|Integrated Performance Information|
|Principal Investigator:||Christopher T. King|
|Sponsor:||U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration|
|Project Duration:||December 2003 – December 2004|
The purpose of this project is to provide the Department of Labor with input from the states on what is required to support integrated information on the results of workforce investment programs and the One-Stop system. Examples of integrated information on results include but are not limited to: outcome measures that apply across multiple workforce development programs; measures of the performance of One-Stop Centers and the One-Stop system; other measures of the shared results of workforce investment programs that are attributable to the combined effects of multiple programs; and training provider results reported to meet the requirements of multiple programs.
The project encompasses the six states of Florida, Michigan, Montana, Oregon, Texas and Washington. In collaboration with its partners, Ray Marshall Center staff have:
Integrated Performance Information for Workforce Development: Framing the Issues, by Christopher T. King and Dan O’Shea. Austin, TX: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, December 2003.
The Alignment of Workforce Performance Measures and Policymaker Needs in Ten Leading-edge States, by Dan O’Shea, Sarah Looney and Christopher T. King. Austin, TX: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, March 2004.
Proposed Performance Measures and State Responses: Analysis and Next Steps, by Christopher T. King and Sarah Looney. Austin, TX: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, June 2004.