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1 National Fund Industry Partnership Reporting Tool User Guide (opens in new window) Data Dictionary (opens in new window) Introduction Page Page description: This reporting tool is intended to gather background, contact and outcomes information about your Industry Partnership's participation in the National Fund for Workforce Solutions (NFWS). The data collected via this reporting tool will primarily be used in NFWS national evaluation efforts, in conjunction with other key data collected through regular site visits and telephone conference calls. These data may also be used to inform NFWS technical assistance, peer learning and training opportunities. To proceed into the reporting form, please press "Click to Next Page". You can always hit the "Click to Go Back" button to return to previous reporting pages and change your responses. You can also Exit the reporting tool and re-enter through the original invitation at any time, and your most recent data will be saved. This reporting tool will remain open until January 15. We will send regular reminder s during that period until you have submitted your NFWS data. Thank you for your participation in the initiative and related evaluation activities. Reporting Period Page Page description:

2 This reporting tool is primarily intended to collect cumulative aggregate data on participants and employers served by your industry partnership. Service participation and outcomes data reported should include information for all participants served by your industry partnership, starting from the start date of the NFWS contract with your collaborative and ending on the end-date of this reporting period: Contract start date through [question("value"), id="608"] Please enter current information for all questions about contact information and industry partnership characteristics. Industry Partnership Background Information Page description: This section will collect key background information on the industry partnership. 2. Please indicate the name of your industry partnership. * 3. Please indicate the name of the regional or rural collaborative that funds your industry partnership. * Industry Partnership Contact Information Page description: This section will collect key contact information for the industry partnership.

3 4. What is the name and address of the lead organization of [question("value"), id="388"]? Lead Organization Name * Street Address * Apt/Suite/Office City * State * Postal Code * Web Address 5. Who is the individual responsible for submitting NFWS data for [question("value"), id="388"]? First Name * Last Name * Organization Name * Address * Phone Number * Industry Partnership Program Characteristics Page description: This section will collect information about key program characteristics of the industry partnership.

4 6. What year was [question("value"), id="388"] formed? (YYYY) * 7. What was the start date for [question("value"), id="388"]'s initial NFWS contract with [question("value"), id="29"]? (MM/DD/YYYY) * Calendar 8. Please indicate the type of organization serving as the lead organization in [question("value"), id="388"]. Check one. * Community college Community-based organization Employer association Employer Labor union One-Stop career center Public welfare organization Workforce Investment Board Other non-profit organization Other post-secondary institution Other public organization Other training provider Other (please specify)

5 9. Please indicate the types of organizations that are participating in [question("value"), id="388"]. Check all that apply. * Community college Community-based organization Employer association Employer Labor union One-Stop career center Public welfare organization Workforce Investment Board Other non-profit organization Other post-secondary institution Other public organization Other training provider Other (please specify)

6 10. Please indicate those populations (beyond low-income, low-skilled individuals) that are a particular strategic focus of [question("value"), id="388"]. Check all that apply. * Formerly Incarcerated Homeless Immigrant Workers Individuals with Disabilities Limited English Proficient Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Older Workers Public Housing Residents Single Parents Target Racial/Ethnic Population Veterans Young adults Youth None Other (please specify)

7 11. Please indicate the primary sector that is the strategic focus of [question("value"), id="388"]. Check one. * None Aerospace Automotive Repair Biotechnology Construction Energy Financial Services Health Care Homeland Security Hospitality Information Technology Logistics/Transportation/Distribution Manufacturing Marine Trades Retail Other ( please specify) Jobseeker Program Page description: Page exit logic: Simple Page Jump IF: Question "Does [question("value"), id="388"] offer a jobseeker program (i.e., a program serving unemployed, underemployed and/or employed individuals that is NOT coordinated directly with the participant's current employer)." #12 is one of the following answers ("No") THEN: Jump to page 12 - Incumbent Worker Program

8 12. Does [question("value"), id="388"] offer a jobseeker program (i.e., a program serving unemployed, underemployed and/or employed individuals that is NOT coordinated directly with the participant's current employer). * Yes No Jobseeker Program: Participant Demographics and Employment Information Page description: This section will collect background information (i.e., as collected at enrollment) on the demographic and employment characteristics of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]. 13. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]: * Not Applicable Jobseeker program participants who received services 14. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by gender as reported at enrollment. Male Female

9 15. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by age as reported at enrollment: or older 16. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by highest education level as reported at enrollment: 8th grade or less 9th-12th grade, no high school diploma or equivalent High school diploma or equivalent Some college AA degree BA or higher

10 17. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by race as reported at enrollment: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African-American Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander White Other Multiple 18. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin as reported at enrollment. Of Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin Not of Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin

11 19. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by employment status as reported at enrollment: Employed Not Employed 20. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], who received public benefits that include TANF, food stamps, Medicaid, or SCHIP, as reported at enrollment: Public Benefits Receipt No Public Benefits Receipt 21. Please enter the number of jobseeker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by criminal background as reported at enrollment: Criminal Background No Criminal Background

12 The numbers reported in individual categories in questions 14 through 21 must add to the total number of jobseeker program participants, as reported in Question 13. Please review and change your response(s) in the following question number(s): [question("value"), id="1622"] Jobseeker Program: Participant Services Provided Page description: This section will collect information on services provided to jobseeker program participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"].

