Job & Family Services Office of Workforce Development
Ohio's WIOA Combined State Plan

Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), the Governor of each state must submit a Unified or Combined State Plan to the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Education that outlines a four-year workforce development strategy for the state’s workforce development system. Ohio submits a combined state plan with the following partners:

  • Title I of WIOA
  • Wagner-Peyser Employment Services
  • Aspire
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education
  • Jobs for Veterans State Grant
  • Senior Community Service Employment Program

WIOA Combined State Plan PY22-23 Two-Year Modification
WIOA requires that states review their plan every two years and update State Plan strategies, based on changes in the labor market and economic conditions or other factors affecting the implementation of the State Plan. 

To view the Program Year 2020-2023 Combined State plan Two-Year Modification, click here.

 PY 2020 - 2023 Combined State Plan       
With a common-sense approach and business-centric focus, Ohio is making important reforms to the workforce system. These reforms will help businesses find the talent they need and help job seekers find good careers, earn sustainable wages, and support their families. The PY 2020 - 2023 plan took effect July 1, 2020. 

To view the Program Year 2020 - 2023 Combined State plan, click here.

WIOA Combined State Plan for Ohio Program Year 2016-2020 as modified Feb. 1, 2018



Last updated: 12/06/2022