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Workforce Information Systems, 2012 (Mar 2012)
With most states facing high unemployment rates, many governors are interested in using workforce information systems to match workers with jobs.
Over the next few years, several states will be implementing and updating workforce information system to help solve issues surrounding high unemployment. This Deltek report takes an in-depth look at some of the efforts underway in various states to implement and update these systems. These opportunities represent the leading edge of a long-term national transformation of job-matching activities.
The key drivers behind this market include:
- Increased demand from governors for state workforce agencies to communicate effectively with employers and job seekers/claimants.
- The 12 states that have implemented the National Association of State Workforce Association (NASWA)-operated State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES).
- The U.S. Department of Labor's 'Workforce Information System Plan' (2011-2016) in compliance with the requirements of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).
Most states are already using some sort of workforce information system and may be looking to update or further invest in these resources. Adoption of workforce technologies will happen sooner rather than later as unemployment rates are at the forefront of economic issues right now. Virtually every decision related to workforce information systems will have a downstream impact on IT systems and upgrades.
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