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Quick Reference on Allowable Uses of ARRA RES Funds

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06/10/10 01:44PM

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NASWA WEBINAR ON ARRA REEMPLOYMENT GRANTS

April 30th Webinar: Approaches to Obligating Reemployment Funds by September 30, 2010

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05/11/10 06:24PM

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1284

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364

Ag and ARRA and All of us

What do you know about ARRA and Ag? Tell us!

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05/06/09 02:52PM

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1112

The Reemployment Dollar Menu: New York State’s Investment Yields Great Value

Lawrence C. found himself without a job. The collapse of the financial sector (and related industries) had affected him and 868,000 other fellow New Yorkers. New York State’s Workforce Development System was overwhelmed and ARRA funds helped provide additional staffing for New York’s bustling One-Stop Centers. With some One-Stop Centers seeing over 700 customers daily, New York’s Labor Department was concerned about providing quality services to customers like Lawrence C. New York got SMART – literally. With a financial investment of less than the cost of a cheeseburger per customer, New York’s SMART 2010 job lead service was launched. New York State has partnered with Burning Glass Technologies in developing their existing recruiting tool to work for New York State’s unemployed. This technology has been successfully used by the private sector and has now been transformed into a job lead tool for job seeking customers. Minnesota’s experience with this technology, helped New York State plan their SMART 2010 pilot. One Stop staff submit customer resumes to SMART2010 where they are then “matched” with existing job openings in the New York Job Bank. The SMART 2010 system goes beyond traditional job matching technology. SMART doesn’t focus only on keywords; it understands s the knowledge, skills and abilities that people acquire over their entire work history. SMART then rates the selected job leads (using a five star rating system) and emails these leads directly to the customer’s email in-box. Customers can read a brief description of the job lead and click on a hyperlink that provides additional detail on the job opening.

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05/25/10 01:49PM

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2992

ARRA Section 1512 Reporting Updates

Join us for a discussion on updates and clarifications of ARRA Section 1512 reporting. During this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Updates and clarification of 1512 reporting
  • Identifying common reporting errors
  • General observations across all reporting entities

Attendees will be given an opportunity to ask questions during the session—via a chat room feature.

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10/22/09 02:32PM

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10316

ARRA Provisions on COBRA Health Insurance Premium Reduction for Displaced Workers: Notice to One-Stop Career Centers and the Workforce System

This Webinar will explain an important recent health benefit subsidy for dislocated workers, which can save them almost two-thirds off their health insurance premium for up to nine months. Jointly sponsored by the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) and the Employment and Training Administration (ETA), the Webinar will explain how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) liberalizes the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act’s (COBRA) health insurance benefit. ARRA enables eligible individuals who lose their jobs between September 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009 to pay only 35 percent of their COBRA premium for up to nine months. This Webinar accompanies the release of a new ETA Training and Employment Notice (TEN), which encourages the One-Stop Career Centers to make available EBSA flyers, fact sheets and other materials, some of which are included in the TEN. These materials describe the premium reduction and the appeals procedure, which workers can use if they were denied the premium reduction. The new TEN No. 14-09 was issued November 16, 2009, and is entitled "Notice to One-Stop Career Centers and Others Concerning COBRA Premium Reduction and Extended Eligibility Provisions in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009."

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10/30/09 02:13PM

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8304

Highlights of Youth ARRA (Recovery Act) Summits

The ARRA (Recovery Act) Youth Summits focused on successful practices that provide services to older out-of-school youth ages 18-24, and the development of programs to train youth in emerging and high-growth industries. This Webinar will highlight local programs and practices that were presented during the ARRA Youth Summits.

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11/19/09 09:07AM

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8522

(Training Grantees) All Aboard the Data Train: ARRA HGEI Quarterly Progress Reporting

ARRA HGEI training grantees include: A) Energy Training Partnership Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-08-18); B) Pathways Out of Poverty Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-08-19); C)State Energy Sector Partnership and Training Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-08-20); and D) Health Care Sector and Other High Growth and Emerging Industries Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-09-01) The purpose of the webinar is to orient new grantees to the OMB-approved performance reporting requirements for all ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (HGEI) grantees. ARRA HGEI grantees include grants awarded under the following Solicitation for Grant Applications: SGA/DFA PY-08-17 (State Labor Market information); SGA/DFA PY-08-18 (Energy Training Partnership); SGA/DFA PY-08-19 (Pathways Out of Poverty); SGA/DFA PY-08-20 (State Energy Sector Partnership); and SGA/DFA PY-08-21 (Health Care and Other High Growth and Emerging Industries). As part of the grant agreement, all ARRA HGEI grantees are required to submit quarterly progress reports to ETA. On April 1, 2010, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved the proposed form, instructions, and other technical assistance materials ARRA HGEI grantees are required to follow for their quarterly progress reports. The purpose of the webinar is to orient new grantees to these OMB-approved performance reporting requirements for ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (HGEI) grantees, which are effective for the quarter ending March 31, 2010 and all subsequent quarters that the grant is active.

