WIOA Policies, Regulations, and More
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|Local Workforce Policies and Four-Year Plan||
12-02 Eligibility Policy
15-01 Contract Procedure Policy (Not for training contracts)
17-03.4 On-the-Job Training Policy
17-09.2 Supportive Services Policy
17-16 Self-Sufficiency Policy
17-18 Follow-Up Policy
17-21 Performance Policy
18-02 Co-Enrollment Policy
18-04 Youth Activities Policy
18-05.1 Referral Process Policy
18-07.1 Use of Assessments Policy
18-09 Governance Policy
18-13.1 Incentive Policy
18.04.1 Youth Activities Policy
Southwestern Area Workforce Development Board Annual Reports & Four-Year Plan
The following links are for current and past SAWDB WIOA Annual Reports and the modified local plan. The annual report provides program information on WIOA services, success stories, funds expended, and labor market information. The local plan outlines the goals, strategies, and collaborative efforts that will be accomplished by the Board through PY19. Adobe Reader is needed to view these files.
State Workforce Policies
The following link shows the State of New Mexico's Workforce Investment Act policies. These policies are in effect during the 2015 Program Year and amended to comply with the federal Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act and regulations. Adobe Reader is needed to view them.
Federal Workforce Legislation & Regulations
The following link shows the U.S. Department of Labor regulations and federal legislation. Adobe Reader is needed to view them.
New Mexico State Records Center and Archives by the New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC)
The following link is to the official updated NMAC as published by the NM State Records and Archives webpage.