WIOA Key State Implementation PPT

Report
WIOA Timeline and
Action Plan for States
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
for NTI Conference
November 12, 2014
U.S. Department of Education
KEY PRINCIPLES OF WIOA
Program
Alignment
Increased
Accountability
Enhanced
Service Delivery
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• Unified strategic planning across core programs
• Enhances role of State and Local Workforce Development Boards in
developing and implementing a Unified State Plan
• Establishment of common measures across core programs
• Increases accountability and transparency through reporting and
evaluations
• Promotes engagement of employers and alignment of education
and training activities through career pathways
• Strengthens partnerships and investments in one-stop delivery system
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
 What do States need to know to prepare for
implementation?
 What are key conditions that need to be met as States begin
to provide guidance and technical assistance to the local
provider community?
 What action steps should States take to prepare for new and
existing responsibilities under WIOA?
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KEY WIOA PLANNING TIMEFRAMES
November/December 2014
January/February 2015
- Participation in consultation sessions
with DOL/ED
- WIOA planning meetings and
March/April 2015
- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
partnership building with labor and
other agencies (ongoing)
(NPRM) published
- Work with stakeholders to develop - States submit comments to NPRM
and submit comments
- States submit PY 2015-16 Transition
- States begin development of PY 2015- - States begin to develop
State Plan (April 1)
16 State Plan for (WIA performance
application/reapplication
- States begin performance
measures remain in effect; transition
requirements for PY 2015-16 to
negotiations for PY 2015-16 targets
activities included in 2015 State Plan)
eligible providers to include any
- States submit PY 2013-14 performance new WIOA activities
- Anticipated release of Federal
data and narrative to ED (December
Register Notice announcing States
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eligible to apply for incentive
awards based on PY 2013-14
performance
- States receive PY 2015-16 Transition
State Plan guidance for transition year
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KEY WIOA PLANNING TIMEFRAMES
May/June 2015
- Performance negotiations
continue and targets
approved by June 2015
- Incentive eligible States
prepare and submit
applications for incentive
funds (final round of incentive
funds awarded by June 30,
2015)
July/August 2015
- WIOA goes into effect (July
1, 2015)
September/October 2015
- WIA core indicators of
performance remain in effect
- WIOA Unified Plan guidance
release anticipated
- PY 2015-16 Transition State
Plan goes into effect
- WIOA performance
accountability guidance
release anticipated
- States begin considerations
for MIS needs
- States organize for unified
state planning process
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KEY WIOA PLANNING TIMEFRAMES
November/December 2015
January/February 2016
- States submit PY 201415 performance data
March/April 2016
- Final regulations
and narrative to ED
(December 31)
published
-States begin
application/
reapplication process
for local grants (WIA or
WIOA TBD)
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- 4-year Unified State
Plan submitted (March
3)
- Two-year performance
target negotiation under
WIOA
KEY WIOA PLANNING TIMEFRAMES
May/June 2016
- Unified State Plans
approved by June 1
July - September 2016
- Unified State Plan
implemented (July 1)
October - December 2016
- States submit PY 201516 performance data
and narrative to ED
- State MIS systems functional (December 31; final
(July 1)
year of WIA
- States fully implement new
performance data)
- WIOA performance
accountability system
becomes effective (July 1)
requirements for integrated
English literacy and civics
education program (July 1)
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ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION - HANDOUT
Homework: Use the handout to begin drafting a list of tasks,
action steps, and activities your State must conduct to begin
planning for and implementing WIOA.
1) For each of the tasks, consider the strategies and actions
your State will need to take in order to plan and implement
the task.
2) Consider the resources your State may already have in
place and/or the resource needs in order to conduct these
activities.
3) Consider the challenges your State and/or local providers
may face in planning and implementing these tasks and
action steps.
4) If there is a specific timeframe in which some tasks or action
steps need to take place, write down the target end date for
each activity.
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