NFJP allotments are based on the funds appropriated in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 202 2. Funds to implement NFJP are appropriated in the Act.
Congress provided $88,283,000 for formula grants (of which $88,160,000 was allotted after $123,000 was set aside for program integrity), $6,456,000
for migrant and seasonal farmworker housing (of which $6,447,000 was allotted after $9,000 was set aside for program integrity and of which not less than 70 percent shall be for permanent housing), and $657,000 for discretionary purposes.
The Department will issue individual Housing grant awards based on the results of the 2020 grant competition.
In distributing funds, ETA calculates allotments for Career Services and Training grantees through an administrative formula.
The formula’s original methodology is described in a notice published in the Federal Register notice, 64 FR 27390, May 19, 1999, subsequently updated in the Federal Register notice, 86 FR 32063 on June 16, 202 1. As explained in ETA’s PY 2021 notice, the allotments provided in this TEGL for Career Services and Training grantees reflect hold-harmless provisions that provide for a stop loss/stop gain limit to facilitate grantees’ transition to the updated formula results established in the June 2021 Federal Register notice.
For PY 2021, each state service area received an amount equal to at least 95 percent of their PY 2020 allotment percentage, as applied to the PY 2021 formula funds available.
For PY 2022, each state services area will receive an amount equal to at least 90 percent of their PY 2021 allotment percentage, as applied to the PY 2022 formula funds available.