Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Section 166- Indian and Native American Program Guidance and Instructions for Program Year (PY) 2011 One-Year Plan

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Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

Section 166
-

Indian and Native American Program

Guidance

and Instructions for

Program Year (PY) 2011 One
-
Year Plan

Evangeline Campbell, Program Manager

Purpose


Provide guidelines and instructions on
the development of the Program Year
(PY) 2011 One
-
year plan for the
Comprehensive Services Program (CSP)
and Supplemental Youth Services
Program (SYSP).

Training Agenda


Required Forms



PY 2011 Planning Narrative


Administrative Cost Rate


Attachment C


Assurance


SYSP Calculation Work Sheet


Required Forms


Requirements:


Standard Form (SF) 424;




SF 424 (A): Budget Information Form;
and Budget Narrative; and


Grant Signature Sheet;



Application for Federal Assistance “SF 424


SF
-

424


Information Needed


Correct and updated DUNS number

http://www.bpn.gov/CCRSearch/Search.aspx


Employer /Tax Payer ID #


Type of Application


Catalog of Federal Assistance (CFDA) Number:
17.265


Designated Service Area


Congressional District


Estimated Funding Amount


Original Signature


Budget Information Form
-

SF 424A

424A
-

Information Needed


List the program in Section A


Describe
all
applicable line items


Ensure the final total equal the estimated
program budget;


Completed form for CSP (adult); and


Completed form for the SYSP (youth)

Budget Narrative

Is a:


Detailed explanation of what is on the SF 424A;


Provide a description of each line item;


Is the internal budget (e.g. salaries,

supplies, travel, training, fringe benefits; etc.);


Needed for both the CSP (adult) and SYSP
(youth) programs.


Include break down of summer work experience.




Grant Signature Sheet



Planning Narrative



Planning Narrative


A key component of the one
-
year plan;


Describes the grantee

s training and
employment strategy;


Provided for the adults and youth
programs;


20 CFR Part 652
-

at
§
668.700
-
§
668.740;
and


Attachment B (Trails of Opportunity


Planning Narrative
-

Information needed


Identify the population served;


Array of services available.


Describe what system will be used to track
program services (e.g.
BearTracks
)


Grantees must address the Entered
Employment, Retention, and Average
Earnings rates (e.g. provide projections on
these indicators)


Incorporating

Trails of Opportunity

(Career Pathways)


Incorporating Trails of Opportunity

(Career Pathways)



WHY?



Incorporate the Secretary

s goal of preparing workers
for good jobs, and


Support of the Council’s recommendations;


To get back to the true intent of WIA Section 166
-

enhance the education, illiteracy, and in a manner
consistent with culture.


Trails of Opportunity (Career Pathway) training
-

April 20,
at 2:00 (see agenda for room location)

Six Key Elements:

Trails of Opportunity (Career
Pathways)



Occur simultaneously


Elements include:


Building Cross
-
Agency Partnerships:


Engaging Employers and Gap Analysis:


Clarifying Roles and Responsibilities:


Program Design


Identifying Funding Needs/Sources:


Align Policies and Programs:

Trails of Opportunity



Building Cross
-
Agency Partnerships;


Engaging Employers
and Gap Analysis;


Clarifying Roles and
Responsibilities; and


Program Design.


Service providers
that support your
program;


Prospective
employers or
participants;


Tribal or other
community officials
responsible for the
development and
administration of the
community; and


Narrative

20 CFR 668.700

SYSP Planning Narrative



Necessary only if you receive SYSP
funding;


Use the same requirements above;


Describe planned activities and
outcomes (e.g. work experience, life
skills training, mentorship and
leadership training, community service
projects, etc.)

Administrative Cost Rate

Administrative Cost Rates


Rates of 15% or less are approved
without written justification;


Above 15% must be approved;


Not to exceed 20%;


Must submit a detailed budget;


Written justification with the CSP.


