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Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)

 

Background

In partnership with the Cape Cod Economic Development Council and many other organizations, the Cape Cod Commission prepares the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Cape Cod, a five-year strategic plan. The CEDS is built on the economic development goals of the Regional Policy Plan and identifies regional priority projects that will move the region's economy towards a sustainable future.

The Commission leads the CEDS planning process. The Economic Development Council is its strategy committee. Municipalities, local and regional chambers of commerce, school districts, and private businesses participate. Numerous regional organizations involved in economic development are central to the process (see sidebar list to right).
 

» Latest Documents:

 

2014 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Five-year Update - Cover of ReportFINAL 2014 CEDS Five-year Update (June 30, 2014) 

The final version of the CEDS document was approved by the Cape Cod Economic Development Council and the Cape Cod Commission by June 30, 2014, and was submitted to the US Department of Commerce/Economic Development Administration for review and certification. Certification gives the region and towns eligibility status for potential federal funding for certain public works, planning, and technical assistance projects related to economic development.

2014 CEDS materials included:

 

Previous CEDS Reports 

The Commission submitted the last five-year CEDS report in 2009. Annual reports describe accomplishments and milestones since then.

 

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