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Empowering Regions through the CEDS Process (Brett Schwartz)

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Presentation delivered at the 2019 SWREDA Conference, December 4-6, 2019

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Empowering Regions through the CEDS Process (Brett Schwartz)

  1. 1. Empowering Regions through the CEDS Process December 6, 2019 SWREDA Conference Coastal Regional Commission
  2. 2. Framing Thoughts
  3. 3. Rawpixels.com We are in a Golden Age for the CEDS
  4. 4. CEDS Content Guidelines: Make it Your Best Friend! www.eda.gov/CEDS  Provides guidance on the required sections of the CEDS  Summary Background  SWOT  Strategic Direction/Action Plan  Evaluation Framework  Economic Resilience  Best practices, case studies, and links
  5. 5. A New Era for the CEDS From this… …to this!
  6. 6. A New Era for the CEDS From this… …to this! Credit: Everyday Health
  7. 7. A New Era for the CEDS From this… …to this! Credit: Wealthworks.org Credit: countingjobs.com.au
  8. 8. A New Era for the CEDS From this… …to this! Credit: Industry Week
  9. 9. Resilience: The ability of a region or community to anticipate, withstand, and bounce back from shocks, disruptions, and stresses including:  Weather-related disasters or hazards / Impacts of climate change  The closure of a large employer or military base  The decline of an important industry  Changes in workforce / effects of automation  Demographic shifts  Much more…
  10. 10. Never stop asking: “How can we make our CEDS process more inclusive, more engaging, and more valuable?” Region Nine Development Commission (MN)
  11. 11. www.CEDSCentral.com
  12. 12.  Brett Schwartz, Associate Director NADO Research Foundation, Washington, DC  David Ives, Interim Director, Performance & National Programs Division U.S. Economic Development Administration, Washington, DC  Ann Simon, Economic Development Program Manager Mid-Region Council of Governments, Albuquerque, New Mexico  Jason Wilson, Economic Development Representative U.S. Economic Development Administration, Austin, Texas Today’s Presenters

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