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Great Lakes Regional Needs Assessment
The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) and NOAA Coastal Services Center (Center) have formed a partnership to conduct a needs assessment for the Great Lakes Region.
The needs assessment aims to identify regional (Great Lakes wide) needs/gaps within...........
That could be addressed by.............
Utilizing and delivering services such as...............
Coastal Community Development
Data Information Integration and Distribution
Ports and Navigation
NOAA Coastal Services Center will use the needs assessment to inform deployment of staff to the Great Lakes region.
The Great Lakes Commission will use the needs assessment to inform the Commission's new strategic (5-year) plan
Other agencies and organizations can also use the results of the needs assessment to inform their workplans and priorities.
Implementation of recommendation will be guided by the principles of:
Desotelle Consulting, PLC, based
out of Duluth, Minnesota conducted the regional needs assessment for
the Coastal Community Development (CCD) and Data Information Integration
and Distribution (DIID) issue areas. Dave Knight of the Great Lakes
Commission lead the needs assessment for the Ports and Navigation issue
February 13-14 Planning Team Meetings, Ann Arbor, MI
May 8 Planning Team Conference Calls