ED/OSERS/RSA
Rehabilitation Services Administration
ED

Our mission — to provide leadership and resources to assist state and other agencies in providing vocational rehabilitation(VR) and other services to individuals with disabilities to maximize their employment, independence and integration into the community and the competitive labor market.

RSA is charged with

  • administering formula and discretionary grant programs authorized by Congress;
  • evaluating, monitoring, and reporting on the implementation of Federal policy and programs and the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation, supported employment, and other related programs for individuals with disabilities;
  • coordinating with other Federal agencies, State agencies, and the private sector including professional organizations, service providers, and organizations of persons with disabilities for the review of program planning, implementation, and monitoring issues.

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

Overview

WIOA is designed to strengthen and improve the nation's public workforce development system by helping Americans with barriers to employment, including individuals with disabilities, achieve high quality careers and helping employers hire and retain skilled workers. Title IV of WIOA amended title I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.


WIOA Annual Reports

  • WIOA Program Year 2017 Reports
    WIOA requires States to submit an annual statewide performance report, including information on levels of performance achieved with respect to the primary indicators of performance. For Program Year (PY) 2017, State VR agencies reported some of this information to RSA for the first time under WIOA. PY 2017 data only includes performance for the Measurable Skill Gains indicator for the VR program because this was the only primary indicator for which data were available for reporting in PY 2017. To view each State report and the national summary for the VR program, please visit WIOA Annual Reports (PY 2017).
  • WIOA Annual Report Training
    The WIOA Annual Report Training provides an overview of the WIOA Annual Report submission timeline and State requirements. It also includes a demonstration of the submission portal. The WIOA Annual Report template is available on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration website. Please email RSAData@ed.gov if you have any questions about the WIOA Annual Report or submission process.

Joint WIOA Policy Guidance


Joint WIOA Technical Assistance Resources

  • Example of Local Area Integrated Business Services under WIOA
    The U.S. Departments of Education and Labor continue to encourage local areas to document the roles and responsibilities of WIOA partners in engaging employers in their Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) for the one-stop service delivery system, as required by section 121(c) of WIOA. The Departments support the development of coordinated business service strategies in these MOUs and are available to provide technical assistance to the workforce development system. The Departments are also interested in capturing promising practices from around the country to share with the field.
    One local workforce area of note is the Spokane Workforce Council, which has implemented an aligned workforce system with its partners, including the VR program, where staff work together on functional teams. The Spokane Local Integrated Workforce Plan: 2016-2020 and WorkSource Memorandum of Understanding: 2017-2020 are available on the Council's website. The Departments have also linked to these resources on ION for other local areas to consider as an example. This MOU includes Spokane’s plan for providing integrated on-site business services through the comprehensive American Job Center.
  • Collaboration Opportunities: WIOA Youth and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs
    On May 16, 2019, the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor issued a technical assistance resource titled Collaboration Opportunities: WIOA Youth and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs. This resource is intended to provide a high-level overview of these two programs and improve coordination of workforce preparation activities and employment services between these two core programs. The document offers strategies and resources to increase collaboration between the State and local agencies under these two programs, as well as program providers, so they may more effectively serve youth with disabilities.
  • State Wage Interchange System (SWIS) Data Sharing Agreement
    On May 3, 2019, the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor made available to the public workforce development system the State Wage Interchange System (SWIS) Data Sharing Agreement. To review the SWIS Agreement, SWIS Background Information, and an Informational Webcast, please visit the Innovation and Opportunity Network (ION).
    To learn which States have signed the SWIS Agreement, please review this map maintained by our Federal partners at the Employment and Training Administration. State VR agencies may submit questions or requests for technical assistance related to the SWIS Agreement to RSAData@ed.gov.
  • WIOA Shared Monitoring
    Just as State and local partners are working hard to implement WIOA and coordinate with one another, Federal partners are invested in maintaining a strong partnership at the Federal level. As Federal partners continue to provide joint guidance and technical assistance to State and local partners, they recognize that responsibilities related to monitoring should also be aligned. Through this alignment, Federal partners will be in a better position to help State and local partners provide high-quality services to all job-seekers, workers, and employers. For more information, please review WIOA Shared Monitoring At-a-Glance.
  • WIOA Federal Collaboration Guide
    Federal partners work collaboratively to provide joint guidance and technical assistance to support the workforce development system and employers. DOL and ED issue joint policy guidance to stakeholders in each agency's format. Despite the format, the guidance is the same. This at-a-glance document provides links to some of the joint policy guidance and technical assistance products.
  • WIOA Myth Busters
    The Departments of Labor, Education, and Health and Human Services developed a series of myth busters to debunk common misperceptions in the workforce development system as envisioned by WIOA.
  • WIOA Joint Webinars
  • Joint FAQs about WIOA One-Stop Infrastructure Costs
  • Sample Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and Infrastructure Costs Toolkit
    The Departments of Labor and Education developed a Sample MOU and accompanying Cost Allocation Analyses that States and local areas may use as a reference guide when developing MOUs for the one-stop service delivery system under WIOA . This joint technical assistance addresses the one-stop operating budget, Infrastructure Funding Agreement, and cost allocation methodologies.
  • The Playlists: Disability Resources for WIOA Practitioners
    High-quality services to individuals with disabilities is a critical goal of WIOA. These ten playlists provide technical assistance to assist the workforce development system in meeting that goal. Each playlist highlights resources such as toolkits, reports, online courses, and videos on specific topics related to improving service to individuals with disabilities.
  • WIOA Convenings - Spring 2017
    The Department of Labor, in collaboration with its Departments of Education and Health and Human Services partners, hosted three WIOA convenings in Dallas (April 18-20), San Diego (May 8-10), and Washington, D.C. (May 23-25) to support the workforce development system's implementation of WIOA.

