WIA State Plan
The Nebraska Workforce Investment Plan, as modified, for Program Year 2011 (July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012) was approved on June 23, 2011. However, the reduction to five percent in the WIA allotment for Program Year 2011 Governor's Reserve funds restricts the state's ability to effectively fund and carry out all of the required statewide workforce investment activities. Nebraska is planning to submit the three waiver requests below. If you have questions or comments regarding these waivers, please contact Jan Fox, Policy Coordinator, Office of Employment and Training, Nebraska Department of Labor, 550 South 16th Street, Lincoln, NE 68509 or phone (402) 471-1932 or email at email@example.com.
Click here for PDF format – NE Waiver Request – Required Statewide Activities.
Click here for PDF format – NE Waiver Request - Other Required Statewide Activities – Assist in Establishment and Operation of One-Stop Delivery System.
Click here for PDF format – NE Waiver Request – Other Required Statewide Activities – Provide Additional Assistance to Local Areas that Have High Concentrations of Eligible Youth to Carry Out the Local Activities Identified in Section 129(c).
Click here for PDF format – State Plan Modification for the period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.
Click here Signature Sheet identifying Program Administration Designees and Plan Signatures.
Click here June 23, 2011 letter approving the State Plan Modification.
Click here for PDF format – NWIB Executive Committee May 26, 2010 Minutes
Click here for PDF format – Revised Transfer Authority Waiver Request.
Click here for Attachment D - Limited English Proficiency Plan
Click here for Attachment E - Inventory of Worker Training Programs
Click here for Accessibility Policy
Click here for Procurement Standards Policy
Click here for Nebraska's One-Stop Delivery System Policy
Click here for PDF format - FutureForce Nebraska Forum Synthesis
Click here for PDF format - University of Nebraska-Lincoln report "Opportunities for Increased Partner Participation and Efficiency in Nebraska's One-Stop Delivery System"
Click here for PDF format - 2005 Governor's Summit Priorities