The Employment Development Department (EDD) enhances California's economic growth and prosperity by collaboratively delivering valuable and innovative services to meet the evolving needs of employers, workers, and job seekers. The EDD connects employers with job seekers, administers the Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Paid Family Leave programs, and provides employment and training programs under the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. Additionally, the EDD collects various employment payroll taxes including the personal income tax, and collects and provides comprehensive economic, occupational, and socio-demographic labor market information concerning California's workforce. Since department programs drive the need for infrastructure investment, each department has a related capital outlay program to support this need. For the specifics on the EDD's Capital Outlay Program see "Infrastructure Overview."