- On February 2, 2015, the President's FY 2016 budget request was submitted to Congress. ETA's request for FY 2016 totals $10.6 billion.
- Fiscal Year 2016 Budget
ETA's budget request for fiscal year 2016
- Fiscal Year 2015 Budget
ETA's appropriated budget for fiscal year 2015
- Fiscal Year 2014 Budget
ETA's appropriated budget for fiscal year 2014
- Fiscal Year 2013 Budget
ETA's appropriated budget for fiscal year 2013
- Fiscal Year 2012 Budget
ETA's appropriated budget for fiscal year 2012
- Fiscal Year 2011 Budget
ETA's appropriated budget for fiscal year 2011
- Historical Budget Authority
ETA budgets beginning with fiscal year 1984.
- Related Web Sites
List of web sites related to the ETA Budget site.
- Archive of Legislative Text
State Statutory Formula Funding
A detailed look at how certain programs in ETA's budget are divided by statutory formula among States.
See State Funding
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Quarterly State WIA Spending Summaries
Conference Report 107-148 accompanying P.L. 107-20 required the Department to submit to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations an expenditure data report on each of the three Workforce Investment Act block grants for each quarter beginning with the data from the end of program year 2000 and continuing through program year 2001. Quarterly summaries have continued since then.
WIA Spending Summaries reflect cumulative accrued expenditure of total funds available reported during a particular program year. States are authorized three years to obligate and expend WIA funds; therefore, in WIA Spending Summaries, total funds available in a program year include unexpended carry-in plus new availability.
ETA requires grantees to report accrued expenditures. Accrued expenditures, as defined in 29 CFR 97.3, means charges incurred by the grantee during a given period requiring the provision of funds for: (1) goods and other tangible property received; (2) services performed by employees, contractors, sub-grantees, subcontractors, and other payees; and (3) other amounts becoming owed under programs for which no current services or performance is required, such as annuities, insurance claims, and other benefits.
In general, total accrued expenditures are costs incurred for goods and services received regardless of whether the payment has been made (TEGL No. 28-10).
Annual State WIA Obligation Summaries
The Department began preparing annual WIA obligation summaries starting with the 6/30/2009 reporting quarter and will continue to post such reports annually in December.
WIA Obligation Summaries reflect cumulative obligations of total funds available reported during a particular program year. States are authorized three years to obligate and expend WIA funds; therefore, in WIA Obligation Summaries, total funds available in a program year include unobligated carry-in plus new availability.
Obligations, as defined in 29 CFR 97.3, means the amount of orders placed, contracts, and subgrants awarded, goods and services received, and similar transactions during a given period that will require payment by the grantee during the same or a future period. In sum, obligation is a term that references actions where a legal commitment to pay exists (TEGL 28-10). Total obligations represent the sum of expenditures and unliquidated obligations.
WIA Spending and Obligation Rate Visualizations
To help visualize state utilization of WIA funds, the Department is preparing a comparison of obligation and expenditure rates for funding available to each state during the program year. Comparisons are made for all WIA funding combined, State level funding, the Governor's Reserve, and Local level funding.
States are authorized three years to obligate and expend WIA funds; therefore, total funds available in a program year include carry-in plus new availability. Some funds may be obligated at the end of the prior program year, but not expended; so the carry-in amount available for obligation is not always the same as the amount available for expenditure (and often is less). As a result, states may legitimately wind up with a percent obligated during a program year that is less than the percent expended, although usually the percent obligated is higher than the percent expended.
Information on the seven appropriation accounts, which cover multiple programs, and descriptions of the programs.
Listing of important dates and events in the ETA Budget process.
Congressional committees, their chairpersons and members who have jurisdictional approval of the ETA budget.