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Welcome to the Region 4 Office of the Employment and Training Administration. The Region 4 Office serves the following states/areas: Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

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    Connecting the Dots Conference
    Accountability and Grants Management: Connecting the Dots conference

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    This technical assistance training conference will cover a wide range of topics, which will provide grantees with guidance and resources to manage, strengthen, and sustain programs to achieve projected outcomes, while ensuring compliance with federal requirements. The plenary and specialized workshops will be administered over two full days to allow attendees the opportunity to interact with presenters as they provide technical instruction. Conference topics were developed based on grantee and federal project officer input, as well as an assessment of grantee programmatic and financial performance. The region welcomes participation from all discretionary grantees within our eleven state region.

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Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 12-12

Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 12-12, dated March 09, 2012, has been published.

Purpose. To provide information to states regarding FY 2012 UI State Administration base resource allocations, above-base funding, and general guidelines for resource planning.

Get Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 12-12 | Access the Advisory


Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 04-10, Change 9

Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 04-10, Change 9, dated March 05, 2012, has been published.

Purpose. To advise state workforce agencies of the latest extension and modifications of the EUC08 program, and of the extension of the temporary EB provisions.

Get Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 04-10, Change 9 | Access the Advisory and Related Change Documents | Key Dates for the Act | Relevant statutory provisions in the Act


Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 17-11

Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 17-11, dated February 28, 2012, has been published.

Purpose. To provide the State Workforce Agencies (SWAs) with final funding allotments for the administration of the WOTC program through September 30, 2012.

Get Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 17-11 | Access the Advisory | FY 2012 State Allotments | WOTC Statement of Work


Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 10-12

Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 10-12, dated February 16, 2012, has been published.

Purpose. To invite state workforce agencies to submit proposals and funding requests to continue a UI REA program funded by a UI REA grant or to implement a UI REA program in a state, and to provide revised guidelines for UI REA programs for FY 2012 grants, including criteria governing the use of UI REA grant funds.

Get Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 10-12 | Access the Advisory


Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 09-11, Change 1

Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 09-11, Change 1, dated January 30, 2012, has been published.

Purpose. The intent of this guidance is to provide states with revised allotment levels for WIA Adult and Dislocated Worker Fiscal Year 2012 funds which became available to states in October 2011. The original TEGL 9-11 indicated a 1.503 percent temporary rate of operations reduction; Change 1 amends this to a 0.189 percent rescission providing all fifty states and territories with additional funding.

Get Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 09-11, Change 1 | Access the Advisory

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