Building a Stronger South Dakota: The Daugaard Plan for Economic Recoveryhttp://ambur.net/stratml/BSSD.xmlDennis Daugaard for GovernorDDfG_b31dde86-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aDennis DaugaardCandidate for Governor of the State of South Dakota[To be named]A diverse economy with jobs for everyone._b31de390-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aTo build a stronger South Dakota – by creating jobs and growing our economy._b31de87c-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aBusiness ClimateBUILD AN INNOVATIVE BUSINESS CLIMATE_b31de9da-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI[To be named][To be named]South Dakota is already the best place in the nation to do business. As Governor, I’ll maintain that rating – and make our business climate even stronger. That means keeping taxes low, resisting an activist federal government, and retooling state government to encourage private enterprise.Taxes and SpendingKeep taxes low and control government spending._b31dead4-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.A[To be named][To be named]South Dakota has the lowest per capita tax burden in the nation. I’ll keep it that way – because it is one of the main reasons that we are the best state in the nation to do business. As Governor, I won’t raise taxes, except in the case of an emergency like a blizzard or a flood. Economic growth is the best way to create more revenue for the state in the long-term. In the short-term, the state will have to restrain spending so that we can balance our budget without raising taxes. This will require discipline and tough choices, but I’ve had to balance a budget at Children’s Home Society and in my own home. I will do the same for South Dakota. The silver lining of the national recession is that many companies are looking for ways to stay competitive. One South Dakota business owner who relocated his company from California, when asked what brought him to our state, answered with one word: “California.” California, Oregon and many other states are responding to economic turmoil with even higher taxes, and more businesses are looking to escape. We need to offer these companies an opportunity to succeed in South Dakota.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Economic Development DepartmentElevate Economic Development back to cabinet level._b31dec0a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.B[To be named][To be named]My top priority as Governor will be to create jobs and jumpstart our economy. Economic development should be a central focus on every activity of state government. That’s why I will elevate the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to cabinet-level and appoint a strong person to lead that office.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Innovation and Target IndustriesReevaluate our target industries and be innovative in attracting development._b31ded68-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.C[To be named][To be named]Every business that expands in or relocates to South Dakota has a positive effect on our state. But we need to seek more than development and expansion – we need to seek transformation of our economy. South Dakota began as state that relied almost entirely on agriculture, but throughout our history, we have seized opportunities for “high-impact” change. We built Mount Rushmore and created Custer State Park to jumpstart the tourism industry. We changed our banking laws to attract Citibank and other financial institutions. We saved Ellsworth Air Force Base and acted to secure its long-term future. We’ve promoted the development of ethanol and wind energy. And we’ve invested in the Homestake Lab and university research to create a knowledge-based economy. We need our next Governor to find the next high-impact development and bring about transformational change. I am prepared to do that. South Dakota cannot succeed if we seek to be a “jack of all trades.” We need to identify specific industries for growth and development. I will lead a cooperative effort of state and local governments, economic development organizations, and business leaders. We will perform a comprehensive review of our primary targets for business development, identify our state’s natural strengths and advantages, and target industries that fit with those strengths. In doing this, we must also recognize that we are in competition for development with other states, and we need to be aware of the incentives and advantages they offer to potential businesses. Our goal is to show targeted companies that South Dakota is the most competitive location to invest and succeed. We cannot rely solely on our low-tax environment, because many new businesses have high startup costs and do not expect to pay many taxes for the first few years of operation. We need to be prepared to offer them the “complete package”:  South Dakota’s natural advantages: Not just low taxes and reasonable regulation, but a strong, productive, educated workforce and a high quality of life that includes great education and health care, a low crime rate, and unique opportunities for outdoor recreation.  Close proximity to particular natural resources, suppliers and vendors, consumers, or specialized workers that are necessary for the targeted industry.  Incentives targeted to the particular industry, in the form of favorable tax and regulatory reforms, investments in infrastructure or workforce development, or financing through REDI or other economic development tools.  We should identify and target high-ranking business officials with ties to South Dakota. Just as Dakota Roots seeks to bring former South Dakotans back to our state, we should find those business leaders who know South Dakota and understand what makes our state special. We will invite these business leaders to come home to South Dakota – and to bring their companies with them! State economic development efforts are an investment, and we should always invest wisely. Before we pursue development opportunities, we should conduct a “value assessment,” to estimate the impact that the development would have on the state’s economy and on state and local government. We should also not hesitate to require companies that receive incentives to commit to certain benchmarks for job growth or productivity – and to require repayment if companies fall short.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]SalesmanshipMake the Governor South Dakota’s number-one salesman._b31dee8a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.D[To be named][To be named]As Governor, I will be the number one salesman and advocate for South Dakota to companies around the nation. We should not allow our economic development efforts to be steered only by inquiries from companies looking to expand or relocate. These contacts are important, but they are low-level – exchanging a company’s mass-mailed inquiry for the state’s a promotional flier. We need to engage companies CEO-to-CEO. The Governor should not merely be a “closer” when a development deal is near completion. As Governor, I will use my office to meet with CEOs, site selectors, and industry organizations upfront, and I will personally sell them on what South Dakota has to offer.