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June 21, 2005



SUBJECT:    FYI - Common Measures Policy Revised Reporting Requirements, July Education Sessions

PROGRAM(S): WIA, Wagner-Peyser, Trade

1. Purpose. To announce three nationwide education sessions for the Common Measures Policy revised reporting requirements under Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Wagner-Peyser and Trade Act programs.

2. References.  Training and Employment Guidance Letter 28-04, April 15, 2005

3.  Links.  This Alert is in the Regional Resources website archive at:

4. Substance. The Employment and Training Administration will host three education sessions for State-level staff, on the Common Measures Policy revised reporting requirements for programs under WIA, Wagner-Peyser and Trade Act. The sessions are at the following locations:

Philadelphia            July 14-15, 2005

Phoenix                 July 20-21, 2005

Chicago                 July 27-28, 2005

Due to limited accommodations, registration is limited to 125 attendees, on a first come/first served basis at each session. Registration and logistical information for each session is included on the Attachment to this Information Alert.

5. Action.  Program administrators are requested to share this Information Alert with appropriate staff. Interested individuals are invited to register for this conference on or before the registration deadlines listed in the Attachment.

6. Contact.  Questions about the Common Measures Policy education sessions may be directed to the performance/reporting specialist in your Regional Office:

Region 1 Boston - 617.565.3630
Region 2 Philadelphia - 215.861.5200
Region 3 Atlanta - 404.562.2092
Region 4 Dallas - 214.767.8263
Region 5 Chicago - 312.596.5400
Region 6 San Francisco - 415.975.4610

or send questions to Comments or questions about the format of this Alert may be directed to Tom Coyne on 312.596.5435.

7. Expiration Date.  July 28, 2005

8. Attachment.  Common Measures Policy Revised Reporting Requirements


Labor Exchange, TAA and WIA Programs
Common Measures Policy
Revised Reporting Requirements

Crowne Center Plaza Philadelphia, PA
Embassy Suites Airport Phoenix, AZ
Hyatt Regency O'Hare Chicago, IL


ETA will host three, 1½ day education sessions throughout July to provide training on the common performance measures for adults and youth, and to highlight and explain revised reporting instructions for labor exchange (including VETS), TAA and WIA.   The sessions will address programmatic and policy issues associated with implementation of the Common Measures, as well as more technical performance reporting issues.  Two major areas will be covered during the education session:

  • Implementing the Common Measures policy.  ETA's presenters will cover in detail the common performance measures policy described in Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 28-04, including a discussion of the implications for each program (labor exchange, TAA and WIA).
  • Overview of revisions to the reporting packages.  Presenters will discuss the transition to the revised requirements from the current reporting requirements for labor exchange, TAA and WIA.  Changes to the ETA 9002 and the VETS 200 reports will be highlighted for labor exchange programs, while changes to the TAPR will be highlighted for the TAA program.  Changes to the WIA quarterly report, annual report and individual records submission will be highlighted for the WIA program.

This workshop is designed for State-level program administrators and performance reporting specialists for the WIA (including national emergency grants), labor exchange (including ES and VETS' DVOP and LVER programs), and TAA programs. 

The session will be repeated in three locations: Philadelphia on July 14-15, Phoenix in July 20-21, and Chicago on July 27-28.  The first day in each location will begin at 8:30 am and end no later than 5:00 pm.  The second day in each location will begin at 8:30 am, and end by 1:00pm.  Please contact your regional performance specialist for additional information on the session, or send questions to


Registration is free of charge, and will be available through the Internet starting June 20th. 

The registration site is   

Registration for each site will be open to approximately 125 participants and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  In order to provide us with a count of attendees, and to receive any materials for the sessions, please complete your registration by the following dates:

  • July 8, 2005 for Philadelphia
  • July 15, 2005 for Phoenix
  • July 22, 2005 for Chicago


July 14-15

July 20-21

July 27-28

Crowne Plaza Hotel   Center City

Embassy Suites Phoenix    Airport at 24th Street

Hyatt Regency     O'Hare Airport

1800 Market Street

2333 East Thomas Road

9300 W. Bryn Mawr  Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Phoenix, AZ 85016

Rosemont, IL 60018

800.227.6963 or 215.561.7500


800.233.1234 or  847. 696.1234

$116/night until June 24th

$75/night until July 7th

$152/night until July 5th

Reference Workforce Innovations/ETA

Reference Common Measures & Reporting

Reference Common Measures & Reporting

Please note that the room blocks are available until a certain date. After this date, this special rate and/or availability cannot be guaranteed. Please provide a major credit card when making your reservation to guarantee your room. Room and tax charges, along with all incidental charges, are the responsibility of each individual and must be paid upon departure.


Logistics information sheets are available through the registration web site:

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