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1 Deval L. Patrick, Governor Timothy P. Murray, Lieutenant Governor Joanne F. Goldstein, Secretary Michael Taylor, Director Division of Career Services Judith L. Cicatiello, Director, Division of Unemployment Assistance

2 2 On December 29, 2010, the President signed the bill to extend the 2009 Amendments that were scheduled to expire on December 31, 2010, including the HCTC provisions. Please note that this bill also delays the effective date of the merit staffing requirements in the new TAA Regulations (20 CFR (b)) until no earlier than February 12, In effect, this legislation substitutes February 13, 2011 for December 31, 2010 (and December 15 th for merit staff). Workers covered by certifications for petitions filed before February 13, 2011 will continue to be eligible for benefits available under the 2009 amendments.

3 3  All current rules and expansions which began for all petitions certified after May 18, 2009 will stay in existence.  This includes: 26 week deadlines for TRA eligibility Training full-time or part-time, although full-time training is required in order to meet TRA eligibility requirements. 78 weeks of Additional TRA tax credits for 80% of the monthly health insurance premium they pay. Qualifying insurance coverage includes COBRA, state COBRA, continuing individual coverage or other state-qualified plans. RTAA (ReEmployment Trade Adjustment Assistance) Apprenticeship Training Incumbent worker training

4 4 Reversion to the former TAA parameters will result for Petition FILED on or after {an effective date}; those rules in effect prior to May 18, 2009 will include: The 8/16 deadlines for TRA benefits Use of good cause provisions no longer in use Non inclusion of service industry, public sector, etc. as potentially eligible; a reduction in Additional TRA benefits from 78 weeks to 52 weeks No TRA election No earnings disregard Only the ATAA program-non continuation of RTAA program a reduction in available training funds; and a reduction from the 80% to 65% for the HCTC.

5 5 Type of Certification (Primary)% of Certification under NEW law Type of Certification (Primary) under OLD Law Company Imports of Articles8%14% Company Imports of Services2% Customer Imports of Articles11%19% Customer Imports of Services<1% Imports of Finished Articles containing Like or Directly Competitive Components 0% Imports of Finished Articles Containing Foreign Components <1% Imports of Articles Produced Using Worker Services0% Increased aggregate imports2%6% Shift in Production42%29% Acquisition of Articles from a Foreign Country5% Shift in Services8% Acquisition of Services from a Foreign Country4% Public Agency0% International Trade Commission Determination1% Actual/Likely Increase in Imports Following a Shift Abroad 14%

6 6 Type of Certification (Secondary) % of Certification under NEW law Secondary Component Supplier 13% Secondary Service Supplier 3% Downstream Producer 1% Type of Certification (Secondary) % of Certification under OLD law Upstream Supplier of TAA Certified Primary Firm 18% Downstream Producer for TAA Certified Primary Firm <1%

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9 9 Federal Fiscal Year TAA Program Amount TRA/ATAA Allotment TAA10$12,056,206.00$9,345, TAA09$17,006,838.00$5,550,000 TAA08$8,068,312$12,569,000 TAA07$6,139,228.00$11,537,800

10 10 Benefits/ServicesFY09FY10FY 11 Enrolled Training Job Search Allowance010 Relocation Allowance050 Transportation Allowance Subsistence Allowance 941 Co-Enrolled with WIA71% 69%

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14 14 TAA FY10 Goals (FY 11 not published yet) Average Earnings$13,319---ReEmployment Rate 64.9%---Retention Rate 87.3%

15 15 Vendor awareness Increased co-enrollment efforts-maximize resources Quest Consistency-Quality Improvement- Communication

16 16 Division of Career Services (DCS) Administers TAA benefits One-Stop Career Centers (OSCC) Provide employment and case management services Division of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) Administers TRA benefits

17 17 Q & A


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