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04/05/10 01:02PM

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(Non-training Grantees) All Aboard the Data Train: ARRA HGEI Quarterly Progress Reporting

ARRA HGEI non-training grantees include: A) State Labor Market Improvement Information Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-08-17); and B) Green Capacity Building Grantees (SGA/DFA PY-08-21) The purpose of the webinar is to orient new grantees to the OMB-approved performance reporting requirements for all ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (HGEI) grantees. ARRA HGEI grantees include grants awarded under the following Solicitation for Grant Applications: SGA/DFA PY-08-17 (State Labor Market information); SGA/DFA PY-08-18 (Energy Training Partnership); SGA/DFA PY-08-19 (Pathways Out of Poverty); SGA/DFA PY-08-20 (State Energy Sector Partnership); and SGA/DFA PY-08-21 (Health Care and Other High Growth and Emerging Industries). As part of the grant agreement, all ARRA HGEI grantees are required to submit quarterly progress reports to ETA. On April 1, 2010, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved the proposed form, instructions, and other technical assistance materials ARRA HGEI grantees are required to follow for their quarterly progress reports. The purpose of the webinar is to orient new grantees to these OMB-approved performance reporting requirements for ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (HGEI) grantees, which are effective for the quarter ending March 31, 2010 and all subsequent quarters that the grant is active.

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04/06/10 09:59PM

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Getting it Right- Accountability and Program Performance Reporting Requirements under ARRA - Rosenberg, Qualter, & Staha

Show your success! Performance tracking and outcomes are your best way to show ARRA in action -- be sure to make everyone count. In this session, presenters will address the formal program and reporting guidance, discuss what data ETA will collect and how, and take your questions. Performance is for everyone! This session will be geared to all areas and levels of the workforce system.

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04/30/09 02:16PM

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506

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Connecting Workers to High Growth Opportunities, ARRA and Beyond - John Dorrer

This session will cover the State of Maine’s skills transferability strategies as they relate to current recovery efforts and long-range opportunities to better understand the skill sets and needs of the dual customer: employer and job seeker. With the recent economic challenges and infusion of ARRA funds, Maine plans to focus on skills transferability to ensure investments are made strategically so the state can realize long-term economic growth. Come learn about Maine’s system-wide approach to ensure its workforce investment resources support economic growth and prosperity.

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04/30/09 03:08PM

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792

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(Presentation Slides Zip File) American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Funds Financial Reporting Requirements

The purpose of this webinar presentation is to provide information on the reporting of ARRA Employment Security and Workforce Investment Act funds in the E-Grants on-line electronic Grantee Reporting System. The intended audience is the financial managers and staff responsible for maintaining and reporting the financial data in the e-grants on-line electronic grantee reporting system. The Webinar will be presented by Judi Fisher, Division Chief, and Nancy Williams, Team Leader, in the Office of Grants and Contract Management Division of Policy Review and Resolution.

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05/06/09 12:01PM

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3896

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Asset Mapping ARRA In Your Community (Part 1)-Nancy Dischinat

Asset mapping is identifying the region’s unique set of assets or resources, both tangible and intangible, that can be called upon. A comprehensive asset mapping process undertaken by grantees leads to a deeper understanding of key regional systems and linkages. It demonstrates the ways in which regional institutions interact with each other and serves as a catalyst for partnership development. An asset map also serves as a tool for engaging community leaders in the regional development effort. This workshop will be one of a two-part session, focusing on the human services side of workforce development. This session provides an overview of how ARRA funds are flowing to the state and local levels in key programs supporting education, training and housing as well as how one community is working through the process.

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06/16/09 03:57PM

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513

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Asset Mapping ARRA In Your Community (Part 1)-Eileen Friedman

Asset mapping is identifying the region’s unique set of assets or resources, both tangible and intangible, that can be called upon. A comprehensive asset mapping process undertaken by grantees leads to a deeper understanding of key regional systems and linkages. It demonstrates the ways in which regional institutions interact with each other and serves as a catalyst for partnership development. An asset map also serves as a tool for engaging community leaders in the regional development effort. This workshop will be one of a two-part session, focusing on the human services side of workforce development. This session provides an overview of how ARRA funds are flowing to the state and local levels in key programs supporting education, training and housing as well as how one community is working through the process.

