One-Stop System provides more information about the One-Stop system and links to the list of One-Stop Centers and statewide workforce contacts. Click on Find Local Services in the top, left navigation pane to go straight to the map and list of contacts.
Ohio Workforce System links to requirements to access the Ohio Workforce Case Management System, the internal data-gathering system used by approved workforce professionals. See also Training for Workforce Professionals and the Calendar of Events in the top left pane.
Workforce Investment Act, WIA, was passed by Congress in 1998 to create a comprehensive workforce investment system to meet the needs of employers and of adults, dislocated workers and youth who want to advance their careers.
USDOL-ETA, the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Agency, offers tools, updates and links to assist the nation's workforce professionals in serving the needs of workers and businesses. Links to What's New, Topics of Interest and State and Local Workforce Activities.
One-Stop Comprehensive Financial Management Technical Assistance Guide (USDOL Office of Grants Management, July 2011)
NAWDP, the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals, provides individual professional development to meet the members' needs.
NAWB, the National Association of Workforce Boards, represents the nation's business-led Workforce Investment Boards and serves other associated organizations in the workforce industry with one common goal: Helping America Work.
NACo, the National Association of Counties, represents county governments before the Administration and Congress, and provides services to the nation's counties.
U.S. Conference of Mayors Workforce Development Council provides a forum for mayors and city administrators to
examine workforce development issues and strengthen cities' ability to meet the needs of their citizens.
Last Update: 02/28/2013