13 22. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who received education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] in each of the following categories:* Not Applicable Apprenticeship program Basic skills/esl training Computer literacy training Occupational skills training On-the-job training Workplace readiness/life skills training Other education/training program

14 23. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who received non-training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] in each of the following categories:* Not Applicable Assessment Asset development Career coaching/counseling Case management Job search/job placement Supportive services Other non-training services The number reported for each service category in Q22 cannot exceed the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q13. Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

15 The number reported for each service category in Q23 cannot exceed the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q13. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. Last year, the reported number of jobseeker participants served by this partnership was higher than the number entered in Q13. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q13 is correct, before proceeding. You reported in Q12 that jobseeker services were offered, but you reported in Q13 that no jobseeker participants were served. Please verify that your response to Q13 is correct before proceeding. You reported in Q12 that jobseeker services were offered, but you reported in Q13 that the number of jobseeker participants served were unknown/missing or not applicable. Please verify that your response to Q13 is correct before proceeding. Last year, a positive number of jobseeker participants were reported; this year you have reported in Q13 that the number of jobseeker participants is unknown/missing or not applicable. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q13 is correct, before proceeding. Jobseeker Program: Participant Education/Training Outcomes

16 Page description: This section will collect information on education and training outcomes for jobseeker participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]. 24. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who completed any education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Jobseeker program participants who completed education/training services Not Applicable

17 25. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who completed education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] each of the following categories:* Not Applicable Apprenticeship program Basic skills/esl training Computer literacy training Occupational skills training On-the-job training Workplace readiness/life skills training Other education/training program

18 26. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who completed services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] and received a recognized degree or credential at any point during the course of their program participation, by category of degree or credential:* Not Applicable AA or AS degree BA or BS degree GED/High school equivalency Occupational skills certificate/credential/licensure Workplace readiness credential Other The number of participants who completed services (Q24) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q13. Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

19 The number of participants who completed services in each category of Q25 cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services in that category, as reported in Q22. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who completed a degree or credential in each category of Q26 cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services (Q24). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who completed services in each category of Q25 cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who completed services (Q24). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. Jobseeker Program: Participant Employment Outcomes Page description: This section will collect information on employment outcomes for jobseeker program participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]. 27. Please enter the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved job placement from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Jobseeker program participants who achieved job placement Not Applicable

20 28. For all jobseeker program participants who achieved job placements from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please indicate the number of job placements by targeted industry sector(s): Job placements in targeted industry sector Job placements in non-targeted industry sector 29. For all jobseeker program participants who achieved job placements from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please enter the number whose hourly wages at placement fell within the following ranges: Less than $7.25 $ $9.99 $ $12.49 $ $14.99 $ $17.49 $ $19.99 $20.00 or more

21 30. For all jobseeker program participants who achieved job placements from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please enter the number of participants whose expected hours at placement fall within the following ranges: Less than to to or more 31. For all jobseeker program participants who achieved job placements from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please enter the total number of participants who were eligible at placement to receive employer-supported health benefits: Eligible to receive employer-supported health benefits Not eligible to receive employer-supported health benefits 32. Please enter the number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 6-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Jobseeker program participants who achieved 6-month retention Not Applicable

22 33. Please enter the number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 12-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Jobseeker program participants who achieved 12-month retention participants participants Not Applicable 34. For all jobseeker program participants who achieved 12-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please enter the number who had achieved the following indicators of advancement at the 12-month retention point:* participants Not Applicable Promotion participants Wage gain participants The number of participants who achieved job placement (Q27) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q13. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The numbers reported in individual categories (Q28-Q31) must add to the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved job placement, as reported in Q27. Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

23 The number of participants who achieved 6-month retention (Q32) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved job placement (Q27). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved 12-month retention (Q33) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 6-month retention (Q32). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The numbers reported in individual categories (Q34) must add to the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 12-month retention, as reported in Q33. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q34) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 12-month job retention (Q33). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved 24-month retention (Q43) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q16. Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

