ERIC Number: ED114670
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
California Manpower Management Information System Project (CMMISP); Long-Range Phase: Work Plan: Fiscal Years 1975/1976/1977.
California Joint Occupational Preparation Task Force, Sacramento.
The California Manpower Management Information System Project (CMMISP) is charged with the task of developing and implementing procedures for gathering and disseminating information to be used for comprehensive educational planning, manpower planning, and career counseling and guidance of students and individuals. Four factors essential to the successful completion of the project are the legislative mandate, endorsement from the governor, California Joint Occupational Preparation Task Force/MMISP administration, and MMISP information dissemination and implementation testing. A work plan summary and an operating budget summary present detailed descriptions of individual tasks and activities for 1974-75, 1975-76, and 1976-77, together with reports on the current (and expected) status and sources of funding for each task. The system consists of three components and their elements: (1) manpower demand component, (2) manpower supply component, and (3) socioeconomic factors component. Individual workplans for the three components are divided according to their task number and title. They are presented under the following topics: task administration, introduction, task objectives, activities to accomplish objectives, and status and source of funding. Nearly one-half of the document contains appended materials related to the project's drafting, proposal, legislation, and detail budget. (Author/EC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Joint Occupational Preparation Task Force, Sacramento.