The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) guides states in achieving and maintaining an integrated, outcome-oriented public workforce system that links diverse talent to businesses. This is accomplished through customer-driven workforce solutions and excellent customer service that support strong regional economies.
Local Workforce Development Area Subsequent Designation
Local workforce development areas that receive an initial designation shall be granted a subsequent designation if, for the two most recent program years, the local workforce development area performed successfully and sustained fiscal integrity, and in the case of a local workforce development area in a planning region, met the regional planning requirements as described in Public Law 113-128, Section 106(c)(1), the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
The process for a local area to submit a subsequent designation request is outlined in CareerSource Florida Administrative Policy 094. CareerSource Florida received applications for subsequent local workforce development area designation from the workforce boards below. These applications are made available for public review for a period not to exceed ten days. Comments may be sent to email@example.com.