Workforce Technology Resource Collection Available Through NASWA Knowledge Exchange Library

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WASHINGTON - The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) announced a collection of Workforce Technology resources in the Knowledge Exchange Library available now through the Workforce IT Support Center.

This virtual library features resources on workforce technology and emerging trends for NASWA state members and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) partner agencies. This new, online tool allows users to search and filter information based on their specific interests and needs. The collection houses over 800 items and provides one central destination for users to access materials such as informational papers, articles, videos, reports, and other items.

KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE LIBRARY: Workforce Technology Collection

Browse the Workforce Technology Collection of resources actively managed by subject-matter experts and librarians to ensure high-quality content.

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"Our Knowledge Exchange Library houses valuable collections members can use as resources. The Workforce Technology Collection will serve as a critical tool to help states be aware of new technologies and trends that can help them support WIOA programs and best serve customer needs," said Scott B. Sanders, NASWA President, and CEO. "It is my hope that our members will find this collection beneficial during this critical time, especially with the need to provide services virtually."

These digital resources aid in supporting WIOA integration and collaboration, as well as digital government efforts and innovative practices.

For more information on tools and services available through NASWA's Workforce IT Support Center, visit




About the National Association of State Workforce Agencies ( NASWA is the national organization representing all 50 state workforce agencies, District of Columbia, and U.S. territories. These agencies deliver training, employment, career, business, and wage and hour services, in addition to administering 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.