Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says he’s confident the state will be able to evaluate its workforce development programs in plenty time for next year’s budget to determine which ones will stay and which ones will go.

Lawmakers have somewhat struggled to reform the state’s employment programs in order to help fill nearly 90,000 vacancies in the workforce.

Despite that Holcomb says the state will spend the rest of this session as well as the year reviewing every program for efficiency.

You can hear the Governor in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.  It runs about seven minutes.

He also discusses federal dollars for the state’s road funding programs and additional support for the state’s foster families.