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l. 3. B. The State’s performance under the performance accountability measures of section 116 of WIOA; and

Current Narrative:

Title IV Vocational Rehabilitation programs are using a phased-in approach to set levels of performance for all primary performance indicators under this Combined State Plan. RSA-TAC-18-01 released January 18, 2018 provides guidance on the requirements for these indicators. The Division is still collecting baseline information on most of these indicators. As a result, performance levels are being reported for only Measurable Skill Gains at this time.  The remaining indicators will be coming online in the next two years and IDVR anticipates being able to report performance across all indicators in the next plan:

  • Employment in the 2nd quarter
  • Employment in the 4th quarter
  • Median earnings
  • Credential attainment
  • Measurable skill gains
  • Effectiveness in serving employers.

The Division has updated our data sharing agreement, including signing the State Wage Interchange System (SWIS) Agreement as a non-access PACIA. While, IDVR has requested access to Idaho’s Data Management Council to gain access to Idaho’s Statewide Longitudinal Data System, the current data exchange environment does not allow for this information to be exchanged in time for reporting purposes.  The Division is working closely with other core WIOA partners on a Workforce Development Quality Initiative (WDQI) grant which seeks to remove barriers through automation and reduce the time required to access this data.

The Division continues to improve our data validation and accuracy efforts by working with Aware, testing data validation and accuracy checks with the field and implementing strategies which provide strong automatic internal control and quarterly data check to detect anomalies and errors.  The Division’s Information and Communication strategy promote compliance and learning by informing staff each quarter of errors and anomalies detected by this strategy and working with staff to fix errors and fix or certify anomalies.  The expectation is that errors and anomalies for staff working through these corrections will diminish over time.

The Division will continue to collect and analyze data to inform initial baseline thresholds to establish levels of performance to use for future negotiations with RSA.  Thusly, the Division looks forward to negotiating targets with RSA.