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Co-Enrollment under WIA and Wagner-Peyser: ETA Provides Guidance on Accounting for and Reporting Co-Enrollment; Seeks "Best Practices" from States
Dec 2, 2013
The Employment and Training Administration has issued Training and Employment Notice 13 -13:

Accounting for and Reporting Co-Enrollment under the
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and Wagner-Peyser Programs

This TEN serves as a reminder to states of the importance of ensuring that duplication of services is not occurring as a result of co-enrolling participants in the WIA and Wagner-Peyser programs.

This TEN summarizes the Office of Inspector General’s recommendations with respect to co-enrollment for the Workforce Investment Act and Wagner-Peyser programs.

This TEN also expands the guidance contained in Training and Employment Guidance Letter 17-05.

ETA views co-enrollment practices as a voluntary tool available to states to enhance service delivery. This notice is not intended to neither encourage nor discourage states from following this practice. The intent here is simply to make states aware of the importance of ensuring that duplication of services is not occurring as a result of co-enrollment.

ETA also is interested in hearing about best practices from states that find co-enrolling participants to be a helpful service delivery method. Any responses should be sent electronically to ETAPerforms@dol.gov and shared with your regional performance specialist.