Human Services Agency
December 19, 01
BOARD MEETING DATE:
January 8, 2002
Honorable Board of Supervisors
Maureen Borland, Director, Human Services Agency
A SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE WORKFIRST AND ONE-STOP CAREER CENTER SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH OPPORTUNITIES INDUSTRIALIZATION CENTER WEST (OICW) FOR THE PROVISION OF REALLOCATION OF FUNDS FOR PROGRAM YEAR (PY) 01-02.
Adopt a resolution authorizing a second amendment to the Agreement with Opportunities
Industrialization Center West (OICW), to reallocate funds in the amount of $131,012 for
PY 01-02. This amendment reduces the funding from the One - Stop Career Center
Services in Menlo Park for Program Year 2001/2002 to support the expansion of the
PeninsulaWorks One-Stop system.
On July 25, 2000 the Board approved an agreement with OICW to closeout activities of
the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), and to provide Workfirst and One-Stop Career
Center services during the period of July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2002, for a total
amount of $1,415,612.
On November 28, 2000 the Board approved an Amendment to the Agreement to add September 30, 2002. An additional amount of $480,160, was added for a total contract
Comprehensive Year-Round Youth Services and extended the term of the Agreement to
September 30, 2002. An additional amount of $480,160, was added for a total contract
obligation of $1,895,772.
July 19, 2001, the Workforce Investment Board (WIB) approved the certifications of the
PeninsulaWorks One-Stop Centers in Daly City, San Carlos and Menlo Park. The
PeninsulaWorks Redwood City was certified as a satellite One-Stop Center.
The Redwood City satellite office serves a distinct population who would benefit from
the services of a full service One-Stop Center. Therefore, the WIB would like to
designate PeninsulaWorks Redwood City as a full-service One-Stop Center, and has
directed the WIB staff, the Human Services Agency, to reallocate resources to support
expanding services to Redwood City.
The amendment will reduce the funding for PeninsulaWorks One-Stop Center in Menlo
Park by $131,012 for Program Year 2001/2002. These funds are comprised entirely of
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funds and will thus have no impact on the general
County Counsel has reviewed and approved the proposed amendment as to form.