- GSETA Membership
- MIS Committee
- Youth Committee
- Conference Committee
- Operations Committee
- Professional Development Committee
- WDB Director's Committee
- Fiscal Committee
- Monitoring Committee
- Shared Documents & Resources
August 10, 2022 Minutes
July 13, 2022 Minutes
June 8, 2022 Minutes
May 11, 2022 Minutes
April 13, 2022 Minutes
March 9, 2022 Minutes
February 9, 2022 Minutes
January 12, 2022 Minutes
December 8, 2021 Minutes
October 13, 2021 Minutes
September 21, 2021 Minutes
August 11, 2021 Minutes
The GSETA MIS committee ( Management Information Systems) is comprised of local area MIS staff as well as numerous statewide NJDOL Representatives. The committee meets monthly to review WIOA participation data for program performance and compliance, and reviews updates on the state case management system – this includes America’s One-Stop Operating System (AOSOS) , and historical and real-time reports. The committee also is updated on WIOA monitoring requirements related to performance, and provides ongoing training for local staff on updated NJDOL policies and procedures.
MIS Committee Chairperson
December 1, 2020
Updated November 19, 2020
August 28, 2018
The GSETA Youth Committee is a Sub Committee of GSETA, bringing state and local partners together to share best practices and ideas to enrich the future of the young adults that are served by the system’s professional staff. Committee members explore ideas, partnerships, collaboration, and innovation so there are take-aways for everyone serving young adults in their communities.
Youth Committee Co-Chair
Youth Committee Co-Chair
The GSETA Conference the premier event for professional development for all partners in New Jersey’s Workforce Development System. Conferences are typically conducted yearly and are designed to set the groundwork to introduce workforce system partners to new law and provide well-grounded workshops filled with real-time information that attendees can take back to local areas.
The Conference Committee works with sponsors, exhibitors, and advertisers, to create an event that promotes leadership, , quality and excellence for the advancement of New Jersey’s Workforce Development Systems, its customers, and professionals. Most importantly, the GSETA Conference recognizes and congratulates eighteen (18) local recipients with GSETA Star Awards, lunch and monetary acknowledgement.
This committee meets monthly for up to two hours (currently virtually) and discusses the operations systems of One-Stop Career Centers, (also known as America’s Job Centers in some areas). Discussion centers on matters related to the regular operation of the centers. Topics focus on practice and policy issues related to Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and WorkFirst NJ (WFNJ) training and work activities, as well as literacy services provided through the centers. Members include all operations leadership from each local area as well as regular attendance from representatives of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) and the New Jersey Department of Family Development (NJDFD).
Francis F. Kuhn
GSETA Committee Chair
Monday, August 1, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Monday, July 5, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Monday, June 6, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Monday, May 2, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Monday, April 4, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Monday, February 7, 2022 Meeting Minutes
Tuesday, January 4, 2022 Meeting Minutes
2022 Operations Committee Meeting Dates
Monday, December 6, 2021
Monday, October 5, 2021
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Monday, August 2, 2021
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Tuesday, July 6, 2021
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Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee is the venue within which professional development ideas are shared and staff development initiatives are discussed. The PDC provides guidance for the development and delivery of Institute staff development training offerings
The committee also assists in the development of topics for the program aspect of the annual Conference
Professional Development Committee Chair
WDB Director’s Committee
The State Workforce Development Director’s Committee is comprised of the WBD Directors, or their designees from all the 17 Workforce areas in the state of New Jersey.
The mission of the State Workforce Development Board Directors is to work in partnership to design and create a workforce system tailored to meet the needs of the business community, through joint policy development, improvements in labor exchange, collaborative strategies on innovative One-Stops delivery systems, and program execution and oversight of customers. Collectively, the Workforce Development Boards strive to provide quality educational and technical training programing to assist businesses in training incumbent workers, upskill dislocated workers for in-demand occupations, and work with businesses to provide sustainable employment opportunities to job seekers in the state of New Jersey.
WDB Director Committee Chairperson
The GSETA Fiscal Committee is a resource for workforce development directors and accounting staff that provides an opportunity to share and receive information related to NJDOL financial reporting and audit procedures. The committee meets on a quarterly basis and includes presentations from the NJDOL Office of Finance and Accounting and the NJDOL Office of Internal Audit. Committee members also share promising practices in the administrative functions of board grant management
Fiscal Committee Chairperson
March 21, 2022 Meeting Minutes
November 22, 2021 Meeting Minutes
2022 Fiscal Committee Meeting Dates
June 21, 2021 Agenda
June 21, 2021 Meeting Minutes
January 19, 2021 Agenda
January 19, 2021 Meeting Minutes
January 31, 2021 Meeting Minutes
Monitoring is an essential function of the WIOA system. Monitoring is the primary tool for identification of compliance with federal and grant requirement. Monitoring is a multifaceted activity directed at achieving program goals. Monitoring then becomes a program identification tool that links planning, program design, implementation, technical assistance and evaluation.
Monitoring Committee members see their value as the gatekeepers to all things compliance.
Monitoring is done to:
- Meet statutory and regulatory requirements,
- Ensure compliance and effectiveness,
- Drive continuous improvement,
- Advance strategic priorities.
This committee strives to make sure that all monitors across the state have the most current information available in order to fulfill these directives.
Monitoring Committee Chairperson