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Regulation and GrowthResist federal efforts to over-regulate and stifle economic growth._b31deffc-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.E[To be named][To be named]The federal government is dramatically expanding the scope of federal power, and it’s not a good thing. The activist EPA has already killed the environmentally-friendly Big Stone II project and the Basin Electric NextGen plant in Selby. Now it is putting up roadblocks at Hyperion and threatening to impose massive new expenses on South Dakota dairies and industrial facilities. The “cap-and-trade” scheme would dramatically increase energy costs for South Dakota’s families and businesses, and EPA proposals to regulate greenhouse gasses are just as dangerous to our economy. The federal takeover of health care would actually increase the cost of health care, rather than contain costs. I will join with my fellow governors and use the “bully pulpit” of the Governor’s Office to resist federal actions that erode state autonomy and hurt businesses and families.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]REDI FundRevamp REDI Fund_b31df182-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.F[To be named][To be named]The REDI Fund was created in 1987 to encourage business development with targeted and strategic financing. The world of credit and banking has changed substantially since the 1980s. At that time, the principal challenge facing business was high interest rates, which had topped 20 percent early in the decade. We need to reevaluate and reform REDI for today’s lending environment, where credit in many cases is not available at all, and lenders are making greater demands for capitalization and security. I’ll work with banking and business leaders to revamp REDI for the next era of business development in South Dakota. I’ll recapitalize REDI, by adding additional dollars to the revolving loan fund. Governor Mickelson created REDI with $40 million, using a temporary sales tax. In the two decades since, the interest income from REDI loans has increased the Fund’s total value to roughly $90 million; however, this increase has barely kept up with the rate of inflation. I will increase the total value of the REDI Fund to $150 million within four years. Rather than increase a tax to recapitalize REDI, I will do a complete audit of state-owned assets to determine whether state holdings, such as land or investments, could be sold and reinvested in the REDI Fund. Recapitalized REDI is not an expense; it is a decision to invest in South Dakota businesses, in South Dakota jobs, and in the future of our state’s economy.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Future FundPreserve the Future Fund as a flexible tool for economic development._b31df2e0-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.G[To be named][To be named]Governor Mickelson created the Future Fund to provide a flexible resource for encouraging job creation and economic growth in South Dakota. In the years since it was created, the Future Fund has served us well, by allowing governors the flexibility to “close the deal.” I understand that the Future Fund’s source of revenue, the unemployment insurance fund, may come into question as we continue to secure the fiscal standing of the UI fund. But I will fight to keep the Future Fund as a tool for economic development efforts.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Value-Added ManufacturingDevelop “value-added manufacturing”._b31df484-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.H[To be named][To be named]For years, our state has emphasized value-added agriculture – the idea that we should retain wealth in our state by processing and packaging our ag products in South Dakota. I propose a similar approach in manufacturing. As Governor, we will work with our state’s current manufacturers to inventory the out-of-state companies that are vendors of their raw materials, or consumers of their products. These out-of-state vendors and consumers are prime prospects to recruit to South Dakota; they already have relationships with South Dakota companies and are familiar with the state’s business climate. By bringing together vendor companies and consumer companies in South Dakota, we will bring down transportation and shipping costs for everyone. We can also create a “cluster” of related companies that could attract even more growth and development in related industries. As in agriculture, we can keep more wealth and more jobs in South Dakota by integrating vendors, suppliers, manufacturers and consumers in our state.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Small Town SpecialistsCreate “small town specialists” in economic development._b31df632-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.I[To be named][To be named]South Dakota’s small towns are a crucial part of our state’s economy. Though many small towns find themselves in decline, these communities have a unique quality of life and a lot to offer to businesses and potential residents. In a world where communication and transportation become easier and more affordable every day, more people can make the choice to live and work in a small town. We need to make sure they are aware of the opportunities South Dakota has to offer. Small towns need local leaders who want to reinvent their communities and grow. The state’s role is to give communities the tools they need to succeed. I will work with local and regional economic development organizations and business leaders to identify and train “small town specialists.” These specialists will work with local leaders to help communities make contacts, create plans and goals, and promote themselves to potential businesses.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]MicroLOAN ProgramReform the South Dakota MicroLOAN program to expand financing for small town businesses._b31df7cc-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.J[To be named][To be named]The MicroLOAN program provides loans for small businesses for working capital, equipment, real estate or other fixed asset project costs. The program joins with a community bank in providing loans, with maximum available financing of $50,000. Currently, this program is underutilized because it is too bureaucratic. I would reform the program in a few ways: * I will dramatically cut back on the required paperwork to apply. Too often, community bankers don’t bother to offer this opportunity to businesses because of the burdensome application process. * I will expand eligibility and increase the maximum loan amount. * I will create a faster approval process. In most cases, the community bankers know their customers. If the banker is comfortable issuing half of the loan, MicroLOAN should be comfortable loaning the other half. * I will put an emphasis on loans to aid in the sale of small businesses. In many small town businesses, the value of a business’s inventory makes its total value so high that banks won’t consider financing a potential purchaser. We can use the MicroLOAN program to solve this problem, so small town businesses can be sold and remain open.