CareerSource Florida Policies


Strategic Policies to Support Workforce System Strategies

The CareerSource Florida Board of Directors requires the professional team to review all policies every two years and make recommendations for changes or elimination. The most recent policy review was completed and changes were adopted to the policies below effective May 17, 2017. Information about administrative policies and guidance affecting Florida’s workforce system can be obtained from the Department of Economic Opportunity’s website.

Policy #Policy TitlePurpose & ScopeEffective DateDEO GuidanceDocuments
2020.06.04.A.2Board Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe purpose of this policy is to delineate the roles and responsibilities of the state board within the state’s workforce system.06/04/2020
2020.02.20.A.1Board Governance and Leadership PolicyThe CareerSource Florida Board of Directors requires local workforce development boards to employ sound management practices and controls for the proper expenditure of funds and verification of program outcomes.02/20/2020
2019.02.13.A.1Apprenticeship PolicyThis policy defines CareerSource Florida’s vision for apprenticeship and presents opportunities for innovation of this time-tested and trusted method of skills development for Florida’s targeted industries.02/13/2019FAQs Registered Apprenticeships and IRAPs
2018.09.26.A.1CareerSource Florida Ethics and Transparency PolicyThis policy communicates expectations about ethics and transparency in Florida’s workforce system to maintain integrity, accountability and transparency in decisions and actions that earn and protect the public trust.09/26/2018
2018.02.14.A.2Sector Strategy PolicyThis policy lays out the State of Florida’s strategic vision for effective sector strategies. Local Workforce Development Boards are required to include their approach to establishing, implementing and sustaining effective sector strategies in their local workforce development plans.02/14/2018

2017.05.17.C.2CareerSource Florida Board of Directors Conflict of Interest Disclosure PolicyCareerSource Florida promotes an ethical and transparent structure within the public-private corporation. All board members shall sign an acknowledgment of this policy to be filed with the CSF professional team upon appointment to the CSF Board of Directors.05/17/2017
2013.11.07.A.1Local Area Targeted Occupations List Process PolicyA Targeted Occupations List (TOL) process promotes alignment, economic growth and efficiency among local boards within the CareerSource Florida network. This process creates flexibility in occupational targeting and incorporates immediate business and industry feedback to complement labor market information.11/07/2013DEO FG OSPS-82
2013.08.29.A.1Performance Incentives PolicyAnnually establishes performance incentives aligned with the CareerSource Florida, Inc. Board of Directors’ strategic goals and objectives and recognizes the efforts local boards within the CareerSource Florida network make towards targeted strategies and rewarding increased outcomes.08/29/2013
2013.05.22.A.3Florida Workforce System Statewide BrandThis policy establishes a statewide brand identity, unified brand charter, nomenclature and logo for Florida’s statewide workforce system; CareerSource Florida, Inc. (CSF), the state workforce board; and the 24 local boards.05/22/2013DEO FG OSPS 80
2012.05.24.A.2State and Local Workforce Development Board Contracting Conflict of Interest PolicyIncreases transparency for board actions where a conflict of interest may exist between a board, its board members and/or board employees. This policy establishes criteria and procedures used to address potential conflicts of interest and ensure compliance with Public Law 113-128, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (2014), section 445.007(1) and (11), Florida Statutes, and section 112.3143, Florida Statutes.05/24/2012

2005.08.25.A.2TANF Deobligation Policy ModificationLocal workforce development boards (local boards) within the CareerSource Florida network that fail to timely and appropriately deobligate surplus Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds, resulting in TANF funds reverting back to the state, shall face a reduction in their TANF allocation for the next state fiscal year. This reduction is in the exact amount of reverted funds.08/25/2005
2003.03.19.A.3Rapid Response Process ModificationsThis policy increases the amount of Rapid Response funds available to local workforce development boards (local boards) within the CareerSource Florida network when there is an immediate need for Rapid Response funds. The cap for granting additional dislocated worker funding to a local board from the State Rapid Response Reserve – prior to CareerSource Florida, Inc. (CSF) approval – is increased from $50,000 to $200,000.03/19/2003AWI FG 02-030
2002.01.09.A.3Deobligation and Reallocation of WIOA FundsThis policy requires an annual review of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding obligations for the 24 local workforce development boards (local boards) within the CareerSource Florida network. The annual review will determine if the local boards’ obligations of WIOA funds are sufficient to meet requirements for the federal WIOA grant to be most effective statewide.01/09/2002PDI WDCP 00-008
2000.08.15.I.8DChartering of Local Workforce Development BoardsPursuant to Public Law 113-128, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the Workforce Innovation Act (WIA) of 2000 (section 445.007, Florida Statutes) CareerSource Florida, Inc. (CSF) is responsible for granting charters to the 24 local boards within the CareerSource Florida network every two years.08/15/2000
2000.06.21.A.1Incumbent Worker Training ProgramThe Incumbent Worker Training Program policy ensures the training grant program is administered directly by Career Source Florida, Inc. (CSF). By aligning IWT and QRT programs under the administration of CSF, coordination of these programs is accomplished and CSF professional staff is able to respond efficiently to the talent needs of Florida businesses. Improved administrative and fiscal efficiency are realized having both programs administered by CSF.07/01/2000