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Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Performance Planning

The TAA Program is an integral part of the comprehensive workforce development system. The program is essential to help workers dislocated by foreign trade adjust to changing market conditions and shifting skill requirements. These workers are being dislocated from relatively outdated-skill, high-wage employment. In many cases, this is complicated by mass layoffs or plant closures that occur in single-industry towns, which makes finding comparable employment in the same geographic area difficult.

  • Law and Regulations
    • Pub. L. 107-210 - Trade Adjustment Assistance Act of 2002
    • Trade Adjustment Assistance for Workers-Implementation of 1998 Amendments
    • Pub. L. 93-618 - Trade Act of 1974
    • Federal Register Publications

    • 20 CFR 617 - Trade Adjustment Assistance for Workers; Amendment of Regulations; Proposed Rule
      See the TAA Statutes webpage for addition information.
  • PRA Package Information (OMB No. 1205-0392)
    The collection of information on performance outcomes is accomplished through reporting requirements for the TAA program.

Funding Guidance

  • Current Program Year
    • TEGL 31-12 - Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 State Initial Allocations and the Process for Requesting Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program Reserve Funds
  • Previous Program Years

Please see the TAA website for addition program performance planning information.