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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 07-11


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : No
Subject:
Encouraging State Partnerships and Consortia to Support the Workforce Investment System

Purpose:
As the Federal partner in the national workforce investment system, the Department of Labor (the Department) has seen the benefits of the use of state partnership and consortia approaches to support the public workforce investment system.

To

STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
STATE WORKFORCE ADMINISTRATORS
STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
STATE LABOR COMMISSIONERS
STATE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE DIRECTORS

From

JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary
Employment and Training Administration

Date

August 30, 2011

Expiration Date

Contact :

Questions regarding state partnerships and consortia or any other information included in this Training and Employment Notice should be directed to Mike Harding, in the ETA Office of Workforce Investment, at harding.michael@dol.gov.

Text :
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