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Indiana PYs 2020-2023 Published Approved

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  • III. Operational Planning Elements

    The Unified or Combined State Plan must include an Operational Planning Elements section that supports the State’s strategy and the system-wide vision described in Section II(c) above.  Unless otherwise noted, all Operational Planning Elements apply to Combined State Plan partner programs included in the plan as well as to core programs.  This section must include—

    • a. State Strategy Implementation

      The Unified or Combined State Plan must include–

      • 2. Implementation of State Strategy

        Describe how the lead State agency with responsibility for the administration of each core program or a Combined Plan partner program included in this plan will implement the State’s Strategies identified in Section II(c). above. This must include a description of—

III. a. 2. A. Core Program Activities to Implement the State’s Strategy

Describe the activities the entities carrying out the respective core programs will fund to implement the State’s strategies.  Also, describe how such activities will be aligned across the core programs and Combined State Plan partner programs included in this plan and among the entities administering the programs, including using co-enrollment and other strategies, as appropriate.

Current Narrative:

Describe how the lead State agency with responsibility for the administration of each core program or a Combined State Plan partner program included in this plan will implement the State’s Strategies identified in II(c) above. This must include a description of—

 

Indiana’s talent development programs – both state and federal – are housed in a variety of agencies. Please see below for the agencies administering Core and Partner Programs:

AgencyProgram
Department of Workforce DevelopmentWIOA Adults

WIOA Dislocated Worker

WIOA Youth

Jobs America’s Graduates

Adult Education

Wagner-Peyser

Unemployment Insurance

Jobs for Veterans State Grant

Trade Adjustment Act

Senior Community Services Employment Program

Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship

Next Level Jobs – Employer Training Grants, Eligible Training Provider List, and non-credit bearing Workforce Ready Grants
Family and Social Services AgencySNAP E&T

TANF

Vocational Rehabilitation

Child Care and Development Fund

Head Start and Early Head Start

On My Way PreK

Medicaid
Governor’s Workforce CabinetPerkins

State CTE Tuition Support

 
Commission for Higher EducationNext Level Jobs – credit-bearing Workforce Ready Grants

21st Century Scholars

Frank O’Bannon Scholars

Adult Student Grant

EARN Indiana

Pell Grant
Department of Child ServicesEducation and Training Vouchers

Older Youth Initiatives
Department of CorrectionsHoosier Initiative for Re-Entry (HIRE)

The Last Mile

Bard Prison Initiative (Marion University partnership)

Westville College Program - Second Chance Pell Pilot Site (Holy Cross sponsored by Notre Dame)

Through consistent engagement with the various administering agencies, the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet (GWC) will coordinate activities of the listed programs to assist with

 

(A) Core Program Activities to Implement the State’s Strategy. Describe the activities the entities carrying out the respective core programs will fund to implement the State’s strategies. Also, describe how such activities will be aligned across the core programs and Combined State Plan partner programs included in this plan and among the entities administering the programs, including using co-enrollment and other strategies, as appropriate.

 

Responses are captured in the answers to (III)(a)(2)(C).