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Community Development Block GrantsRefocus Community Development Block Grants_b31df9a2-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.K[To be named][To be named]As we work with local community leaders to identify projects that will attract new business and residents to their communities, the state must ensure that it has the flexibility to meet the needs of each community. The Community Development Block Grant program (CDBG) was created to allow the state to make targeted investments in improving our communities. In recent years, these grants have been used for very limited purposes. Those projects are important, but as Governor I will ensure that CDBG is flexible so that it can help our communities develop infrastructure, improve quality of life, and meet their development goals.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Internet Sales TaxLobby Congress to allow states to tax internet sales._b31dfb82-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.L[To be named][To be named]The rise of online retail sales presents significant competition to South Dakota retailers. Although competition is healthy, retailers deserve to compete on a level playing field. South Dakota retailers support our communities and employ our citizens – yet they are at a disadvantage because South Dakota cannot collect the sales and use tax that is owed on internet-based purchases. Twenty-three states, including South Dakota, have joined together to adopt “streamlined sales tax” provisions, so that internet-based retailers can easily comply with the sales tax laws of different states. But states cannot collect sales and use tax from internet-based retailers until Congress passes enabling legislation. This is not an “internet tax” or a new tax. This proposal would merely allow the state to collect taxes that are already owed, but are not paid, on internet-based sales. I will join with my fellow governors to lobby Congress, so that states can finally collect sales and use tax on these purchases. If South Dakota is allowed to collect this tax, it could recover as much as $48 million in taxes that have been lost to online sales. But this proposal is not about raising revenue – it is about leveling the playing field for South Dakota’s retailers.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Tribal RelationshipsBuild stronger relationships with tribal leaders._b31dfd4e-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aI.M[To be named][To be named]Our reservations are a critical part of our state. Unlike many rural areas, the reservations continue to experience significant population growth. Several reservation counties are among the poorest in America, and the reservations face challenges in creating jobs and attracting development, providing health care and education, and protecting the public through law enforcement and social services. As Governor, I’ll work to build close relationships with tribal leaders, and make the state an active participant in facing these numerous challenges. I will designate a cabinet-level “ambassador” to work, every day, with tribal leaders and open doors for the tribes within state government. And I will meet with tribal leadership – anytime, anywhere – to discuss the issues we face. These are not “tribal problems” – they are South Dakota problems. I see several ways that the State can help to encourage job creation and economic growth on the reservations. One opportunity is the 8(a) Business Development Program through the federal Small Business Administration. This program certifies minority-owned businesses and gives them preference for federal contracts. The South Dakota Procurement and Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) already works with South Dakota businesses who wish to contract with local, state or federal agencies. PTAC can offer expertise and assistance to minority-owned businesses on the reservations, to help them obtain 8(a) certification and obtain federal contracts. A significant obstacle to development on the reservations is the availability of financing. As Governor, I will work with tribal governments and banking officials to identify and overcome obstacles to financing. By developing a template to allow banks to finance projects on tribal lands, we can unlock new sources for investment in development. I will also instruct tourism officials to work with tribal leaders to identify and market opportunities for visitors to our state to visit the reservations. In much of the world, South Dakota is best known for our Native American cultures. This image emerges from films like Dances With Wolves, and is strengthened by attractions like Crazy Horse Memorial. Visitors to South Dakota should have the opportunity to witness a pow-wow and learn about the proud history of the Native American people. These are just a few ideas. No one representing state government should pretend to have all the answers. We need to work with the tribes to understand what we can do to help, and we need to be flexible and creative as we work through difficult problems. I am committed to opening the conversation. I hope this can lead to job creation – but I’ll do it because it’s the right thing to do.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Competitive AdvantagesBUILD ON SOUTH DAKOTA’S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES_b31dff6a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII[To be named][To be named]In South Dakota, we have a lot going for us. We have committed farmers and ranchers, unmatched opportunities for tourism and recreation, first-class health care, and potential for growth in renewable energy. As we build a stronger economy, we should build upon our strengths.Ag ForumConvene an annual Governor’s Forum on Agriculture._b31e019a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.A[To be named][To be named]Agriculture is South Dakota’s #1 industry and the foundation of our state’s economy. I grew up on a family farm, and I understand that farming and ranching is more than a career – it is a way of life. Many of the values that define our state – hard work, self-reliance and cooperation – have their roots on the family farm. Strengthening agriculture not only helps farmers and ranchers – it helps the numerous ag-based businesses in our small towns, and brings wealth to every corner of our state. Each year, I will host a Governor’s Forum on Agriculture, with every commodity group and stakeholder represented, to explore new ways to strengthen farms and ranches and expand our ag-based economy. As Governor, I want to open the lines of communication to ensure that state government is acting in the best interests of our farmers and ranchers. My door will always be open.