Notice on Reallotment of Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Formula Allotted Funds for Dislocated Worker Activities for Program Year (PY) 2020, 16790-16792 [2021-06597]

Download as PDF 16790 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 60 / Wednesday, March 31, 2021 / Notices jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES scheduled to expire on November 30, 2021. Agency: Employee Benefits Security Administration, Department of Labor. Title: Coverage of Certain Preventive Services under the Affordable Care Act—Private Sector. Type of Review: Extension of a currently approved collection of information. OMB Number: 1210–0150. Affected Public: Private Sector. Respondents: 223. Responses: 777,363. Estimated Total Burden Hours: 181. Estimated Total Burden Cost (Operating and Maintenance): 197,955. Description: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Public Law 111–148, (the Affordable Care Act) was enacted on March 23, 2010 and amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, Public Law 111–152 on March 30, 2010. The Affordable Care Act added section 2713 to the Public Health Service (PHS) Act and incorporated this provision into ERISA and the Code. 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[FR Doc. 2021–06599 Filed 3–30–21; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4510–29–P DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Training Administration Notice on Reallotment of Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Formula Allotted Funds for Dislocated Worker Activities for Program Year (PY) 2020 Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Labor. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA), requires the Secretary of Labor (Secretary) to conduct reallotment of certain WIOA formula allotted funds based on ETA 9130 financial reports submitted by states as of the end of the prior Program Year (PY). This notice publishes the Dislocated Worker PY 2020 funds for recapture by state and the amount to be reallotted to eligible states. DATES: This notice is effective March 31, 2021. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Kimberly Vitelli, Administrator, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00090 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Workforce Investment, Employment and Training Administration, Room C–4510, 200 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC Telephone (202) 693– 3980 (this is not a toll-free number) or fax (202) 693–3981. In the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Appropriations Act, Congress appropriated WIOA PY 2020 funds in two portions: (1) Funds available for obligation July 1, 2020 (i.e., PY 2020 ‘‘base’’ funds), and (2) funds available for obligation October 1, 2020 (i.e., FY 2021 ‘‘advance’’ funds). Together, these two portions make up the complete PY 2020 WIOA funding. Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) No. 16–19 announced WIOA allotments based on this appropriation and TEGL No. 16–18 alerted states to the recapture and reallotment of funds’ provisions based on obligations of PY 2019 funding, as required under WIOA Section 132(c). This section and 127(c) of WIOA requires the Secretary to conduct reallotment of excess unobligated WIOA Adult, Youth, and Dislocated Worker formula funds based on ETA 9130 financial reports submitted by states at the end of the prior program year (i.e., PY 2019). WIOA regulations at 20 CFR 683.135 describe the procedures the Secretary uses for recapture and reallotment of funds. ETA will not recapture any PY 2020 funds for the Adult and Youth programs because there is no state where PY 2019 unobligated funds exceeds the statutory requirements of 20 percent of state allotted funds. However, for the Dislocated Worker program, Kentucky, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and West Virginia had unobligated PY 2019 funds in excess of 20 percent of their allotments. Therefore, ETA will recapture a total of $4,993,277 from PY 2020 funding from Kentucky, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and West Virginia, and reallot those funds to the remaining eligible states, as required by WIOA Section 132(c). ETA will issue a Notice of Award to the states to reflect the recapture and reallotment of these funds. The adjustment of funds will be made to the FY 2021 advance portion of the PY 2020 allotments, which ETA issued in October 2020. The attached tables