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11.10 Determining Successful Local Area Performance

11.10 Determining Successful Local Area Performance

Effective date: August 7, 2017

Revised date: March 3, 2022

The state workforce agency must define the terms "met or exceed" and "failure" prior to the time of the negotiation with the local area.1 A local area's performance on each primary indicator of performance will be characterized as below.2

The primary indicator of performance will be considered to have "exceed" if:

  • The individual indicator score is greater than 100%.

The primary indicator of performance will be considered to have "met" if:

  • The individual indicator score is greater than or equal to 50% and less than or equal to 100%.

The primary indicator of performance will be considered to have "not met" performance if:

  • The individual indicator score is less than 50%.
Table 11.10.1: Local Area Example
  Unsubsidized Employment 2nd Quarter Unsubsidized Employment 4th Quarter Median Earnings Credential Attainment Rate Measurable Skill Gain Effectiveness Serving Employers
T1 Adult Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator
T1 Dislocated Worker Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator
T1 Youth Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator Individual Indicator