Oregon has a diverse and dynamic economy that provides jobs and prosperity for all Oregonians.
> Prepare Oregon's workforce for the 21st century economy.
> Drive down the cost of doing business in Oregon by reforming major cost drivers like health care.
> Grow Oregon’s traded sector and industry clusters.
> Leverage Oregon’s global competitive advantage for industries like advanced manufacturing, clean technology, high technology, forestry products, specialty agriculture and apparel.
> Seed innovation and bring new ideas to market through Signature Research Centers.
> Increase access to capital, markets, and support for small businesses.
> Improve the regulatory environment for large and small businesses.
> Leverage private dollars for investments in local infrastructure.
> Revamp workforce training to better align with employer needs.
> Support regional solutions and align local, regional, and state economic development priorities.
> Increase access to opportunities for state contracts among minority- and women- owned businesses.
> Increase harvest levels on federal timberlands while preserving wildlife and key habitat.
> Improve access to water, land and lower energy costs for agriculture.
> 25,000 net new jobs are created per year.
> Oregonians are earning family wages with per capita income exceeding the national average.
> The objectives of the Oregon Business Plan are met.
> The value of Oregon’s agricultural exports increase by at least 50%.
> Harvest levels on federal forests return to their long-term average.
> State contracts with minority- or women-owned businesses meet or exceed 10% of the value of all agency contracts every year where eligible firms exist.
> More community participation directing community investment priorities.