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Workforce Committee

Interim Committee Studies and Assignments

(17 members)

1018 § 20 Study the state's system for addressing workforce needs through a workforce system initiative that includes receipt of agency reports regarding implementation of workforce legislation enacted during the 2007 legislative session, active participation in focus groups across the state, and active participation in a workforce congress

2149 § 3 Study job development authorities across the state to determine the economic impact created by the authorities, to examine funding mechanisms used by the authorities when expending resources for economic development purposes, and to determine whether the authorities serve a viable purpose

3025 Study possible methods of growing North Dakota's population and increasing the available workforce in the state

Study the means by which the University System fulfills North Dakota's workforce needs - Legislative Council chairman directive

Receive report from the Statewide Longitudinal Data System Committee before the 61st Legislative Assembly on the status of the plan for a longitudinal data system (NDCC § 15.1-02-18)

Receive annual reports from the Division of Community Services on renaissance zone progress (NDCC § 40‑63‑03)

Receive biennial report from the Commissioner of Commerce on the process used and factors considered by the commissioner in identifying target industries on which economic development efforts are focused and the special focus target industry (NDCC § 54-60-11)

Receive the compilation and summary of state grantor reports filed annually by the Department of Commerce beginning in 2007 and the reports of state agencies that award business incentives for the previous calendar year (NDCC § 54-60.1-07)

Receive report from the Department of Commerce before July 1, 2008, on the department's Renaissance Zone Conference activities and the department's recommendations resulting from the conference (2007 S.L., ch. 18, § 19)

Receive report from the Department of Commerce during the 2007-08 interim on the implementation and successes and failures of the Beginning Again North Dakota pilot program and whether the program should be continued or continued and expanded (2007 S.L., ch. 18, § 38)