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Vocational
Rehabilitation Update

We are pleased to inform the public that on Thursday, April 2, 2015, five notices of proposed rulemaking (NPRMs) related to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), enacted on July 22, 2014, were made available for public inspection on the Federal Register Public Inspection Web site at:

www.federalregister.gov

The five NPRMs include:

Three ED-only NPRMs:

The NPRMs will be published in the Federal Register soon, at which time the official 60-day comment period will begin.  Until the time of publication, the NPRMs are available for unofficial viewing only.  The public may use this time to become familiar with the content of the NPRMs and to begin to prepare comments for submission after publication and during the 60-day comment period.

Once the NPRMs are published in the Federal Register and the 60-day public comment period begins, you can submit your written comments online through Regulations.gov at:  www.regulations.gov.  At this website, you will also find instructions for accessing agency documents, submitting comments, and viewing the docket.  You may also submit hard copy comments via postal mail, commercial delivery, or hand delivery.  Each NPRM contains specific instructions for submitting hard copy comments related to that proposed regulations in that particular NPRM in the “Addresses” section.

 

 

General Category

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014

Information on WIOA of 2014...more

SSI, Medicaid and the ABLE Act

How the ABLE Act Affects You...more

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