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41-1564. Aerospace and defense strategic plan; requirements; report

A. The commission shall develop, use and maintain an aerospace and defense strategic plan that builds synergy between government, industry and education. The strategic plan shall:

1. Establish external communications and public information linkage to address and inform citizens and decision makers about aerospace and defense enterprises in this state.

2. Broaden and strengthen the communication and cooperation between the various key elements within the enterprises of commercial aviation, general aviation, defense, education, space, manufacturing, service and support and research and development.

3. Research and analyze economic, employment, competitive, capability, capacity and technology statistics to substantiate the health of the various enterprises.

4. Foster and leverage public or private partnerships to retain and promote aerospace, defense industries, related industry sectors and strategic zones of importance to the various enterprises.

5. Facilitate growth of existing industrial assets and new business opportunities for the aerospace and defense enterprise supplier base.

6. Provide procedures to liaison with other state and federal entities with related economic, educational, developmental and defense responsibilities or interests to support marketing of this state's unique aerospace and defense capabilities and assets.

7. Provide leadership and administrative support for targeted programs and incentives that promote aerospace and defense industry retention and development in this state.

8. Work to assure the workforce in this state is well trained, motivated and highly skilled in the areas important to aerospace and defense enterprises.

9. Work with educational institutions to encourage innovation and help attract aerospace and defense related research and development to this state.

B. The commission shall advise state agencies in order to maximize this state's response to market opportunities and to build on this state's unique aerospace and defense assets.

C. The commission shall benchmark other states, regions and countries that are competing for aerospace and defense industry opportunities.

D. The commission shall monitor the state of the various enterprises, assess key metrics and prescribe priorities to assure that aerospace and defense remains competitive in this state. Beginning on December 31, 2005, the commission shall submit a report of its findings pursuant to this subsection to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives on or before December 31 of each year and provide a copy of this report to the secretary of state and the director of the Arizona state library, archives and public records.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1564

41-1564. Aerospace and defense strategic plan; requirements; report

A. The commission shall develop, use and maintain an aerospace and defense strategic plan that builds synergy between government, industry and education. The strategic plan shall:

1. Establish external communications and public information linkage to address and inform citizens and decision makers about aerospace and defense enterprises in this state.

2. Broaden and strengthen the communication and cooperation between the various key elements within the enterprises of commercial aviation, general aviation, defense, education, space, manufacturing, service and support and research and development.

3. Research and analyze economic, employment, competitive, capability, capacity and technology statistics to substantiate the health of the various enterprises.

4. Foster and leverage public or private partnerships to retain and promote aerospace, defense industries, related industry sectors and strategic zones of importance to the various enterprises.

5. Facilitate growth of existing industrial assets and new business opportunities for the aerospace and defense enterprise supplier base.

6. Provide procedures to liaison with other state and federal entities with related economic, educational, developmental and defense responsibilities or interests to support marketing of this state's unique aerospace and defense capabilities and assets.

7. Provide leadership and administrative support for targeted programs and incentives that promote aerospace and defense industry retention and development in this state.

8. Work to assure the workforce in this state is well trained, motivated and highly skilled in the areas important to aerospace and defense enterprises.

9. Work with educational institutions to encourage innovation and help attract aerospace and defense related research and development to this state.

B. The commission shall advise state agencies in order to maximize this state's response to market opportunities and to build on this state's unique aerospace and defense assets.

C. The commission shall benchmark other states, regions and countries that are competing for aerospace and defense industry opportunities.

D. The commission shall monitor the state of the various enterprises, assess key metrics and prescribe priorities to assure that aerospace and defense remains competitive in this state. Beginning on December 31, 2005, the commission shall submit a report of its findings pursuant to this subsection to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives on or before December 31 of each year and provide a copy of this report to the secretary of state and the director of the Arizona state library, archives and public records.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1564

41-1564. Aerospace and defense strategic plan; requirements; report

A. The commission shall develop, use and maintain an aerospace and defense strategic plan that builds synergy between government, industry and education. The strategic plan shall:

1. Establish external communications and public information linkage to address and inform citizens and decision makers about aerospace and defense enterprises in this state.

2. Broaden and strengthen the communication and cooperation between the various key elements within the enterprises of commercial aviation, general aviation, defense, education, space, manufacturing, service and support and research and development.

3. Research and analyze economic, employment, competitive, capability, capacity and technology statistics to substantiate the health of the various enterprises.

4. Foster and leverage public or private partnerships to retain and promote aerospace, defense industries, related industry sectors and strategic zones of importance to the various enterprises.

5. Facilitate growth of existing industrial assets and new business opportunities for the aerospace and defense enterprise supplier base.

6. Provide procedures to liaison with other state and federal entities with related economic, educational, developmental and defense responsibilities or interests to support marketing of this state's unique aerospace and defense capabilities and assets.

7. Provide leadership and administrative support for targeted programs and incentives that promote aerospace and defense industry retention and development in this state.

8. Work to assure the workforce in this state is well trained, motivated and highly skilled in the areas important to aerospace and defense enterprises.

9. Work with educational institutions to encourage innovation and help attract aerospace and defense related research and development to this state.

B. The commission shall advise state agencies in order to maximize this state's response to market opportunities and to build on this state's unique aerospace and defense assets.

C. The commission shall benchmark other states, regions and countries that are competing for aerospace and defense industry opportunities.

D. The commission shall monitor the state of the various enterprises, assess key metrics and prescribe priorities to assure that aerospace and defense remains competitive in this state. Beginning on December 31, 2005, the commission shall submit a report of its findings pursuant to this subsection to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives on or before December 31 of each year and provide a copy of this report to the secretary of state and the director of the Arizona state library, archives and public records.

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