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SRC Committees

The State Rehabilitation Council has two standing committees, the Outreach Committee and the VR Service Delivery Committee. All Council members serve on a standing committee. 

SRC Committee Assignments
 

Outreach Committee

Responsible for gathering input and recommendations on the State Plan and annual State Plan amendments, the legislative reception, position papers, and talking points as it relates to the State Plan implementation.

Specific duties are:
  1. Conduct a comprehensive needs assessment as required by the State Plan.
  2. Create an informative legislative reception that produces support from legislators regarding IVRS services and initiatives, serves as an educational information session, and increases the visibility of service delivery efforts of IVRS.
    • Develop protocol for the reception to disseminate information and maintain the identity of the reception as an SRC activity.
    • Develop information that tells the story of IVRS specific to statewide and/or local districts.
  3. Increase SRC involvement and recruitment of new members who can leverage public support in advocating for persons with disabilities.
    • Implement conversations with external parties regarding IVRS involvement to include: community organizations, past recipients of services, business, Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) representation, and other state/public workforce system partners.
 

VR Service Delivery Committee

Responsible for customer satisfaction survey, SRC Annual Report, and reviewing and making recommendations regarding agency policy issues.

Specific duties are:
  1. ​Develop and coordinate distribution of job candidate satisfaction survey.
    • Review and recommend changes based upon the results of the satisfaction survey.
    • Identify strategies to improve satisfaction and program service experience through analysis of results.
  2. Complete SRC Annual Report to the Governor.
  3. Review proposals and make recommendations regarding agency policy issues.
    • Review and become knowledgeable of Agency Policy.
    • Review and understand quality control indicators reflecting program standards and compliance with federal and state regulations.
    • Recommend strategies to move beyond compliance and enhance quality from service delivery efforts.
  4. Increase SRC involvement and recruitment of new members who can leverage public support in advocating for persons with disabilities.
    • Implement conversations with external parties regarding IVRS involvement to include: community organizations, past recipients of services, business, SHRM representation, and other state/public workforce system partners.

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