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Procurement Resources Now Available Through Workforce IT Support Center



For Immediate Release

WASHINGTON - The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) announced the launch of the Workforce IT Support Center Procurement Portal, a collection of technology-related procurements made by state workforce and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) partner agencies. 

The workforce-focused Procurement Portal features an interactive experience for states to search and filter information based on their WIOA information technology needs. It includes active and archived procurements for programs and services such as those serving Adult Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).

This is another great tool available for our member states and WIOA partner agencies offered through the Workforce IT Support Center," said Scott B. Sanders, NASWA President and CEO. "This effort to collect and present procurement information on workforce IT products and services will provide a helpful resource for our members now and into the future."

The Procurement Portal and other online tools available from the Workforce IT Support Center can be viewed at https://www.naswa.org/witsc/online-tools. In order to access these tools, an active NASWA account is required. If you do not have an active account, one can be requested at https://www.naswa.org/account/register

Questions or need help accessing these tools? Contact witsc@naswa.org.

 

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About the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (www.naswa.org): NASWA is the national organization representing all 50 state workforce agencies, D.C. and U.S. territories. These agencies deliver training, employment, career, and business services, in addition to administering the unemployment insurance, veteran reemployment, and labor market information programs. NASWA provides policy expertise, shares promising state practices, and promotes state innovation and leadership in workforce development.