One-Stop Partners Team Meeting Minutes

12/13/2001

ONE-STOP PARTNERS TEAM

MEETING MINUTES

DECEMBER 13, 2001

Members Present

Edmond Anderson, Glenmont Job Corps Center

Lois Benjamin, New York State Education Department Vocational Educational Services

for Individuals With Disabilities (VESID)

Angela Delgado, New York State Department of Labor Division of Employment Services

Mathew Dwyer, City of Long Beach (CLB)

Ana-Maria Hurtado, Town of Hempstead Department of Occupational Resources

(DOOR)

E. Nadine Holsey, Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau County (EOC)

Elvira Lovaglio-Duncan, National Council On The Aging, Inc. (NCOA)

Martin Murphy, New York State Education Department Long Island Staff Development

Consortium

Susan Stevens, EOC

Others Present

John J. Gill, DOOR

Edward Kenny, DOOR

Chris Simmons, Martin Luther King Center, Long Beach

Annie Williams, NYSDOL Workforce Development and Training Division

  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. The meeting was convened at 10:10 A.M. The members of the team introduced themselves.

  3. Review of Minutes
  4. The members reviewed the minutes from the meeting of September 24, 2001.

  5. Program Year 2001 Outcomes to Date

Mr. Kenny explained the following reports pertaining to Program Year 2001 outcomes:

  • Shared System Services;
  • Usage;
  • Workforce Investment Act (WIA)/Balanced Budget Act Welfare-to-Work (WtW)/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Progress;
  • WIA Performance Measures;
  • Customer Satisfaction.

Matt Dwyer stressed the importance of reporting placements of shared system services customers by entering data into the computer system.

  1. Proposed System Name Change from Universal Resources to Hempstead Works
  2. Mr. Gill described the need to establish a simpler and more compelling brand identification for our local system. He described how the idea of replacing the name "Universal Resources" with "HempsteadWorks" has been discussed with our Workforce Investment Board (WIB) and our Youth Council. The name change has been suggested by our Web consultant. It would also be appropriately timed to coincide with our Web site overhaul, our local system certification and our application for statewide certification. Lois Benjamin offered a motion to institute the name change. The motion was seconded by Elvira Lovaglio-Duncan and adopted by the members.

  3. Grant Development

Memoranda from Margaret Moree were distributed to the members. The memoranda pertained to the following subjects:

  • Likelihood that current year WIA rescissions will be implemented;
  • Reductions in federal appropriations for next year;
  • Upcoming training on the Financial Management Technical Assistance Guide (TAG).

Mr. Kenny described the WIB Staff Statewide Projects Matrix, along with the WIB grant development activities, for Program Year 2000 and 2001.

  1. One-Stop System Matrix
  2. A copy of the Hempstead/Long Beach Local One-Stop System Resource Matrix was provided to each member. Mr. Kenny thanked the members for providing the information necessary to complete the matrix. He described how the matrix would be used for community audits and strategic planning purposes. In addition, he indicated that this document would be posted on the system Web site.

  3. Customer Flow Toolkit
  4. A list of the team members for the "Customer Flow Toolkit Training" to be conducted at the Huntington Hilton on January 8, 2002, was provided to the members. An agenda for the session was also provided. The partners reviewed and commented on flow charts for our local system that described customer flow for Shared System Services and WIA Title I-B categorical program services. The members agreed to utilize these flowcharts at the Toolkit training session. Each member was also provided with the e-mail addresses of the contact persons for the various partner organizations.

  5. Adjournment

No new or old business was raised. The meeting was adjourned at 11:10 A.M.