Policies

POLICIES

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires local areas to have policies in place for participant and administrative activities. The Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Solano County is responsible for developing and disseminating policies for Solano County.

2022-04 Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) and Poverty Guidelines

2022-03 ARPA Eligibility and Enrollment

2022-02 Federal Monitoring and Compliance Oversight

2022-01 WIOA Adult and Dislocated Worker Service Delivery

2021-01 WIOA Transitional Jobs

2020-04 Supportive Services and Incentive Policy

  • 2020-04 Supportive Services and Incentive Policy COVID-19 Addendum 1

2020-03 Conflict of Interest and Code of Conduct

2020-02 Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) and Poverty Guidelines

2020-01 Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity

2019-11 Eligible Training Provider (ETPL)

2019-10 Incident Reporting

  • 2019-10 Incident Reporting Change 1

2019-09 Property Management and Inventory

2019-08 Record Retention

2019-07 Apprenticeships

2019-06 WIOA Youth Service Delivery

2019-04 WIOA Grievances and Complaints

  • 2019-04 WIOA Grievances and Complaints Change 1

2019-03 Limited English Proficiency

2019-02 Rapid Response

2019-01 Accommodations and Accessibility

2018-10 Assessments

2018-08 Youth Eligibility and Enrollment

2018-07 On the Job Training (OJT)

  • 2018-07 On the Job Training (OJT) Change 1
  • 2018-07 On the Job Training (OJT) COVID-19 Addendum 1

2018-06 Adult and Dislocated Worker Enrollment and Eligiblity

  • 2018-06 Adult and Dislocated Worker Enrollment and Eligiblity Change 1

2018-05 Local Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) and Poverty Guidelines

2018-04 Incumbent Worker Training

2018-03 WIOA and Adult and Dislocated Worker Training Contracts

2018-02 Procurement

2018-01 Use and Confidentiality of Participant Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

  • 2018-01 Use and Confidentiality of Participant Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Change 1