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

CLASSIFICATION

UI/UC%/UCFE

CORRESPONDENCE SYMBOL

TEUMI

ISSUE DATE

December 4, 1992

RESCISSIONS

None

EXPIRATION DATE

December 31, 1993

DIRECTIVE

:

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM LETTER NO. 11-93

 

TO

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ALL STATE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY AGENCIES

 

FROM

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BARBARA ANN FARMER
Administrator
for Regional Management

 

SUBJECT

:

Format Used for the Exchange of UCX/UCFE Claims Control Data Between State Employment Security Agencies (SESAs) and the Louisiana UCX/UCFE Claims Control Center (LCCC)

  1. Purpose. To apprise SESAs of the form and contents of the claims control inquiries regarding the registration of initial UCX/UCFE filing activity at the LCCC, and the method to transmit, receive and cancel previously reguested claims control data.

  2. References. ET Handbooks Nos. 384 and 391.

  3. Background. The SESAs are required to prepare and send a "machine readable. claims control inquiry to the LCCC for each claimant who makes an initial claim for either UCFE or UCX benefits, as provided by Chapter II of ET Handbook No. 384 Chapter III of ET Nandbook No. 391. No specific cancellation procedure was provided for SESAs to cancel previously submitted UCX claims control inquiries. The cancellation procedures for previously submitted UCX and OCFE claims control inquiries are illustrated in Attachment I to this UIPL and will be incorporated in the revised UCX and UCFE Handbooks.

  4. Action Required. State Administrators should ensure that their SESA is using the UCX/UCFE claims control system and its attendant data requests in the form and content prescribed in the attachments to this directive.

  5. Inquiries. Direct inquiries to the appropriate Regional Office and/or the LCCC via telephone to 800-535-8100.

  6. Attachments. Attachment I - Instructions for the preparation of machine readable, UCX/UCFE claims control inguiries or cancellation requests;    Attachment II - transmittal form for mailed inquiries versus the INTERNET computer link