In late 1998, the New York City Department of Employment (DOE) decided to develop a technical assistance plan for its contracted employment and training providers. The goal of this initiative was to help providers transition to a new performance-based contracting system and improve their overall performance. This report describes P/PV's evaluation of the New York City Job Training Partnership Act adult training providers; discusses challenges faced by providers; and recommends strategies for improving the performance of New York City's employment and training system.
Title: Building a Firm Foundation: Recommendations for New York City's Job Training System
Publication date 1999-12-30
Publication Year 1999
Maria L. Buck
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / New York City
, workforce investment
, training providers
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