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  • UIPL No. 23-21, Change 5 (Issue Date: May 24, 2023)
    Subject

    Additional Grant Opportunities for Promoting Equitable Access to Unemployment Compensation (UC) Programs

    Purpose

    To temporarily re-open the application period for states, which did not submit prior applications, to apply for UI equity grants described in UIPL No. 23-21 for activities eliminating administrative barriers to benefit application, reducing state workload backlogs, improving the timeliness of unemployment compensation (UC) payments to eligible individuals, and ensuring equity in fraud prevention, detection, and recovery activities. This UIPL also announces the opportunity for all states to receive amounts in addition to their original allocation described in Attachment I to UIPL No. 23-21.

    Rescinded
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • UIPL No. 06-23 (Issue Date: May 22, 2023)
    Subject

    Administrative Funding to Support States’ Participation and Correspondence with Federal Partners Regarding Ongoing Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Program Activity
     

    Purpose

    This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter (UIPL) is to inform states regarding the availability of additional funding to support states’ participation and correspondence with the U.S. Department of Labor (Department), Employment and Training Administration’s (ETA’s) outreach efforts regarding ongoing CARES Act program activity, commonly referred to as ETA’s “well-defined ask”.  

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 19-22 (Issue Date: May 19, 2023)
    Subject

    Application Instructions and Program Guidance for Department of Labor for FY 2023 Community Project Funding/Congressionally Directed Spending

    Purpose

    To provide guidance for the Department of Labor’s (Department) Fiscal Year (FY)2023 Community Project Funding/Congressionally Directed Spending recipients specified in Appendix I.

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • UIPL No. 02-22, Change 3 (Issue Date: May 19, 2023)
    Subject

    Modifications to the Grant Opportunity Announced in Unemployment Insurance Program Letter (UIPL) No. 02-22, to Support States Following the Tiger Teams Consultative Assessment

    Purpose

    To notify states that participated in the Tiger Team consultative assessment under UIPL No. 02-22 or that expressed interest to participate in the Tiger Teams consultative assessment by the required March 31, 2023, deadline, of the availability of additional grant funds to further support implementation of negotiated recommendations and to announce a modification to the grant application and award process in an effort to streamline the states’ receipt of the funds.

    Rescinded
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 17-22 (Issue Date: May 15, 2023)
    Subject

    Program Year 2023 Planning Guidance for National Farmworker Jobs Program Career Services and Training Grantees and Housing Grantees, and Opportunity to Apply for National Farmworker Jobs Program Youth Grants

    Purpose

    To convey National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) grant allotments for Program Year (PY) 2023 and provide instructions for submission of required documents for grant application and performance negotiations for NFJP Career Services and Training grants and Housing grants. Additionally, this guidance includes application instructions for grantees that wish to apply for additional PY 2023 NFJP Youth Grant Funding.

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 18-22 (Issue Date: May 15, 2023)
    Subject

    Program Year (PY) 2023 Planning Instructions and Allotments for Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) State, Territorial, and National Grantees
     

    Purpose

    To provide SCSEP state, territorial, and national grantees with the PY 2023 SCSEP allotments and the application instructions for PY 2023 grant submissions.  This Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) will also provide guidance regarding Minority Report submissions in the Program Narrative for this year.  

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEN No. 26-22 (Issue Date: May 12, 2023)
    Subject

    Availability of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Equitable Access Toolkit

    Purpose

    To inform State Workforce Agencies (SWAs) of the release of a new toolkit published on WorkforceGPS under the UI Community of Practice (COP). This toolkit, created as part of American Rescue Plan Act UI Modernization, provides SWAs with actionable solutions for common and emerging issues related to equitable access to unemployment compensation (UC) programs.

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 16-22 (Issue Date: May 12, 2023)
    Subject

    Revised ETA-9130 Financial Report Instructions and Additional Guidance

    Purpose

    This guidance informs the workforce system of clarifications made to the instructions for the Training Expenditures line item on some of the Employment and Training Administration’s (ETA) financial reports (ETA-9130) and shares information regarding the transition of ETA’s quarterly financial reporting to the U.S. Health and Human Services Payment Management System (PMS).

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 23-19, Change 2 (Issue Date: May 12, 2023)
    Subject

    Revisions to Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 23-19, Change 1, Guidance for Validating Required Performance Data Submitted by Grant Recipients of U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Workforce Programs

    Purpose

    To provide clarification of program instructions, Attachment I and revised PDF and Excel versions of Attachment II to TEGL 23-19, Change 1, Guidance for Validating Required Performance Data Submitted by Grant Recipients of U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Workforce Programs, issued on October 25, 2022.

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023
  • TEGL No. 11-19, Change 1 (Issue Date: May 10, 2023)
    Subject

    Negotiations and Sanctions Guidance for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Core Programs

    Purpose

    This guidance supersedes Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 11-19, published February 6, 2020, and developed jointly by the U.S. Departments of Labor and Education (the Departments). Through this updated guidance, the Departments:  

    • Revise their approach to using the statistical adjustment model for the purpose of assessing state performance; 
    • Clarify the implementation of potential financial sanctions for consecutive performance failures occurring across multiple State Plan periods; and 
    • Clarify that states can be sanctioned up to 10 percent of the Governor’s Reserve Allotment if there is consecutive performance failure and a failure to report for the same program year.

    This guidance also continues to delineate the process for negotiating levels of performance, as required by section 116(b)(3)(A)(iv) of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and explains the two instances in which a state may be sanctioned, namely for performance failure or for failure to report (section 116(f) of WIOA).
     

    Active
    Program Year:2022
    Fiscal Year:2023