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Value-Added agricultureStrengthen and expand value-added agriculture._b31e03a2-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.B[To be named][To be named]The traditional idea of value-added agriculture is bringing more steps in the production process – such as processing and packaging – into South Dakota. We’ve done that with Dakota Provisions, the turkey plant in Huron, and I will continue to pursue the construction of a beef plant in Aberdeen. I will aggressively pursue value-added agriculture opportunities, so that the wealth created by South Dakota commodities stays in South Dakota. This effort will include reinventing the “South Dakota Certified Beef” program. This program is a great concept – South Dakota beef producers continue to raise a quality product and deserve a premium for their efforts. The program has not been perfect, and there are ample opportunities for improvement. I will work with current and potential participants, as well as others with knowledge of the cattle industry, to strengthen the program. We need to learn from the history of this program and be open-minded about ways to improve it. I’m not ready to give up on South Dakota Certified Beef, and I want to see it live up to its full potential.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]International TradePursue opportunities for international trade and exports._b31e06ae-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.C[To be named][To be named]It’s time for South Dakota to become a major player on the world stage. I will ask GOED, Tourism, and the Department of Agriculture to each designate one person to coordinate international trade efforts. These officials, along with industry and economic development leaders, will work as a Task Force to coordinate international trade efforts. In some parts of the world, state government officials can help to open doors and identify opportunities for business relationships. My friend Jack Dalrymple, the Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota, has led several international trade missions that included North Dakota business representatives. These missions have led to new business relationships, including a deal with Taiwan to buy 31 million bushels of wheat from North Dakota and Montana. If North Dakota can do it, South Dakota can do it. As Governor, I will ask the business community to join me in seeking out opportunities to expand our overseas markets and create new ones. One obvious opportunity is to market SD Certified Beef to Asian markets, where they particularly value beef that is documented for safety. This effort should not be limited to agriculture, however – South Dakota should be selling its products, be they ag commodities or manufactured goods, to markets all over the world.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]BiotechnologyPromote business development in biotechnology._b31e0910-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.D[To be named][To be named]South Dakota is in a strong position to create new businesses and new jobs in the fast-changing field of biotechnology. Biotech is already emerging as a “cluster industry,” with about ten companies in southeast South Dakota. The Drought Tolerance Research Center at SDSU is also supporting development in this industry. And the biotech industry is a sound complement to our strong health care sector. Sioux Falls is hosting the First Annual Ag Biotech trade show in September 2010, which demonstrates that our state is already taking a lead in this area. As we identify targets for business development in South Dakota, and craft competitive packages to attract growth, biotech needs to be at the top of the list.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]TourismAggressively promote the visitor industry, and make Tourism a cabinet-level position._b31e0b4a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.E[To be named][To be named]Tourism is South Dakota’s #2 industry, and it contributes substantially to our state’s economy. At a time when many sectors of the economy are hurting, the visitor industry in South Dakota remains strong; we’ve consistently outpaced national trends in visitor spending. Our state has so much to offer visitors, and as Governor, I will be the number-one advocate for South Dakota as a tourist destination. I will also put the Secretary of Tourism back in the cabinet, to send a strong message that the Governor supports our second largest industry.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Tourism Tax and Million Dollar ChallengeContinue the Tourism Tax to support the Million Dollar Challenge and other cooperative marketing efforts._b31e0e10-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.F[To be named][To be named]I will fight to retain the extra 0.5 percent tax that the visitor industry placed on itself in 2009. I understand that these revenues provide the funding for our cooperative efforts to promote South Dakota Tourism. One successful promotion effort is the Million Dollar Challenge. This cooperative marketing program has encouraged communities – from Faith and Akaska to Chamberlain and Watertown – to create and market new attractions and events, and bring more visitors to their cities. One attraction promoted by the Million Dollar Challenge attracted 14,000 visitors to Faith, a town of 500 people. Other communities participating have seen double-digit increases in visitor spending. I know a successful program when I see one – and I’ll continue the Million Dollar Challenge. The Million Dollar Challenge is only one program that brings the state together with communities and businesses to promote the visitor industry. The new “Digital Revolution” cooperative allows any business in the visitor industry to gain online exposure to millions of potential visitors. The program gives businesses their own web page on the tourism website, www.travelsd.com, and provides the ability to edit content, upload photos and videos, and provide online booking directly from the page. Programs like these benefit all businesses, big or small, but are particularly beneficial for new businesses, or those with limited marketing budgets.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Outdoor RecreationIncrease our focus on developing and promoting outdoor recreation._b31e10a4-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.G[To be named][To be named]South Dakota is known as “The Land of Infinite Variety,” and we have outstanding opportunities for outdoor recreation – hunting and fishing, hiking and biking, water sports and winter sports. Outdoor recreation brings thousands of visitors and hundreds of millions of dollars to our state every year. I’m committed to conserving our natural resources so that visitors can enjoy our outdoors for years to come. Our state parks need to be protected, well-maintained, and easily accessible to visitors. We will work with landowners to expand opportunities for hunting and fishing. We must ensure that our visitors’ experiences in South Dakota are unforgettable.