THE STATE OF GEORGIA
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BY THE GOVERNOR:
Congress passed into law the Job Training Partnership Act on October 13, 1982 (P.L. 97-300, 96 Stat. 1322) for the purpose of preparing youth and unskilled adults for entry into the labor force and to provide job training to those economically disadvantaged and others, such as the handicapped and elderly, who' face serious barriers to employment; and
WHEREAS: Section 125 (A) of the Job Training Partnership Act of
1982 requires the Governor of each state to designate
an organizational unit to oversee and manage a compre-
hensive statewide labor market and occupational supply and demand information system; and
Under the new federal legislation each state is responsible for the design of a cost-effective labor market information system which is responsive to the economic demand and education and training supply support needs of the state and areas within the state; and
Each system must meet federal standards stipulated in
Chapter 35 of Title 44, United States Code and other appropriate federal standards established by the Bureau of Labor Standards of the United States Department of
Each system must standardize available federal and state multi-agency administrative records and direct survey data sources to produce an empIoyment and economic analysis to be used in carrying out the provisions of the Job Training Partnership Act, the Vocational Education Act, and the Wa~ner-Peyser.Act .
NOW, THEREFORE, PURSUANT OT THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME AS GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, AND PURSUANT TO THE AFOREMENTIONED ACT, IT IS HEREBY
That the organizational unit to oversee and manage a comprehensive statewide labor market and occupational supply and demand information system be the Georgia State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee.
This c?,q(j,/v day of September, 1983.
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE. OFFICER