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The MEDC Board meets annually to evaluate the MEDC’s performance. The Board includes representatives appointed by the MEDC’s Interlocal partners, as well as the twenty members of the MEDC Executive Committee.
The overall management and control of the MEDC rests with an Executive Committee consisting of twenty members, appointed by the governor.
The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF), which oversees state economic development strategies, is an autonomous entity established by PA 270 of 1984. An 11-member board has statutory authority to direct state appropriations to support business development, community development, talent enhancement and state marketing activities, including the promotion of tourism, film industry, arts and cultural affairs.
The Governor’s Talent Investment Board (GTIB) is Michigan’s workforce investment board and its representation is consistent with the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) and regulations issued pursuant to the act. The GTIB provides a vital role in bringing citizen involvement, engagement, and oversight to the state’s talent enhancement effort.
The Commission for Logistics and Supply Chain (LSC) Collaboration was created by PA 76 of 2013 and replaced the Michigan Supply Chain Management Development Commission. The commission was created to advise state agencies on freight transportation and supply chain management issues. It will also work with local, state and regional governments and the Canadian government concerning economic development, trade and commerce, transportation and industrial affairs related to supply chain management.
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