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Partners for Performance (PFP), management staff to the Northwest Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board (NWPA WIB) announced that, the Chief Local Elected Officials (CLEOs) from Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Venango and Warren counties have hired and seated a new Workforce Investment Board, as of July 23.
For example, the chief local elected official of a single-city workforce area with a strong executive may choose to guide and direct the program without input from other elected officials.
Chief local elected officials should be aware of the new requirements and begin planning now for next summer.
The bill provides for chief local elected officials, representatives of state government including state legislators, educators and human services and resource programs, and private sector representatives to sit on state workforce investment boards.
Local administration of formula-allocated funds: Private industry councils (PICs) established under the Job Training Partnership Act, in coordination with chief local elected officials, will administer the program at the local level.
Currently, the PICs are run by the chief local elected official of the area who can appoint its membership with certain qualifications.
The chief local elected official of each locality listed was mailed an application kit directly from BJA on Wednesday, June 12, 1996.
Once the chief local elected official makes a final determination regarding how the grant will be used, that plan must be sent to the state for review and comment only.