20 CFR 661.205 - What is the role of the State Board?

§ 661.205 What is the role of the State Board?

The State Board must assist the Governor in the:

(a) Development of the State Plan;

(b) Development and continuous improvement of a Statewide system of activities that are funded under subtitle B of title I of WIA, or carried out through the One-Stop delivery system, including -

(1) Development of linkages in order to assure coordination and nonduplication among the programs and activities carried out by One-Stop partners, including, as necessary, addressing any impasse situations in the development of the local Memorandum of Understanding; and

(2) Review of local plans;

(c) Commenting at least once annually on the measures taken under section 113(b)(14) of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act;

(d) Designation of local workforce investment areas,

(e) Development of allocation formulas for the distribution of funds for adult employment and training activities and youth activities to local areas, as permitted under WIA sections 128(b)(3)(B) and 133(b)(3)(B);

(f) Development and continuous improvement of comprehensive State performance measures, including State adjusted levels of performance, to assess the effectiveness of the workforce investment activities in the State, as required under WIA section 136(b);

(g) Preparation of the annual report to the Secretary described in WIA section 136(d);

(h) Development of the Statewide employment statistics system described in section 15(e) of the Wagner-Peyser Act; and

(i) Development of an application for an incentive grant under WIA section 503. (WIA sec. 111(d).)

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