2021-24 Local Plan

The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires Workforce Boards to develop strategic plans and set priorities for the regional workforce development system.

What is a Local Plan

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires each local workforce development board to develop and submit, in partnership with the chief elected official (CEO), a comprehensive four-year plan to the Governor. The Mayor is the CEO of Oakland. The Local Plan is the action plan for describing how individuals access services through the America’s Job Centers of California (AJCC) system.

The Local Plan articulates how the Oakland Workforce Development Board will coordinate with local partners to ensure person-centered service delivery.

View the 2017-2020 Local Plan and the latest 2-year modification.

How you can get involved?

Attend an online Community Input Meeting

Submit a comment

  • Email your comment(s) to ldial@oaklandca.gov
  • Mail written comments to
    Lazandra Dial, Workforce Development Director
    City of Oakland
    250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite 3315
    Oakland CA 94612

Complete a survey

Timeline

Date Task

February 2020

Host Community Input Meetings

Late March

Publish Draft Plan

Late March to Late April

Public Comment on Draft Plan

April

Host Community Comment Meetings

April 30

Submit Final Draft Plan to State

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