The Department of Labor provides this guidance search tool as a single, searchable location where users may search for guidance issued by any of the Department’s agencies, including significant guidance documents under Executive Order 12866. Individual guidance documents are maintained on the various agency websites, and if you know what agency you are looking for, you may also find guidance by navigating directly to that agency’s website. The Code of Federal Regulations and the Federal Register, which are not maintained by the Department, also include some of the Department’s interpretations of law and similar material.
OMB’s Final Bulletin for Agency Good Guidance Practices establishes policies and procedures for the development, issuance, and use of significant guidance documents by Executive Branch departments, including requiring that agencies enable the public to request that significant guidance documents be created, reconsidered, modified or rescinded. To petition for a significant guidance document to be created, modified, reconsidered, or rescinded, email the Department of Labor. Petitions should identify the specific guidance document by name and include your reason(s) for the request.
On January 20, 2021, President Biden issued the “Executive Order on Revocation of Certain Executive Orders Concerning Federal Regulation.” In response, the Department issued a final rule January 27, 2021 to rescind its August 28, 2020 rule on guidance documents.
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This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter No. 25-21 provides states information about preliminary Fiscal Year 2022 UI State Administration base resource planning targets, general guidelines for resource planning, and an explanation of how the U.S. Department of Labor allocates base resources among the states.
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This set of FAQs addresses implementation of the No Surprises Act.
This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter initiates the SQSP process and defines additional requirements for the FY 2022 SQSP.
This Change 1 to Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 25-20 announces an increased amount of funding availability of up to $90 million, for the CAREER (Comprehensive and Accessible Reemployment through Equitable Employment Recovery) National Dislocated Worker Grants (DWGs), with award amounts of up to $3 million. Otherwise, the content in TEGL 25-20 remains the same.
This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter notifies State Workforce Agencies of the availability of up to $260 million for activities that promote equitable access to UC programs, which include eliminating administrative barriers to benefit application, reducing state workload backlogs, improving the timeliness of UC payments to eligible individuals, and ensuring equity in fraud prevention, detection, and recovery activities.
This set of FAQs addresses the coverage of preventive services.
This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter (UIPL) informs states regarding the availability of a third round of fraud prevention and recovery funding and to provide application instructions. The funding may be used to combat fraud in the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) programs, including to support innovative strategies and solutions to assist with identity verification and combatting identity fraud; strengthen fraud detection and prevention efforts; recover overpayments; and cover administrative expenses related to integrity efforts. Additionally, this UIPL provides definitions for different types of fraud and guidance on processes for combatting identity fraud.
This Unemployment Insurance Program Letter notifies State Workforce Agencies regarding the availability of up to $140 million to support states with fraud detection and prevention, including identity verification and overpayment recovery activities, in all UC programs.
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