Indiana Nondiscrimination Plan (NDP)

(Formerly the Methods of Administration (MOA))

29 CFR Part 38.54(a) requires each Governor to establish and implement a Nondiscrimination Plan for State Programs.  Each Nondiscrimination Plan must be designed to give a reasonable guarantee that all recipients will comply, and are complying with the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of WIOA and its regulations.

The NDP consists of nine distinct elements.  Combined, the information contained in the nine elements describes how each Workforce Development Board achieves compliance in all its Title I Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs and activities.

The State Equal Opportunity (EO) Officer reviews the Nondiscrimination Plan every two years to determine if changes are necessary in order for Indiana to achieve compliance with WIOA and its regulations.


Nondiscrimination Plan:
The State of Indiana is currently developing Indiana's Nondiscrimination Plan for 2018