display the net changes to PY 2020 formula allotments. WIOA and its implementing regulations do not provide specific requirements by which states must distribute realloted funds, so states have flexibility to determine the methodology used. For any state subject to recapture SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: E:\FR\FM\31MRN1.SGM 31MRN1 16791 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 60 / Wednesday, March 31, 2021 / Notices of funds, WIOA Section 132(c)(5) requires the Governor to prescribe equitable procedures for reacquiring funds from the state and local areas. As mentioned, the recapture/ reallotment adjustments will be made to the FY 2021 advance portion of the PY 2020 allotment. Therefore, for reporting purposes, states must reflect the recapture/reallotment amount (decrease or increase) in the ‘‘Total Federal Funds Authorized’’ line of any affected FY 2021 ETA 9130 financial reports (State Dislocated Worker Activities, Statewide Rapid Response, Local Dislocated Worker Activities) in a manner consistent with the method of distribution of these amounts to state and local areas used by the state. The state must include an explanation of the adjustment in the remarks section of the adjusted reports. I. Attachment A U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION WIOA DISLOCATED WORKER ACTIVITIES PY 2020 REALLOTMENT TO STATES Calculating reallotment amount * jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES Excess unobligated PY 2019 funds to be recaptured from PY 2020 funds Eligible states’ PY 2019 1 dislocated worker allotments Impact on PY 2020 allotments Reallotment amount for eligible states (based on eligible states’ share of PY 2019 allotments) Total original PY 2020 allotments before reallotment Recapture/ reallotment adjustment to PY 2020 allotments Revised total PY 2020 allotments Alabama .......................... Alaska ............................. Arizona ** ........................ Arkansas ......................... California ......................... Colorado ......................... Connecticut ..................... Delaware ......................... District of Columbia ........ Florida ............................. Georgia ........................... Hawaii ............................. Idaho ............................... Illinois .............................. Indiana ............................ Iowa ................................ Kansas ............................ Kentucky ......................... Louisiana ......................... Maine .............................. Maryland ......................... Massachusetts ................ Michigan .......................... Minnesota ....................... Mississippi ....................... Missouri ........................... Montana .......................... Nebraska ......................... Nevada ............................ New Hampshire .............. New Jersey ..................... New Mexico ** ................. New York ........................ North Carolina ................. North Dakota ................... Ohio ................................ Oklahoma ........................ Oregon ............................ Pennsylvania ................... Puerto Rico ..................... Rhode Island ................... South Carolina ................ South Dakota .................. Tennessee ...................... Texas .............................. Utah ** ............................. Vermont .......................... Virginia ............................ Washington ..................... West Virginia ................... Wisconsin ........................ Wyoming ......................... $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,697,332 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 466,433 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 449,019 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,380,493 0 0 $18,361,881 6,412,959 30,330,562 6,238,880 148,077,038 10,076,913 14,209,646 2,410,156 8,460,348 52,296,583 38,622,811 1,609,621 1,963,150 59,630,195 13,705,344 4,129,889 4,634,063 0 21,278,087 2,607,188 15,311,178 15,818,320 28,980,249 8,647,015 12,860,111 13,772,288 1,590,642 2,412,598 0 1,781,465 31,256,773 17,835,113 50,974,953 29,197,023 827,923 38,733,523 7,602,403 11,287,889 51,213,615 0 3,976,659 14,948,152 1,181,022 18,224,532 61,217,636 4,331,085 868,574 13,864,434 26,722,692 0 11,469,731 1,090,070 $97,223 33,955 