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41-1542. Governor's council on workforce policy; duties

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The governor by executive order may establish a governor's council on workforce policy. If the governor establishes a governor's council on workforce policy, the council shall include at least the following members:

1. The director of the department of commerce or the director's designee.

2. The director of the department of economic security or the director's designee.

3. The superintendent of public instruction or the superintendent's designee.

4. One representative from a rural community college district who is appointed by the governor.

5. One representative from an urban community college district who is appointed by the governor.

6. One representative from organized labor who is appointed by the governor.

7. Representatives from large businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least thirty per cent of the total membership of the council.

8. Representatives from small businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least twenty-five per cent of the total membership of the council.

B. The governor's council on workforce policy that is established by executive order shall develop program guidelines for selection criteria and program operations. These guidelines shall include the following areas:

1. Project application procedures.

2. Categories of allowable and excluded project costs.

3. Limitations relating to partial or total project costs and interim and end of project reporting requirements.

4. Procedures to assure that both urban and rural economic interests are addressed.

5. Criteria to evaluate effective use of training monies.

6. Criteria to determine the annual qualifying wage rate per county so that the qualifying wage rate reflects current economic conditions and the needs of local businesses in the county.

C. The governor's council on workforce policy shall meet at least four times each year and shall submit a written annual report to the governor, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives and the joint legislative budget committee by December 1 of each year. This report shall include:

1. The qualifying wage rate per county.

2. The number of businesses recruited.

3. The number of approved applicants.

4. The number of persons hired.

5. The number of incumbent workers trained.

6. The racial and ethnic background of persons trained.

7. The number of persons trained by job skill category.

8. The average salaries paid.

9. The breakdown of full-time and part-time jobs.

10. The information on the efforts to leverage other training resources.

11. A summary of the information considered pursuant to section 41-1543.

12. The number of grant applications denied due to either of the following:

(a) Insufficient available grant money.

(b) The inability to meet the qualifying wage requirements pursuant to subsection B, paragraph 6 of this section.

13. A summary of annual spending by state government on workforce development, including details on each state program that participates in workforce development in any state agency or community college. The report shall include:

(a) Actual expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the prior fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(b) Estimated expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the current fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(c) Federally mandated performance measure results by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(d) Agency or statewide performance measure results as described in subsection E of this section by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(e) A strategic plan that identifies:

(i) Each workforce development program in this state.

(ii) How the state programs met all performance measures in the previous fiscal year.

D. Each state agency and community college shall submit to the governor's council on workforce policy the information necessary to compile the report described in subsection C, paragraph 13 of this section by November 1 of each year.

E. The governor's council on workforce policy shall coordinate with state agencies and state community colleges to produce outcome-based performance measures for all state workforce development programs.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1542

41-1542. Governor's council on workforce policy; duties

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The governor by executive order may establish a governor's council on workforce policy. If the governor establishes a governor's council on workforce policy, the council shall include at least the following members:

1. The director of the department of commerce or the director's designee.

2. The director of the department of economic security or the director's designee.

3. The superintendent of public instruction or the superintendent's designee.

4. One representative from a rural community college district who is appointed by the governor.

5. One representative from an urban community college district who is appointed by the governor.

6. One representative from organized labor who is appointed by the governor.

7. Representatives from large businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least thirty per cent of the total membership of the council.

8. Representatives from small businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least twenty-five per cent of the total membership of the council.

B. The governor's council on workforce policy that is established by executive order shall develop program guidelines for selection criteria and program operations. These guidelines shall include the following areas:

1. Project application procedures.

2. Categories of allowable and excluded project costs.

3. Limitations relating to partial or total project costs and interim and end of project reporting requirements.

4. Procedures to assure that both urban and rural economic interests are addressed.

5. Criteria to evaluate effective use of training monies.

6. Criteria to determine the annual qualifying wage rate per county so that the qualifying wage rate reflects current economic conditions and the needs of local businesses in the county.