WIOA Title IV Frequently Asked Questions


WIOA Title IV Technical Assistance Resources

  • Effectiveness in Serving Employers: A Crosswalk for WIOA Title IV Employer Services
    The WINTAC, in partnership with RSA, recently published an Effectiveness in Serving Employers for WIOA Title IV Employer Services Crosswalk. RSA and its Federal partners agree that the crosswalk may be a useful technical assistance resource as VR agencies collaborate with their State partners, across all titles of WIOA, to ensure each core program’s efforts to engage with businesses and employers are collected and reported as Federal partners pilot this WIOA performance indicator.
  • Measurable Skill Gains and Credential Attainment
    The Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center (WINTAC), one of the RSA-funded technical assistance centers, partnered with RSA to develop guides for State VR agencies related to two of the WIOA performance accountability indicators: Measurable Skill Gains (MSG) and Credential Attainment. These WINTAC guides are intended to assist State VR agencies with understanding the requirements of recognized education and training programs related to the indicators and developing policies and procedures using the joint performance accountability guidance.
    Beginning with Program Year (PY) 2017 and continuing in PY 2018, State VR agencies have collected and reported information to RSA related to VR program participants who achieved a MSG. In PY 2018, State VR agencies are collecting and reporting information to RSA related to participants who obtained a recognized postsecondary credential or secondary school diploma, or its recognized equivalent, during their participation in the VR program or within one year after they exit from the VR program.
  • Performance Accountability Overview for Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies
    RSA developed a training curriculum which provides an overview of the joint guidance issued in Technical Assistance Circulars TAC-17-01 and TAC-17-04. This curriculum contains seven independent modules that provide information on the key terms outlined in section 116 of WIOA as well as the six performance accountability indicators. It also provides an overview of supplemental wage guidance issued in TAC-17-04. Contact RSAData@ed.gov with any questions or comments about the training.
  • Essential Elements of Customized Employment
    The Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center and the Youth Technical Assistance Center, funded by RSA, entered into a partnership with Griffin-Hammis Associates, TransCen, Inc., Marc Gold & Associates, and Virginia Commonwealth University to develop a document to identify the essential elements of customized employment (CE) as a guide for the universal application of these elements across service delivery and training providers. CE is a strategy to help individuals with barriers to employment achieve competitive integrated employment through tailoring jobs to the abilities of individuals and the needs of employers.
    The Essential Elements of Customized Employment (PDF, 300 KB) will result in consistency of CE training content across the nation, an increase in CE training providers, an increase in the capacity and sustainability of CE as a service to individuals in need of the service, and a significant increase in the number of individuals who obtain competitive integrated employment through the strategies, techniques, and interventions articulated in this document.
  • Case Service Report RSA-911
    For more information on the RSA-911, please visit Case Service Report (RSA-911) Data
  • Transition Guide to Postsecondary Education and Employment for Students and Youth with Disabilities
    On March 27, 2017, President Trump signed Public Law No. 115-13, which rescinded the Department of Education's regulations relating to accountability and state plans under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as reauthorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). In order to reflect these changes, OSERS revised and reissued "A Transition Guide to Postsecondary Education and Employment for Students and Youth with Disabilities" to remove references to the rescinded ESSA regulations.
  • Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation (CSAVR) Conference - Fall 2016
    RSA, together with its federal partners in the Department of Labor, provided technical assistance on the final regulations under titles I and IV of WIOA at the CSAVR fall conference. Under title I, the technical assistance addressed final regulations implementing the joint performance indicators and one-stop infrastructure costs. Under title IV, the technical assistance addressed final regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the VR and SE programs, as well as final regulations implementing section 511.
  • Transition-Related Changes to the VR Program Regulations
    On October 13, 2016, RSA and OSEP held a webinar on transition-related changes to the VR program regulations, resulting from WIOA, including transition-related definitions specific to the provision of pre-employment transition services and transition services; the scope of pre-employment transition services, group transition services and individualized transition services; requirements of and considerations related to the formal interagency agreement between State educational agencies and VR agencies; and limitations on the use of subminimum wage. The OSEP website contains other technical assistance resources.
  • RSA Regional Meetings on Program-Specific Requirements
    In the summer and fall of 2016, RSA held three regional meetings on the final regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the VR and SE programs, as well as those implementing section 511 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by title IV of WIOA. In the regional meetings, RSA provided technical assistance on the following areas: competitive integrated employment, employment outcome, and limitations on the use of subminimum wage; transition services, including pre-employment transition services; supported employment; and fiscal requirements.

WIOA State Plans

  • WIOA Unified and Combined State Plans
    In the spring of 2018, States and Territories submitted the required two-year modification to their four-year WIOA State Plans for Federal review and approval. The Departments of Labor, Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Agriculture, whose programs are included in the State Plan, are pleased to announce that the public and stakeholders may view, download, and search the approved WIOA State Plans for the period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020. In addition, the WIOA State Plans, covering the period July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2020, remain available.
  • Two-Year Modification to WIOA Unified and Combined State Plans
    The Departments of Labor, Education, Agriculture, and Health and Human Services prepared a set of webcasts to assist States and their public workforce system partners in the development and the submission of the required two-year modification to the WIOA State Plans. The webcasts provide an overview of the submission requirements for the modification as well as considerations for preparing Plans in future years across programs, including specific requirements related to the VR services portion. State agencies are encouraged to start with the “Overview” module before choosing all or some of the program-specific presentations.
  • WIOA State Plan Portal
    The State Plan Portal is part of the State Plan Requirements Information Collection Request (OMB No. 1205-0522) and has been approved as the method by which States should submit their Unified or Combined State Plan. See also Additional State Plan Portal resources and Request a User account for WIOA State Plan Portal.

WIOA Regulations

On August 19, 2016, the Departments of Labor and Education announced the publication of the final rules implementing WIOA in the Federal Register:

On December 2, 2016, the Department of Labor's Civil Rights Center (CRC) announced the publication of the WIOA Section 188 nondiscrimination and equal opportunity regulations (29 CFR Part 38) in the Federal Register. For more information, please visit the CRC website.