160,594 33,034 784,039 53,355 75,237 12,761 44,796 276,900 204,500 8,523 10,394 315,730 72,567 21,867 24,536 0 112,663 13,805 81,070 83,755 153,445 45,784 68,092 72,922 8,422 12,774 0 9,433 165,498 94,433 269,902 154,592 4,384 205,086 40,253 59,767 271,166 0 21,056 79,148 6,253 96,495 324,135 22,932 4,599 73,409 141,491 0 60,730 5,772 $17,387,399 8,421,655 39,830,842 6,061,513 142,073,567 9,986,612 13,611,948 2,343,949 11,110,338 50,853,493 36,871,224 1,618,611 1,962,590 56,663,539 13,347,305 4,077,392 4,595,051 16,051,059 20,371,329 2,562,857 15,019,525 15,428,753 28,103,101 8,623,882 16,877,853 13,271,254 1,589,906 2,430,569 13,341,178 1,776,875 29,962,189 18,082,636 50,005,712 28,414,511 827,550 37,181,539 7,437,134 11,019,838 48,858,998 76,202,126 3,806,076 14,268,943 1,190,973 17,478,205 59,820,885 4,261,672 843,187 13,694,749 26,957,248 12,852,260 11,212,132 1,069,268 $97,223 33,955 160,594 33,034 784,039 53,355 75,237 12,761 44,796 276,900 204,500 8,523 10,394 315,730 72,567 21,867 24,536 (2,697,332) 112,663 13,805 81,070 83,755 153,445 45,784 68,092 72,922 8,422 12,774 (466,433) 9,433 165,498 94,433 269,902 154,592 4,384 205,086 40,253 59,767 271,166 (449,019) 21,056 79,148 6,253 96,495 324,135 22,932 4,599 73,409 141,491 (1,380,493) 60,730 5,772 $17,484,622 8,455,610 39,991,436 6,094,547 142,857,606 10,039,967 13,687,185 2,356,710 11,155,134 51,130,393 37,075,724 1,627,134 1,972,984 56,979,269 13,419,872 4,099,259 4,619,587 13,353,727 20,483,992 2,576,662 15,100,595 15,512,508 28,256,546 8,669,666 16,945,945 13,344,176 1,598,328 2,443,343 12,874,745 1,786,308 30,127,687 18,177,069 50,275,614 28,569,103 831,934 37,386,625 7,477,387 11,079,605 49,130,164 75,753,107 3,827,132 14,348,091 1,197,226 17,574,700 60,145,020 4,284,604 847,786 13,768,158 27,098,739 11,471,767 11,272,862 1,075,040 State Total ............... 4,993,277 943,052,982 4,993,277 1,051,713,000 0 1,051,713,000 * Including prior year recapture/reallotment amounts. ** Includes funds allocated to the Navajo Nation. 1 PY 2019 allotment amounts are used to determine the reallotment amount eligible states receive of the recaptured amount. VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:54 Mar 30, 2021 Jkt 253001 PO 00000 Frm 00091 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\31MRN1.SGM 31MRN1 16792 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 60 / Wednesday, March 31, 2021 / Notices II. Attachment B U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION WIOA DISLOCATED WORKER ACTIVITIES PY 2020 REVISED ALLOTMENTS WITH REALLOTMENT—PY/FY SPLIT Original Total allotment Available 7/1/20 Recapture/ reallotment Original Recapture/ reallotment Revised Revised Available 10/1/20 Original Recapture/ reallotment Revised Alabama ............ Alaska ................ Arizona * ............ Arkansas ........... California ........... Colorado ............ Connecticut ....... Delaware ........... District of Columbia .................. Florida ............... Georgia .............. Hawaii ................ Idaho ................. Illinois ................ Indiana ............... Iowa ................... Kansas .............. Kentucky ............ Louisiana ........... Maine ................. Maryland ............ Massachusetts .. Michigan ............ Minnesota .......... Mississippi ......... Missouri ............. Montana ............ Nebraska ........... Nevada .............. New Hampshire New Jersey ....... New Mexico * .... New York ........... North Carolina ... North Dakota ..... Ohio ................... Oklahoma .......... Oregon .............. Pennsylvania ..... Puerto Rico ....... Rhode Island ..... South Carolina .. South Dakota .... Tennessee ......... Texas ................. Utah * ................. Vermont ............. Virginia .............. Washington ....... West Virginia ..... Wisconsin .......... Wyoming ........... $17,387,399 8,421,655 39,830,842 6,061,513 142,073,567 9,986,612 13,611,948 2,343,949 $97,223 33,955 160,594 33,034 784,039 53,355 75,237 12,761 $17,484,622 8,455,610 39,991,436 6,094,547 142,857,606 10,039,967 13,687,185 2,356,710 $3,175,108 1,537,876 7,273,498 1,106,891 25,944,012 1,823,652 2,485,674 428,028 .