Curious about how emerging federal policy proposals and budget priorities might shape the context for your work in 2021 and beyond? With a new Congress and presidential term beginning in January 2021, many research, analysis, and advocacy organizations are beginning to roll out their 2021 recommendations for federal workforce policies. For your quick reference and comparison, we’re compiling them here as new publications come across our desks.
American Enterprise Institute
Aspen Institute - Economic Opportunities Program + Job Quality Fellows
Center for Law and Social Policy
Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Jobs for the Future
JPMorgan Chase & Co. PolicyCenter
National Skills Coalition
Additional policy analyses and recommendations that integrate workforce strategies include:
Funders Together to End Homelessness
National Women's Law Center
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Inclusion of materials in this resources list does not constitute an endorsement.