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Agri-TourismPromote agri-tourism._b31e131a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.H[To be named][To be named]I will support and promote the development of “agri-tourism” as an emerging part of the visitor industry. Simply stated, agri-tourism is the crossroads of agriculture and tourism – our two largest industries. These attractions can be anything from wineries and garden tours to demonstration farms and corn mazes. As more and more Americans grow up and live in urban environments, there will be an increased demand by visitors to experience life on a farm or ranch. With our variety of ag operations, South Dakota can be a leader in attracting these visitors. As Governor, I want to ensure that families and entrepreneurs who venture into this segment of tourism have the support in place to operate successful agri-tourism businesses. Legislation that encourages such businesses to develop and expand, like the liability protection bill passed during the 2010 session, only further these opportunities for the growth of our tourism industry.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Renewable EconomyLeverage the transition to a renewable economy._b31e15e0-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.I[To be named][To be named]The world is transitioning from an economy based on fossil fuels to an economy based on renewable resources. South Dakota doesn’t have as many fossil fuels as other states, but we are in a very strong position to leverage the transition to a renewable economy. Developing renewable sources of energy – wind, ethanol and biodiesel – is an obvious and important part of the project, but it is not the only part. We often forget that many of the materials we use every day – including plastics and synthetic fibers – are made from fossil fuels. New scientific breakthroughs are creating sugar-based polymers that are biodegradable and produced with renewable plant products. South Dakota should be a leader in creating new materials based upon our renewable commodities. I will push for university research and development in this area, because it holds great potential for transformation of our economy.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Ethanol and Bio-DieselAggressively promote ethanol and bio-diesel development._b31e18b0-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.J[To be named][To be named]South Dakota’s ethanol industry has been a phenomenal success over the past 20 years. We currently have 14 ethanol plants, producing more than one billion gallons of ethanol per year. That’s 8.5 percent of the nation’s ethanol supply. Ethanol has created new jobs and new wealth for thousands of South Dakotans, and has given our nation a clean, renewable energy source. I will continue to be an advocate for ethanol. I will promote the development of the proposed dedicated ethanol pipeline, which will transport ethanol from South Dakota to eastern markets. I will push the EPA to quickly approve 15 percent ethanol blends to move the “blend wall,” so Americans can use even more ethanol. And I will strongly support the development of cellulosic ethanol – fuels made from corn stover, forest slash and other bio-matter. Cellulosic ethanol converts “disposable” materials into a new source of fuel for our nation, and a new source of wealth for our state. I will also join with other Midwestern governors and industry leaders in resisting federal regulatory efforts that stifle the expansion of the ethanol industry. It will do us no good to develop new sources of ethanol, and increase demand and distribution capacity, if federal regulators prevent the construction or expansion of ethanol plants. The growth of the ethanol industry has not been led by the state – it is a great example of the strength of private enterprise. I’ll do whatever I can to aid these efforts. If the universities can help research and develop cellulosic ethanol, I’ll support them. If our tax laws need to be changed to facilitate this industry’s development, we’ll change them. And if the state just needs to step back and stay out of the way, we’ll remain ethanol’s biggest supporter. As South Dakota’s bio-diesel industry continues to develop, I will do everything I can to help this industry join ethanol as a source of clean, renewable energy for South Dakota and the world.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Wind EnergyAggressively promote wind energy._b31e1b6c-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.K[To be named][To be named]The growth in wind energy during the Rounds administration has been staggering – from 3 megawatts produced in South Dakota to nearly 300 megawatts. I expect that capacity to double in 2010. As Governor, I won’t let up one bit. I’ll work with landowners and the industry to reevaluate South Dakota’s tax laws and regulatory processes. I’ll push for more university research in this area, so that we can continue to increase efficiency and bring down generation costs. I’ll promote multi-state transmission projects like the Green Power Express to make it easier and more cost effective to export South Dakota wind power. The cancelation of the Big Stone II project, due to an over-activist EPA and Minnesota regulators, prevented the construction of significant new transmission capacity. We cannot let our wind energy resources remain “stranded” in South Dakota because of limited transmission. I will be a strong national voice for renewable energy. We cannot allow federal and regional policies, dealing with transmission line approval and payment for transmission lines, prevent South Dakota from becoming a national leader in wind power. As Governor, I’ll push for common sense reform that will speed the development of our renewable resources.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Energy Saving ProgramCreate an energy saving program for industry and for local government._b31e1e8c-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.L[To be named][To be named]Energy efficiency can help meet the expected demand for new electricity over the next twenty years. I will create a rotating loan fund to allow local units of government – cities, counties and schools – to perform “energy audits” and make investments to reduce long-term energy costs. I’ll also work with utility companies and the PUC to encourage private businesses to invest in energy efficiency. By investing in energy efficiency now, we can enjoy substantial long-term energy savings.