WIOA Performance and Transparency

WIOA Seeks Goal Driven & Evidence Based Decision Making:
Illinois continues to deliver timely reporting of the mandated WIOA workforce outcomes to the Federal government. Serving unemployed and underemployed populations within the state and helping them attain self-sustaining careers in demand-driven sectors continues to be the top priority of WIOA efforts. Tracking, measuring and reporting these efforts are vital to ensuring all the key stakeholders and the public are informed of program results.  The state partner agencies continue to strive for better alignment of state education and workforce data integration to provide continuous improvement in performance outcome accountability and transparency.

  • Goal Setting
  • Assuring timely, actionable performance information is available to decision-makers at all levels of organization, and
  • Conducting frequent data-driven reviews that guide decisions and actions to improve performance and reduce costs.
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Illinois Workforce Development Annual Reports
  • FPY’ 2016/SFY’ 2017 Illinois Workforce Development Annual Report (PDF)
  • FPY’ 2015/SFY’ 2016 Illinois Workforce Development Annual Report (PDF)

Quarterly Reporting
​Title I
Title III
Quarter 1: 
7/01/2018 - 9/30/2018
WIOA Adult (PDF)
WIOA Youth (PDF)
Dislocated Worker (PDF)
Wagner-Peyser (PDF)
Quarter 2: 
10/01/2018 -12/31/2018
​WIOA Adult (PDF)
WIOA Youth (PDF)
Dislocated Worker (PDF)
​​​​​Wagner-Peyser (PDF)
Quarter 3:
1/01/2019 - 03/31/2019
WIOA Adult (PDF)
WIOA Youth (PDF)
Dislocated Worker (PDF)
​​​​​​Wagner-Peyser (PDF)
Quarter 4:
4/01/2019 - 06/30/2019
​​WIOA Adult (PDF)
WIOA Youth (PDF)
Dislocated Worker (PDF)
​​​​​Wagner-Peyser (PDF)

Negotiated WIOA Performance Goals
  • PY 2018 & PY 2019 Title I and Title III Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Illinois Final Negotiated Performance Goals  (PDF)
    • PY 2018 & PY 2019 Title I and Title III Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Illinois Negotiated Performance Goals Overview (PDF)
  • PY 2018 & PY 2019 Measurable Skill Gains for Title II Adult Education and Literacy (PDF)

Contact Information:

Title I
Patti Schnoor
Illinois Department of Commerce
Email: patricia.schnoor@illinois.gov
Phone: 217-524-4441
Title II
Jay Brooks
Illinois Community College Board
Email: jay.brooks@illinois.gov
Phone: 618-942-7460
Title III
Sergio Estrada
Illinois Department of Employment Security
Email: sergio.estrada@illinois.gov
Phone:  312-793-6213
Title IV
Douglas Morton
Illinois Department of Human Services
Email: douglas.morton@illinois.gov
Phone: 312-814-1936

  • DOL ETA WIOA Performance (Webpage)
  • Workforce GPS Performance Tutorial and Educational Information (Webpage)
  • How WIOA Performance Data Works Infographic (Image)   
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Active WIOA Participants by County and Congressional District

Each map marker below identifies the number of active WIOA participants by County in the State of Illinois. Click on the list view to see the number of WIOA participants in each county listed in alphabetical order.

Updated: November 22, 2019

Each map marker below identifies the number of active WIOA participants in each Congressional District in the State of Illinois. Click on the list view to see Congressional Districts listed with the number of individuals being served in each District.

Updated: November 22, 2019