U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Employment and Training Administration
Washington, D. C. 20210

CLASSIFICATION

 

CORRESPONDENCE SYMBOL

TEES

ISSUE DATE

February 16, 1993

RESCISSIONS

None

EXPIRATION DATE

December 31, 1993

DIRECTIVE

:

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION LETTER NO. 12-92, Ch. 1

 

TO

:

ALL STATE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY AGENCIES

 

FROM

:

Barbara Ann Farmer
Administrator for Regional Management

 

SUBJECT

:

Reporting Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) Data Electronically

  1. Purpose: To inform State Employment Security Agencies (SESAs) that EUC reporting, as required in GAL No. 12-92, Attachment C, will be accomplished electronically beginning with the first reports due after the download of appropriate software on or about February 1

  2. Contact: Direct inquiries to the appropriate Regional Office.

  3. Background: Instruction for reporting data for the EUC program is listed in GAL No. 12-92, Attachment C. At the time of the issuance, all EUC data except that reported on the ETA 539 and ETA 2112 were to be reported on separate paper forms and mailed to the National Office. EUC data for the ETA 539 and ETA 2112 were to be put in the comments section of the regular electronically transmitted reports.

    Separate Electronic Reports: Separate input screens for the electronic reporting system have now been developed for the ETA 207, ETA 218, ETA 227, ETA 5130, ETA 5159, and ETA 2112. These screens should be available to States for electronic entry on, or about, February 16, 1993. State UI Network System Administrators will be informed a few days prior to the download.

  4. Reporting instructions remain the same: Only the method of reporting is changed from paper copy to electronic. The EUC data associated with the ETA 2112 will now be reported electronically on a separate screen. The ETA 539 will continue to have associated EUC data reported in the comments section of the regular electronically transmitted report.

  5. OMB Approval: These reporting requirements are approved under OMB approval number 1205-0317, expiring December 31, 1993.

  6. Action Required: SESA Administrators should inform appropriate personnel of this change in method of reporting and begin electronic reporting with the first reports due after the download of screen programs on or about February 16, 1993.