United States Code
USC most recently checked for updates: Nov 28, 2022
The Governor of a State shall establish a State workforce development board to carry out the functions described in subsection (d).
The members of the State board shall represent diverse geographic areas of the State, including urban, rural, and suburban areas.
The Governor shall select a chairperson for the State board from among the representatives described in subsection (b)(1)(C)(i).
A reference in this Act, or a core program provision that is not in this Act, to a State board shall be considered to include such an entity.
The State board shall make available to the public, on a regular basis through electronic means and open meetings, information regarding the activities of the State board, including information regarding the State plan, or a modification to the State plan, prior to submission of the plan or modification of the plan, respectively, information regarding membership, and, on request, minutes of formal meetings of the State board.
The State board may hire a director and other staff to assist in carrying out the functions described in subsection (d) using funds available as described in section 3164(b)(3) of this title or 3174(a)(3)(B)(i) of this title.
The State board shall establish and apply a set of objective qualifications for the position of director, that ensures that the individual selected has the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities, to meet identified benchmarks and to assist in effectively carrying out the functions of the State board.
The director and staff described in paragraph (1) shall be subject to the limitations on the payment of salary and bonuses described in section 3254(15) of this title.