Southeast Conference is responsible for developing a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Southeast Alaska designed to identify regional priorities for economic and community development. The CEDS 2020 Southeast Alaska Economic Plan is a strategy-driven plan developed by a diverse workgroup of local representatives from private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Over the course of 12 months, 27 workshops and strategic planning meetings Southeast Conference members developed an overall vision statement, a list of six goals, 47 objectives, 8 priority objectives, and regional and industry specific SWOTs analyses. More than 400 people representing small businesses, tribes, native organizations, municipalities, and nonprofits were involved in various elements of the planning process.

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One page Strategic Plan Summary page 2

Summary Background pages 3-14: Economic conditions in the region

SWOT Analysis page 15: Regional Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats

Economic Resilience Map page 16: How Southeast Alaska communities intend to respond to the State fiscal crisis

Strategic Direction Action Plan pages 17-29: Tactics identified through planning process, other plans, and stakeholder feedback to develop the priority strategies for the region

Strategic Direction Action Plan Part II Priority Objective Descriptions and Evaluation Framework pages 30 to 39: Identifies performance measures associated with the plan

Economic Plan Steering Committee page 40

Appendices page 41

Reference Materials

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