Workforce Investment Act

Workforce investment act laws and regulations include The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and Wagner-Peyser Act as amended (1998).

This legislation is known as Public Law 105-220, also commonly known as the Workforce Investment Act, signed into law by President Clinton in a Rose Garden ceremony at the White House on August 7, 1998.

It replaced the Job Training Partnership Act and certain other Federal job training law with new workforce investment systems.

The law and related regulations have listed the text available for public at the website

From there, you can find links to original text of the law, related regulations, and find information on how the law changed from previous laws and regulations, with

  • Side-by-Side Comparison of WIA to Current Law
  • House-Senate Conference Report on H.R. 1385

Some of the best resources for analysis and tips on how the law relates to actual situations are the employee representative organizations, such as the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL–CIO.

Their information relating to this legislation is available at

Wikipedia also has an article on the subject at

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