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

CLASSIFICATION

UI

CORRESPONDENCE SYMBOL

TEUMI

ISSUE DATE

April 21, 1992

RESCISSIONS

None

EXPIRATION DATE

April 30, 1993

DIRECTIVE

:

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM LETTER NO. 22-92

 

TO

:

ALL STATE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY AGENCIES

 

FROM

:

DONALD J. KULICK
Administrator
for Regional Management

 

SUBJECT

:

Average Weekly Benefit Amount (AWBA) for Major Disasters that Occur During the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year (FY) 1992 (April 1 through June 30, 1992)

 

  1. Purpose. To transmit the AWBA for each State for the third quarter of FY 1992.

  2. AWBA Utilization. The attached listing identifies the AWBA which is to be used when computing the weekly amount of disaster unemployment assistance (DUA) for major disasters that occur during the third quarter of FY 1992 (refer to 20 CFR 625.6). The AWBA for each State is based on the total amount of unemployment insurance paid in that State in the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the quarter in which the major disaster began. States shall use the AWBA, rounded to the next higher dollar amount, in the computation of the DUA weekly benefit amount. An updated listing will be provided for each subsequent calendar quarter.

  3. Action Required. State Employment Security Agency Administrators are requested to provide this information to appropriate staff.

  4. Inquiries. Inquiries should be addressed to the appropriate Regional Office.

  5. Attachment. AWBA for Major Disasters That Occur During The Quarter April 1 through June 30, 1992.

     

     

     


     

     

     

    AWBA FOR MAJOR DISASTERS THAT OCCUR DURING THE QUARTER APRIL 1 THRU JUNE 30, 1992





    STATES AWBA ROUNDED
    AMOUNT
    Alabama 119.44 120
    Alaska 169.77 170
    Arizona 143.05 144
    Arkansas 139.54 140
    California 143.61 144
    Colorado 172.68 173
    Connecticut 206.32 207
    Delaware 183.33 184
    District of Columbia 220.71 221
    Florida 157.69 158
    Georgia 148.91 149
    Guam 169.91 170
    Hawaii 213.78 214
    Idaho 152.71 153
    Illinois 179.86 180
    Indiana 112.48 113
    Iowa 166.85 167
    Kansas 176.10 177
    Kentucky 144.76 145
    Louisiana 110.63 111
    Maine 164.33 165
    Maryland 178.77 179
    Massachusetts 222.49 223
    Michigan 212.42 213
    Minnesota 194.47 195
    Mississippi 115.62 116
    Missouri 142.56 143
    Montana 142.89 143
    Nebraska 126.32 127
    Nevada 168.28 169
    New Hampshire 130.45 131
    New Jersey 217.65 218
    New Mexico 134.53 135
    New York 190.37 191
    North Carolina 157.37 158
    North Dakota 143.98 144
    Ohio 176.57 177
    Oklahoma 152.73 153
    Oregon 167.32 168
    Pennsylvania 197.10 198
    Puerto Rico 81.60 82
    Rhode Island 204.39 205
    South Carolina 140.65 141
    South Dakota 121.67 122
    Tennessee 118.36 119
    Texas 170.11 171
    Utah 167.96 168
    Vermont 153.17 154
    Virgin Islands 150.90 151
    Virginia 156.81 157
    Washington 175.16 176
    West Virginia 159.57 160
    Wisconsin 175.82 176
    Wyoming 161.49 162

    Data supplied by U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Unemployment Insurance Service, 04/01/1992