Thursday, April 27, 2017 3:00 PM ~ 4:00 PM ET

This monthly webinar series provides a regular platform for addressing the most difficult and frequently asked-topics in Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) performance reporting.  Each month, we will feature a different performance topic and provide grantees the opportunity to submit their specific performance questions to U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) with ample opportunity to address them in a live format.


This month’s topic is “Performance Reporting During Program Activities Extension and Closeout:  What You Need to Know.”  We will cover how the timeline of the fourth year of your grant affects performance reporting—that is, which outcomes can be reported during the final six months of the grant period if the six-month extension of program activities was taken, which can be counted during closeout, and the implications for all of your outcomes and other affected aspects of your grant.

The second half of the webinar will be devoted to responding to performance questions on this or other topics.  If you have questions that you wish to have answered during the webinar, we invite you to send them to the TAACCCT mailbox.  Questions will be pre-selected for discussion during each call.  The grantee who submitted the question will have an opportunity to discuss the issue in detail with TAACCCT staff, for their own benefit and other grantees listening on the call.  Questions that were not discussed on the call will be responded to by email or in a one-on-one call between the grantee and TAACCCT staff.

To participate, please send your questions to the TAACCCT mailbox ( and indicate “Webinar Performance Question” as the Subject by April 19, 2017. Be sure to include your name, grant name and number, email address, and phone#.  Please limit this email to performance questions.


Cheryl Martin, Program Manager, TAACCCT Grants, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration


Kristen Milstead, Workforce Analyst, TAACCCT Grants, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration