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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 10-17


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : No
Subject:
Update on the Unemployment Insurance Integrity Center's Activities: Launch of the Suspicious Actor Repository, the Integrity Knowledge Exchange, the National Integrity Academy, and Upcoming Informational Webinars

Purpose:
To provide an update on the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Integrity Center's activities and to announce the launch of the Integrity Center's Suspicious Actor Repository (SAR), the Integrity Knowledge Exchange, the National Integrity Academy, and upcoming Informational Webinars.

To

STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES

From

ROSEMARY LAHASKY
Deputy Assistant Secretary

Date

December 20, 2017

Expiration Date

Contact :

General inquiries for USDOL: Brad Wiggins
Inquiries for the UI CoP: ui.wfgps@dol.gov

Inquiries regarding any of the Integrity Center's applications should be directed to the state's corresponding UI Integrity Center State Liaison:

• USDOL Regions 1 and 3: Chris Paquette
• USDOL Regions 2 and 5: Maria Noble
• USDOL Regions 4 and 6: Bill Starks

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