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Relying on a custom-built approach can be more cost-effective when you need to deliver specialized services.
Train Your Staff & Practitioners
Regional Leaders are trained on topics ranging from economic-impact analysis and GIS instruction.
We also develop customized economic and data trainings that meet a state’s needs.
Manage Your Association
We provide management support for professional agencies that focuses on community and economic development using statistical analysis.
Plan Your Economic Future
Working with public and private sector leaders, we identify and evaluate economic and workforce challenges to find solutions.
Analyze Your Clusters & Talent
We assist policymakers to assess the state of a region’s industries and workforce.
OEA Webinar: Cybersecurity Requirements for Defense Contractors
April 27, 2018
The Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity requirements were a hot topic at the recent DIA Learning Community Convening in Arlington, VA. The deadline for compliance has passed but many suppliers are still uncertain how to meet the requirements. DOD requirements for cybersecurity are far-reaching and impact suppliers at all tiers in the supply chain. This OEA-DIA […]
New report out for Credential Engine
April 20, 2018
New report out for Credential Engine, with research produced by Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness and the George Washington University Institute of Public Policy “Counting U.S. Secondary and Postsecondary Credentials“
The 7 Rivers Alliance Regional Wise Talent Strategy
February 9, 2017
CREC is collaborating with the Institute for Decision Making (IDM) at the University of Northern Iowa, Upper Explorerland Regional Planning Commission, and First Children’s Finance on this effort. CREC and its partners will develop a Regional Talent Plan comprised of workforce preparation, attraction and retention strategies, a roadmap for implementing key initiatives, and an asset […]
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