respond, as appropriate, to the needs of communities and the workers impacted by BRAC 2005; and
  • Provide case studies of successful base conversions implemented by communities following previous BRAC rounds.


  • To:
    STATE WORKFORCE ADMINISTRATRS
    STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD CHAIRS
    STATE WIA LIAISONS
    STATE DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAM COORDINATORS
    STATE RAPID RESPONSE COORDINATORS
    STATE TRADE COORDINATORS
    STATE BUSINESS RELATIONS GROUP COORDINATORS
    From:
    EMILY STOVER DeROCCO
    Assistant Secretary
    Date:
    August 11, 2005
    Expiration Date:
    Continuing

    Rescissions:    None

    Contact:  Inquiries should be addressed to appropriate ETA Regional Administrators.Contact in the ETA National Office are Dennis Lieberman (202)693-3375 and Jim Aaron (202)693-2814.

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    1. BRAC REFERENCE GUIDE



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