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Hyperion RefineryMake the Hyperion refinery a reality._b31e2198-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.M[To be named][To be named]The Hyperion refinery, which would be the first new refinery in the United States in decades, is an incredible opportunity for South Dakota. Construction of the refinery will cost $10 billion and will employ an average of 4,500 workers over a four year period. Once complete, the refinery will employ over 1,800 people in jobs paying approximately $20-$30 per hour. The Hyperion refinery project faces volatile energy prices and uncertain financial markets, and the state must do what it can to help this project become a success. Of course, we expect Hyperion to meet or exceed all state and federal environmental requirements for this project, and to address the legitimate concerns of those in the community. As Governor, however, I will[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Health CareStrengthen the health care sector._b31e247c-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.N[To be named][To be named]South Dakota has a world-class health care system, and our aging population will continue to demand access to affordable health care. As Governor, I will work to strengthen our health care system. Fighting a federal takeover of health care is important, but there is more to do. Health information technology holds promise as one way to reduce health care costs in the long term. This is accomplished in a number of ways. Electronic medical records improve continuity of care, and electronic medication management systems can reduce medication errors. A partnership between the private sector and state government can provide the leadership necessary to promote quality and efficiency by fostering e-Health initiatives to improve care, quality and outcomes, and to introduce new technologies into the marketplace. One of the principle challenges facing our health care sector over the next decade is ensuring that we have a medical workforce that is sufficient to meet increasing demand. My plans to meet this challenge are enumerated in the section dealing with workforce development and education.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Homestake LabSecure the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory at Homestake._b31e27a6-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.O[To be named][To be named]The creation of a national deep underground laboratory at Homestake will be one of the most significant developments in South Dakota in our lifetime. In the past, Homestake generated gold – one of the oldest signs of wealth. Soon, Homestake will generate a wealth of new knowledge about the basic building blocks of the universe. Governor Rounds has led the effort to develop this lab, and I have helped him every step of the way. I am also excited by the National Science Foundation’s strong commitment to the lab. In September 2009, NSF demonstrated its continued support with another $29 million grant to develop the deep underground laboratory. The formation of a large research laboratory will have a profound impact on the regional economy. Homestake is already creating economic activity in South Dakota – today, there are over 40 high-paying jobs at the lab itself, and researchers at the School of Mines are also contributing. In addition, much of the NSF funding will flow through the School of Mines, and many of the NSF planning and development projects will be undertaken by South Dakota businesses. A national laboratory at Homestake will employ from 500 to 1,000 people, and could potentially receive hundreds of millions of dollars in research funds. Now is the time to start planning for the direct and indirect effects this will have on the state and local economy. As Governor, I will also prioritize the next step: encouraging the development of business spin-offs from the science conducted at the laboratory. We must strengthen our state’s infrastructure for commercializing research and bringing together researchers and entrepreneurs. Homestake’s transformational potential means that our economic development efforts should target high-tech industries that can benefit from the research conducted at the lab, and from the cluster of supporting businesses and spin-offs the lab will create. Current South Dakota companies need to have the opportunity to benefit from the development of Homestake. I will instruct GOED to work with the SD Science and Technology Authority (SDSTA) to assist South Dakota companies and the science community with matching the equipment and supply needs of the lab to the skills and companies within South Dakota. GOED, SDSTA, and the state Bureau of Administration will coordinate areas of need like equipment and supplies, warehouse space, housing, and other business services, and inform South Dakota businesses about the opportunities to bid for these contracts. The Homestake lab will not just transform the Northern Black Hills – it will transform the whole state. It will bring incredible new opportunities for learning and discovery for our young people. In addition, the lab will join historic Deadwood, the Minuteman Missile historic site, the Mammoth site in Hot Springs, and other educational visitor destinations in western South Dakota. I am ready to aggressively pursue Homestake as Governor, and we will secure the national laboratory for our state.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Ellsworth Air Force BaseSecure Ellsworth Air Force Base._b31e2ada-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aII.P[To be named][To be named]As Lt. Governor, I led the effort to create the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority (SDEDA). SDEDA works with local units of government to coordinate economic development efforts and bring new industries and opportunities to Ellsworth AFB. South Dakotans united to save Ellsworth during the last round of base closures. Now, we must ensure that Ellsworth is always the best place for the Department of Defense to conduct its national defense mission. This means working with our congressional delegation to strengthen and secure Ellsworth’s missions and maintain its important role in our national defense. We also have to expand the economic infrastructure around the base to further integrate it with the community and make Ellsworth even more valuable. The high concentration of current and former military personnel in the Black Hills makes the region a good fit for additional development in the defense industry. In addition, the School of Mines is home to the Repair, Refurbish, and Return to Service Applied Research Center, a research center focused on defense-related research. I will explore opportunities for private sector development relating to the defense industry. Just outside the base’s main gate, 120 acres have been set aside for a high tech industrial park. GOED should work with local leaders to make this the state’s first “certified ready” site, so that businesses can quickly begin development at that site.