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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT GUIDANCE LETTER No. 12-16


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : No
Subject:
Questions and Answers on the Effects of Strikes and Lockouts on Eligibility for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) and Trade Readjustment Allowance (TRA)

Purpose:
To assist State Workforce Agencies (SWAs) or agencies designated by Governors as "Cooperating State Agencies" (CSAs) (also jointly referred to as "states") in administering the TAA Program by providing guidance on the effects of strikes and lockouts on eligibility for TAA Program benefits, including TRA.

To

STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
AFFILIATE AMERICAN JOB CENTER MANAGERS
COMPREHENSIVE AMERICAN JOB CENTER MANAGERS
STATE WORKFORCE ADMINISTRATORS
STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE BOARD CHAIRS AND DIRECTORS
STATE LABOR COMMISSIONERS
TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE LEADS

From

PORTIA WU
Assistant Secretary

Date

December 22, 2016

Expiration Date

Continuing

Rescissions:    UIPL No. 17-87
Contact :

States should direct all inquiries to the appropriate ETA Regional Office.

Text :
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