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06/16/09 04:00PM

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455

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Asset Mapping ARRA In Your Community (Part 1)-Jim Kelly

Asset mapping is identifying the region’s unique set of assets or resources, both tangible and intangible, that can be called upon. A comprehensive asset mapping process undertaken by grantees leads to a deeper understanding of key regional systems and linkages. It demonstrates the ways in which regional institutions interact with each other and serves as a catalyst for partnership development. An asset map also serves as a tool for engaging community leaders in the regional development effort. This workshop will be one of a two-part session, focusing on the human services side of workforce development. This session provides an overview of how ARRA funds are flowing to the state and local levels in key programs supporting education, training and housing as well as how one community is working through the process.

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06/16/09 04:02PM

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429

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297

Asset Mapping ARRA In Your Community (Part 2) - Willie Taylor

Asset mapping is identifying a region’s unique set of assets or resources, both tangible and intangible that can be called upon. A comprehensive asset mapping process undertaken by grantees leads to a deeper understanding of key regional systems and linkages. It demonstrates the ways in which regional institutions interact with each other and serves as a catalyst for partnership development. An asset map also serves as a tool for engaging community leaders in the regional development effort. This session is the second of a two part session, focusing on the economic development side of workforce development. This session provides an overview of how ARRA funds are flowing to the state and local levels in key programs supporting economic development and research development.

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06/17/09 05:48PM

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403

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(Presentation Slides Zip File) Highlights of Youth ARRA (Recovery Act) Summits

The ARRA (Recovery Act) Youth Summits focused on successful practices that provide services to older out-of-school youth ages 18-24, and the development of programs to train youth in emerging and high-growth industries. This Webinar will highlight local programs and practices that were presented during the ARRA Youth Summits.

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12/15/09 10:13AM

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2770

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910

(Podcast) ARRA Provisions on COBRA Health Insurance Premium Reduction for Displaced Workers: Notice to One-Stop Career Centers and the Workforce System

This Podcast offers a glimpse into the webinar moderated by Michael Harding. The actual Webinar explains an important recent health benefit subsidy for dislocated workers, which can save them almost two-thirds off their health insurance premium for up to nine months, and how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) liberalizes the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act’s (COBRA) health insurance benefit. Please review the actual Webinar recording on workforce3one for a more in depth review of this Webinar. Related Resources: Completed webinar recording: http://www.workforce3one.org/view/3000932943640962649/info Presentation: http://www.workforce3one.org/view/2000932349000917902/info

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01/14/10 08:18AM

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5028

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850

(Recorded Version) ARRA Provisions on COBRA Health Insurance Premium Reduction for Displaced Workers: Notice to One-Stop Career Centers and the Workforce System

This Webinar will explain an important recent health benefit subsidy for dislocated workers, which can save them almost two-thirds off their health insurance premium for up to nine months. Jointly sponsored by the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) and the Employment and Training Administration (ETA), the Webinar will explain how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) liberalizes the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act’s (COBRA) health insurance benefit. ARRA enables eligible individuals who lose their jobs between September 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009 to pay only 35 percent of their COBRA premium for up to nine months. This Webinar accompanies the release of a new ETA Training and Employment Notice (TEN), which encourages the One-Stop Career Centers to make available EBSA flyers, fact sheets and other materials, some of which are included in the TEN. These materials describe the premium reduction and the appeals procedure, which workers can use if they were denied the premium reduction. The new TEN No. 14-09 was issued November 16, 2009, and is entitled "Notice to One-Stop Career Centers and Others Concerning COBRA Premium Reduction and Extended Eligibility Provisions in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009."

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11/25/09 12:07PM

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4353

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845

(Recorded Version) ARRA 1512 Reporting Orientation for New Grantees

Section 1512 Reporting is separate from standard financial and programmatic reporting and is also separate from current ARRA monthly performance reports. Section 1512 reports are quarterly reports, they are cumulative, and they are due the 10th day after the end of the quarter. Please note: As stated in the Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA/DFA PY-08-17 and SGA/DFA PY-08-21) Section III.D.1. “Grantees are required to participate in all DOL/ETA training activities”. If a grantee is currently submitting ARRA 1512 reports under another program, the grantee must still participate in this training. Materials to review in advance of the Webinar:

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12/17/09 01:25PM

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2781

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786

(Recorded Version) Highlights of Youth ARRA (Recovery Act) Summits

The ARRA (Recovery Act) Youth Summits focused on successful practices that provide services to older out-of-school youth ages 18-24, and the development of programs to train youth in emerging and high-growth industries. This Webinar will highlight local programs and practices that were presented during the ARRA Youth Summits.

