CareerSource Florida Board Meeting September 21, 2015.

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CareerSource Florida Board MeetingSeptember 21, 2015Welcome & RemarksBritt SikesChairmanThank You to Our SponsorsPlatinumDEX ImagingGulf Power CompanyGoldColdwell Banker Commercial AI GroupSilverIndependent Colleges & Universities of FloridaWexford StrategiesLets Keep Working AwardsCareerSource Florida Crown June and August

CareerSource Pinellas July

Consent AgendaConsent Item 1: Approval of May 2015 Board Meeting Minutes

Consent Item 2: Bylaws Amendment

Action Item 1Approval of a Contract Under CareerSource Florida Contracting Policy

Needed ActionApprove the listed contract by a 2/3 vote when a quorum has been established.Presidents ReportChris Hart IVPresident and CEOCorporate UpdateStrong Financial and Human Capital Position

Clean Audits

High-Value Services Provided to Businesses15,884Job Seekers Placed with CareerSource Florida Network Assistance74,592

Private-Sector Jobs Created Since Dec. 2010940,600Open Job Positions(August)274,225Unemployment Rate (Florida)Unemployment Rate (National)5.1% August

FloridaFlex Training Grants Awarded$5,865,125ProjectedTrainees3,890Incumbent Worker Training Grants Awarded$248,940ProjectedTrainees400

Businesses Served Statewide23,942An increase of 1,793 over last yearAn increase of 13 overlast year

5.3% AugustExpanding Business EngagementJuly 1, 2015 August 30, 2015Performance Funding ModelA Florida Performance Model

Cooperatively designed

Voluntary participation

24 of 24 Local Workforce Development Boards Elected to Participate

$5,650,000Common MeasuresA Federal Performance Requirement

Statewide Allocation of WIA and WP funds2013-2014$201,187,8772014-2015 $188,912,718

Statewide Allocation of WIOA and WP funds2015-2016 $185,710,091WIA Common Measures2014 - 2015 FLORIDA WORKFORCE COMMON MEASURES - STATEWIDE PERFORMANCEPY 2014-2015: July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015 OutcomesCommon MeasuresPerformance 2013 -2014 Performance 2014-2015PY 2014-2015 Performance Goals% of Performance Goal MetPY 2015-2016 Performance GoalsAdults:Entered Employment Rate 79.87%81.10%82.00%98.90%82.00%Employment Retention Rate90.74%93.10%92.00%101.20%92.00%Average 6-Months Earnings $17,479.48$18,875.90$20,000.00 94.38%$20,000.00Dislocated Workers: Entered Employment Rate83.99%85.50%90.00%95.00%90.00%Employment Retention Rate91.01%91.00%91.20%99.78%91.20%Average 6-Months Earnings $15,785.34$16,605.12$17,621.00 94.23%$17,621.00Youth Common Measures:Placement in Employment or Education61.20%71.80%60.00%119.67%60.00%Attainment of a Degree or Certificate 81.80%74.10%75.50%98.15%75.50%Literacy and Numeracy Gains56.18%54.70%53.10%103.01%53.10%Wagner-Peyser:Entered Employment Rate 60.00%64.00%61.00%104.92%61.00%Employment Retention Rate82.00%83.00%85.00%97.65%85.00%Average 6-Months Earnings $12,606.00$13,143.00$13,598.0096.65%$13,598.00Not Met (less than 80% of negotiated)Met (80-100% of negotiated)Exceeded (greater than 100% of negotiated)

