Governance, Bylaws and Policies

Interlocal Agreement & Bylaws

The interlocal agreement authorizes the existence of the CareerSource North Central Florida and it’s governing bodies in compliance with the federal Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act and appropriate State law. The Interlocal Agreement — under Florida Statute 163.01 — establishes CareerSource NCFL as a governmental unit and outlines the Board’s authority and responsibilities under the supervision of the County Commissions of Alachua and Bradford counties. The interlocal agreement is reviewed by the Alachua and Bradford county Commission every three years.

CareerSource NCFL Interlocal Agreement – Adopted April 2020

The bylaws guide the Board’s governance in pursuit of its responsibility to provide policy guidance and operational oversight of the local area workforce system.

CareerSource NCFL Bylaws – Adopted June 2020

Memorandum of Understanding

Memorandum of Understanding – Adopted May 2020

Workforce Services Plan

The Workforce Services Plan provides prioritized strategies to help fill the talent pipeline with work-ready job candidates who are capable and eager to meet the needs of businesses.

CareerSource North Central Florida is releasing their draft workforce services plan for public review and comment (linked below).  The proposed services plan for workforce area 9 is available for comment for 30 days beginning February 20, 2020. A copy of the plan can be accessed using the link below. A hard copy of the plan is also available at our administrative offices located at 10 NW 6th Street, Gainesville, Florida 32601.

Public comments may be submitted in written form to our administrative office address above or in e-mail to: dnair@careersourcencfl.comPublic comments will be accepted between February 20, 2020 and March 20, 2020.

You can view the previous Workforce Services Plan plan by following the link below.

For additional information, you can view our Workforce Services Plan here.

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