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Performance and Results
USDOL's Web Page on Performance and Results
ETA EMILE Reporting System Information
The ETA Management Information and Longitudinal Evaluation (EMILE) Reporting System
GAO Report Substantial Funds Are Used for Training, but Little Is Known Nationally about Training Outcomes - June 2005

GAO Report Examines the Use of WIA Funds to Support Training Activities. 06/1/2005

GAO Report: Labor Should Consider Alternative Approaches to Implement New Performance and Reporting Requirements - May 2005
GAO Report Asserts that Labor Should Consider Alternative Approaches to Implement New Performance and Reporting Requirements (5/05)
FRED Database
Federal Research and Evaluation Databases (FRED) Website (WIA Performance Measures)
GAO Report: Labor Actions Can Help States Improve Quality of Performance Outcome Data and Delivery of Youth Services - Feb. 2004
GAO Issues Report on WIA Youth Services "Labor Actions Can Help States Improve Quality of Performance Outcome Data and Delivery of Youth Services"  (02/04) 
NCWD: Info Brief
Serving Youth with Disabilities Under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998: The Basics (9/03)
Negotiating Performance Measures Web Page (USDOL/ETA)
USDOL's Web Page on Negotiating Performance Measures
GAO Report: "States Spending Is on Track, but Better Guidance Would Improve Financial Reporting" - Nov. 2002
General Accounting Office Issues Follow-up Report on WIA Expenditures: "State's Spending Is on Track, but Better Guidance Would Improve Financial Reporting" 11/01/02
GAO Report: Interim Report on Spending and States' Available Funds - Sept. 2002

To more fully assess whether the Department of Labor's spending information is a true reflection of states' available funds, Congress asked GAO to determine (1) whether Labor has accurate information on states' WIA spending, (2) what Labor does to determine how states are managing their WIA spending, and (3) what affects states' WIA expenditure rates.

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