Performance and Deliverables

Section 116 of WIOA establishes performance accountability indicators and performance reporting requirements to assess the effectiveness of States and local areas in achieving positive outcomes for individuals served by the workforce development system's six core programs.  These six core programs are the Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth programs, authorized under WIOA title I and administered by DOL; the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) program, authorized under WIOA title II and administered by ED; the Employment Service program authorized under the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended by WIOA title III and administered by DOL; and the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program authorized under title I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by WIOA title IV and administered by ED.

For more information on WIOA Performance Measures and E-Learning Modules, visit DOL's site.

Grant Specifics
​The Grant Agreement (GA) will contain a detailed Project Description that outlines the core functions, activities, tasks, or products associated with the GA.

It will also list the specific deliverables which are services, goods, products, work product, data, items, materials and property to be created, developed, produced, delivered, performed, or provided by or on behalf of, or made available through the grantee (or any agent or subgrantee) in connection with the GA.

The deliverables will be specific and targeted results expected from the activities outlined in the Project Description and serves as a check list of what is to be accomplished throughout the grant.

The GA might also include milestones which mark when important events must occur throughout the grant to effectively achieve the goals.