Assessment of the Workforce System's Implementation of the Veterans' Priority of Service Provision of the Jobs for Veterans Act of 2002
AbstractMathematica conducted an assessment of the Workforce System's Implementation of the Priority of Service (POS) Provision of the Jobs for Veterans Act of 2002 to examine the status of current POS implementation efforts. This report, funded by the Employment and Training Administration in the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), provides a detailed description of the activities and practices of a select set of American Job Centers, documents promising practices in place at these centers, and identifies challenges to POS implementation. DOL publicly released this report on December 18, 2013, through the issuance of Training and Employment Notice No. 17-13.
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priority of service; veteran employment; veteran education benefits; placement services; training; workforce investment system; Returning Heroes; Wounded Warrior; Veterans Employment and Training Service; VETS;
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