WIA and WIOA Performance Overview

Presented by James Finch and Tony Carter September 21, 2015 13Section 445.007(3), F.S. The Department of Economic Opportunity, under the direction of CareerSource Florida, Inc., shall assign staff to meet with each regional workforce board annually to review the boards performance and to certify that the board is in compliance with applicable state and federal law.Annual Board Reviews14Why We Are HereWorkforce Structure and Service Delivery ModelFinancial and Participant Data OverviewProgram Year 2014 2015 Program PerformancePerformance IncentivesProgrammatic Monitoring and OversightWhats New?Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) UpdateTopics Reviewed15LWDAPresentation DateStatus17Thursday, August 20, 2015Complete11Friday, August 21, 2015Complete18Thursday, September 10, 2015Complete3Thursday, September 10, 2015Complete7Tuesday, September 15, 2015Complete12Thursday, September 17, 2015Complete16Thursday, September 17, 2015Complete22Thursday, September 24, 2015Scheduled10Wednesday, September 30, 2015Scheduled19Wednesday, October 21, 2015Scheduled8Thursday, October 22, 2015Scheduled20Wednesday, October 28, 2015Scheduled4Tuesday, November 10, 2015Scheduled13Tuesday, November 17, 2015Scheduled24Wednesday, November 18, 2015Scheduled6Thursday, November 19, 2015Scheduled9Monday, November 30, 2015Scheduled2Wednesday, December 2, 2015Scheduled21Thursday, December 3, 2015Scheduled14Wednesday, December 9, 2015Scheduled15Thursday, December 10, 2015Scheduled5Tuesday, December 15, 2015Scheduled1Thursday, December 17, 2015Scheduled23Thursday, December 17, 2015ScheduledPerformance Presentation Schedule16United States Department of Labor (USDOL) mandated report, used as an assessment tool for state workforce systems.Common Measures consists of 3 Adult Measures, 3 Dislocated Worker Measures, 3 Youth Measures and 3 Wagner-Peyser Measures.PY 2015 2016 negotiations were conducted with all Local Workforce Development Areas (LWDAs), utilizing the USDOLs Regression Model as the starting point for negotiations.WIA Common Measures17Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 30-14 outlines the timeline and expectations for performance negotiations between USDOL, States and Local Workforce Development Areas (LWDAs).Due to the implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), states could extend their current goals or renegotiate new standards.Regression Model Targets would be used as the starting point for negotiations.Negotiation Process18LWDAs that fail to meet one or more negotiated performance goals for a program year will be subject to corrective action.Corrective Action1st Year(Any Measure)Technical assistance must be provided.LWDA will have opportunity to develop measures to improve performance.

2nd Consecutive Year (Same Measure)Performance Improvement Plan (PIP).PIP elements will vary depending upon the extent and nature of the failure(s).19WIA Common Measures2014 - 2015 FLORIDA WORKFORCE COMMON MEASURES - STATEWIDE PERFORMANCEPY 2014-2015: July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015 OutcomesCommon MeasuresPerformance 2013 -2014 Performance 2014-2015PY 2014-2015 Performance Goals% of Performance Goal MetPY 2015-2016 Performance GoalsAdults:Entered Employment Rate 79.87%81.10%82.00%98.90%82.00%Employment Retention Rate90.74%93.10%92.00%101.20%92.00%Average 6-Months Earnings $17,479.48$18,875.90$20,000.00 94.38%$20,000.00Dislocated Workers: Entered Employment Rate83.99%85.50%90.00%95.00%90.00%Employment Retention Rate91.01%91.00%91.20%99.78%91.20%Average 6-Months Earnings $15,785.34$16,605.12$17,621.00 94.23%$17,621.00Youth Common Measures:Placement in Employment or Education61.20%71.80%60.00%119.67%60.00%Attainment of a Degree or Certificate 81.80%74.10%75.50%98.15%75.50%Literacy and Numeracy Gains56.18%54.70%53.10%103.01%53.10%Wagner-Peyser:Entered Employment Rate 60.00%64.00%61.00%104.92%61.00%Employment Retention Rate82.00%83.00%85.00%97.65%85.00%Average 6-Months Earnings $12,606.00$13,143.00$13,598.0096.65%$13,598.00Not Met (less than 80% of negotiated)Met (80-100% of negotiated)Exceeded (greater than 100% of negotiated)20The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 was reauthorized in July 2014.On July 22, 2014, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) was signed into law.Effective July 1, 2015, WIOA supersedes WIA and amends the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, the Wagner-Peyser Act, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.WIOA21Effective July 1, 2016Proposes New Measures for Credentialing, Measureable Skills Gains, and an Employer Measure (TBD)Eliminates Youth Literacy and Numeracy GainsRevises Remaining Adult, Dislocated Workers and Youth Measures Extends Follow-up by 1 QuarterWIOA Performance Measures22For more information, please contact:James FinchFlorida Department of Economic OpportunityOne-Stop and Program Support(850) 245-7485James.finch@deo.myflorida.comAdditional Information232015-2016: Corporate FocusExponential Analytics

Enhanced Customer Experience

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act ImplementationWorkforce Innovation and Opportunity ActReplaced the federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998.Passed by Congress with wide bipartisan majority. Signed into law on July 22, 2014. Effective date: July 1, 2015.*Designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.Promotes program coordination and alignment of key employment, education and training programs at the federal, state, local and regional levels.* In general, WIOA took effect on July 1, 2015; however, one-stop career center infrastructure cost requirements, unified or combined state plans and new performance system requirements take effect on July 1, 2016.WIOA Task Force Chairman: Chris Hart IVCareerSource FloridaEnterprise FloridaDept. of Economic OpportunityFlorida Workforce Development AssociationDept. of Education DOE Division of Career and Adult EducationDOE Division of Vocational RehabilitationDOE Division of Blind ServicesFlorida College System