See
§
667.220

Attachment C


Attachment C

Why use
:


Captures regulation requirements;


Helps to monitor performance targets;


Enrollment numbers;


Cost for participants; and


Provide the “Common Measure” targets;



SYSP Calculation Worksheet

Assurances & Certifications

Include:



Cover sheet


Drug Free Policy


Special Clause


Indirect Cost Rate (Tribes)


Cost Allocation Plan (Non
-

Profit Organizations)


Disclosure of Lobbing Activities


Certification Regarding Lobbing Activities;


Grievance Procedures;



Requirements:


¨
Assurance and Certifications


Information

FYI


FYI


SYSP
-

Program Year April 1, 2011


March 31, 2012.



CSP
-

Program Year July 1, 2011


June 30, 2012.



Unobligated grant funds for PY

s
2009 through PY 2010 can be
expended during this 1
-
year cycle.

FYI


All plans are due no later than
June 1,
2011.

Late submission will result in
delayed funding!


SYSP plan must be submitted as a part
of the strategic CSP.


SYSP funding will be allocated once
the PY 2011 budget is approved.


A grant modification is issued for each
new program year

s funding.

FYI


TEGLs is located at:



INAP:
http://www.doleta.gov/DINAP/



Community of Practice





http://ina.workforce3one.org/

FYI


Read the TEGL thoroughly and follow
each instruction.


When instructions are not followed, a delay
in Plan approval and funding will occur


It is best to develop your CSP following the
exact format outlined in the TEGL.


Use the Check List


Call your Federal Project Officer (FPO),
if you have questions.

FYI


Develop a well
-
written CSP and keep it
concise.


The narrative should be no more than 20
pages, doubled spaced (
not including
attachments
).


Retain a copy of the CSP in the event of
questions or corrections requested by your
designated Federal Project Officer.

Resources


Section 166 of WIA;
http://www.doleta.gov/dinap/cfml/wiapage.cfm
;


Regulations implementing the WIA Section 166 Indian and Native
American Program
http://www.doleta.gov/dinap/cfml/wiaregfinal.cfm
;


Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 17
-
05, Common
Measures Policy for the Employment and Training Administration

s
(ETA) Performance Accountability System and Related
Performance Issues located at:
http://wdr.doleta.gov/directives/corr_doc.cfm?DOCN=2195
;


Division of Indian and Native American Program (DINAP) Bulletin
99
-
05 Administrative Costs Limitations under WIA located at:
http://www.doleta.gov/dinap/bulletins/99
-
05.cfm
;


The Jobs for Veterans Act, Public Law (P.L.) 107
-
288 at:
http://www.doleta.gov/Seniors/html_docs/docs/veteransjobs.cfm#co
ntent
;

Resources


TEGL 10
-
09, Jobs for Veterans Act (JVA) of 2002, Public Law
(P.L.) 107
-
288, Section 2(a) codified at 38 U.S.C. 4215 at:
http://wdr.doleta.gov/directives/corr_doc.cfm?DOCN=2816
;


TEN 15
-
10, Protocol for Implementing Priority of Service for
Veterans and Eligible Spouses in all Qualified Job Training
Programs Funded in Whole or in Part by the U.S. Department of
Labor (the Department) located at:
http://wdr.doleta.gov/directives/corr_doc.cfm?DOCN=2954
; and


Career Pathways Initiative located at:
https://learnwork.workforce3one.org/



An Excel version of Attachment C can be found at:
http://ina.sage.mahermaher.net/page/prog_planning



Instructions for Attachment C can be found at:
http://ina.sage.mahermaher.net/page/prog_planning


Please direct questions to your designated

Federal Project Officer:


East


Andrea Brown

(202) 693
-
3736



Midwest


Duane Hall

(972) 850
-
4637


Craig Lewis

(202) 693
-
3384


Dawn Anderson

(202) 693
-
3745



West


Si Seciwa

(415) 625
-
7987


Guy Suetopka

(415) 625
-
7988

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