Board of Investments

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Board of Investments

A generic term for a government agency responsible for managing a government's assets, attempting to attract investment to the country or region and/or regulating investment.
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2 million Workforce Investment Act state set-aside dollars were available to each of the 22 local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs).
working cooperatively with the staff of other local workforce investment boards in the Regional
We conducted this Web-based survey of all local workforce investment boards, receiving responses from 428 (73 percent).
Antonovich made the motion requesting the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association retirement and investment boards to review their reimbursement policies and consider adopting the policies used by the Board of Supervisors.
Under the plan, states would select one or more local workforce investment boards that are well-positioned to respond to local economic challenges.
In part two of "Workforce Investment Act: What It Means for Cities and Towns, "we look at the provisions in the law establishing State Workforce Investment Boards.
Other workforce investment boards statewide have been provided with the opportunity to add their local suppliers to the master contract agreement with Manex.
Simon Russin, a retirement board member, said what he calls pension- spiking began last year when the retirement and investment boards voted to give LACERA Chief Executive Officer Marsha Richter an 11 percent raise boosting her annual salary from $142,326 to $157,982.
It takes a holistic approach to the needs of employers on both a local and national basis, one that fuels economic opportunity for Job Seekers, Employers and local Workforce Investment Boards (WIB's).
Schmerin today announced the award of local incentive grant funding to four local Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs).
He has served as a director to a variety of public, advisory, and investment boards, including Banner Health System, on which he is currently the chairman.
The 36-member Team Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board, a public-private partnership, is responsible for statewide implementation of the 1998 Federal Workforce Investment Act and overseeing 22 local Workforce Investment Boards.