Federal Policy Resources

TAWB works with other state and national partners to ensure that legislation and policy that comes from Washington, D.C. has the effect of building up the workforce system, ensuring that local and state flexibility are maintained in the operation of the program, and that good outcomes are developed for the businesses and communities that local workforce boards serve. TAWB also provides resources for members and our workforce partners to increase their knowledge of critical workforce development issues and support their efforts in communicating to public officials on these issues.

TAWB Federal Issue Priorities

NAWB Policy Priorities 2021

USWA “Build Back Better” Support Letter
United States Workforce Association letter to the US House Education and Labor Committee.

A CALL-TO-ACTION BY THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE POLICY ADVISORY BOARD
Investing in American Workers to Expedite Economic Recovery, May 2020.

NAWB Advocacy Resources
The National Association of Workforce Boards provides a number of advocacy tools to support members in communicating with their own elected officials at both a state and national level.

The Promise of the State-Federal Partnership on Workforce Development & Training
Report from the National Governors Association along with the National Associations of State Workforce Liaisons and State Workforce Board Chairs on the importance of a strong partnership between states and the federal government on workforce development.

Economic Prosperity. Everyone Works.
Handout addressing the role of workforce development boards in impacting economic development and prosperity.

WIOA Talking Points 

Department of Labor WIOA homepage
The WIOA Resource Page provides information and resources for States, local areas, non-profits and other grantees, and other stakeholders to assist with implementation of the Act.

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