Each local board shall develop and submit to the Governor a comprehensive 5-year local plan (referred to in this chapter as the “local plan”), in partnership with the appropriate chief elected official. The plan shall be consistent with the State plan.
The local plan shall include—
(1)an identification of—
(A)the workforce investment needs of businesses, jobseekers, and workers in the local area;
(B)the current and projected employment opportunities in the local area; and
(C)the job skills necessary to obtain such employment opportunities;
(2)a description of the one-stop delivery system to be established or designated in the local area, including—
(A)a description of how the local board will ensure the continuous improvement of eligible providers of services through the system and ensure that such providers meet the employment needs of local employers and participants; and
(B)a copy of each memorandum of understanding described in section
2841(c) of this title (between the local board and each of the one-stop partners) concerning the operation of the one-stop delivery system in the local area;
(3)a description of the local levels of performance negotiated with the Governor and chief elected official pursuant to section
2871(c) of this title, to be used to measure the performance of the local area and to be used by the local board for measuring the performance of the local fiscal agent (where appropriate), eligible providers, and the one-stop delivery system, in the local area;
(4)a description and assessment of the type and availability of adult and dislocated worker employment and training activities in the local area;
(5)a description of how the local board will coordinate workforce investment activities carried out in the local area with statewide rapid response activities, as appropriate;
(6)a description and assessment of the type and availability of youth activities in the local area, including an identification of successful providers of such activities;
(7)a description of the process used by the local board, consistent with subsection (c) of this section, to provide an opportunity for public comment, including comment by representatives of businesses and comment by representatives of labor organizations, and input into the development of the local plan, prior to submission of the plan;
(8)an identification of the entity responsible for the disbursal of grant funds described in section
2832(d)(3)(B)(i)(III) of this title, as determined by the chief elected official or the Governor under section
2832(d)(3)(B)(i) of this title;
(9)a description of the competitive process to be used to award the grants and contracts in the local area for activities carried out under this subchapter; and
(10)such other information as the Governor may require.
Prior to the date on which the local board submits a local plan under this section, the local board shall—
(1)make available copies of a proposed local plan to the public through such means as public hearings and local news media;
(2)allow members of the local board and members of the public, including representatives of business and representatives of labor organizations, to submit comments on the proposed local plan to the local board, not later than the end of the 30-day period beginning on the date on which the proposed local plan is made available; and
(3)include with the local plan submitted to the Governor under this section any such comments that represent disagreement with the plan.
(d) Plan submission and approval
A local plan submitted to the Governor under this section shall be considered to be approved by the Governor at the end of the 90-day period beginning on the day the Governor receives the plan, unless the Governor makes a written determination during the 90-day period that—
(1)deficiencies in activities carried out under this subchapter have been identified, through audits conducted under section
2934 of this title or otherwise, and the local area has not made acceptable progress in implementing corrective measures to address the deficiencies; or
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