Work Incentive Grant Round IV - These grants were awarded to 25 state and/or local workforce investment areas within states and other public and non-profit organizations working closely with these entities to improve the One Stop Career Centersâ€™ physical and programmatic access for customers with disabilities.
Work Incentive Grants Round III - These grants were awarded to states and/or local workforce investment areas within states and other public and non-profit organizations working closely with these entities to improve the One Stop Career Centers' physical and programmatic access for customers with disabilities.
ETA Disability Employment Grants - Twelve multi-site Disability Employment Grants totaling $5.5 million were awarded in 2002 to showcase innovative training options for people with significant disabilities within the One Stop Career Center system.
Disability IT Grants - DDWP administers several Disability IT Grants, awarded in June 2001 to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities through intensive IT skills training and close working partnerships with the IT employer community.
Tools for Inclusion: People with Disabilities Having a Voice in the Creation of the New Workforce Investment System
This survey of One Stop Centers attempts to ascertain the accessibility status of One Stop centers and the ways that workforce development systems are serving people with disabilities. This report was prepared for The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center On Employment Policy for Persons with Disabilities and funded by United States Department of Education.
Training and Employment Information Notice No. 16-99 on One Stop Accessibility:
Training and Employment Notice No. 20-07: Ticket to Work Program-Employment Networks:
ETA Training and Employment Notice (TEN) to provide information on the Social Security Administration's (SSA) proposed Ticket to Work Program regulations that are expected to become final by spring of 2008. A significant proposed change in the proposed regulations is that SSA proposes to recognize the workforce investment system as qualified Employment Networks (ENs) and simplify the process for the One Stop Career Centers and Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) to become ENs.
US Department of Labor Guidance on Ticket to Work Eligibility under the Work Opportunity Tax Credit:
US Department of Labor Training and Employment Guidance Letter on the Ticket to Work Program and its relationship to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program.
Training and Employment Notice 05-07:
ETA Training and Employment Notice on the Real Economic Impact Tour: TAX Facts + Campaign, "Building Healthy Economic Futures for Americans with Disabilities" to promote financial literacy, economic self-sufficiency, and asset development for people with disabilities. The Notice describes how One Stop Career Centers can get participate in the initiative by connecting with their local IRS office or contacting their local Disability Program Navigators.
Training and Employment Notice 36-06: Human Resource Transportation Coordination
ETA Training and Employment Notice on recent policies from the Interagency Council on Access and Mobility and how the workforce investment system can link to newly devised coordinated human services transportation planning process.
Training and Employment Notice, #6-02, on the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act
ETA Training and Employment Notice to provide information to the workforce investment system on the Ticket to Work and Self-Sufficiency Program and how it impacts the One Stop system