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Carrie Mayne of Workforce Research and Analysis Awarded for Tech Efforts



On Oct. 2, 2017, the Utah Department of Workforce Services’ Chief Economist Carrie Mayne received the State Technology Innovator Award for her outstanding efforts in advancing technology policy for the department. The award was given by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).


Carrie has worked for the state of Utah for the past 11 years serving as the Bureau of Labor Statistics supervisor, a supervisory role on the economist team, and now serves as the department’s chief economist. She has utilized the best technology available throughout her experience at Workforce Services. More...




USOR Layton and Bountiful Offices to Relocate to New Centerville Office

The Department of Workforce Services is pleased to announce the opening of a new Utah State Office of Rehabilitation (USOR) location in Centerville on October 2, 2017.

The new office will be located at 520 Marketplace Drive, Suite 130 in Centerville, just off of Interstate 15 and east of the Chick-fil-A. Look for the building sign that has our new Workforce Services Rehabilitation logo. More...

Navajo Tribe Members Receive Free Hearing Aids


The Department of Workforce Services, Southern Utah Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program and the Sound of Life Foundation partnered to provide free hearing assessments and hearing aids for Utah residents on the Navajo reservation in August and September 2017. More...