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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 22-12


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : No
Subject:
Announcement of the 2012 Employment and Training Administration Research Papers Program

Purpose:
To publicize the availability of funds for the 2012 Employment and Training Administration (ETA) Research Papers Program. This initiative will provide approximately $80,000 to fund approximately 10 projects of Doctoral students interested in writing scholarly, policy-relevant research papers on topics of interest to the public workforce investment system.

To

ALL STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
ALL STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE AGENCIES
ALL STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARDS
ALL AMERICAN JOB CENTER MANAGERS

From

JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary

Date

February 19, 2013

Expiration Date

Contact :

Please direct questions to Mrs. Gloribel Nieves-Cartagena in the Office of Policy Development and Research at:  nieves-cartagena.gloribel@dol.gov or (202) 693-2771.

Text :
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