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Technical Assistance on the WIRED Performance Accountability Framework. Workforce Innovations 2007 Kansas City Convention Center Wednesday, July 18, 2007 4:00 – 5:00 pm. Today’s Presenters.

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Technical Assistance on the WIRED Performance Accountability Framework

Workforce Innovations 2007

Kansas City Convention Center

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 4:00 – 5:00 pm


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Today’s Presenters

  • Karen Staha - Director, Division of System Accomplishments, Office of Performance and Technology, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor

  • Greg Hitchcock – Team Leader, Division of System Accomplishments, Office of Performance and Technology, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor

  • Michael Qualter – Team Leader, Division of Adult Services, Office of Workforce Investment, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor


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Agenda/Objectives

  • Gain a general understanding of the overall WIRED Performance Accountability Framework

  • Understand the approach and connections necessary to report the common performance measure outcomes for WIRED participants

  • Provide the information for the WIRED regions and the workforce investment system to facilitate reporting on WIRED participants and other outcomes of the WIRED region


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WIRED Performance Accountability Framework

  • The WIRED initiative is different than most of the Employment and Training Administration’s other workforce investment grants

  • The broader scope of the WIRED grants requires a slightly different approach to capture the achievements of the WIRED regions

  • The WIRED Performance Accountability Framework was developed to describe the accomplishments of regional economic development, in addition to the more traditional workforce outcomes


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Indicators

Outcomes

Result

Inputs Outputs

Examples

Asset Mapping

SWOT analysis

Regional implementation plans

New strategic partnerships

Targeted training strategies

Industry cluster targets

New training curricula

Goal

Talent development drives regional economic competitiveness and advancement opportunities for American workers

Measurable Change in:

Entered Employment

Employment Retention Average Earnings

Other outcomes defined by individual grantees

Overall Result

An innovation economy supported by a regional talent development infrastructure that meets the needs of high-growth and emerging industries

Examples

Federal funding for workforce, economic development, and education

WIRED grant

Regional training entities

New leveraged resources

Gauge of

Progress:

Increased community college and regional training capacity

Number of Individuals entering training

Number of training-related placements

Gauges of Performance

Common Performance Measure Outcomes

Quarterly Grantee Progress Reports

Evaluation Study

Evaluation Study

Promising Practices

Evaluation Study

Quarterly Grantee Progress Reports


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Common Performance Measure Outcomes

Indicate the ultimate success of your regional talent development strategies

Appropriately educated and skilled individuals available to fill and attract additional high-growth and high-wage jobs to your region

Entered Employment Rate

Employment Retention Rate

Average Earnings


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Common Performance Measure Outcomes Reporting

  • Calls for a partnership between the WIRED regions and the appropriate state and local workforce investment system components to report individual outcomes against a set of common performance measures

  • WIRED participants to be reported using the WIA Standardized Record Data (WIASRD)

  • Two methods for capturing WIRED participants:

    • Co-enroll in the WIA program

    • WIRED-only


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Co-Enrolled WIRED Participants

  • Individuals who receive WIA services in addition to WIRED-funded services

    • Data will be gathered on them as they move through the WIA service delivery structure

    • A special region-specific code that identifies them as a WIRED participant will be inserted into their record


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“WIRED-Only” Participants

  • Individuals who receive only WIRED-funded services (no WIA services)

    • With the exception of 7 data elements, the same data will be collected for these individuals as for co-enrolled participants

    • A special region-specific code that identifies them as a WIRED participant would be inserted into their record

    • Would be identified as receiving no services under WIA


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Calculating the Common Performance Measure Outcomes

  • States will compile the co-enrolled WIRED participant and “WIRED-only” participant individual records and submit them to ETA as part of their regular WIASRD submission

  • Using the WIRED codes, ETA will analyze the data in the records to determine the common performance measure outcomes for WIRED participants


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Key Questions for Your Reporting Team

  • How will the necessary data be collected for those individuals that are “WIRED-only” participants?

    • Who is responsible for collecting that data?

    • Where does the data go?

    • What are the specific questions that need to be asked to get the answers required to complete the records for “WIRED-only” participants?


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Important WIRED Reporting Handouts

  • Specially-marked WIASRD record layout

  • Region-specific WIRED codes for use in element 313c of the WIASRD record


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Questions

WIASRD General Reporting Instructions

  • http://www.doleta.gov/performance/Guidance/WIA/WIASRD-General-Instructions-Expires-02282009.doc

    Other Performance Reporting Resources

  • www.doleta.gov/performance

  • ETAperforms@dol.gov


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