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The opportunity for public comment on the draft WIOA state plan has ended.

Public Comment Opportunity

Notice of Public Comment

The Idaho Combined State Plan for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program Years 2016 - 2019

Notice is hereby given that the Workforce Development Council announces a period of public comment on the proposed Idaho Combined State Plan for Program Years 2016-2019.

The Idaho Combined State Plan partner programs represented in the plan are:

WIOA Youth, Adult and Dislocated Worker workforce investment programs and the Employment Services program (Wagner-Peyser) administered by the Idaho Department of Labor; Adult Basic Education program administered by the Division of Professional-Technical Education; Vocational Rehabilitation programs administered by both the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired; and the Senior Community Service Employment Program administered by the Idaho Commission on Aging.

The purpose of this period of comment is to provide interested parties and/or organizations the opportunity to present their views and recommendations regarding Idaho’s Combined State Plan, which is a requirement of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

Comment period

Jan. 20, 2016 – Feb. 19, 2016

The Idaho Combined State Plan will be posted at labor.Idaho.gov/WIOAStatePlan on Jan. 20, 2016. Printed copies may be available for public viewing upon request at Idaho Department of Labor local offices. Other accessible formats of the document are available upon request. Please contact Raelene Thomas, rthomas@icbvi.idaho.gov or by calling (208) 639-8374.

Instructions

Please submit comments by either email or mail, but not both.

Comments may be submitted via email to WIOAPlan@labor.idaho.gov or by mail or hand delivery at this address:

Attn: WIOA State Plan
650 West State St.
Room 150
Boise, ID 83720-0096

To ensure consideration, comments must be received in writing by Feb. 19, 2016.

For each comment, reference the associated plan and page number. All comments received will become public record. Personal information may be redacted upon request.

Idaho WIOA Combined State Plan

WIOA Combined State Plan – Public Notice

This document contains information about where to find the plan and how to submit comments, as well as tips for crafting successful comments.

WIOA Combined State Plan

This document contains the analyses, vision, goals, strategies and operational planning elements which pertain to all programs included in the plan.

WIOA Combined State Plan Appendices


Program Specific Plans - (not included in combined plan document above)

The following documents provide the detailed program plans for both core and optional programs included in Idaho’s Combined State Plan.

Title IB

Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth Programs Activities Under Title I-B

Title III

Wagner-Peyser Act Program

Trade Adjustment Assistance

Optional Partner – Trade Adjustment Assistance

Jobs for Veterans

Optional Partner - Jobs for Veterans State Grants

These documents provide the details program plans for those core and optional programs administered by the Idaho Department of Labor.

Title II - Adult Education and Family Literacy

The Title II program in Idaho is administered by the Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education.

Title IV - Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Title IV - Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Vocational Rehabilitation programs authorized under Title IV are administered by two agencies in Idaho - the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Each agency is required to submit a separate program plan.

Older Americans Act Title V- – Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)

The SCSEP program in Idaho is administered by the Idaho Commission on Aging and is an optional combined state plan partner.

The comment period for Idaho Department of Labor rule changes has passed.


       

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