WIOA Federal Partner Websites


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What's New in RSA

Increasing Postsecondary Opportunities and Success for Students and Youth with Disabilities

The Department issued a Questions and Answers document (Q&A), with an accompanying Appendix, on the dual enrollment of students with disabilities in secondary school and postsecondary education institutions, including comprehensive transition and postsecondary education programs for students with intellectual disabilities.

Increasing Postsecondary Opportunities and Success for Students and Youth with Disabilities (PDF, 400KB)

(Sep. 17, 2019)


New Commissioner Leads U.S. Education Department’s Rehabilitation Services Administration

Mark Allan Schultz, most recently a deputy commissioner at the Nebraska Department of Education, will lead the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) within the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). RSA assists states and other agencies in their work to provide vocational rehabilitation and other services to individuals with disabilities to maximize their employment, independence and integration into the community and the competitive labor market.

Read more on the OSERS Blog.

(August 12, 2019)


Maximizing Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities

RSA, in partnership with State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agencies and stakeholders across the country, administers programs that assist nearly one million individuals with disabilities each year through the State VR Services and the State Supported Employment Services programs. Through this partnership, RSA supports State VR agencies as they maximize opportunities for individuals with disabilities to prepare for, secure, retain, advance in, or regain employment that is consistent with their unique strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests, and informed choice. RSA is committed to improving outcomes and raising expectations for all people with disabilities, their families, their communities, and the nation. This infographic includes recent program data and highlights positive trends related to the employment outcomes that individuals served by the VR program achieve.

(July 29, 2019)


Collaboration Opportunities: WIOA Youth and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs

On May 16, 2019, the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor issued a technical assistance resource titled Collaboration Opportunities: WIOA Youth and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs. This resource is intended to provide a high-level overview of these two programs and improve coordination of workforce preparation activities and employment services between these two core programs. The document offers strategies and resources to increase collaboration between the State and local agencies under these two programs, as well as program providers, so they may more effectively serve youth with disabilities.

(June 5, 2019)


Case Service Report (RSA-911)

On May 6, 2019, RSA issued PD-19-03 including the revised Case Service Report (RSA-911) for implementation beginning in Program Year (PY) 2020, beginning July 1, 2020. PD-16-04 remains in effect for PY 2018 and PY 2019. RSA also posted the Case Service Report (RSA-911) Correction Procedures. This technical assistance resource outlines the options available to State Vocational Rehabilitation agencies to correct information reported on the RSA-911 when errors in data collection or reporting are identified.

(June 4, 2019)


State Wage Interchange System (SWIS) Data Sharing Agreement

On May 3, 2019, the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor made available to the public workforce development system the State Wage Interchange System (SWIS) Data Sharing Agreement. To review the SWIS Agreement, SWIS Background Information, and an Informational Webcast, please visit the Innovation and Opportunity Network (ION).

(June 3, 2019)


WIOA Program Year 2017 Reports

WIOA requires States to submit an annual statewide performance report, including information on levels of performance achieved with respect to the primary indicators of performance. For Program Year (PY) 2017, State VR agencies reported some of this information to RSA for the first time under WIOA. PY 2017 data only includes performance for the Measurable Skill Gains indicator for the VR program because this was the only primary indicator for which data were available for reporting in PY 2017. To view each State report and the national summary for the VR program, please visit WIOA Annual Reports (PY 2017).

(June 1, 2019)


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RSA's programs are listed below. Please click on a link to view information about the program, or tab to or click on the info ico to view a brief description of the program.

Vocational rehabilitation and supported employment

Training

Client advocacy

Underserved populations

Demonstration projects

Technical assistance centers

Other RSA programs

WIOA State Plan programs (not in RSA)

Grants & Funding



The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), through its many programs and projects, provides an array of discretionary grants and other funding opportunities to serve individuals with disabilities and their families. Please find out more about those opportunities below.



Discretionary Grant Applications


Click on Discretionary Grant Applications to learn more about discretionary grant funding opportunities available from RSA.


Formula Grant Programs


Formula grant programs are allocations of money to states or their subdivisions in accordance with a distribution formula prescribed by law or administrative regulation for activities of a continuing nature not confined to a specific project.


