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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT GUIDANCE LETTER No. 11-15


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : Yes
Subject:
Operational Guidance and Transition Planning for INA Grantees

Purpose:
To provide guidance and planning information to INA grantees on the activities associated with the implementation of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

To

ALL WIOA SECTION 166 INDIAN AND NATIVE AMERICAN (INA)
GRANTEES

From

BYRON ZUIDEMA for PORTIA WU
Assistant Secretary

Date

December 24, 2015

Expiration Date

Continuing

Rescissions:    None
Contact :

Please direct questions to your designated Federal Project Officer below:

Duane Hall (972) 850-4637Andrea Brown (202) 693-3736
Craig Lewis (202) 693-3384 Dawn Anderson (202) 693-3745
Michael Delaney (202) 693-3695 Angela McDaniel (202) 693-2789
Guy Suetopka (415) 625-7988  

Text :
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  1. WIOA Operating Guidance TEGL References
  2. Side-By-Side Comparison of Key Statutory Changes



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