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DOL’s Workforce Investment Board’s Youth Services Applications to Be Available Feb. 8

United States Department of Labor

The Virgin Islands Workforce Investment Board (VIWIB) is accepting proposals for Youth Workforce Development Services authorized through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA). WIOA youth programs and services are administered through the V.I. Department of Labor (DOL).

According to a press release from the V.I. Department of Labor, proposal application packages for WIOA Youth Services will be available beginning Feb. 8. Packages may be downloaded from the DOL website at or hardcopy packages may be obtained from a youth services representative at:

VI Department of Labor

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2353 Kronprindsends Gade

Charlotte Amalie, VI 00802 

776-3700 ext. 2080


VI Department of Labor

4401 Sion Farm – STE 1

Christiansted, VI 00820

773-1994 ext. 2144

Completed proposals are due no later than 4 p.m. by March 8. Electronic packages are preferred and may be returned to; however, hard copies are acceptable and may be returned at any of the above locations.

Bidder’s Conferences will be held on St. Croix on Tuesday, Feb. 20, and on St. Thomas on Thursday, Feb. 22. Please call one of the telephone numbers above for the location and time. At these conferences, interested applicants will be able to review the proposal package and ask questions about the materials and process.

Proposals must meet all specifications and all required documentation must be attached. Any submission without required content and documentation will be considered non-responsive. The Workforce Investment Board reserves the right to modify, alter or reject any proposal submitted.

For more information about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 or if a person has questions pertaining to the WIOA Youth Services Proposal package contact Lizette Llanos at 773-1994, ext. 2144.

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