Scholarships


RSA awards grants to colleges and universities for providing scholarship assistance to students.


 


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Orientation & Technical Assistance Guide for State Vocational Rehabilitation Directors

Overview

RSA extends a special welcome to new state vocational rehabilitation (VR) directors. This orientation is provided to support you in the important work of administering Federal programs within your state funded under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), including the State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program, the State Supported Employment Services Program, and the Independent Living Services for Older Individuals who are Blind Program. RSA developed this guide to provide quick and efficient access to information and technical assistance resources related to the administration of these programs. We hope that you find this information useful and encourage you to contact your RSA state liaison for assistance in locating other resources or for responses to questions pertaining to the administration of any of these programs.

The RSA web site is a primary source for locating pertinent information described below related to RSA’s formula and discretionary grant programs, including current policy guidance, on-line training and technical assistance tools and resources, state and national data, grant-related reporting forms, VR State Plans, and other state-specific information. Links to this information are included below for ready access.

To access the most current information and notifications from RSA, VR directors may subscribe for email updates regarding RSA in general, the VR program, data collection and analysis, fiscal/financial management, legislation and policy, service programs, technical assistance resources, training programs, and RSA website news.

Legislation, Regulations and Guidance

Program Specific Regulations

Guidance

Technical Assistance Centers and Demonstration Projects

Aligning with RSA’s mission to provide leadership and resources to grantees and stakeholders, RSA created a series of training and technical assistance centers and demonstration projects to assist state VR agencies and their partners in providing VR and other services to individuals with disabilities. Each technical assistance center focuses its efforts on a specific set of topics designed to provide universal, targeted, and intensive technical assistance for the purpose of improving services to individuals with disabilities to maximize their employment, independence and integration into the community and the competitive labor market.

State Rehabilitation Council

The State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) is a key partner with the VR agency in the administration of the VR program. Among its several responsibilities, the SRC reviews, evaluates and advises the agency regarding its performance and effectiveness in the delivery of services and the effect of service provision on the achievement of employment outcomes by individuals with disabilities. Additionally, the SRC ensures that the voice of the community of stakeholders is heard as agencies develop and implement policies and procedures that directly effect the individuals served by the VR agency.

The SRC brings together a variety of individuals with disabilities, disability groups, VR professionals, service providers, and leaders in the community, including those representing business, industry and labor.

Vocational Rehabilitation /Supported Employment State Plan

The VR services portion of the Unified or Combined State Plan must satisfy all requirements set forth in section 102 or 103 of WIOA. Under the provisions of WIOA, the Governor of each state or territory must submit a Unified or Combined State Plan to the U.S. Department of Labor that outlines a four-year strategy for the state’s workforce development system.

States submitted their four-year WIOA State Plans for Federal review and approval in early 2016. The Departments of Labor, Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Agriculture, whose programs are addressed, provided review and approval for each Plan for the period July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2020.

An important component of the vocational rehabilitation services portion of the Unified or Combined State Plan is the results of a comprehensive, statewide needs assessment, jointly conducted by the designated State unit and the State Rehabilitation Council (if the State unit has a Council) every three years. Results of the needs assessment are to be included in the vocational rehabilitation portion of the Unified or Combined State Plan and must describe the rehabilitation needs of individuals with disabilities residing within the state.

Monitoring of the Vocational Rehabilitation and Supported Employment Programs

Section 107(a) of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Act), as amended by title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), requires the Commissioner of the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) to conduct annual reviews and periodic on-site monitoring of programs authorized under title I of the Act to determine whether a vocational rehabilitation (VR) agency is complying substantially with the provisions of its State Plan under section 101 of the Act and with the evaluation standards and performance indicators established under section 106 of the Act, which are subject to the performance accountability measures in section 116(b) of WIOA and 34 CFR part 361, subpart E. To fulfill, in part, this requirement, RSA has developed this Monitoring and Technical Assistance Guide (MTAG), through which it will provide technical assistance to, and review the progress of, VR agencies toward compliance with new requirements under the Act, as amended by WIOA, and assess improvements in the performance of the VR program as well as compliance with pertinent Federal programmatic and fiscal requirements.

