Labor Market Information: Win-Win Network Community of Practice

In late 2013, ETA began a technical assistance project to increase knowledge of the Real-Time LMI landscape and support selected states in building their capacity to utilize the new data sources.

As part of the technical assistance project, Environmental Scan seeks to inform people in the workforce development system in particular about the most common uses, successes, and challenges of RT LMI. It provides an overview of major RT LMI vendors and their products and services. It also profiles how three states and three regional workforce development knowledge centers are using RT LMI to identify and address labor market issues. Click on the link under Resources.

A WIN-WIN for Workforce Information Producers, Innovators, Suppliers, and Consumers

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The WIN-WIN Network Community of Practice’s goal is to advance the application and integration of data, analysis, and research to decision making in national and regional workforce and economic development and economic recovery by establishing and supporting an active national community of practice that will:

  • Identify demonstrated practices and partnerships that have made effective use of data analysis and research in shaping critical regional workforce and economic development decisions and strategies. 

  • Share practices, methods, and techniques that help to facilitate and improve the application and integration of data, analysis and research among data producers and data consumers.

  • Encourage and promote capacity building and skill development on the part of data producers and consumers to make better use of established data sources and new tools and technology that support analysis and research.

Review the WIN-WIN Network Charter

Review the WIN-WIN Steering Committee Membership list

Review the Criteria for Selection of Exemplars