- 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
May 19, 2015 – Brookings (The Avenue blog), By Mark Muro It’s old news that an explosion of Internet-based tools and services—think GitHub and Amazon Web Services—has made it easier and cheaper for entrepreneurs to transform their cool ideas into finished software products.
May 19, 2015 – HamptonRoads.com, By U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Fred Metz (ret.) Will the DOD Budget Impact the Sluggish Hampton Roads Economy? Last Friday the House passed the DOD Budget.(Authority, Appropriation latter) The $495.5 billion base budget was below the mandated sequester limit. In...
May 19, 2015 – The New York Times, By Diane Cardwell All 50 states could become wind energy producers, according to an Energy Department report released Tuesday, once the next generation of larger, taller turbines in development hits the market.
May 18, 2015 – LimaOhio.com, By Danae Kin LIMA — Task Force L.I.M.A. is hoping to get the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center “on the mind of decision makers” when it comes to the Ohio Federal Military Jobs Commission.
May 18, 2015 – Military Times, By Leo Shane III Pentagon officials won’t get congressional permission for a new base closure round next year. But they might be inching closer.
May 14, 2015 – U.S. Department of Defense, By Jim Garamone WASHINGTON, May 14, 2015 – The military has two jobs for America: to fight today’s wars and to prepare to fight the wars of the future, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in West Point, New York, today.