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Unemployment insurance benefits, routine processing delays and system upgrades

The Kansas Department of Labor is notifying claimants of routine processing delays of unemployment insurance benefits due to the Kansas fiscal year ending and the Independence Day holiday. Unemployment claims processed on June 29 will pay out on July 2. Unemployment claims process on June 30 will pay out on July 6.

On June 29, Governor Laura Kelly announced that Accenture will work with KDOL to provide operational and technological assessments and improvements to support the delivery of unemployment services.

Accenture will work on a fast timetable to improve the unemployment system and services through evaluating and providing recommendations for claims processing optimization, call center operations and a comprehensive technology review.

Get more information about unemployment benefits.


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