Cost Analysis Step by Step
A How-To Guide for Planners and Providers of Welfare-to-Work and Other Employment and Training Programs.
This guide provides a systematic approach to costing out employment and training programs for low-income people. It is geared toward practitioners in both government agencies and community-based organizations who are asked to assess the cost of programs or program components that are currently running or are still in the planning stages. The guide helps states, localities, and service providers to calculate and present cost estimates through a step-by-step approach.
Population:Populations with Low Incomes
Focus Population:People in Low-Wage JobsPeople Receiving Public Assistance
Intervention:Employment Services, Job Training, Welfare-to-Work