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  • Workforce Investment Board (WIB) Information

    The Pima County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) serves as the Local Workforce Development Board (LWDB) as authorized by the U.S Department of Labor (DOL) and as designated by the Governor of Arizona to carry out the functions of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) in Pima County. WIB members are appointed by the Pima County Board of Supervisors (BOS) to represent business, workforce, community based organizations and mandated partners under WIOA. 

    The WIB provides recommendations on local workforce policy and oversight of the Local Workforce Development System (LWDS), referred to as the ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop Workforce Development and Delivery System, a proud partner of the American Job Center network. This system connects eligible Adults, Dislocated Workers, and Youth in local growth, high demand industry occupations. 

    The Pima County WIB will pursue its visions of "Quality Jobs, Qualified Workers" through the following goals:
    1. Assisting people to obtain jobs in strategic industry sectors.
    2. Supporting employers in finding & hiring qualified employees.
    3. Engaging underrepresented labor pools by removing barriers to employment.

    Board Information:

    WIB membership represents business, workforce, eligible providers of adult education and literacy as well as community based organizations. Official membership information is held at the Pima County Clerk of the Board

    WIB Governing Documents

    WIB Member Application Documents

    If you are interested in being a WIB Member, please complete the WIB Interest form and a member of the Board Development Committee will contact you. 


    Pima County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request
    for individuals with disabilities by contacting 520-724-7700.

    Pima County Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Four Year Plan

    The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act ("WIOA") of 2014, Public Law ("Pub. L. 113–128"), reauthorizes the Workforce Investment Act ("WIA") of 1998. WIOA provides the opportunity to align “workforce investment, education and economic development systems in support of a comprehensive, accessible, high–quality workforce development system in the United States.”

    During the past several years the Pima County WIB has worked to create an innovative and comprehensive workforce development system to meet the needs of its growing population. With the implementation of WIOA, Arizona and Pima County now have the perfect opportunity to create positive change that will improve the workforce development system as a whole.

    The Pima County Local Workforce Development Plan for 2020-2023 ("Local Plan"), as required by WIOA Section 102 (29 U.S.C. 3112), was available for Public Comment from Friday, June 12 to Friday, June 26, 2020. An email notification was sent to key stakeholders on June 12, 2020. The Public Notice was published in the June 12, 2020 issue of the Daily Territorial to announce the Public Comment period for the Plan.

    The Local Plan 2020-2023  was developed with involvement from the Local Chief Elected Official ("LCEO") who is the Chair of the Pima County Board of Supervisors along with the WIB, and key stakeholders.

    The Local Plan was approved by the Pima County WIB during their June 5, 2020 monthly meeting. The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the Plan during their June 23, 2020 Regular Meeting. The Local Plan was due to the Arizona Governor's State Workforce Development Board, referred to as the Workforce Arizona Council (WAC), on July 1, 2020.

    The WIOA requires that the WIB, in partnership with the LCEO, must review, prepare, and submit the Local Plan as a component of Pima County’s ongoing efforts to promote economic development, job growth, higher wages, and increased wealth within our region.

    The Local Plan was available for public comment including comment from key stakeholders such as the WIB; public and private businesses; the public; labor organizations; educational institutions; and government, economic and community organizations. The outcome resulting from review of public comments were posted online after the comment period and one comment was received.

    PUBLISHED: The Daily Territorial: 06/12/2020

    Individuals were asked to please send comments to administrative assistant, Anna Cunes on or before 5 p.m. on Friday, 06/26/2020.

    Individuals were asked to comment on the Local Plan Modification 2022  on or before 5pm on June 22, 2022. No public comments were received. The Local Plan Modification 2022 was submitted to the state on June 23, 2022 by LWDB Director, Cassie Lundin.

    On September 6, 2022 the Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the Pima County Workforce Investment Board Local Workforce Development Area Plan Modification 2020-2023 

    Pima County WIB Sectors

    Pima County has a Sector Strategy targeting workforce investment in industries of critical importance for the region's economy. Activities include grant-seeking, marketing, incentives and development of curriculum to align with industry needs.

    • Aerospace and Defense-Manufacturing
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Natural and Renewable Resources
    • Logistics
    • Health and Bioscience
    • Infrastructure

    One-Stop Service Providers

    The selection of each of the One-Stop Operator and the One-Stop Service Providers for the ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop system are in accordance with WIOA 107(d)(10)(A) through (E) and Workforce Arizona Council State Workforce Policy #4 ARIZONA@WORK One-Stop Operator and Service Provider Selection Policy.  Selections are approved by the Pima County WIB and the Chair, Pima County Board of Supervisors.

    The One-Stop Service Providers provide career services through the award of contracts or written agreements, in compliance with State Workforce #4 ARIZONA@WORK One-Stop Operator and Service Provider Selection Policy

    All of the Pima county WIB’s competitive procurement processes follow federal, state, and local procurement laws, regulations, and policies.

    Click on a link below to view the current list of ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop System 2019-2020 Service Providers for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I-B Programs:

    One-Stop Operator (OSO)

    2021 to 2025

    2017 to 2021

    SER-Jobs for Progress of Southern Arizona, Inc. is the ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop Operator ("OSO"). The Pima County WIB determined the roles and responsibilities of the OSO prior to conducting the required competitive procurement process that includes at a minimum, must coordinate the service delivery of required One-Stop Partners and service providers (20 CFR 678.620 a).


    Board Coordinator

    Cassie Lundin
    LWDB Director
    (520) 724-9638

    Location of Meetings

    Confirm meeting location on the corresponding agenda