Diversity and Affirmative Action in Public Service

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older worker employment strategy for the governor. Of these team members, three or four persons, headed by a person from the governor's own staff and including a person who can speak for local jurisdictions within the state, will be designated to participate directly in the multi-state policy-shaping work sessions. It will be the responsibility of this core academy team to provide direction and guidance to the larger state policy development team, and to lead the governor's action plan for putting the policy into place.To facilitate this collaborative strategic planning, CSPA's role will be to: adapt the already-tested academy process to the more sharply-defined purpose of this effort; arrange for the services of resource persons as needed by the state teams; conduct three multi-state academy work sessions; provide--before, between, and after the academy work sessions--on-site and other assistance to the state teams as necessary; and document results of the project.At the first of three academies, in early September 1984, state teams will identify the issues involved, define their policy objectives, and sketch out their strategy outline and direction. Between the first and second academies, state teams will utilize their internal state policy development processes to develop the strategy for their governors. Once the governor's final approval is obtained, the team will move into implementation planning.The second academy, in December 1984, will focus on reviewing and refining the state policies as the governors have acted on them, and begin planning the specifics of putting these policies in place. Between the second and third academies, CSPA will draft the project report, reflecting the information available up to that point, and provide copies to all participants for review and comment at the third academy.At the third academy, in May 1985, participants will: assess progress made by the state teams; further strengthen their implementation plans; refine the draft report on State Leadership for Older Worker Employment, and evaluate the utility of the project process and products.This collaborative effort will result in at least five state initiatives which advance older worker employment; a cadre of state practitioners who have had the experience of developing cross-cutting state strategies to create economic opportunity for older people, and who can thus be helpful to other states; and a CSPA publication useful to state officials and others who want to capitalize on the lessons learned by the lead states. This publication will be disseminated nationally by the Council, with the active cooperation of governors and key officials in the lead states. Gloria Whitman, Roger Vaughan, and Arthur Boyd
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"Creating Opportunity: Strategies for Reducing Poverty Through Economic Development," by Hugh O'Neill, provides an overview of the barriers confronting dependent

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