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... $3,175,108 1,537,876 7,273,498 1,106,891 25,944,012 1,823,652 2,485,674 428,028 $14,212,291 6,883,779 32,557,344 4,954,622 116,129,555 8,162,960 11,126,274 1,915,921 $97,223 33,955 160,594 33,034 784,039 53,355 75,237 12,761 $14,309,514 6,917,734 32,717,938 4,987,656 116,913,594 8,216,315 11,201,511 1,928,682 11,110,338 50,853,493 36,871,224 1,618,611 1,962,590 56,663,539 13,347,305 4,077,392 4,595,051 16,051,059 20,371,329 2,562,857 15,019,525 15,428,753 28,103,101 8,623,882 16,877,853 13,271,254 1,589,906 2,430,569 13,341,178 1,776,875 29,962,189 18,082,636 50,005,712 28,414,511 827,550 37,181,539 7,437,134 11,019,838 48,858,998 76,202,126 3,806,076 14,268,943 1,190,973 17,478,205 59,820,885 4,261,672 843,187 13,694,749 26,957,248 12,852,260 11,212,132 1,069,268 44,796 276,900 204,500 8,523 10,394 315,730 72,567 21,867 24,536 (2,697,332) 112,663 13,805 81,070 83,755 153,445 45,784 68,092 72,922 8,422 12,774 (466,433) 9,433 165,498 94,433 269,902 154,592 4,384 205,086 40,253 59,767 271,166 (449,019) 21,056 79,148 6,253 96,495 324,135 22,932 4,599 73,409 141,491 (1,380,493) 60,730 5,772 11,155,134 51,130,393 37,075,724 1,627,134 1,972,984 56,979,269 13,419,872 4,099,259 4,619,587 13,353,727 20,483,992 2,576,662 15,100,595 15,512,508 28,256,546 8,669,666 16,945,945 13,344,176 1,598,328 2,443,343 12,874,745 1,786,308 30,127,687 18,177,069 50,275,614 28,569,103 831,934 37,386,625 7,477,387 11,079,605 49,130,164 75,753,107 3,827,132 14,348,091 1,197,226 17,574,700 60,145,020 4,284,604 847,786 13,768,158 27,098,739 11,471,767 11,272,862 1,075,040 2,028,856 9,286,341 6,733,043 295,574 358,388 10,347,312 2,437,347 744,571 839,101 2,931,079 3,720,002 468,003 2,742,711 2,817,440 5,131,899 1,574,805 3,082,060 2,423,460 290,332 443,845 2,436,229 324,475 5,471,387 3,302,065 9,131,528 5,188,766 151,119 6,789,710 1,358,093 2,012,329 8,922,127 13,915,248 695,026 2,605,647 217,483 3,191,690 10,923,874 778,223 153,974 2,500,794 4,922,655 2,346,947 2,047,444 195,259 .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... 2,028,856 9,286,341 6,733,043 295,574 358,388 10,347,312 2,437,347 744,571 839,101 2,931,079 3,720,002 468,003 2,742,711 2,817,440 5,131,899 1,574,805 3,082,060 2,423,460 290,332 443,845 2,436,229 324,475 5,471,387 3,302,065 9,131,528 5,188,766 151,119 6,789,710 1,358,093 2,012,329 8,922,127 13,915,248 695,026 2,605,647 217,483 3,191,690 10,923,874 778,223 153,974 2,500,794 4,922,655 2,346,947 2,047,444 195,259 9,081,482 41,567,152 30,138,181 1,323,037 1,604,202 46,316,227 10,909,958 3,332,821 3,755,950 13,119,980 16,651,327 2,094,854 12,276,814 12,611,313 22,971,202 7,049,077 13,795,793 10,847,794 1,299,574 1,986,724 10,904,949 1,452,400 24,490,802 14,780,571 40,874,184 23,225,745 676,431 30,391,829 6,079,041 9,007,509 39,936,871 62,286,878 3,111,050 11,663,296 973,490 14,286,515 48,897,011 3,483,449 689,213 11,193,955 22,034,593 10,505,313 9,164,688 874,009 44,796 276,900 204,500 8,523 10,394 315,730 72,567 21,867 24,536 (2,697,332) 112,663 13,805 81,070 83,755 153,445 45,784 68,092 72,922 8,422 12,774 (466,433) 9,433 165,498 94,433 269,902 154,592 4,384 205,086 40,253 59,767 271,166 (449,019) 21,056 79,148 6,253 96,495 324,135 22,932 4,599 73,409 141,491 (1,380,493) 60,730 5,772 9,126,278 41,844,052 30,342,681 1,331,560 1,614,596 46,631,957 10,982,525 3,354,688 3,780,486 10,422,648 16,763,990 2,108,659 12,357,884 12,695,068 23,124,647 7,094,861 13,863,885 10,920,716 1,307,996 1,999,498 10,438,516 1,461,833 24,656,300 14,875,004 41,144,086 23,380,337 680,815 30,596,915 6,119,294 9,067,276 40,208,037 61,837,859 3,132,106 11,742,444 979,743 14,383,010 49,221,146 3,506,381 693,812 11,267,364 22,176,084 9,124,820 9,225,418 879,781 State Total .. 1,051,713,000 .................... 1,051,713,000 192,053,000 .................... 192,053,000 859,660,000 .................... 859,660,000 * Includes funds allocated to the Navajo Nation Suzan G. 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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Employment and Training Administration


Notice on Reallotment of Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act 
(WIOA) Title I Formula Allotted Funds for Dislocated Worker Activities 
for Program Year (PY) 2020

AGENCY: Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Labor.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA), requires the 
Secretary of Labor (Secretary) to conduct reallotment of certain WIOA 
formula allotted funds based on ETA 9130 financial reports submitted by 
states as of the end of the prior Program Year (PY). This notice 
publishes the Dislocated Worker PY 2020 funds for recapture by state 
and the amount to be reallotted to eligible states.

