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GCWI - Resource Alignment Committee Meeting - WebEx

01/31/2018 09:00 AM - 01 /31/2018 12:00 PM

201 East Washington Avenue, Madison, WI- 53703

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Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Tierney Gill
608-266-5336
TierneyB.Gill@dwd.wisconsin.gov

AGENDA

1.   Call to Order
2.   Welcome and Opening Remarks
3.   Approval of Minutes from December 12th, 2017 – ACTION 
4.   Objectives for the Day – Discussion
5.    Debrief from December 12, 2017 CWI Meeting  
6.    Resource Alignment Strategic Planning Working Session Survey  
7.    Next Steps and Planning/Expectations for February 13th 
8.    Announcements 
9.    Other Business 
10.   Next Meeting – February 13th, 2018
11.   Adjournment	

Meeting materials will be posted on the CWI web site at http://www.wi-cwi.org/. For questions about the agenda, contact Tierney Gill, Department of Workforce Development, Division of Employment and Training by phone at (608) 266-5336 or by email at TierneyB.Gill@dwd.wisconsin.gov 
  
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