Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)
U.S. Economic Development Administration-Approved Strategy For Southern Nevada Economic Development
In the fall of 2012, the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA), the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) and more than 300 community stakeholders from all over the region began work on a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The CEDS document includes demographic information, economic analyses, and information on the strategies and tactics that the LVGEA and its regional partners will use to develop new industries and diversify the economy in Southern Nevada. In writing this document, the community came together like never before to support economic development. The LVGEA and its community partners feel confident about the quality of the document and the goals contained within.
The CEDS was accepted by the U.S. Economic Development Administration in September of 2013 and revised in November of 2016.
Click to read the Southern Nevada Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.
Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance Public Policy Guiding Principles
The LVGEA Public Policy Guiding Principles are a reference for policy makers on what matters most to economic development in Southern Nevada. By working together on these core issues, we can create more high-value jobs and stronger communities; and that is something we can all agree on.
LVGEA’s Public Policy Guiding Principles were approved by the Board of Directors in June of 2016.
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Please see these links for supporting documents:
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance Action Plan
The roadmap for Southern Nevada economic development
The Action Plan is the product of an iterative process between the staff of the LVGEA, the LVGEA Strategic Planning Committee, and the LVGEA Board of Directors. The Action Plan was developed to complement Southern Nevada’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS), the region’s only U.S. Economic Development Administration-Approved strategy for economic development. Collectively, our planning and budget documents are designed to guide LVGEA’s efforts to strengthen and diversify Southern Nevada through 2019.
The 2018-2019 Action Plan was approved in November of 2017 by the LVGEA 50.
Click to read the LVGEA Action Plan