DATES: This notice is effective March 31, 2021.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Kimberly Vitelli, Administrator, 
U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workforce Investment, Employment 
and Training Administration, Room C-4510, 200 Constitution Avenue NW, 
Washington, DC Telephone (202) 693-3980 (this is not a toll-free 
number) or fax (202) 693-3981.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Appropriations 
Act, Congress appropriated WIOA PY 2020 funds in two portions: (1) 
Funds available for obligation July 1, 2020 (i.e., PY 2020 ``base'' 
funds), and (2) funds available for obligation October 1, 2020 (i.e., 
FY 2021 ``advance'' funds). Together, these two portions make up the 
complete PY 2020 WIOA funding. Training and Employment Guidance Letter 
(TEGL) No. 16-19 announced WIOA allotments based on this appropriation 
and TEGL No. 16-18 alerted states to the recapture and reallotment of 
funds' provisions based on obligations of PY 2019 funding, as required 
under WIOA Section 132(c). This section and 127(c) of WIOA requires the 
Secretary to conduct reallotment of excess unobligated WIOA Adult, 
Youth, and Dislocated Worker formula funds based on ETA 9130 financial 
reports submitted by states at the end of the prior program year (i.e., 
PY 2019).
    WIOA regulations at 20 CFR 683.135 describe the procedures the 
Secretary uses for recapture and reallotment of funds. ETA will not 
recapture any PY 2020 funds for the Adult and Youth programs because 
there is no state where PY 2019 unobligated funds exceeds the statutory 
requirements of 20 percent of state allotted funds. However, for the 
Dislocated Worker program, Kentucky, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and West 
Virginia had unobligated PY 2019 funds in excess of 20 percent of their 
allotments. Therefore, ETA will recapture a total of $4,993,277 from PY 
2020 funding from Kentucky, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and West Virginia, and 
reallot those funds to the remaining eligible states, as required by 
WIOA Section 132(c).
    ETA will issue a Notice of Award to the states to reflect the 
recapture and reallotment of these funds. The adjustment of funds will 
be made to the FY 2021 advance portion of the PY 2020 allotments, which 
ETA issued in October 2020. The attached tables display the net changes 
to PY 2020 formula allotments.
    WIOA and its implementing regulations do not provide specific 
requirements by which states must distribute realloted funds, so states 
have flexibility to determine the methodology used. For any state 
subject to recapture

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of funds, WIOA Section 132(c)(5) requires the Governor to prescribe 
equitable procedures for reacquiring funds from the state and local 
areas.
    As mentioned, the recapture/reallotment adjustments will be made to 
the FY 2021 advance portion of the PY 2020 allotment. Therefore, for 
reporting purposes, states must reflect the recapture/reallotment 
amount (decrease or increase) in the ``Total Federal Funds Authorized'' 
line of any affected FY 2021 ETA 9130 financial reports (State 
Dislocated Worker Activities, Statewide Rapid Response, Local 
Dislocated Worker Activities) in a manner consistent with the method of 
distribution of these amounts to state and local areas used by the 
state. The state must include an explanation of the adjustment in the 
remarks section of the adjusted reports.

