Policies, Regulations, & More

The following policies are primarily intended for use by workforce professionals. Original policies with signatures are available at the administrative offices of the workforce board.


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Local Workforce Policies

13-1          Contract Signature Authority Policy

14-1          Electronic Signature Policy

15-1          Contract Procedure Policy (Not for training contracts)

17-01        Oversight  Monitoring Policy

17-03.4     On-the-Job Training Policy
                   On-the-Job Training Policy Addendum #1 

17-08.5     Individual Training Account Policy

                    ► ITA Addendum No. 1 - Film Industry and Digital Media

                    ► SWAGL 15 - 1.2 ITA Waiver Request Letter

                    ► SWAGL 17- 02 Occupation in Demand/Labor Market Analysis

                    ► LLSIL PY2020 Income Table

17-09.5     Supportive Services Policy

                    ► SWAGL 19 - 02 Laptop Purchases

17-11        Eligible Training Provider List Policy

17-12        Technical Assistance and Training Policy

17-16        Self-Sufficiency Policy

17-17        One-Stop Delivery System Policy

17-18.1     Follow-Up Services Policy

17-19.1     Electronic Files Content & Records Management Policy

17-20        Incumbent Worker Training Activities

17-21        Performance Policy

17-22        Conflict of Interest Policy

MOA's and MOU's

Annual Reports and Plans

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 PY23.

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State Workforce Policies

The following link shows the State of New Mexico's Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act and regulations.

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Federal Workforce Legislation & Regulations

The following link shows the U.S. Department of Labor regulations and federal legislation.

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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.

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