Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 guides and directs the public workforce development system in each state.
Each year, the key programs that form the pillars of WIOA help tens of millions of job seekers and workers nationwide connect to good jobs and acquire the skills and credentials needed to obtain them. Oregon has the support of the federal government in these efforts to help state residents reach their full education and career potential. The HECC Offices of Workforce Investments (OWI) and other state offices and agencies work together and are primary
partners in the implementation of WIOA in Oregon. WIOA is designed to help job seekers succeed in the labor market by providing them with access to employment, education, training, and support services and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.
Workforce and Talent Development Board (WTDB) and Title I policies related to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) can be found by visiting the
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Oregon website.
2020-2023 Combined State Plan
The Final Draft for submission to the U.S. Department of Labor of Oregon's 2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan is available for review.
Final Draft 2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan for Oregon
Public comments and questions and responses and answers regarding Oregon's 2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan are also available for review.
Public Comments for the Final Draft 2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan for Oregon
Please contact Clay Martin, WTDB Initiatives Analyst via email at email@example.com with any questions regarding Oregon's 2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan.
2016-2019 Unified State Plan
The 2016-2019 Unified State Plan was submitted to the US Department of Labor (DOL) and US Department of Education on March 3, 2016 in accordance with the Required Elements for the Submission of the Unified or Combined State Plan and Plan Modification under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. The Plan was approved by the secretary of each federal agency that oversees the core programs. Each state will have the opportunity to review and modify their plan in two years.
Proposed Modifications to the Approved Unified State Plan - FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
Approved Unified State Plan
Recommended Unified State Plan and Supporting Materials
The Workforce and Talent Development Board recommended the Unified State Plan for approval on February 17, 2016.
For more information or a full version of the state plan for the Department of Human Services Vocational Rehabilitation Services