24 The numbers reported in individual categories (Q44) must add to the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 24-month retention, as reported in Q43. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q45) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 24-month job retention (Q43). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved 36-month retention (Q47) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who received services, as reported in Q17. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The numbers reported in individual categories (Q47) must add to the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 36-month retention, as reported in Q46. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q48) cannot be greater than the total number of jobseeker program participants who achieved 36-month job retention (Q46). Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

25 No participants were shown as achieving job placement in Q27. Please enter zero for all response categories of Q No participants were shown as achieving 12-month retention in Q33. Please enter zero for all response categories of Q34, [[[and either or Not Applicable for all response categories in Q41.]]] Incumbent Worker Program Page description: 35. Does [question("value"), id="388"] offer incumbent worker program(s) (i.e., a program serving employed individuals that is coordinated directly with the participant's current employer)? * Yes No Page exit logic: Jump to page 17 IF: Question "Does [question("value"), id="388"] offer incumbent worker program(s) (i.e., a program serving employed individuals that is coordinated directly with the participant's current employer)?" #35 is one of the following answers ("No") THEN: Jump to page 17 - Employer Services Provided Last year, this partnership reported that services had been offered to jobseeker participants. This year, you have indicated that no jobseeker services have been offered. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q12 is correct, before proceeding.

26 Last year, this partnership reported that a positive number of jobseeker participants had been served; this year you reported in Q12 that this partnership has not served jobseeker participants. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q12 is correct, before proceeding. Incumbent Worker Program: Participant Demographics and Employment Information Page description: This section will collect background information (i.e., as collected at enrollment) on the demographic and employment characteristics of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]. 36. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Incumbent worker program participants who received services Not Applicable 37. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by gender as reported at enrollment. * Male Female

27 38. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by age as reported at enrollment: * or older 39. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by highest education level as reported at enrollment: * 8th grade or less 9th-12th grade, no high school diploma or equivalent High school diploma or equivalent Some college AA degree BA or higher

28 40. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by race as reported at enrollment: * American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African-American Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander White Other Multiple 41. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin as reported at enrollment. * Of Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin Not of Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin

29 42. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by employment status as reported at enrollment: * Employed Not Employed 43. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], who receive public benefits that include TANF, food stamps, Medicaid, or SCHIP, as reported at enrollment: * Public Benefits Receipt No Public Benefits Receipt 44. Please enter the number of incumbent worker program participants served from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], by criminal background as reported at enrollment: * Criminal Background No Criminal Background

30 The numbers reported in individual categories must add to the total number of incumbent worker program participants, as reported in Q36. Please review and change your response(s) as needed in the following questions: [question("value"), id="1657"]. Incumbent Worker Program: Participant Services Provided Page description: This section will collect information on services provided to incumbent worker program participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"].

31 45. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] in each of the following categories:* Not Applicable Apprenticeship program Basic skills/esl training Computer literacy training Occupational skills training On-the-job training Workplace readiness/life skills training Other education/training program

32 46. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received nontraining services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] in each of the following categories:* Not Applicable Assessment Asset development Career coaching/counseling Case management Job search/job placement Supportive services Other non-training services The number reported for each training service category in Q45 cannot exceed the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received services, as reported in Q36. Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

33 The number reported for each service category in Q46 cannot exceed the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received services, as reported in Q36. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. Last year, the reported number of incumbent participants served by this partnership was higher than the number entered in Q36. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q36 is correct, before proceeding. Last year, a positive number of incumbent participants were reported; this year you have reported in Q36 that the number of incumbent participants is unknown/missing or not applicable. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q36 is correct, before proceeding. You reported in Q35 that incumbent services were offered, but you reported in Q36 that the number of incumbent participants served was zero, unknown/missing or not applicable. Please verify that your response to Q36 is correct before proceeding. Incumbent Worker Program: Participant Education/Training Outcomes Page description: This section will collect information on education and training outcomes for incumbent worker participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"].

34 47. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed any education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Incumbent worker program participants who completed education/training services Not Applicable

35 48. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed education/training services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] by type of service:* Not Applicable Apprenticeship program Basic skills/esl training Computer literacy training Occupational skills training On-the-job training Workplace readiness/life skills training Other education/training program

36 49. Please enter the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed services from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"] and received a recognized degree or credential at any point during the course of their program participation, by category of degree or credential:* Not Applicable AA or AS degree BA or BS degree GED/High school equivalency Occupational skills certificate/credential/licensure Workplace readiness credential Other The number of participants who completed services (Q47) cannot be greater than the total number of participants who received services, as reported in Q36. Please review and change your response as needed.

