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<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Hawai’i County Workforce Development Board <br /> <br /> <br /> County of Hawai`i Tuesday, June 6, 2017 <br /> Office of Aging Training Room 10:00AM to 1:00PM <br /> 1055 Kino’ole Street, Suite 101 <br /> Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 **=Action Item <br /> <br />AGENDA <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Call to Order <br /> <br />Introductions <br /> <br />Public Comments <br /> <br />Approval of February 14, 2017 minutes** <br /> <br />Old Business <br />1. Update and approval of Annual Budget Plan. ** <br />2. Update on the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Local Area Plan. <br />3. One-Stop Operator/Adult/Dislocated Worker Request for Proposal selection update. <br /> <br />New Business <br />1. Provide authority to Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) the ability to proceed on <br />administrative policies and procedures and report back to the Board. ** <br />2. Determine whether to issue a Request for Proposal or extend current In-School and Out-of-School service <br />provider agreements for the Program Year 2017. ** <br />3. Review and approve the draft of the One-Stop Memorandum of Understanding (the budget for the <br />infrastructure and delivery system costs allocations will be determined at a future date). ** <br />4. Identifying businesses needs through the Hawai'i Island Agriculture Partnership meetings. <br /> <br />Presentation- Waipahu Community School for Adults will present information on the iCAN Program. This program <br /> is designed for students who are interested in attending college, gaining workplace skills, improving their <br /> reading and math skills, or are looking for a job/career. Students will have the opportunity to develop a clear <br /> transition plan to meet their goals, earn the Work Readiness Credential, gain interviewing skills, and <br /> prepare for college or entrance into a career training program. <br /> <br />Chair’s Report – Workforce Development Council update. <br /> <br />Industry Reports- Board members may speak regarding the status of their business sectors. <br /> <br />Core Partner’s Reports and Program updates <br />1. WIOA Title I: Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth (Office of Housing and Community Development) <br />2. WIOA Title II: Adult Education and Literacy (Waipahu Community School for Adults) <br />3. WIOA Title III: Wagner-Peyser (Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations - Workforce Development Division) <br />4. WIOA Title IV: Vocational Rehabilitation - Title I of Rehabilitation Act (Division of Vocational Rehabilitation) <br /> <br />Other Reports <br />1. Financial Report - overview of program funding dashboard <br />2. Program Oversight Committee - One-stop Operator/Adult/Dislocated Worker Request for Proposal update <br /> <br />Announcements <br />1. The next HCWDB meeting is scheduled for August 15, 2017 at 10:00am. <br /> <br />Adjournment <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />The meeting places are accessible for persons with disabilities. Persons who need special accommodations for this meeting should call 961-8379 as soon as possible, but no later than <br /> five <br />days before the scheduled meeting. If you are a lobbyist, you must register with the Hawai’i County Clerk within five days of becoming a lobbyist. {Article 15, Section 2-91.3(b), Hawai’i <br /> <br />County Code} A lobbyist means “any individual engaged for pay or other consideration who spends more than five hours in any month or $275 in any six-month period for the purpose of <br /> <br />attempting to influence legislative or administrative action by communicating or urging others to communicate with public officials.: {Article 15, Section 2-94.3(a)(6), Hawai’i County <br /> <br />Code} Registration forms and expenditure report documents are available at the Office of the County Clerk-Council, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720. <br /> <br /> <br />