I. Attachment A

                            U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration WIOA Dislocated Worker Activities
                                                              PY 2020 Reallotment to States
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                                                        Calculating reallotment amount *                        Impact on PY 2020 allotments
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                                                                                     Reallotment
                                                   Excess       Eligible states'     amount for      Total original
                                               unobligated PY       PY 2019 1      eligible states       PY 2020         Recapture/
                                              2019 funds to be     dislocated         (based on        allotments        reallotment    Revised total PY
                                               recaptured from       worker       eligible states'       before       adjustment to PY   2020 allotments
                                                PY 2020 funds      allotments     share of PY 2019     reallotment     2020 allotments
                                                                                     allotments)
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Alabama.....................................                $0       $18,361,881           $97,223       $17,387,399           $97,223       $17,484,622
Alaska......................................                 0         6,412,959            33,955         8,421,655            33,955         8,455,610
Arizona **..................................                 0        30,330,562           160,594        39,830,842           160,594        39,991,436
Arkansas....................................                 0         6,238,880            33,034         6,061,513            33,034         6,094,547
California..................................                 0       148,077,038           784,039       142,073,567           784,039       142,857,606
Colorado....................................                 0        10,076,913            53,355         9,986,612            53,355        10,039,967
Connecticut.................................                 0        14,209,646            75,237        13,611,948            75,237        13,687,185
Delaware....................................                 0         2,410,156            12,761         2,343,949            12,761         2,356,710
District of Columbia........................                 0         8,460,348            44,796        11,110,338            44,796        11,155,134
Florida.....................................                 0        52,296,583           276,900        50,853,493           276,900        51,130,393
Georgia.....................................                 0        38,622,811           204,500        36,871,224           204,500        37,075,724
Hawaii......................................                 0         1,609,621             8,523         1,618,611             8,523         1,627,134
Idaho.......................................                 0         1,963,150            10,394         1,962,590            10,394         1,972,984
Illinois....................................                 0        59,630,195           315,730        56,663,539           315,730        56,979,269
Indiana.....................................                 0        13,705,344            72,567        13,347,305            72,567        13,419,872
Iowa........................................                 0         4,129,889            21,867         4,077,392            21,867         4,099,259
Kansas......................................                 0         4,634,063            24,536         4,595,051            24,536         4,619,587
Kentucky....................................         2,697,332                 0                 0        16,051,059       (2,697,332)        13,353,727
Louisiana...................................                 0        21,278,087           112,663        20,371,329           112,663        20,483,992
Maine.......................................                 0         2,607,188            13,805         2,562,857            13,805         2,576,662
Maryland....................................                 0        15,311,178            81,070        15,019,525            81,070        15,100,595
Massachusetts...............................                 0        15,818,320            83,755        15,428,753            83,755        15,512,508
Michigan....................................                 0        28,980,249           153,445        28,103,101           153,445        28,256,546
Minnesota...................................                 0         8,647,015            45,784         8,623,882            45,784         8,669,666
Mississippi.................................                 0        12,860,111            68,092        16,877,853            68,092        16,945,945
Missouri....................................                 0        13,772,288            72,922        13,271,254            72,922        13,344,176
Montana.....................................                 0         1,590,642             8,422         1,589,906             8,422         1,598,328
Nebraska....................................                 0         2,412,598            12,774         2,430,569            12,774         2,443,343
Nevada......................................           466,433                 0                 0        13,341,178         (466,433)        12,874,745
New Hampshire...............................                 0         1,781,465             9,433         1,776,875             9,433         1,786,308
New Jersey..................................                 0        31,256,773           165,498        29,962,189           165,498        30,127,687
New Mexico **...............................                 0        17,835,113            94,433        18,082,636            94,433        18,177,069
New York....................................                 0        50,974,953           269,902        50,005,712           269,902        50,275,614
North Carolina..............................                 0        29,197,023           154,592        28,414,511           154,592        28,569,103
North Dakota................................                 0           827,923             4,384           827,550             4,384           831,934
Ohio........................................                 0        38,733,523           205,086        37,181,539           205,086        37,386,625
Oklahoma....................................                 0         7,602,403            40,253         7,437,134            40,253         7,477,387
Oregon......................................                 0        11,287,889            59,767        11,019,838            59,767        11,079,605
Pennsylvania................................                 0        51,213,615           271,166        48,858,998           271,166        49,130,164
Puerto Rico.................................           449,019                 0                 0        76,202,126         (449,019)        75,753,107
Rhode Island................................                 0         3,976,659            21,056         3,806,076            21,056         3,827,132
South Carolina..............................                 0        14,948,152            79,148        14,268,943            79,148        14,348,091
South Dakota................................                 0         1,181,022             6,253         1,190,973             6,253         1,197,226
Tennessee...................................                 0        18,224,532            96,495        17,478,205            96,495        17,574,700
Texas.......................................                 0        61,217,636           324,135        59,820,885           324,135        60,145,020
Utah **.....................................                 0         4,331,085            22,932         4,261,672            22,932         4,284,604
Vermont.....................................                 0           868,574             4,599           843,187             4,599           847,786
Virginia....................................                 0        13,864,434            73,409        13,694,749            73,409        13,768,158
Washington..................................                 0        26,722,692           141,491        26,957,248           141,491        27,098,739
West Virginia...............................         1,380,493                 0                 0        12,852,260       (1,380,493)        11,471,767
Wisconsin...................................                 0        11,469,731            60,730        11,212,132            60,730        11,272,862
Wyoming.....................................                 0         1,090,070             5,772         1,069,268             5,772         1,075,040
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    State Total.............................         4,993,277       943,052,982         4,993,277     1,051,713,000                 0     1,051,713,000
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* Including prior year recapture/reallotment amounts.
