Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) State Negotiated Performance Planning, Guidance and Agreed Upon Goals
This tool is intended for States and their Local Areas. It provides users with benchmarks stemming from the statistical adjustment model mandated in WIOA, along with a review of past performance viewed through a WIOA lens. These benchmarks are intended to inform the negotiations process between States and their Local Areas.
- TEGL 26-15: Negotiating Performance Goals for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Programs and the Wagner-Peyser Employment Service as amended by Title III, for Program Year (PY) 2016 and PY 2017
- Attachment I: Recommended Timeline for the PY 2016 and PY 2017 Negotiations Process
- Attachment II: Executive Summary of the Statistical Adjustment Model
- Attachment III A: Note to Reviewer
- Attachment III B: Excel Spreadsheet Tool for the Negotiation
- Attachment IV: WIOA Operating Guidance TEGL References
- Attachment V: Data Tools for Identifying Characteristics of Participants and Economic Conditions
- Attachment VI: Negotiated Indicators of Performance for PY 2016 and PY 2017
- This document presents CEO's proposed methodology for setting WIOA performance targets. It begins with background information on WIOA and its requirements on the statistical adjustment model, followed by a brief description of previous methodologies used by The Department of Labor for establishing performance outcome goals.
- WIOA Statistical Model Methodology Report: Pdf | Docx
The following chart lists the specific primary indicators to be negotiated for PY 2016 and PY 2017.
|Department/Agency||Applicable Statutory Citations||Primary Indicators to be Negotiated for PY 2016 and PY 2017|
|DOL/ETA||Title I, 29 U.S.C. secs. 3101 et seq.||
|DOL/ETA||Wagner Peyser Employment Service program, as amended by title III, 29 U.S.C. secs. 49 et seq.||
|ED/OCTAE||Title II, 29 USC secs. 3271 et seq.||
|ED/RSA||Vocational Rehabilitation Program, as amended by title IV, 29 USC secs. 701 et seq.||
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Alternative Measures of Labor Underutilization for States
- Economy At a Glance - tables which contain current data, organized by geography and by industry, on the various economic indicators produced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- States Labor Market Information
- FEDSTATS - a myriad of statistics linked back to each state
- U.S. Census Bureau
- An Environmental Scan - Workforce information sources to assist employment, economic development, education and workforce investment planning and decision making.
- Career OneStop Regional Economic Development (RED) Portal - informative labor market, economic, and workforce information in support of strategic planning and decision making.
- Center for Economic Studies (CES)
In some cases, states can request waivers from the 17 WIA measures for increased administrative flexibility. See more on Waivers and also visit the common measures webpage for policy guidance and implementation information on common measures.
WIA AND WAGNER-PEYSER PERFORMANCE MEASURES POLICY GUIDANCE
- TEGL 7-99: Core and Customer Satisfaction Performance Measures for the Workforce Investment System
- TEGL 8-99: Negotiating Performance Goals; and Incentives and Sanctions Process under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
- TEGL 11-01: Guidance on Revising Workforce Investment Act (WIA) State Negotiated Levels of Performance