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Education SystemBUILD A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR A 21ST CENTURY WORKFORCE_b31e2e04-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII[To be named][To be named]I want our young people to be able to live and work here in South Dakota. That means creating jobs that provide diverse opportunities for fulfilling employment in our state. I want our state to have good-paying jobs for everyone – at all levels of education and expertise. And I want South Dakota businesses to have access to a skilled, educated, productive workforce. Education is the key to economic development. Like everyone, I am committed to increasing funding for education. But we should always judge the success or failure of our schools by the performance of our students. We need to ensure that our education system – from grade school to graduate school – is preparing our young people to be a part of tomorrow’s workforce. As we discuss our education system and our workforce needs, we must take the long view. The state Department of Labor’s Workforce 2025 effort is an important first step in this process. As Governor, I will bring together business and community leaders with officials from K-12 education, the Board of Regents, our technical schools, the Department of Labor and GOED. Together, we will define the needs of South Dakota over the next 10 to 20 years and determine what our education system must do to meet these needs.Science and MathBuild a strong foundation in science and mathematics._b31e316a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.A[To be named][To be named]As we shift to a knowledge-based economy, our ability to compete will depend on our ability to create new ideas and commercialize them as products and service. This will require a strong foundation in “STEM” fields – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. As every field of endeavor becomes more technical, it is crucial that every student have a strong foundation in STEM fields. In addition, we need to ensure that a sufficient number of our young people choose scientific and technical career paths. In South Dakota, we need a new emphasis on strengthening science and math education at every level. The development of the Homestake Lab will include programs for educational outreach to our students, so that we can expose them to the exciting opportunities for discovery here in South Dakota. We should seek out and expand opportunities for internships and fellowships, not only at Homestake and university labs, but at private employers and research centers. Teachers and guidance counselors should be trained about the opportunities for careers in science and technology, so they can identify interested students and inform them about these opportunities. Our students need to know that they can participate in innovation and discovery without leaving our state. We will hold our schools to high standards, so that every student has a strong background in STEM fields. But we will also ensure that schools have the tools and resources they need to meet those standards. That may mean considering creative approaches to attract and retain more math and science teachers, steering funds to the facilities and supplies needed to sustain effective educational programs, or encouraging schools to share resources.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Educational ChoicesHelp students make informed choices about their education._b31e355c-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.BStudents[To be named]As early as seventh or eighth grade, students begin to make choices that will affect their career options when they conclude their education. I will work with K-12 and higher education leaders to ensure that our students understand how their course selections in high school can affect their opportunities to continue their education. I will also find ways to inform high school and college students about career opportunities and future workforce needs. The Board of Regents already distributes information to students and parents about the courses they need to take to qualify for college. We should expand these efforts. Students need to know what career opportunities are available in South Dakota, which fields are in high demand, and what education is necessary to qualify. Students are free to decide whether to attend college or enroll in technical school – and they can choose any major. We need to ensure that, as students make those choices, they are able to make informed decisions. The South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship was created to encourage students to consider their course choices in high school, and to keep more students in South Dakota. The scholarship has succeeded in its aims, because it doesn’t just reward the highest-performing students – it targets students who work hard and take a challenging academic program. These hard-working students will be the backbone of our workforce. I will sustain the Opportunity Scholarship so that we can keep more of these students in South Dakota.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Career and Technical EducationExpand opportunities for career and technical education._b31e38c2-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.C[To be named][To be named]Career and technical education (CTE) is crucial to training the skilled workforce that underpins an expanding economy. I will work with employers and technical school leaders to identify the skills that South Dakota’s workforce needs. In many cases, new or expanded programs in technical fields require significant investments. I will strongly support funding these needs and look for innovative ways to partner with industry. The key in CTE should be flexibility – so that we can add programs and shift resources to meet changing needs. I will also seek to dramatically expand opportunities for CTE at the high school level. South Dakota’s CTE offerings are limited by a reliance on classroom-based instruction. We should seek out opportunities for internships and “on-the-job” training, and provide for articulation of these experiences to high school credit. The Department of Labor should work with education leaders to modify the “Dakota Seeds” program, which inventories internship opportunities, to incorporate this approach. We can offer high schools students valuable experiences with potential employers, and save schools the expense of purchasing duplicative equipment for classroom-based training.