Coffey Consulting is a professional services consulting firm founded in 1986 that has been successfully delivering effective solutions to government and private sector clients covering research, evaluations, quantitative studies, surveys, technical assistance and training, acquisition management, facilitation, program integration, financial management, performance management, information technology (IT), and conference and logistical support.

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DOL solicits nominations for 2016 ERISA Advisory Council
The U.S. Department of Labor?s Employee Benefits Security Administration is soliciting nominations to fill five, 3-year vacancies on the Advisory Council on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans, also known as the ERISA Advisory Council. The deadline to submit nominations is July 31.
Publ.Date : 06 Jul 2015 14:00 EDT

Five things US Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez says you should know about the June employment numbers
With the release of the June 2015 Employment Situation Report today, U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez says there are five things you should know about its numbers:
Publ.Date : 02 Jul 2015 10:30 EDT

Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report
In the week ending June 27, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 281,000, an increase of 10,000 from the previous week's unrevised level of 271,000. The 4-week moving average was 274,750, an increase of 1,000 from the previous week's unrevised average of 273,750.
Publ.Date : 02 Jul 2015 8:30 EDT

Grants to assist Iowa workers affected by Ankeny and Waterloo layoffs
This NEG's value is up to $3,058,322 ? with $518,643 for initial release ? to provide reemployment and training services to approximately 650 of 1,312 workers affected by the layoffs at John Deere facilities in Ankeny and Waterloo, Iowa. Of the 650 workers targeted for services, 461 individuals from the Waterloo facility have been certified as eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance. This dual enrollment project will provide the TAA-certified workers with access to "wrap around" and supportive services that are not available through the TAA program.
Publ.Date : 30 Jun 2015 16:30 EDT

West Virginia to receive funding to aid recovery after severe storms
This grant will create about 200 temporary jobs for eligible dislocated workers to assist with clean up and recovery efforts as a result of the severe storms and flooding in West Virginia. This NEG has been approved for up to $2,000,000, with $670,000 to be released initially. These funds will be used to provide for temporary employment on projects to assist with clean up, demolition, repair, renovation and reconstruction of destroyed public structures, facilities and lands within the affected communities, as well as for the delivery of humanitarian aid and safety assistance, as needed.
Publ.Date : 30 Jun 2015 16:30 EDT

Guam to receive funding to help repair damage caused by Typhoon Dolphin
Approved for up to $2,772,641 - with $592,253 released initially - this grant will create about 220 temporary jobs for eligible dislocated workers to assist with clean up and recovery efforts after Typhoon Dolphin. The event left public parks and roadways strewn with debris. Roads, bridges, public facilities and Guam's power and water systems sustained damage, and need repair. The funds will be used to provide for temporary employment on projects to assist with clean up, demolition, repair, renovation and reconstruction of destroyed public structures, facilities and lands within the affected communities, as well as for the delivery of humanitarian aid and safety assistance, as needed.
Publ.Date : 30 Jun 2015 16:30 EDT

Michigan to receive funding to continue reemployment services to workers affected by manufacturing plant closure
This incremental funding award will provide for the continuation of reemployment services to workers affected by the closure of TRW Integrated Chassis Systems, LLC, located in Saginaw. On June 17, 2014, the NEG was approved for up to $1,321,161, with $865,950 released initially, to serve about 200 of the 645 workers affected by the closure of TRW. The manufacturing plant, which produced vehicle components and assemblies, shuttered in February 2014, leading to the eventual elimination of all jobs at the plant.
Publ.Date : 30 Jun 2015 16:30 EDT