- Local Official’s Guide to Defense Industry Adjustment
- Quick Start Guide to Organizing a Regional Economic Adjustment Response
- Business Transitions
- Workforce Transitions
- Appendix Chapter 3 – Defining the Economic Region
- Appendix Chapter 3 – Understanding Regional Impacts and Data
- Appendix Chapter 4 – Worker Survey Administered for Pine Bluff, Arkansas
- Appendix Chapter 5 – Elements of Communications Plan
- Appendix Chapter 6 – Project Charter Example
- Appendix Chapter 6 – Link to a Social Network Mapping Report
- Appendix Chapter 6 – Asset Map Metrics
- Appendix Chapter 6 – Asset Map Dataset
- Appendix Chapter 7 – Approach to and Examples of Visioning
- Appendix Chapter 8 – Community Engagement – Building Participation and Consensus
In the News
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 On November 20, 2013, the Department of Defense announced the latest school construction grant of $13,201,995 from the Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) to the Tooele County School District, Tooele, Utah, for the new Dugway High School on...
'Compatibility' Maps Focus of County Meeting: Color-Coded Maps Will Guide Development Near Military Facilities
Great Falls Tribune - November 4, 2013, By Karl Puckett New color-coded maps delineating where development is compatible and incompatible with military operations in seven northcentral Montana counties, funded by the Department of Defense, will be rolled out to the public for the first time today...
Contra Costa Times - November 1, 2013, By Matthew Artz The city's bid to restore a "working waterfront" took a big leap forward Friday as construction officially began on a $500 million project to transform much of the long-shuttered Oakland Army Base into a logistics and...
The Virginian-Pilot - October 23, 2013, By Jeff Sheler The city will seek up to $2.5 million in state matching funds next year to expand the safety zone around Fentress Naval Auxiliary Landing Field.
Watertown Daily Times - October 22, 2013, By GORDON BLOCK FORT DRUM — A buffer for the post from outside encroachment could grow by 65 percent by the end of this year, thanks to an infusion of $500,000 from the state on top of millions of federal dollars already allocated.
The Spokesman-Review - October 19, 2013, By Mike Prager As ballots hit Spokane County voters’ mailboxes, Fairchild Air Force Base’s commander issued a rare warning Friday about possible encroachment near the base.