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The Department of Labor has established the Clearinghouse for Labor Evaluation and Research (CLEAR),a clearinghouse designed to make research on labor-related topics more available. Current topics range from career academies to OSHA enforcement to opportunities for youth.

 O*NET Online Resources Updated
The National O*NET Center has moved Version 19.0 of the O*NET Database into production in O*NET Online and other online resources.

The LMI Institute has added fact sheets describing a dozen significant programs that are sources of data relating to education and the workforce. They also provide brief descriptions and links to over 30 agencies, associations and other organizations that cover the broad spectrum of workforce, education and economic data.

The LMI Win-Win community at Workforce3One has assembled tips for using American Community Survey estimates. The page also provides help with using the American FactFinder search feature to find specific ACS data and provides help on other ACS resources and types of tables.

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Military Crosswalk Updated
The Department of Defense has updated their crosswalk to civilian occupations. Find a link to information about this latest update and for downloading the file from the NCSC's WID Non-Standard Tables page.

The National Crosswalk Service Center has just published their annual activity report for the year ending June 30, 2014.

WIOA Resources
On Tuesday, July 22, President Obama signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) into law. Much of the law takes effect on July 1, 2015, the start of the first program year after enactment. The Employment and Training Administration has begun to assemble information about the act and its enactment.

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