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Arizona State and Local Government Documents Collection


Date Range
1999 2010

The study was conducted in response to concerns from state leaders about the perceived shortage of construction workers and the impact that this shortage may be having on the industry’s ability to meet the growing residential and commercial demand for construction. The purpose of this study is to document the state of the industry, its workforce, and its capacity to prepare skilled workers to meet a growing demand.

Contributors
Poole, Kenneth E., Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2005-02

Briefly outlines Commerce accomplishments for each fiscal year. On June 29, 2010, Governor Jan Brewer established the Arizona Commerce Authority, focused on rebuilding Commerce from the ground up.

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2000/2010

This report examines several state and community programs from across the nation that are taking steps to improve the deployment of broadband telecommunications infrastructure to historically unserved or underserved areas. There are three general models for these programs. One scenario has seen states like Washington and Colorado act as aggregators of public sector demand for advanced telecommunications infrastructure and anchor tenants that purchase enough statewide service to create the demand required to get the private sector to invest the necessary resources to deliver capability to all parts of the state. A second scenario in states like Michigan, California, Vermont and ...

Contributors
Center for Digital Government, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2007-04

The Arizona Department of Commerce has the legislated responsibility to develop a 10 year economic plan for the State of Arizona that wants to accelerate solar adoption, and develop a solar electric industry within the state that would provide economic development. Arizona incentives for solar are mostly provided by the utilities. Technology improvements/cost reductions will allow central solar to compete with conventional baseload and intermediate generation. Implementing the roadmap initiatives will allow AZ to build upon its assets and policies to establish a leadership position in fostering solar.

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2007-01

The purpose of this analysis is to identify supplier gaps in Arizona based on secondary data as well as a statewide buyer survey. The buyer survey includes results from a web-based questionnaire, as well as personal interviews. The analysis is structured around twelve industries of opportunity identified in “Arizona’s Economic Future,” prepared by Economy.com in August 2002. One of the ways that buyer supplier relationships in Arizona could be strengthened is through a statewide program that would provide resources to allow buyers and local suppliers to identify each other more easily to and provide better feedback to suppliers enabling them ...

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2005-10

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Project purpose -- 1.2. Project goals -- 1.3. Guiding principles -- 1.4. Public participation -- 1.5. Plan implementation -- 2. Study area overview -- 2.1. Historical growth and development -- 2.2. Existing development pattern -- 2.3. Growth potential and planned land use (municipal and county) -- 2.4. Auxiliary Field #1 operations -- 2.5. Land ownership -- 3. Review of existing legislation -- 3.1. Existing land-use compatibility legislation, ordinances, and guidelines -- 3.2. Differences ...

Contributors
Parsons Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2004-05

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program Military bases -- Arizona -- Yuma County

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation
Created Date
2005-11

Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Project purpose -- 1.2. Project goals -- 1.3. Guiding principles -- 1.4. Public participation -- 1.5. Plan implementation -- 2. Study area overview -- 2.1. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base -- 2.2. City of Tucson and Pima County -- 2.3. Planning within the joint land use study area -- 2.4. Generalized land use -- 2.5. Jurisdictional and land ownership patterns -- 3. Review of existing legislation -- 3.1. Existing land-use compatibility legislation, ordinances, and guidelines -- 3.2. Comparison of existing regulations and guidance -- 3.3. Review of legislation/regulations related to the operation of military Facilities ...

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation, Maguire Company, et al.
Created Date
2004-02

The executive summary highlights key points from the full report which was prepared to present the Economic Impact of Arizona's Principal Military Operations and contains a more complete presentation of the study effort and findings.

Contributors
Maguire Company, ESI Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2008

This study was commissioned by the State of Arizona to update the 2002 Economic Impact of Arizona's Principal Military Operations study and to document the economic importance of military operations within Arizona. One of the largest and yet frequently overlooked employers in Arizona is the United States Department of Defense

Contributors
Maguire Company, ESI Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2008

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.

Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.