2 edition of Interim hearing on the Welfare-to-Work Grant Program found in the catalog.
Interim hearing on the Welfare-to-Work Grant Program
California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Industrial Relations.
|Other titles||Welfare-to-Work Grant Program|
|Statement||Senate Committee on Industrial Relations ; Hilda Solis, chair.|
|LC Classifications||KFC10.3 .I53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||98191362|
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new 2-year, $3 billion welfare-to-work grant program administered through workforce development systems, but at the time of our fieldwork, the four states that applied for these grants were just beginning to implement their programs. Background For at least 30 years, states’ welfare and workforce development systems. juvenile justice system. The new welfare-to-work grants provide agencies an opportunity to collaborate in helping eligible young people enter the labor market, obtain the services needed to remain employed, and build a foundation for a productive career. Overview of the Program In , the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity.
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Get this from a library. Interim hearing on the welfare-to-work grant program, Monday, NovemBaldwin Park Community Center, Baldwin Park, CA. [California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Industrial Relations.]. Federal Welfare-to-Work Grants: These materials include interim final regulations for the program and a solicitation for applications for competitive grants.
Planning guidance for states, facts sheets describing the program, regional DOL contacts, and final state-by-state allocations of formula grant funds also can be found on the DOL.
Program Structure and Service Delivery in Eleven Welfare-to-Work Grant Programs, January This interim report from the evaluation documents the implementation, structure, and operations of WtW grant-funded programs in the eleven study sites included in the evaluation, as they existed in mid Welfare-to-Work Block Grants.
Executive Summary. The combination of the booming economy and the strict new welfare law passed in has led to dramatic welfare caseload declines – nationally.
Program. We will submit an addendum to the County Plan, if we determine an interest in the future. Grant Programs: the Welfare to Work grant program funded by the Dept.
of Labor will enable San Bernardino County to provide additional employment and training services. Welfare to Work Grant Program Grant Program PartnersFile Size: 11KB. MDRC ’s evaluations of state welfare-to-work policies include large-scale, random assignment tests, as well as implementation studies, covering eleven states and involving tens of thousands of participants.
The state policies that MDRC evaluated either anticipated or responded to new federal requirements, particularly the welfare reform law; all contained a core quid pro quo arrangement. WELFARE-TO-WORK GRANT PROGRAM There are two agencies that currently receive Welfare-to-Work funds.
These agencies are the Job Training Center of Tehama County, which is the Local Workforce Investment Board, and the Tehama County Department of Social Services. The Job Training Center is the recipient of the. This report is part of a congressionally mandated evaluation of the Welfare-to-Work (WtW) Grants program, being conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., and its subcontractors the Urban Institute and Support Services International (SSI).
This is a special report from the process analysis component of the evaluation. The $3 billion Welfare-to-Work (WtW) grants program established by Congress as part of the Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of provided funds to over state and local grantees.
Congress appropriated funds for FY and FY, and grantees were allowed five years to spend their funds.(1) The intent of the grants program, administered at the national level by the U.S. The $3 billion Welfare-to-Work (WtW) grants program established by Congress as part of the Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of provided funds to over state and local grantees.
Congress appropriated funds for FY and FY, and grantees were allowed five years to. Requires Interim Finance approval since the amount of the grant exceeds $, 2. Department of Administration – Purchasing – Commodity Food Program – FY 03 – Addition of $, in Federal Supplemental Food Program Funds to serve women, infants, children and elderly persons.
Requires Interim Finance approval since the amount involves the allocation of block grant funds and requires a public hearing. Carla Watson, Administrative Services Officer, Aging Services Division, identified herself for the record.
Watson advised the members of the Committee that the work program in I which was a companion work. The agency that administers the Department of Labor’s Welfare-to-Work Competitive Grant selection process is the Office of Grants and Contracts Management/Division of Federal Assistance (OGCM/DFA) in the Employment and Training Administration (ETA).
Our findings on. state to state in approaches to welfare reform, which are often collectively referred to as “welfare-to-work programs.” To help states assess various program approaches in an informed way, this report draws on an extraordinary body of evidence: results from 28 benefit.
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET. Governmentwide Implementation of the President's Welfare-to-Work Initiative for Federal Grant Programs. AGENCY: Office of Management and Budget ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: This Notice provides information, in the form of nonbinding questions and answers, to assist the Federal grantmaking agencies, grantees, and subrecipients in responding to.
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OTDA's Language Access Plan. Assistance with Regulatory Compliance. Contact information for obtaining assistance with regulatory compliance. As noted in Thursday's blog post, HUD has published Notice PIH on “Administering the Community Service and Self-Sufficiency Requirement (CSSR).” The notice, which replaces Notice PIHwas issued to assist PHAs’ understanding and administration of the CSSR and in response to an audit report from the Office of Inspector General issued on Febru Full text of "The Interim" "The Legislator's Guide to Child and Family Issues" (working title) by hearing a presentation from Jan Spiegel-Stinger, DPHHS' Developmental Disabilities Division Child and Family Specialist.
how State and local policy will govern implementation of the Welfare to Work program; how the program will be. competitive grants Labor awarded for welfare-to-work funds available for fiscal year We also interviewed state and local officials in six states—Arizona, California, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, and Wisconsin—to obtain information on their plans for the welfare-to-work grant funding.
(See app. I for a full discussion of our. Alternative Welfare-to-Work Strategies for the Hard-to-Employ Testing Transitional Jobs and Pre-Employment Services in ( MB) Last Reviewed: Ap Directly Related Research.
program three times the size of the competitive grant set-aside program--the potential impact of our findings could be magnified. We believe that action should be taken to provide definitive guidance to achieve WtW legislative intent and improve program administration.
To improve the administration of the Welfare-to-Work competitive grants, we. Hotz, J., Imbens, G., & Klerman, J. (). Evaluating the differential effects of alternative welfare-to-work training components: A reanalysis of the California GAIN program.
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