TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT
NOTICE

NO.

23-03

DATE:

June 14, 2004

 
TO : ALL STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
ALL STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
 
FROM : KAREN CALVERIC
Acting Administrator
Office of Policy Development, Evaluation and Research
 
SUBJECT : Release and Availability of ETA OP 2004-04: What Can We Expect Under Personal Reemployment Accounts? Predictions and Procedures

  1. Purpose. To announce the release and availability of the ETA Occasional Paper 2004-04: What Can We Expect Under Personal Reemployment Accounts? Predictions and Procedures

  2. Background. The ETA Occasional Paper series contains final reports on research, pilots, demonstrations and evaluations commissioned by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. It is our goal to assist the national workforce investment system in preparing our nation's workforce for the 21st Century economy. Research, demonstration and evaluation projects provide knowledge upon which to formulate decisions that will continue to build an innovative and demand-driven workforce training system.

  3. Publication Description. ETA Occasional Paper 2004-04: Release and Availability of ETA OP 2004-04: What Can We Expect Under Personal Reemployment Accounts? Predictions and Procedures. The study addresses important questions and issues to consider for implementing Personal Reemployment Accounts (PRAs). As a result, it can serve as a useful took for ETA staff and state and local administrators.

    This study addresses three broad questions:

  4. Inquiries. To view an abstract of this publication as well as to download the full report or an executive summary as a PDF, visit the ETA Occasional Paper series Web site: http://www.doleta.gov/reports/searcheta/occ

    For further information about this report, please contact Janet Javar at 202/693-3677; or write: Division of Research and Demonstrations, Office of Policy Development, Evaluation and Research, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Rm N5637, Washington, DC, 20210.


EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Washington, DC 20210