Independent Colleges & Universities of Florida State University System of FloridaFlorida Association of Postsecondary Schools and CollegesAgency for Persons with DisabilitiesDept. of Elder AffairsDept. of Children and FamiliesDept. of Juvenile JusticeDept. of CorrectionsFlorida Small Business Development Center Network

WIOA Stakeholder InputCareerSource Florida Board of DirectorsStrategic Policy CouncilBoard Meetings in September and November, Council Webinars in August and October Florida WIOA Task ForceSix Meetings April-August (four in-person meetings, broadcast via The Florida Channel; two webinars)Invited speakers included representatives from business and industry, education and employment advocacy for Floridians with disabilities

Core Partners GroupMonthly MeetingsWIOA Staff Work GroupsPlanning Process AlignmentPerformance ManagementWeekly MeetingsFlorida WIOA Resource Page and Public Comment Submissioncareersourceflorida.com/wioaWIOA Task Force ChargeDevelop WIOA implementation recommendations by providing counsel and support to the CareerSource Florida team, as it prepares a WIOA Implementation Plan for consideration by the CareerSource Florida Board of Directors.WIOA TimelineWIOA Core PartnersFederal ProgramsFlorida Core PartnersWIOA Title I (Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth formula programs) CareerSource Florida NetworkWagner-Peyser Act employment servicesCareerSource Florida NetworkAdult Education and Literacy ActFlorida Department of EducationRehabilitation Act Title I (includes Vocational Rehabilitation and Blind Services)Florida Department of Education30Strategic Policy Council ReportJennifer GroveChairWIOA Task Force OverviewMichelle DennardVice President of PolicyMason BishopWorkED Consulting

How Should Floridas WIOA Planning Regions Be Organized? Recognition of 24 local workforce development areas and either seven or 24 WIOA regional planning areas

Ten regional coalitions not subject to WIOA planning requirementsWhat Should Be Included in a Comprehensive One-Stop Career Center?Inclusiveness is key

Local flexibility

Credentialing tool with partner input

How Should WIOA-Required One-Stop Career Center Partners Share Infrastructure Costs?Vocational Rehabilitation and Blind Services contributions negotiated at the state levelAdult education contributions negotiated at the local levelLocal flexibility with a provision for a state formula if no local agreement can be reached, as WIOA requiresDo not require contributions from Perkins Act funding at this timeWhich Programs and Entities Should Be Included in Floridas Workforce Development System?(combined or unified planning)Unified plan with voluntary participation as a combined plan

Other potential partners may be incorporated in outlying years based on additional evaluation and planning (i.e. Perkins Act)

Since WIOA Requires Common Measurement and Planning for the Core Programs, What Governance or Organizational Structure Would Lead to the Best Outcomes?Emphasize WIOA requirement for state and local board membership for core programs; add requirement for the Department of Corrections and Agency for Persons with Disabilities

Mandate local board membership for required one-stop partners

How Can Floridas Workforce Development System Better Share Information, Systems and/or Customers?Focus on integration of existing systems, sharing necessary information

Integrate the Employ Florida Marketplace into career services and resources available through state college and state university career centersWhat Can Floridas Workforce Development System Do to Best Serve Individuals with Obstacles to Employment?Utilize principles of universal design in serving customers (i.e. career centers)

Maintain the integrity of systems and unique customer bases

What Resources or Relationships Do You Need to Implement WIOA?Memorandums of Understanding among partners in career centers

Flexibility in examining co-location

Sound data-sharing agreements that allow for transparent reporting

Other RecommendationsUtilize WIOA resources to promote registered apprenticeships

In career center credentialing, require after-hours access

Provide cross-training opportunities for core program staff working with career centers

Adopt consistent nomenclature for State Workforce Development Board, Local Workforce Development Boards, Local Workforce Development Areas and Regional Planning Areas aligned with WIOAWhat in the draft WIOA report do you endorse?

What recommendations do you have for modifications?

How are you implementing WIOA?Partners PerspectivesKey Meeting Dates of InterestOctober 14 CareerSource Florida Strategic Policy Council WebinarNovember 4 CareerSource Florida Board of DirectorsBoard Review of Draft Recommendations and ApprovalWIOA Resource Page and Comments Submissioncareersouceflorida.com/wioaPublic CommentClosing RemarksBritt SikesChairmanUpcoming MeetingsOctober 14 Strategic Policy Council Teleconference/Webinar

November 4 Board TeleconferenceThank You!

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