Deltek Analyst Amanda White reports.
Continuing with Deltek’s month-long blog series in honor of National Social Worker Month, we’re highlighting a consortium of states looking to modernize their unemployment insurance (UI) infrastructure. WyCAN, a group of states including Arizona, Colorado, North Dakota and Wyoming, is taking on efforts to obtain a UI tax and benefit system that is extensible, configurable and cost-effective for development, operations and support. In September 2009, each WyCAN state received federal funding under a U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) grant that helped the consortium develop and administer a study to determine project feasibility and system design to be leveraged in multiple states.
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The WyCAN project has been cancelled as of August 3rd. Done… kaput!