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First in NJ, Union County Offers “Virtual One-Stop” Employment Service to Help Job Seekers
Guam's Governor Announces Unemployment Programs Open for Applications
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New Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website handles high traffic and 9,000 claims from self-employed and other workers not typically eligible for unemployment assistance.

Geographic Solutions recently partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission to launch the new WorkInTexas.com.

The brand-new site will have the potential to connect more than 550,000 Texas employers with 14 million job seekers, statewide.

In partnership with Geographic Solutions, Iowa Workforce Development Launches New User-Friendly Employment Services System

The IowaWORKS site provides a variety of employment resources, tools and services to meet the needs of customers, employers and staff members.

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD), in partnership with software development company Geographic Solutions, Inc., recently expanded IndianaCareerConnect.com to include case management and federal reporting.

Geographic Solutions, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, recently launched a new career solutions site designed specifically for high school students looking to plan their next step after graduation.

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development partnered with Geographic Solutions, Inc. to launch a new integrated software solution that combines the state’s labor exchange and unemployment insurance (UI) operations into one system on May 16, 2016.

Geographic Solutions has recently been awarded a contract for the development and hosting of a new, web-based workforce system for the State of South Dakota.

The California Employment Development Department (EDD), in partnership with Geographic Solutions, officially launched the new CalJOBS site on March 11th, a significant undertaking to modernize California’s service delivery and reporting systems by integrating software supporting the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Wagner-Peyser Act (WPA), Trade Adjustment Act (TAA), and Employment Training Panel (ETP) programs into a single, modern, integrated, Web-based information system.