• Understanding Reportable Individuals and Participants for Performance: A Guide to Reporting Services
This is a graphical guide that demonstrates the distinction in which services are provided for “reportable individuals” and “participants” in the WIOA Adult, WIOA Dislocated Worker, Wagner-Peyser Employment Service, and National Dislocated Worker Grants, in addition to demonstrating which elements in the PIRL should be reported for these services.
• Reportable Individual Scenarios Tool
This tool provides five different scenarios for reporting on an individual whose status as a reportable individual or a participant changes across different reporting periods. This tool helps to clarify when it is appropriate to include multiple records for the same individual based on these changes.
• TEGL 10-16, Change 1
In addition to a wide variety of relevant guidance and information in this guidance, section 8 provides a definition and guidance on "Reportable Individual", as well as "Participant" and "Exit".
• DOL PIRL
The DOL-only Participant Individual Record Layout (PIRL) includes a column demonstrating which elements are collected for reportable individuals, code value that indicate that someone is a reportable individual in a particular program, and elements for reporting services or contact that makes an individual reportable.
• 2017 WIOA National Convening Performance Track Materials
These materials, presented at the 2017 WIOA National Convenings, contain a variety of resources that touch on Reportable Individuals, including slide decks and practice scenarios.
• WIOA Quarterly Performance Report ETA-9173
QPR that includes calculations for many performance calculations, including "Reportable Individuals."