The Gulf Coast Economic Development District (GCEDD), through a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration, is developing an economic resilience plan for the 13 counties in the H-GAC planning region.
Economic Resilience is an economy's ability to recover quickly from a shock, the ability to withstand a shock, and the ability to avoid the shock altogether.
Often, the shocks/disruptions to the economic base of an area or region are manifested in three ways:
State and Federal Agency ResourcesDocument compiled by EDA and the Economic Recovery Support Function
The Regional Plan for Economic Resilience is now available for review. This plan:
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