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12/18/09 09:13AM

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2731

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925

(Recorded Version) ARRA Section 1512 Reporting Updates

Join us for a discussion on updates and clarifications of ARRA Section 1512 reporting. During this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Updates and clarification of 1512 reporting
  • Identifying common reporting errors
  • General observations across all reporting entities

Attendees will be given an opportunity to ask questions during the session—via a chat room feature.

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12/31/09 01:25PM

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2962

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1358

(Recorded Version) $500 Million Special Distribution Under ARRA and DOL Guidance

The purpose of this Webinar is to explain why the U.S. Department of Labor (Department) is encouraging states to expend their shares of the $500 million distribution provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), to inform states that the Department will request plans for expending the funds, and to review the permissible uses of the $500 million distribution.

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02/01/12 05:20PM

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1858

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377

(Recorded Version) Registered Apprenticeship: An Overview for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) High Growth and Emerging Industries Grantees

Many ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (ARRA HGEI) grantees have proposed utilizing Registered Apprenticeship as a key element in their workforce development strategies for emerging green jobs and other types of occupations while others are using many elements of Registered Apprenticeship but may not be aware of how 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship can support their strategies.?Participants in this Webinar will learn the key elements of today’s Registered Apprenticeship system and how Registered Apprenticeship can partner with ARRA HGEI grantees to develop programs that are responsive to the needs of both workers and employers that lead to portable industry credentials.

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06/30/10 04:12PM

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2149

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481

Frequently Asked Questions on Obligating ARRA RES Funds

Frequently Asked Questions (and answers)on how to obligate ARRA RES Funds

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06/10/10 12:58PM

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1392

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926

(Recorded Version) American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Funds Financial Reporting Requirements

The purpose of this Webinar is to provide information on the reporting of ARRA Employment Security and Workforce Investment Act funds in the E-Grants on-line electronic Grantee Reporting System. The intended audience is the financial managers and staff responsible for maintaining and reporting the financial data in the e-grants on-line electronic grantee reporting system. The Webinar will be presented by Judi Fisher, Division Chief, and Nancy Williams, Team Leader, in the Office of Grants and Contract Management Division of Policy Review and Resolution.

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05/07/09 04:19PM

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3177

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1442

$500 Million Special Distribution Under ARRA and DOL Guidance

Webinar explained why the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) is encouraging states to expend their shares of the $500 million distribution provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), to inform states that the USDOL will request plans for expending the funds, and to review the permissible uses of the $500 million distribution.

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01/26/12 10:52AM

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2915

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Funds Financial Reporting Requirements

The purpose of this Webinar is to provide information on the reporting of ARRA Employment Security and Workforce Investment Act funds in the E-Grants on-line electronic Grantee Reporting System. The intended audience is the financial managers and staff responsible for maintaining and reporting the financial data in the e-grants on-line electronic grantee reporting system. The Webinar will be presented by Judi Fisher, Division Chief, and Nancy Williams, Team Leader, in the Office of Grants and Contract Management Division of Policy Review and Resolution.

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04/01/09 02:18PM

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8294

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ARRA 1512 Reporting Orientation for New Grantees

Section 1512 Reporting is separate from standard financial and programmatic reporting and is also separate from current ARRA monthly performance reports. Section 1512 reports are quarterly reports, they are cumulative, and they are due the 10th day after the end of the quarter. Please note: As stated in the Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA/DFA PY-08-17 and SGA/DFA PY-08-21) Section III.D.1. “Grantees are required to participate in all DOL/ETA training activities”. If a grantee is currently submitting ARRA 1512 reports under another program, the grantee must still participate in this training. Materials to review in advance of the Webinar:

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12/07/09 01:23PM

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6364

Effective Service Strategies for Hard-to-Serve Populations: ARRA HGEI Grantees Tech. Assist. Webinar

For ARRA High Growth and Emerging Industries (HGEI) grantees to join their fellow grantees and the ARRA Technical Assistance (TA) Partnership to discuss effective approaches to help hard-to-serve populations successfully complete training and attain employment.

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06/29/11 10:53AM

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3358