Effective date: ________, 2020
Entities that receive funding through the following programs are required to participate in the one-stop delivery system:1
NOTE: The entity is the grant recipient, administrative entity, or organization responsible for administering the funds of the specified program in the local area. This does not include the service providers that contract with, or are sub-recipients of, the local administrative entity. For programs that do not include a local administrative entity, the responsible state agency is the partner.4
With the approval of the local WDB and chief elected official (CEO), other entities may participate as optional partners in the one-stop delivery system, including:
Partners within the one-stop delivery system make services available on-site, via the use of technology, and/or via formalized referral processes. The methods partners use to provide services and coordinate with each other, including required resource sharing, are documented in the Job Center Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) (see Section 2.6 of this chapter).
All required partners must use a portion of their program funds to maintain the one-stop delivery system, including payment of the infrastructure costs of Job Centers, which must also be documented in the Job Center MOU.
The local Workforce Development Board (WDB) for each local workforce development area (WDA) is the primary convener of these partners and has responsibility to ensure that required partners are included in the one-stop delivery system.
NOTE: The local WDB is not a one-stop partner, unless it is a specific program provider as well.5
DWD Contact Information
201 E. Washington Ave
P.O. Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707