Fiscal Management

To assist states with the fiscal administration of the VR and other formula grant programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, RSA developed a number of fiscal resources including policy directives and training materials on specific areas of fiscal policy and program administration. Resources available address a variety of topics such as establishment, maintenance of effort, indirect cost and cost allocation, match, third party cooperative arrangements, award calculation and reallotment, liquidation of obligations, and reporting. In addition, resources have also been developed to provide technical assistance regarding funding contributions and operations of One-Stop Centers Infrastructure Funding of the One-Stop Delivery System TAC-17-03, and One-Stop Operations Guidance for the American Job Center Network TAC-17-02.

WIOA established new requirements for the development of Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) in the one-stop service delivery system. The Innovation and Opportunity Network (ION) website has posted a Sample MOU and accompanying Cost Allocation Analyses that may be used as a reference guide or toolkit when developing an MOU. The sample MOU and toolkit includes the one-stop operating budget, Infrastructure Funding Agreement (IFA), and cost allocation methodologies pursuant to the requirements of section 121 of WIOA, its implementing regulations in the Joint WIOA Final Rule at 20 CFR part 678 and the corresponding Department of Education implementing regulations at 34 CFR parts 361 and 463 and the relevant guidance.

The Departments of Education and Labor conducted a joint technical assistance webinar on One-Stop Infrastructure Funding on June 7, 2017. This webinar provided a hypothetical example of how partner contributions towards infrastructure costs may be determined under the state funding mechanism.

A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page has been developed to provide clarification regarding the period of performance for RSA formula grant awards and the impact on the obligation and carryover of Federal funds.

Data and Performance

Data

The RSA web site provides resources to enable access to national and state specific performance data. You may query agency-specific reports including the RSA-113 (VR program quarterly cumulative caseload report); RSA-911 (Case Service Report); RSA-7-OB (Independent Living Services for Older Individuals who are Blind report); and the RSA-15 (Randolph Sheppard Vending Facility Program report). The RSA web site also provides the capacity to run pre-defined tables for the entire nation, for your state, or for your agency.

RSA uses the data collected through the RSA-911 to describe the performance of the VR and Supported Employment programs. For more information on the RSA-911, please review supporting information for the RSA-911 resources. A curriculum related to the changes and the collection and reporting of data via the RSA-911 is also available that addresses performance measures, key terms in the joint guidance, information on how the terms apply to VR, as well as a discussion about the deliverable timelines for 2016 and 2017 and using the RSA-911 data to monitor the performance of the VR program.

Performance

Section 116 of WIOA establishes performance accountability indicators that apply across the core programs to assess the effectiveness of States and local areas in achieving positive outcomes for individuals served by these programs. Under section 116(b)(2)(A) of WIOA, there are six primary indicators of performance: Employment Rate—2nd Quarter After Exit; Employment Rate—4th Quarter After Exit; Median Earnings—2nd Quarter After Exit; Credential Attainment; Measurable Skill Gains; and Effectiveness in Serving Employers.

More information on the common performance indicators can be found in TAC-17-01 Performance Accountability Guidance for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Title I, Title II, Title III and Title IV Core Programs. Additional joint guidance in the area of performance accountability can be found at TAC-17-04 Guidance on the Use of Supplemental Wage Information to Implement the Performance Accountability Requirements under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

The Departments of Education and Labor conducted a joint webinar on January 11, 2017, in support of TAC-17-01. Additional webinars have been developed on the topic of performance accountability provisions of WIOA, and matching personally identifiable information in education records and personal information in VR records with wage records held by the state agency responsible for administration of the state’s unemployment compensation (UC) program. We will continue to post new webinars related to data and performance as we develop them.

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Annual Reports to Congress

The RSA Annual Reports to Congress provide a description of the activities of RSA. RSA is the principal agency for carrying out Title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

The reports for Fiscal Years 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014 are under review at this time.

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