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Directive:

DINAP BULLETIN 91-23


Status: Cancelled

Subject:
Revised Fourth Edition Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) and User Training

Purpose:
To announce the publication of the revised Fourth Edition DOT (1991), its availability in electronic format and the availability of user training.

To

All Native American Grantees

From

HERBERT FELLMAN PAUL A. MAYRAND Chief Director Division of Indian and Native Office of Special Targeted Programs Programs

Date

March 12, 1991

Expiration Date
Ongoing.
Rescissions:    DINAP Bulletin 90-36.
Text :
References. The DOT Fourth Edition (1977) and DOT Supplement (1986). Background. The United States Employment Service (USES) has published a Revised Fourth Edition DOT containing new, revised and updated occupational definitions from the Fourth Edition DOT in format similar to the 1968 DOT Supplement. The DOT is also being made available to users through a variety of electronic formats. Publication Availability. Copies of this document may be ordered from the United States Government Printing office. The Revised DOT stock number is 029-013-000-94-2, and the price is $40.00. Orders can also be made directly by calling (202) 275-2091, or by sending a check or money order to Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Information regarding data arrangement and technical support for various electronic formats is available from the USES North Carolina Occupational Analysis Field Center by contacting Mr. Stan Rose at (919) 733-7917. User Training Availability. The publication of the revised DOT renews the United States Employment Service's commitment to collect and disseminate occupational data that is comprehensive, up-to-date, and economically useful. The revised Fourth Edition now provides a wider range of occupational information, research, career guidance, labor market information, curriculum development and long-range job planning. It is essential that job interviewers, counselors and other appropriate grantee staff specialists be brought up to date on the changes implemented in the new DOT. In order to provide basic training in the use and application of DOT data, USES will establish an ongoing program of DOT user training. Attached is a list of contacts at the ETA regional office level who can provide additional information about the date(s) and location of user training. Grant administrative funds may be used for training costs. Questions. See attached list of Regional Office contacts. You may also contact your DINAP Federal Representative.

Attachments :
REGION 1 PETER KYLE 617-565-2271 REGION 2 CHARLES DUBOSE 212-337-2155 REGION 3 WALTER SILBERSTEIN 215-596-6403 REGION 4 ANGELA WILLIAMS 404-347-3267 REGION 5 SHIRLEY BURNETT 312-353-4211 REGION 6 HARRY CARR 214-767-5108 REGION 7 CHARLES MOONEY 816-426-3796 REGION 8 HARDY ANDERSON 303-844-4143 REGION 9 CHARLES PICKENS 415-744-7612 REGION 10 JOE VALEK 206-442-4543



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