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The Madison-Bond Workforce Innovation Board consist of the following subcommittees:
Executive
One-Stop Operation
Youth
Business Engagement

The Executive Committee's responsibilities include but are not limited to:

a.            Serve as liaison to elected officials;
b.            Coordinate agendas of other committees;
c.            Review recommendations from committees to ensure they are in accordance with federal,
               state, and local criteria in order to make recommendations to the Board;
d.            Review and revise bylaws periodically;
e.            Oversee the development of the four-year local plan, review to assure alignment of Core
               Partner Programs, and recommend modifications as needed;
f.             Determine local labor market needs;
g.            Propose new initiatives to meet local needs;
h.            Recommend an annual Board budget;
i.             Explore new funding streams and options, include fee-for-service options; and
j.             Responsible for reviewing one-stop operator proposals, MOU negotiations,
               economic/workforce development activities and recommending the results to the full board.
k.            Oversee activities of additional standing committees.

The One-Stop Operation Committee’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
a.      Review annually the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and revise when necessary.
b.      Review annually the One-Stop cost allocations.
c.      Ensure that all required partners are providing services as required by the Workforce
         Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
d.      Provide cross-training between One-Stop staff when necessary and promote the partner services 
         to outside entities.

The Youth Committee’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
a.      Develop the eligible youth portion of the local plan, as determined by the Board Chairperson. 
b.      Recommend eligible youth activity providers to the Board upon completion of competitive
         process.
c.      Conduct oversight with respect to the eligible youth activity providers in the local area. 
d.      Coordinate youth activities in the local area as authorized under WIOA. 

The Business Engagement Committee’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 
a.      Oversee and review business service activities as conducted by the Core Partners. 
b.      Lead the Business Retention and Expansion efforts, in partnership with Ameren. 
c.       Nurture a climate to promote entrepreneurial activities and strengthen existing businesses.










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