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    • Aligning Programs and Resources to Improve Access to Economic Opportunities for All
      • Domenico “Mimmo” Parisi
      • National Strategic Planning & Analysis Research Center
      • Mississippi State University
      • May 2008
    • Background
      • People are poor because:
        • Cannot work
        • Unable to work or earn enough
        • Decide not to work
      • Many are trapped in poverty because they are stuck in place:
        • Geographical Exclusion
          • High Concentration of Poverty
          • Racial Divisions
            • Residential Segregation
            • Annexation
    • New Strategies to Overcome the Geography of Exclusion
      • Align Programs and Resources
        • TANF-WIA
      • Sector-Based Regional Approaches
        • WIRED
      • Look for Best Practices
        • Performance-Based Management
    • Mississippi Integrated Workforce Performance System: A Tool for Building a More Competitive Workforce for the Jobs of the Future
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System
      • The system consists of three parts:
      • Governor’s Office
      • State Workforce Investment Board
      • Workforce Partners
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Department of
      • Employment Security
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Department of
      • Corrections
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Department of
      • Human Services
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Department of
      • Rehabilitation Services
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Department of
      • Education
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System Partners
      • Mississippi Community and Junior Colleges
    • Mississippi Consolidated Workforce System
    • Regional Approach
      • Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development Initiatives
      • WIRED initiatives help develop innovative approaches to economic and workforce transformation by:
        • Encouraging public-private partnerships to address the challenges associated with building a globally competitive and prepared workforce
        • Identifying key regional assets and regional approaches to leveraging those assets in order to begin forming regional networks and unique regional identities
        • Establishing workforce systems at community colleges that arm workers with the skills and credentials needed to keep and attract high-growth industries and high-paying jobs
    • Integrated Performance Management Workforce System
      • Do people get jobs?
        • Percent who get a job after training
      • Do people retain jobs?
        • Percent who keep a job all year after training
      • Do people get better jobs and better pay?
        • Average earnings after training
      • Are we meeting the demands of businesses?
        • Availability of workforce and training supply
    • Integrated Performance Management Workforce System Data Sources Data Compilation Data Reporting
    • Outcomes: Employment at Exit (FY2006) State: 61.6
    • Outcomes: Employment Retention (FY2006) State: 80.4
    • Outcomes: Total Earnings (FY2006) State: $21,729
    • Outcomes: Employment By Industry (FY2006)
    • Conclusions
      • Aligning programs and resources, utilizing sector-based regional approaches, and identifying and deploying best practices really helps to move low-income families onto a path of self-sufficiency
      • Poverty and the challenge of the knowledge-based economy