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.
We conducted this Web-based survey of all local workforce investment boards, receiving responses from 428 (73 percent).
Under the plan, states would select one or more local workforce investment boards that are well-positioned to respond to local economic challenges.