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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working cooperatively with the staff of other local workforce investment boards in the Regional
Tenders are invited for Board Manager - New Orleans Workforce Investment Board.
Workforce Investment Board (WIB) and the Youth Council.
Work directly with the New Orleans Workforce Investment Board (WIB) to assure effective and
Staff and directly facilitate all standing and ad hoc committees of the Workforce Investment Board
Under the plan, states would select one or more local workforce investment boards that are well-positioned to respond to local economic challenges.
Ten local Workforce Investment Boards cover the entire state.
As chairman of the Little Rock Workforce Investment Board, I am working with our board to change the way Arkansas' job-training programs are perceived and make sure they are being carried out effectively.
My goal for the Little Rock Workforce Investment Board is to make the business community its most valued customer.
of Little Rock and chairman of the Little Rock Workforce Investment Board.
This document presents a facsimile of GAO's Web-based survey of workforce investment board directors on the use of individual training accounts.