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Transition Assistance Program (U.S.)


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    • Transitional Assistance Program (U.S.)
    • TAP
    • United States. Transition Assistance Program
    • United States. Department of Labor. Veteran's Employment and Training Service. Transition Assistance Program
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Transitional Assistance Program (U.S.)
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    • found: U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on Veterans' Affairs. Subcom. on Education, Training, Employment, and Housing. Oversight hearing on Transitional Assistance Program (TAP), the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project (HVRP) ... 1996:t.p. (Transitional Assistance Program (TAP)) p. 1 (section 502 of P.L. 101-510 requires Sec'y of Labor, with Sec'y of Veterans Affairs and Sec'y of Defense, to provide program of transition assistance) p. 9 (Transition Assistance Program has its genesis as a 1989 pilot project) p. 10 (Congress passed Public Law 101-510 [on Nov. 5, 1990] expanding TAP nationwide) p. 15 (intended as permanent)
    • found: Department of Labor Employment workshop (DOLEW), 2019:title page ([logos] VETS, Transition Assistance Program) p. 10 (TAP curriculum is an outcome-based, modular curriculum with standardized learning objectives. It transforms the way the military prepares Service members who are transitioning to civilian life to pursue their post-service career goals)
    • found: Veterans' Employment & Training Service website, Jan. 5, 2021:menu selections: Program areas, Transition Assistance Program (The Transition Assistance Program provides information, tools, and training to ensure service members, and their spouses, are prepared for the next step in civilian life; cooperative effort among the Department of Labor, and the Departments of Defense, Education, Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs, the Small Business Administration, and the Office of Personnel Management)
    • found: Email from U.S. Department of Labor librarian, April 15, 2021(It doesn't look like the program was ever formally called the Transitional Assistance Program in the Public Law or United States Code. The 1996 hearing is the only thing I see calling it Transitional)
  • Change Notes

    • 1996-09-20: new
    • 2021-07-03: revised
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