Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (WIOA - AEFLA)

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (WIOA - AEFLA)

Grants and Compliance

On July 22, 2014, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act-Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (WIOA-AEFLA) was signed into law.  The North Carolina Community College System Office is the designated state agency responsible for the allocation of federal and state funds under this Act. The College and Career Readiness Unit, under the NCCCS Programs and Student Services Division, provides leadership, oversight, professional development, technical assistance, and monitors and evaluates programs funded through WIOA-AEFLA grants.

WIOA Title II Compliance

Recipients of federal grants either directly or through a pass- through agency, must meet specific compliance measures as conditions of the federal award. WIOA Title II adult education and literacy funds in North Carolina are administered through the Community College System Office, which is responsible for compliance guidance and monitoring. The term "compliance measures" includes, but is not limited to, the application process, financial management, time and effort reporting , cost allowability, program oversight, and audit resolution.

This page includes guidance documents, training aides, and reporting forms for the various elements of compliance.


Guidance Documents

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment policy

Cost Allowability

Time and Effort

Monthly Reporting Policy

Semi-annual Reporting Policy


Budget package


Title II AEFLA Application (Available early 2018) 



 Monthly Time and Effort

 Semi-Annual Time and Effort


 Time and Effort Recording    Time and Effort PowerPoint      

 Budget Recording                Budget PowerPoint


Frequently Asked Questions

Time and Effort



Continuation of WIOA Funding for Adult Education and Literacy Activities