WIA


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WIA

abbreviation for waking imagined analgesia.
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States that do not meet their performance goals for two consecutive years may be penalized with up to a 5-percent reduction in their WIA grant.
The WIA Committee would like to acknowledge the Tri-Societies for their effort in providing reliable onsite childcare for this year's meeting.
One of the more important changes under WIA is that eligibility for adult and dislocated worker services is tied to service sequencing, with universal access only to "core" services.
Both WIA and Perkins III were enacted with authorizations through federal fiscal year (FY) 2003 and appropriations of "such sums as may be necessary.
To qualify, education agencies must collect and report employment information on all students in a training program, even if just one student in the class is funded by the WIA.
We encourage you to visit the ACrE website to find out more information on WIA and other items of interest and to receive our legislative updates.
While the Act contains very clear expectations for coordination and cooperation between VR agencies and other entities in the workforce investment system, none of the requirements in the Act or in WIA is intended to violate the integrity of the VR program.
Three key issues--flexibility in federal guidance, major changes to states' information technology (IT) systems, and limited monitoring--compromised states' early efforts to collect and report WIA performance data.
WIA is pleased to have Lumos Networks join the ranks of WIA's membership.
On top of the free airlift on Cebu Pacific flights, the WIA government troops will also get baggage allowance of up to 40 kilograms.
California, US-based medical imaging viewing solutions provider TeraRecon has acquired Pennsylvania, US-based machine learning company McCoy Medical Technologies to form new independent company WIA Corp.