Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), States and Territories submit a Unified or Combined State Plan to the U.S. Department of Labor that outlines a four-year strategy for the State’s workforce development system. The publicly-funded workforce development system is a national network of Federal, State, regional, and local agencies and organizations that provide a range of employment, education, training, and related services and supports to help all job-seekers secure good jobs while providing businesses with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.
States submitted the required two-year modification to their four-year WIOA State Plans for Federal review and approval in early 2018. The Departments of Labor, Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Agriculture, whose programs are included in the plan, approved each modification for the period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020.
Copies of the prior plans (submitted in 2016 for July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2020) are also available.
To search areas of interest within a single State Plan or for topics across multiple plans, use the State Plan Search Tool.
View or download State Plans
- North Dakota (1.6M)
- Ohio (4M)
- Oklahoma (2.2M)
- Oregon (1.9M)
- Pennsylvania (2.6M)
- Rhode Island (2.4M)
- South Carolina (2.4M)
- South Dakota (2.1M)
- Tennessee (3.8M)
- Texas (2.8M)
- Utah (1.7M)
- Vermont (2.1M)
- Virginia (3.6M)
- Washington (3.1M)
- West Virginia (5M)
- Wisconsin (1.9M)
- Wyoming (9.3M)
For additional information about workforce and human service programs, visit Federal partner sites.
- Department of Labor / Employment and Training Administration (ETA)
- Department of Education / Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
- Department of Education / Rehabilitation Services Administration
- Department of Health and Human Services / Administration for Children and Families
- Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Department Agriculture / Food and Nutrition Service