C. The governor's council on workforce policy shall meet at least four times each year and shall submit a written annual report to the governor, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives and the joint legislative budget committee by December 1 of each year. This report shall include:

1. The qualifying wage rate per county.

2. The number of businesses recruited.

3. The number of approved applicants.

4. The number of persons hired.

5. The number of incumbent workers trained.

6. The racial and ethnic background of persons trained.

7. The number of persons trained by job skill category.

8. The average salaries paid.

9. The breakdown of full-time and part-time jobs.

10. The information on the efforts to leverage other training resources.

11. A summary of the information considered pursuant to section 41-1543.

12. The number of grant applications denied due to either of the following:

(a) Insufficient available grant money.

(b) The inability to meet the qualifying wage requirements pursuant to subsection B, paragraph 6 of this section.

13. A summary of annual spending by state government on workforce development, including details on each state program that participates in workforce development in any state agency or community college. The report shall include:

(a) Actual expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the prior fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(b) Estimated expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the current fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(c) Federally mandated performance measure results by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(d) Agency or statewide performance measure results as described in subsection E of this section by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(e) A strategic plan that identifies:

(i) Each workforce development program in this state.

(ii) How the state programs met all performance measures in the previous fiscal year.

D. Each state agency and community college shall submit to the governor's council on workforce policy the information necessary to compile the report described in subsection C, paragraph 13 of this section by November 1 of each year.

E. The governor's council on workforce policy shall coordinate with state agencies and state community colleges to produce outcome-based performance measures for all state workforce development programs.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1542

41-1542. Governor's council on workforce policy; duties

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The governor by executive order may establish a governor's council on workforce policy. If the governor establishes a governor's council on workforce policy, the council shall include at least the following members:

1. The director of the department of commerce or the director's designee.

2. The director of the department of economic security or the director's designee.

3. The superintendent of public instruction or the superintendent's designee.

4. One representative from a rural community college district who is appointed by the governor.

5. One representative from an urban community college district who is appointed by the governor.

6. One representative from organized labor who is appointed by the governor.

7. Representatives from large businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least thirty per cent of the total membership of the council.

8. Representatives from small businesses who are appointed by the governor and who shall compose at least twenty-five per cent of the total membership of the council.

B. The governor's council on workforce policy that is established by executive order shall develop program guidelines for selection criteria and program operations. These guidelines shall include the following areas:

1. Project application procedures.

2. Categories of allowable and excluded project costs.

3. Limitations relating to partial or total project costs and interim and end of project reporting requirements.

4. Procedures to assure that both urban and rural economic interests are addressed.

5. Criteria to evaluate effective use of training monies.

6. Criteria to determine the annual qualifying wage rate per county so that the qualifying wage rate reflects current economic conditions and the needs of local businesses in the county.

C. The governor's council on workforce policy shall meet at least four times each year and shall submit a written annual report to the governor, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives and the joint legislative budget committee by December 1 of each year. This report shall include:

1. The qualifying wage rate per county.

2. The number of businesses recruited.

3. The number of approved applicants.

4. The number of persons hired.

5. The number of incumbent workers trained.

6. The racial and ethnic background of persons trained.

7. The number of persons trained by job skill category.

8. The average salaries paid.

9. The breakdown of full-time and part-time jobs.

10. The information on the efforts to leverage other training resources.

11. A summary of the information considered pursuant to section 41-1543.

12. The number of grant applications denied due to either of the following:

(a) Insufficient available grant money.

(b) The inability to meet the qualifying wage requirements pursuant to subsection B, paragraph 6 of this section.

13. A summary of annual spending by state government on workforce development, including details on each state program that participates in workforce development in any state agency or community college. The report shall include:

(a) Actual expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the prior fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(b) Estimated expenditures from state, federal or other sources for the current fiscal year, by fund, program and agency and in total.

(c) Federally mandated performance measure results by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(d) Agency or statewide performance measure results as described in subsection E of this section by program, including measures for the previous two fiscal years and for the current fiscal year.

(e) A strategic plan that identifies:

(i) Each workforce development program in this state.

(ii) How the state programs met all performance measures in the previous fiscal year.

D. Each state agency and community college shall submit to the governor's council on workforce policy the information necessary to compile the report described in subsection C, paragraph 13 of this section by November 1 of each year.

E. The governor's council on workforce policy shall coordinate with state agencies and state community colleges to produce outcome-based performance measures for all state workforce development programs.

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