37 The number of participants who received a degree or credential in each category of Q49 cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed services (Q47). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who completed services in each category of Q48 cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who received services in that category (Q45). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who completed services in each category (Q48) cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed services (Q47). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. Incumbent Worker Program: Employment Outcomes Page description: This section will collect information on employment outcomes for incumbent worker program participants from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]. 50. Please enter the number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 6-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Incumbent worker program participants who achieved 6- month retention Not Applicable

38 51. Please enter the number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 12-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* Incumbent worker program participants who achieved 12- month retention Not Applicable 52. For all incumbent worker program participants who achieved 12-month retention from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"], please enter the number who had achieved the following indicators of advancement at the 12-month retention point:* participants Not Applicable Promotion participants Wage gain participants The number of participants who achieved 6 month retention (Q50) cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who completed services, as reported in Q47. Please review and change your response as needed. The number of participants who achieved 12-month retention (Q51) cannot be greater than the total number of participants who achieved 6-month retention (Q50). Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

39 The numbers reported in individual categories in Q52 must add to the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 12-month retention, as reported in Q51. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q52) cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 12-month job retention (Q51). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved 24 month retention (Q65) cannot be greater than the total number of participants who achieved 12 month retention, as reported in Q61. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The numbers reported in individual categories in Q66 must add to the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 24-month retention, as reported in Q65. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q??) cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 24-month job retention (Q??). Please review and change your response(s) as needed.

40 The number of participants who achieved 36-month retention (Q68) cannot be greater than the total number of participants who achieved 24-month retention, as reported in Q65. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The numbers reported in individual categories (Q69) must add to the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 36-month retention, as reported in Q68. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. The number of participants who achieved various indicators of advancement (Q70) cannot be greater than the total number of incumbent worker program participants who achieved 36-month job retention (Q68). Please review and change your response(s) as needed. No participants were shown as achieving 12-month retention in Q68. Please enter zero for all response categories of Q69, and either or Not Applicable for all response categories in Q70. Employer Services Provided Page description: This section will collect information on services provided to employers from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"].

41 53. Please enter the total number of employers that directly received services from [question("value"), id="388"] or participated in a [question("value"), id="388"] program, from [question("value"), id="609"] through [question("value"), id="608"]:* employers Not Applicable Employers receiving services employers The number in each category in Q54 cannot exceed the total number reported in Q53. Please review and change your response(s) as needed. Last year, this partnership reported that services had been offered to incumbent participants. This year, you have indicated that no incumbent services have been offered. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q43 is correct, before proceeding. Last year, this partnership reported that a positive number of incumbent participants had been served; this year you reported in Q43 that this partnership has not served incumbent participants. Please verify that your response reflects cumulative data, and that your response to Q43 is correct, before proceeding.

42 You reported that neither non- incumbent services nor incumbent services were offered. Please verify that your responses are correct before proceeding. Data Review and Submission Page description: The national evaluation requires you to verify that these data have been reviewed by the regional or rural collaborative before submission. Before proceeding with data submission, please forward the link to this reporting form to [question("value"), id="29"] for review. After you have received approval from [question("value"), id="29"], return and complete this page, then submit your data. Show/hide trigger exists. 54. Have these data been reviewed by an appropriate contact at [question("value"), id="29"]? * Yes No Dynamically shown if "Have these data been reviewed by an appropriate contact at [question("value"), id="29"]?" = No Before proceeding with data submission, please forward the link to this reporting form to [question("value"), id="29"] for review. After you have received approval from [question("value"), id="29"], return and complete this page, then submit your data.

43 Show/hide trigger exists. Dynamically shown if "Have these data been reviewed by an appropriate contact at [question("value"), id="29"]?" = Yes Are you ready to submit your NFWS Industry Partnership data for [question("value"), id="609"] to [question("value"), id="608"]? * Yes No Dynamically shown if "Are you ready to submit your NFWS Industry Partnership data for [question("value"), id="609"] to [question("value"), id="608"]?" = No Please make any additional changes to your data and return to this page. First, click on the "Data is ready for submission" below, and then click on the "Finished? Submit your NFWS data" button at the bottom of the page to submit your data to NFWS. Data is ready for submission. Dynamically shown if "Are you ready to submit your NFWS Industry Partnership data for [question("value"), id="609"] to [question("value"), id="608"]?" = Yes Please submit your data by clicking the "Finished? Submit your data." button below. Last year, the reported number of employers served by this partnership was higher than the number entered in Q53. Please verify that you have entered cumulative data, and that your response to Q53 is correct, before proceeding

44 You reported in Q53 that no employers have been served, or that the number of employers is unknown/missing or not applicable. Please verify that you have entered cumulative data, and that your response to Q65 is correct, before proceeding. Thank You! Page description: Thank you for submitting your NFWS data report; your data will help us understand the experience and outcomes of the NFWS initiative. You will receive an record of your responses within one day. We will contact you again in one year for the next data report. If you would like to revise your responses, please copy and paste the following link into a new browser tab: [survey("edit link")]

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