LMI Institute 2016 Accomplishments

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Current LMI Institute Membership

 The LMI Institute’s membership is comprised of state LMI agencies and other professionals in LMI and related fields. Currently, 34 states and U.S. Territories are active members of the LMI Institute.

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The LMI Institute also has a growing number of affiliate members, representing workforce development professionals, community colleges, and independent researchers.

Technical Training
  • Delivered two Basic LMI Analyst courses and one Applied Analyst training course.
  • Designed and delivered a customized training course for workforce development professionals at the National Association of Workforce Boards’ (NAWB’s) Annual Conference, and a webinar series for the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP).
  • Hosted a monthly webinar series attracting nearly 2,000 attendees.
LMI System & Program Support
  • Provided management and training support for the Projections Managing Partnership.
  • Developed the agenda and facilitated the LMI Directors’ Town Hall Meeting at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) National LMI Conference in Kansas City, MO (2016).
  • Hosted the U.S. Census Bureau’s Local Employment Household Dynamics Program’s monthly webinar series.
Research
  • Conducted a research study for the Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Research (California) using Current Population Survey micro-data to develop tables for California’s working age population with either certifications or licenses to determine the prevalence of certifications and licenses in the California workforce.
  • Initiated research and technical assistance to the National Association of State Workforce Agencies’ (NASWA’s) National Labor Exchange, in partnership with CREC and is exploring avenues that will enhance the contribution of the NLx (jointly operated by NASWA and Direct Employers Association) to the effective functioning of labor markets in the United States.
Partnership Facilitation
  • Fostered and continuously improved key partnerships with the Employment and Training Administration, BLS, the Workforce Information Advisory Council (WIAC), the Analyst Resource Center, the BLS / LMI Oversight Committee, and the NASWA LMI Committee.
  • Received Census Bureau’s 2016 Innovations in Local Employment Dynamics Award.
  • Delivered conference sessions on LMI at NAWB, NAWDP, and NASWA conferences. Participated in meetings of the Friends of BLS, Workforce Data Quality Campaign, etc.

 

For more information, visit www.lmiontheweb.org
Contact: Lindsay Johnson, (703) 522-4980, x 1028, ljohnson@crec.net