State Workforce Innovation Council

The State Workforce Innovation Council (SWIC) is charged with developing opportunities for Hoosiers to gain employment and earn competitive wages. SWIC develops and implements workforce solutions based on the input of representatives and local workforce development boards around the state. Serving as the governor’s advisor, SWIC works to address Indiana’s workforce needs through efficient workforce training and development programs. Creating jobs in the Hoosier State and increasing personal income for Indiana’s workers is a top priority. SWIC’s comprehensive approach will enhance the skills of Indiana’s workforce, place more Hoosiers in high skill jobs and attract more business and industry to the state.

Meetings & SWIC Resources

Next Meeting

Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Indiana Government Center South, Conference Room B

Click here for more information about SWIC, including meeting details, a listing of members, bylaws and Council resolutions.

Current Committees & Taskforces

Committee & Taskforce Archives

Integrated Workforce Plan & Annual Reports

The United States Department of Labor-Employment and Training Administration approved Indiana’s Integrated Workforce Plan for Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and the Wagner-Peyser Act on December 10, 2012.  The Plan has been approved through June 30, 2017.

The Integrated Workforce Plan may be accessed here. Annual Reports in relation to the Integrated Workforce Plan may be accessed here.

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development requested the following waivers from the United States Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.

Workforce-Related Programs

Pursuant to Indiana Code (IC) 22-4.1-24, state providers (defined as IC 22-4.1-1-5.5) shall prepare and submit written reports concerning:

  1. its workforce-related programs annually; and
  2. a new workforce-related program not later than thirty (3) days after establishing the program

These workforce-related reports are required to be submitted to the Legislative Council, Governor's Office, State Workforce Innovation Council and the Department of Workforce Development.

2017 Reports Received
DWD/CHE Report: Workforce Ready Grant Program and Employer Training Grant Program