Gov't Code Section 2308.304
(a)A board shall adopt a single plan that includes the components specified in this section.
(b)The plan must include a strategic component that:
(1)assesses the labor market needs of the local workforce development area;
(2)identifies existing workforce development programs;
(3)evaluates the effectiveness of existing programs and services; and
(4)sets broad goals and objectives for all workforce development programs in the local area consistent with statewide goals, objectives, and performance standards.
(c)The plan must include an operational component that specifies how all of the resources available to the local workforce development area from the Texas Workforce Commission will be used to achieve the goals and objectives of the plan for the area. At a minimum, this component must establish:
(1)the goals, objectives, and performance measures to be used in overseeing and evaluating the operation of all workforce training and services;
(2)the segments of the population targeted for various services;
(3)the mix of services to be provided and how those services are to be provided; and
(4)the structure of the local service delivery system.
(d)Program resources included in the operational component are:
(1)job training programs funded under the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. Section 1501 et seq.);
(2)postsecondary vocational and technical job training programs that are not part of approved courses or programs that lead to licensing, certification, or an associate degree under Chapters 61 (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board), 130 (Junior College Districts), and 135 (Texas State Technical College System), or Subchapter E (Establishment), Chapter 88 (Agencies and Services of the Texas a & M University System), Education Code;
(3)adult education programs under Subchapter H (Definitions), Chapter 29 (Educational Programs), Education Code;
(4)employment services programs;
(5)literacy funds available to the state under the National Literacy Act of 1991 (20 U.S.C. Section 1201 et seq.);
(6)the job opportunities and basic skills program under Part F, Subchapter IV, Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. Section 682); and
(7)the food stamp employment and training program authorized under 7 U.S.C. Section 2015(d).
Section 2308.304 — Local Plan,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.2308.htm#2308.304 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).