** Includes funds allocated to the Navajo Nation.
1 PY 2019 allotment amounts are used to determine the reallotment amount eligible states receive of the recaptured amount.


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II. Attachment B

                                                U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration WIOA Dislocated Worker Activities
                                                                    PY 2020 Revised Allotments with Reallotment--PY/FY Split
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                                                                         Total allotment                              Available 7/1/20                            Available 10/1/20
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                                                              Original     reallotment      Revised        Original     reallotment      Revised        Original     reallotment      Revised
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Alabama..................................................     $17,387,399      $97,223     $17,484,622      $3,175,108  ...........      $3,175,108     $14,212,291      $97,223     $14,309,514
Alaska...................................................       8,421,655       33,955       8,455,610       1,537,876  ...........       1,537,876       6,883,779       33,955       6,917,734
Arizona *................................................      39,830,842      160,594      39,991,436       7,273,498  ...........       7,273,498      32,557,344      160,594      32,717,938
Arkansas.................................................       6,061,513       33,034       6,094,547       1,106,891  ...........       1,106,891       4,954,622       33,034       4,987,656
California...............................................     142,073,567      784,039     142,857,606      25,944,012  ...........      25,944,012     116,129,555      784,039     116,913,594
Colorado.................................................       9,986,612       53,355      10,039,967       1,823,652  ...........       1,823,652       8,162,960       53,355       8,216,315
Connecticut..............................................      13,611,948       75,237      13,687,185       2,485,674  ...........       2,485,674      11,126,274       75,237      11,201,511
Delaware.................................................       2,343,949       12,761       2,356,710         428,028  ...........         428,028       1,915,921       12,761       1,928,682
District of Columbia.....................................      11,110,338       44,796      11,155,134       2,028,856  ...........       2,028,856       9,081,482       44,796       9,126,278
Florida..................................................      50,853,493      276,900      51,130,393       9,286,341  ...........       9,286,341      41,567,152      276,900      41,844,052
Georgia..................................................      36,871,224      204,500      37,075,724       6,733,043  ...........       6,733,043      30,138,181      204,500      30,342,681
Hawaii...................................................       1,618,611        8,523       1,627,134         295,574  ...........         295,574       1,323,037        8,523       1,331,560
Idaho....................................................       1,962,590       10,394       1,972,984         358,388  ...........         358,388       1,604,202       10,394       1,614,596
Illinois.................................................      56,663,539      315,730      56,979,269      10,347,312  ...........      10,347,312      46,316,227      315,730      46,631,957
Indiana..................................................      13,347,305       72,567      13,419,872       2,437,347  ...........       2,437,347      10,909,958       72,567      10,982,525
Iowa.....................................................       4,077,392       21,867       4,099,259         744,571  ...........         744,571       3,332,821       21,867       3,354,688
Kansas...................................................       4,595,051       24,536       4,619,587         839,101  ...........         839,101       3,755,950       24,536       3,780,486
Kentucky.................................................      16,051,059  (2,697,332)      13,353,727       2,931,079  ...........       2,931,079      13,119,980  (2,697,332)      10,422,648
Louisiana................................................      20,371,329      112,663      20,483,992       3,720,002  ...........       3,720,002      16,651,327      112,663      16,763,990
Maine....................................................       2,562,857       13,805       2,576,662         468,003  ...........         468,003       2,094,854       13,805       2,108,659
Maryland.................................................      15,019,525       81,070      15,100,595       2,742,711  ...........       2,742,711      12,276,814       81,070      12,357,884
Massachusetts............................................      15,428,753       83,755      15,512,508       2,817,440  ...........       2,817,440      12,611,313       83,755      12,695,068
Michigan.................................................      28,103,101      153,445      28,256,546       5,131,899  ...........       5,131,899      22,971,202      153,445      23,124,647
Minnesota................................................       8,623,882       45,784       8,669,666       1,574,805  ...........       1,574,805       7,049,077       45,784       7,094,861
Mississippi..............................................      16,877,853       68,092      16,945,945       3,082,060  ...........       3,082,060      13,795,793       68,092      13,863,885
