The Stevens Amendment is a federal law found in H.R. 6157 that requires funding information to be included on all projects or programs using federal funds. It is intended to provide transparency for taxpayers and ensure federally funded research and work are properly credited.
This web page lists how the Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board uses federal grant money to fund its work.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Programs are fully funded by grant awards from the California Employment Development Department (EDD) using Department of Labor funding, which provides 100% of the total program funding. In FY 2022-23, the WIB has budgeted the following amounts:
- WIOA Adult – $829,815
- WIOA Dislocated Worker – $955,090
- WIOA Youth – $860,204
- WIOA Rapid Response – $534,361
The COVID-19 Employment Recovery NDWG (National Dislocated Worker Grant) is funded by WIOA 25% Dislocated Worker funds totaling $121,346 from the Department of Labor as a pass-through from the EDD, funded 100% by federal sources.
The Regional Implementation 4.0 project is funded by WIOA Adult Governor’s Discretionary Funding totaling $265,594 from the Department of Labor as a pass-through from the California Workforce Development Board, funded 100% by federal sources.