Managing Program Income and Fund Reduction Risk in Changing Local Environments
This one-day workshop is divided into two sessions. Registrants should attend both.
Morning Session: Managing Program Income
This session will address program income generated by public / non-profit entities administering Workforce Investment Act and other funds received by Michigan Works! Agencies:
- Unrestricted program income verses restricted program income
- Pre-established EUC fees earned verses federal funds or other funds used to earn the fee
- Issues created for local fiscal systems and cost allocation
Afternoon Session: Fund Reduction Risk, Changing Service Providers and Administrative Entities of Workforce Grants
This session provides solutions and sheds light on the realities of post grant liabilities:
- Paying accrued liabilities
- Underfunded retirement systems of retired workforce professionals
- UI costs to employers after grant funds are gone
- Liberal personnel policies of public and non-profit agencies
- Performance payments to for-profit contractors unpaid until performance can be documented after grants have ended, and
- Lack of administrative funds to cover audit and other post grant termination costs
Additional information will be provided to address funds for close-out periods, paying to resolve prior audit/monitoring exceptions, record retention storage and accessing records for future audits and settlements.
Mt. Pleasant Comfort Inn, Hotel and Conference Center
2424 S. Mission
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 // (989) 772-4000
March 20, 2014
Registration - 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Training - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Who Should Attend:
Michigan Works! Agency Directors, Planners and Fiscal staff.
D. Strader Taylor is a nationally known trainer with 40+ years of experience working with state and local jurisdictions on employment and training issues.
He is noted for his success in resolving audits for cities, counties, states and other local organizations.
Taylor additionally assists local workforce boards and their service providers in designing and implementing youth and adult/dislocated programs with stimulus funds approved by Congress.