Missouri.................................................      13,271,254       72,922      13,344,176       2,423,460  ...........       2,423,460      10,847,794       72,922      10,920,716
Montana..................................................       1,589,906        8,422       1,598,328         290,332  ...........         290,332       1,299,574        8,422       1,307,996
Nebraska.................................................       2,430,569       12,774       2,443,343         443,845  ...........         443,845       1,986,724       12,774       1,999,498
Nevada...................................................      13,341,178    (466,433)      12,874,745       2,436,229  ...........       2,436,229      10,904,949    (466,433)      10,438,516
New Hampshire............................................       1,776,875        9,433       1,786,308         324,475  ...........         324,475       1,452,400        9,433       1,461,833
New Jersey...............................................      29,962,189      165,498      30,127,687       5,471,387  ...........       5,471,387      24,490,802      165,498      24,656,300
New Mexico *.............................................      18,082,636       94,433      18,177,069       3,302,065  ...........       3,302,065      14,780,571       94,433      14,875,004
New York.................................................      50,005,712      269,902      50,275,614       9,131,528  ...........       9,131,528      40,874,184      269,902      41,144,086
North Carolina...........................................      28,414,511      154,592      28,569,103       5,188,766  ...........       5,188,766      23,225,745      154,592      23,380,337
North Dakota.............................................         827,550        4,384         831,934         151,119  ...........         151,119         676,431        4,384         680,815
Ohio.....................................................      37,181,539      205,086      37,386,625       6,789,710  ...........       6,789,710      30,391,829      205,086      30,596,915
Oklahoma.................................................       7,437,134       40,253       7,477,387       1,358,093  ...........       1,358,093       6,079,041       40,253       6,119,294
Oregon...................................................      11,019,838       59,767      11,079,605       2,012,329  ...........       2,012,329       9,007,509       59,767       9,067,276
Pennsylvania.............................................      48,858,998      271,166      49,130,164       8,922,127  ...........       8,922,127      39,936,871      271,166      40,208,037
Puerto Rico..............................................      76,202,126    (449,019)      75,753,107      13,915,248  ...........      13,915,248      62,286,878    (449,019)      61,837,859
Rhode Island.............................................       3,806,076       21,056       3,827,132         695,026  ...........         695,026       3,111,050       21,056       3,132,106
South Carolina...........................................      14,268,943       79,148      14,348,091       2,605,647  ...........       2,605,647      11,663,296       79,148      11,742,444
South Dakota.............................................       1,190,973        6,253       1,197,226         217,483  ...........         217,483         973,490        6,253         979,743
Tennessee................................................      17,478,205       96,495      17,574,700       3,191,690  ...........       3,191,690      14,286,515       96,495      14,383,010
Texas....................................................      59,820,885      324,135      60,145,020      10,923,874  ...........      10,923,874      48,897,011      324,135      49,221,146
Utah *...................................................       4,261,672       22,932       4,284,604         778,223  ...........         778,223       3,483,449       22,932       3,506,381
Vermont..................................................         843,187        4,599         847,786         153,974  ...........         153,974         689,213        4,599         693,812
Virginia.................................................      13,694,749       73,409      13,768,158       2,500,794  ...........       2,500,794      11,193,955       73,409      11,267,364
Washington...............................................      26,957,248      141,491      27,098,739       4,922,655  ...........       4,922,655      22,034,593      141,491      22,176,084
West Virginia............................................      12,852,260  (1,380,493)      11,471,767       2,346,947  ...........       2,346,947      10,505,313  (1,380,493)       9,124,820
Wisconsin................................................      11,212,132       60,730      11,272,862       2,047,444  ...........       2,047,444       9,164,688       60,730       9,225,418
Wyoming..................................................       1,069,268        5,772       1,075,040         195,259  ...........         195,259         874,009        5,772         879,781
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    State Total..........................................   1,051,713,000  ...........   1,051,713,000     192,053,000  ...........     192,053,000     859,660,000  ...........     859,660,000
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* Includes funds allocated to the Navajo Nation


Suzan G. LeVine,
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training, 
Labor.
[FR Doc. 2021-06597 Filed 3-30-21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4510-FR-P