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Columbus, OH 43215




Redesigning Ohio

Ohio is facing an unprecedented fiscal crisis. Although we're not alone, we would be remiss in not taking this opportunity to transform our state government to one that is sustainable and provides greater value to our citizens. Getting more for less is both the best response to our current crisis and a necessary step toward building a strong state economy that can compete in the 21st century. The time for action is now. Our state government must become more flexible, adaptable and innovative -- searching constantly for new ways to improve services and heighten productivity.
The following report and executive summary is the result of a year-long project undertaken by Ohio's Metropolitan Chambers of Commerce and the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. The Chambers that participated include:
  • The Ohio Chamber of Commerce
  • Greater Akron Chamber 
  • Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
  • Columbus Chamber
  • Greater Cleveland Partnership
  • Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber
  • Toledo Chamber of Commerce
  • Dayton Chamber of Commerce
The consultants who played major roles throughout this process include David Osborne, senior partner of Public Strategies Group and co-author of The Price of Government and Reinventing Government and Greg Browning, Ph.D., president of Capital Partners in Columbus, Ohio and former director of the Ohio Office of Budget and Management.


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