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    Analysis of Employer Performance Measurement Approaches

    This study aims to inform the US Department of Labor (DOL) and US Department of Education (ED) with objective information, collected from states and local areas and publicly available information, to use in making decisions on the adoption and implementation of one or more measures to assess the effectiveness in serving employers, as required by Section 116 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), across all six core WIOA programs.

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    Performance Partnership Pilots for Disconnected Youth (P3) National Evaluation

    The goal of the study is to identify and document the extent to which the P3 initiative increased coordination across federal agencies and programs.

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    Unemployment Insurance Deficit Financing Study

    An open-source microsimulation tool, user manual and series of issue briefs to help estimate effects of worker leave programs and worker use patterns.

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The Clearinghouse for Labor Evaluation and Research (CLEAR) is DOL's central resource for research on labor programs and strategies. Find easy-to-read summaries of results from more than 1000 studies in CLEAR.

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CEO Research Topic Areas

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    Community College
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    Unemployment Insurance
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    Substance Abuse and Work
The Chief Evaluation Office (CEO) works with agencies across the Department of Labor (DOL) to conduct research on a variety of labor-related topic areas. Find studies based on program type, population, or priority area.

DOL Evaluation Policy

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DOL’s evaluation policy presents key principles that govern how we plan, conduct, and use program evaluations. The policy represents CEO’s commitment to conducting rigorous, relevant evaluations and to using evidence from evaluations to inform policy and practice.