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Inventory of the Occupational Information Coordinating Committee
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Description
The records of the Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (COICC) consist of twelve cubic feet of textual records and one box of electronic media. The committee was created by an act of the State Legislature in response to the national Comprehensive Employment Training Act of 1973, or CETA. The goal of the committee was to act as an advisory body to the Employment Development Department in the department's operation of the State-Local Cooperative Labor Market Information Development Program, or LMID, as specified in the above mentioned federally funded program requirements.
Background
The California Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (COICC) was created by an act of the State Legislature in response to the national Comprehensive Employment Training Act of 1973, or CETA. That act was passed by the 93rd Congress and chaptered as Public Law 93-203. The federal act created the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (NOICC) as a federal level interagency committee with consolidated responsibilities for funding federal job training programs, for the unemployed, underemployed, the disadvantaged, and youth. The NOICC coordinated with state level Occupational Information Coordinating Committees or SOICCs, and distributed block grants and the Basic Assistance Grants to state level programs which met the NOICC's developmental guidelines.
Extent
13 cubic feet of textual records and electronic media
Restrictions
For permission to reproduce or publish, please consult California State Archives staff. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives, Office of the Secretary of State, Sacramento, as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives' collections.
Availability
Collection is open for research.