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Economic Development

Help Texas develop, recruit and retain the businesses and talent needed to compete globally. Explore economic development resources and partnerships.

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Laws & Rules

Learn about the laws, regulations and rules the Texas Workforce Commission complies with or enforces.

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Training Providers' Resources

Find resources for training providers, including information on training provider certifications, employer training partnerships, vital industry skills, growth occupations and more.

Career Schools & Colleges Resources

Find information about career school or college licensing and regulation, requirements for maintaining a license including required reporting, appeal procedures, school programs and performance, school closures and more.

Child Care Providers' Resources

Explore child care and preschool provider certification, learn about provider accreditation, track child referral and attendance records, and find out about training and credentialing opportunities.

Workforce Development Boards

Get to know your Workforce Development Board (Board). Access Board operational guidance and technical assistance, and find procurement opportunities.

Civil Rights & Discrimination

Find information about housing discrimination, housing laws enforced by TWC's Civil Rights Division and related training. Learn about required personnel policies and procedures reviews. Find firefighters' tests. Get information about the Commission on Human Rights.

Reports, Plans & Publications

View TWC's major publications including agency strategic plans and annual reports, publications for employers and job seekers, and program plans and reports.

TWC Financial & Grant Information

Track TWC's spending, budget and Workforce Development Board allocations. Find administrative and cost requirements for grant award contracts that TWC makes to Boards and other agency grantees.

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Last Verified: September 30, 2014

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