The Governor-appointed Illinois Workforce Innovation Board (IWIB) includes leaders from state, business, industry, labor, education, and community-based organizations with the goal of evaluating and meeting the workforce needs of Illinois' employers and workers.
IWIB is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation and modification of the Unified State Plan, convening all relevant programs, required partners and stakeholders, and providing oversight and strategic leadership for the state workforce development system.
Through a committee and task force structure, IWIB representatives from private/public partner programs offer policy recommendations to strengthen Illinois' workforce system. All policies developed or commented upon include input from partners and the general public.
The IWIB continues to lead Illinois in alignment of the workforce, education and economic development throughout the State. Over the past 15 months, the IWIB has developed a Strategic Planning Framework by which it will operate in the coming years to achieve better outcomes for businesses and individuals. The efforts that will be necessary to achieve the objectives and priority activities outlined within the framework will require a commitment by the IWIB members working alongside our counterparts at the local level who are members of and support the Local Workforce Innovation Boards and our partner agencies. The IWIB is proud to present its strategic planning framework as outlined in the “2018 – 2020 Strategic Plan” (PDF).
If you are interested in becoming an IWIB member, select the Nominate Yourself link and follow the instructions.
IWIB/WIOA Related Documents:
Download the FPY’18/SFY’19 Annual Workforce Development Report Narrative (PDF). This report is an expanded version of the report Illinois submitted to the United States Department of Labor in accordance with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), USDOL-ETA Technical Assistance and Guidance Letter 05-18 and WIOA Annual Statewide Performance Report (ATA9169) - OMB Control No. 1205-1526.