[wiaattorneys] FW: Trade Adjustment/Readjustment Act (TAA/TRA) Question

  • From: "Pomerantz, Jane C. \(GC-LI\)" <jpomerantz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <THAMBR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 14:38:59 -0400

Hi there

We here in PA don't remember seeing anything in the Trade regs on this.
(See below) You might try Fred Tello at US DOL. He is the Grant Officer
and signs the Trade Act agreements with the states. His email is

Jane Pomerantz

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From: Enright, Christine 
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 10:39 AM
To: Gnech, Cynthia; Bradley, Barbara; Wright, Kenneth
Cc: Pomerantz, Jane C. (GC-LI); Moulfair, William
Subject: RE: [wiaattorneys] Trade Adjustment/Readjustment Act (TAA/TRA)

No, There are no regulations for the Trade Act of 2002 so the only
regulations are the ones that have been in existance for decades.  I
don't remember seeing any other guidance on this issue


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Subject: [wiaattorneys] Trade Adjustment/Readjustment Act (TAA/TRA)

Hello all.

A question came up recently about whether there was any federal
regulation that required that TAA/TRA funds to be maintained in a
separate [bank] account than general Unemployment Compensation (UC)
funds.  Obviously, separate paper and ledger accounting must be
performed to account for both TAA and general UC revenues and
expenditures.  But beyond that, there is some question as to what is
federally required for TAA/TRA dollars.  Any insights or comments would
be appreciated.  

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