Workforce Development Boards of Greater Lincoln, Greater ...

Workforce Development Boards of Greater Lincoln, Greater ...

Workforce Development Boards of Greater Lincoln, Greater Nebraska, & Greater Omaha Annual Funding Agreement Welcome from the Workforce Development Boards Gary Targoff Greater Lincoln Lisa Wilson

Denise Roberson Greater Omaha Greater Nebraska Introductions Led by Gary Targoff Goal for the day Gary Targoff Agreement on the proportional share methodology

for each local area Method may differ by area Welcome to a new day with collaborative partnerships John Albin, Commissioner of Labor Legislative Overview Angie Hansen-Kruse, NDOL Workforce Administrator Local Areas Overview

Greater Lincoln Jan Norlander-Jenson, Workforce Administrator Lincolns American Job Center SCC Education Square 1111 O Street, Suite 205 Greater Lincoln service delivery area is Lancaster and Saunders Governors designated 13-county region is

Lancaster, Seward, York, Fillmore, Saline, Gage, Thayer, Jefferson, Pawnee, Richardson, Johnson, Nemaha, and Otoe Lincoln Average Service Numbers July 2016 June 2017 Average number of customer visits per month: 1,175 Average number of customers per month: 547 Greater Nebraska

Dylan Wren, NDOL Beatrice and Grand Island American Job Centers Nebraska Department of Labor Career Centers: Norfolk, Columbus, North Platte, Nebraska City, Lexington, Alliance, Hastings, and Scottsbluff Service Area Regional Planning Areas Tri-Cities (Grand Island Hastings Kearney) Norfolk North Platte Columbus

Served 7/2016 to 6/2017 956 WIOA Title 1B participants Greater Omaha Erin Porterfield, ED, Heartland Workforce Solutions 5752 Ames Ave Omaha, NE 68104 402-444-4700

Greater Omaha service delivery area is Washington, Douglas and Sarpy Counties Governors designated 6-county region is Washington, Douglas, Sarpy, Cass, Sanders and Dodge Counties Fifteen co-located partners Additional service site is in South Omaha at Latino Center of the Midlands

Omaha Average Service Numbers July 2016 June 2017 Customer visits per year: 34,927 Unique customers annually: 6,864 Average person uses the center five times. Allocation Basis for AFA

Michael Phillips, Manager of Finance, HWS Discussion of preferred methodology Sq. Ft. # of people served Combo Sample One-Stop Operating Budget One-Stop Operating Budget Cost Category

Cost Item Allocation Base Cost Infrastructure Costs Lease Cost Square Footage $150,000 Infrastructure Costs Property and Casualty Insurance

Square Footage $2,500 Infrastructure Costs Cleaning Services Square Footage $12,500 Infrastructure Costs Utilities Square Footage

$22,500 Total Budget $187,500 Costs Allocated Using Sample Square Footage Square Footage Assigned Office Space/Square Footage % of Total Square Footage Square Footage Costs Partner 1

100 14.81% $27,778 Partner 2 100 14.81% $27,778 Partner 3 75

11.11% $20,833 Partner 4 150 22.22% $41,667 Partner 5 250 37.04%

$69,444 Total Office Space Square Footage Total Common/Shared Area Square Footage * Total 675 Partner Program 1825 2500 $187,500 Costs Allocated Using Sample Customers Served

Customers Served Partner Program # of Customers Served % of Total Customers Served Customers Served Costs Partner 1 400 24.24% $45,455

Partner 2 200 12.12% $22,727 Partner 3 100 6.06% $11,364 Partner 4

300 18.18% $34,091 Partner 5 650 39.39% $73,864 Total 1650

$187,500 Comparison of Sample Allocated Costs Partner Program Square Footage Customers Served Variance Partner 1 $27,778 $45,455

($17,677) Partner 2 $27,778 $22,727 $5,051 Partner 3 $20,833 $11,364 $9,470

Partner 4 $41,667 $34,091 $7,576 Partner 5 $69,444 $73,864 ($4,419) Total

$187,500 $187,500 ($0) Allocate Resource Room by Sample Customers Served One-Stop Operating Budget Cost Category Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs Infrastructure Costs

Cost Item Allocation Base Cost Lease Cost Property and Casualty Insurance Cleaning Services Utilities Lease Cost Resource Room Property and Casualty Insurance Resource Room Cleaning Services Resource Room Utilities Resource Room Square Footage Square Footage

Square Footage Square Footage Customers Served Customers Served Customers Served Customers Served $105,000 $1,750 $8,750 $15,750 $45,000 $750 $3,750 $6,750 Total Budget

$187,500 ((Direct Space +(Total Common Space -Resource Room Space))/Total Space) ((675+(2500-750))/2500)=70% Costs Allocated Using Sample Square Footage Square Footage Assigned Office Space/Square Footage % of Total Square Footage Square Footage Costs Partner 1 100

14.81% $19,444 Partner 2 100 14.81% $19,444 Partner 3 75 11.11%

$14,583 Partner 4 150 22.22% $29,167 Partner 5 250 37.04% $48,611

Total Office Space Square Footage 675 Total Common/Shared Area Square Footage * 1075 Total 1750 Partner Program $131,250

Costs Allocated Using Sample Customers Served Customers Served Partner Program # of Customers Served % of Total Customers Served Customers Served Costs Partner 1 400 24.24% $13,636

Partner 2 200 12.12% $6,818 Partner 3 100 6.06% $3,409 Partner 4

300 18.18% $10,227 Partner 5 650 39.39% $22,159 Total 1650

$56,250 Comparison of Sample Allocated Costs Using Blended Allocation Partner Program Square Footage Customers Served Blended Allocation Partner 1 $27,778 $45,455

$33,081 Partner 2 $27,778 $22,727 $26,263 Partner 3 $20,833 $11,364 $17,992

Partner 4 $41,667 $34,091 $39,394 Partner 5 $69,444 $73,864 $70,770 Total

$187,500 $187,500 $187,500 Small group Discussion of preferred methodology *Sq. Ft. *# of people served *Combo Greater Lincoln Methodology

Greater Omaha Methodology Greater Nebraska Methodology Group discussion Gather in groups of six Select facilitator, recorder, reporter Ensure each has equal time to speaking to the

group Select summary points to share with the large group. Report out to the large group Next steps and timeline What next? Information needed? By whom? By when?

Decision by consensus and by region Thank you for your partnership! We can do this!

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