Resources

2020-2023 WIOA Combined State Plan (DRAFT) as submitted to USDOL and ED for approval.

Wisconsin's Program Year 2020-2023 (PY20-23) Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Combined State Plan, developed in consultation with the state's workforce partners, outlines the four-year strategic plan for the state's public workforce development system was submitted to the Departments of Labor (DOL) and Education (ED) for approval on March 3, 2020. We expect a reply from DOL and ED no later than June 3, 2020. The submitted plan and the expected levels of performance will be updated with changes required by DOL and ED.

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON WORKFORCE INVESTMENT

2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Through Executive Order 100, the Council on Workforce Investment (CWI) was tasked with aligning Wisconsin's workforce and talent development initiatives and investments with its economic development strategies. The Council engaged their members, partners, and peers in comprehensive discussions and working sessions to elicit feedback across economic and workforce development sectors: their recommendations were compiled to form the 2018-2022 State Strategic Plan, which can be accessed here. The goal of this publication is to ensure that careers with high market value and in-demand skill sets are filled with the most qualified individuals to provide Wisconsin with a competitive advantage for attracting and retaining businesses and talent.

2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Working Groups Fact Sheet

BY-LAWS

The By-Laws for the Governor's Council on Workforce Investment (CWI), revised 2017.

EXECUTIVE ORDER

The Governor creates the Council and directs its activities by Executive Order.

WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT (WIOA)

The following WIOA fact sheets provide further information on the federally-mandated CWI board functions and membership requirements.

FEDERAL

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION