NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development was recognized for its ongoing efforts to reduce fraud and waste within the state’s unemployment insurance program by using the State Information Data Exchange System.

The National Association of State Workforce Agencies highlighted professional employer organizations, third-party administrators and state agencies for their dedication to eliminating UI waste and their commitment to the SIDES program at a seminar the organization recently held in Nashville.

“NASWA recognized our department for its outstanding performance from both a technical and business standpoint,” said Rusty Felts, Assistant Commissioner for the TDLWD Unemployment Security Division.

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