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]University ResearchDouble university research in four years._b31e3c64-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.D[To be named][To be named]One of Governor Rounds’ greatest success stories has been the emphasis on research at our state universities. We have already created five research centers that are operating without new state dollars. Another five centers have been established using state-funded seed grants. The results are clear: * Almost $3 in external research funds awarded for every $1 of state funding; * An increase in external grants and contracts of nearly 300 percent; * Dozens of new, high-paying research jobs; * The potential for new companies and new development; and * Exciting opportunities for our young people to learn in South Dakota. Our state cannot afford not to continue this research initiative – we have only just begun to enjoy the fruits of its success. The development of the Homestake Lab will only increase South Dakota’s stature in the scientific community. I will challenge our universities to double external research grant funds in four years.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Industry and CommercializationStrengthen commercialization of research and ties to industry._b31e401a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.E[To be named][To be named]Our universities should have an “open-door” policy for industry. University research efforts should be constantly reevaluated and modified to respond to the needs of industry and the possibilities for commercialization and business development. I’m pleased that university research has created some high-paying research jobs at the universities. The real pay-off, however, will come when we spin-off research into new businesses and create jobs in the private sector. Research is a time-consuming process, and only now are our university research efforts beginning to produce results that have potential for commercialization. Research and business require two very different skill sets. I will strengthen the relationships between university research and existing South Dakota businesses – in agriculture, clean energy, biotechnology and health sciences – to bring researchers together with entrepreneurs so that new businesses can emerge from our research investments.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Graduate and Professional ProgramsExpand graduate and professional programs._b31e4538-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.F[To be named][To be named]I want more college graduates to be able to continue their studies here in South Dakota. Over the last eight years, the Board of Regents has identified new graduate programs that could be launched with minimal state funding – and I’ll ask the Board to continue to seek out these opportunities. Creating a graduate program in Physics at our state universities is a high priority. The development of a deep underground laboratory at Homestake will provide world-class opportunities for research and education in our state. We need to ensure that South Dakota’s students can stay in our state and take advantage of those programs.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]College GraduatesIncrease the number of college graduates._b31e4a6a-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.G[To be named][To be named]In the emerging economy, there will be a growing need for a college-educated workforce. South Dakota cannot rely on “cheap labor” jobs that come from other states – because these jobs can just as easily move overseas. We will develop a skilled, productive workforce. The Board of Regents, relying on data from the Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics, estimates that our state universities will need to increase the number of graduates each year by 10 to 20 percent by 2016 to meet our future workforce needs. As the number of high school graduates declines, we must pursue additional strategies to increase the number of college graduates. We should focus on attracting non-traditional students to undertake or complete their college education. As many as 100,000 South Dakotans have attended college but not completed a degree. Many of these people have no interest in returning to school, but we need to ensure access for those who do. We need to continue and expand distance education, work-based training programs, and “career ladders” that allow workers such as nurses to earn higher professional certifications as they continue to work. Our University Centers in Sioux Falls, Rapid City and Pierre have expanded access for many non-traditional students. The University Centers should not develop into traditional college campuses. Rather, they should continue to serve those people who, later in life, find that they need more education to advance in their careers or to start in a new field. I will support initiatives to strengthen the University Centers in this mission.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Dakota RootsExpand “Dakota Roots” to create a virtual workforce._b31e4e52-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.H[To be named][To be named]One of the challenges South Dakota faces in encouraging business expansion is a limited pool of available labor. Businesses simply won’t consider expanding or relocating if they won’t be able to find the workforce they need. South Dakota routinely has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation, and as we recover from the recession, our labor pool will again become limited. The successful “Dakota Roots” program can help to fill this gap. Dakota Roots is a confidential job listing service. Although the program targets former South Dakotans who would like to return home, it is open to anyone who would like to relocate to South Dakota. Those registering with Dakota Roots specify their qualifications and experience, and they are notified when South Dakota companies have an opening for such a position. To date, Dakota Roots has been limited to informing “aspiring South Dakotans” about career opportunities with existing businesses in the state. We need to work with alumni associations and university foundations to aggressively market this program and increase the number of applicants in the registry. If we do this, Dakota Roots will become a powerful tool for recruiting business. When a business inquires about the availability of labor, we will tell them not only about qualified workers already within South Dakota, but also the pool of workers who are prepared to return to South Dakota when the opportunity arises.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Health Care Workforce DevelopmentFocus on workforce development in health care and medical fields._b31e5226-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIII.I[To be named][To be named]It is estimated that, by the year 2014, South Dakota will require an additional 13,000 health care workers. South Dakota needs these educated workers to maintain our outstanding health care system. The health care sector is also a tremendous opportunity to create new jobs and expand our economy. As Governor I will lead efforts to develop our health care workforce. The only way to do this is through a public-private partnership, bringing together health systems and professional organizations, non-profits, educational institutions, and state and local governments. Each of these stakeholders has a strong interest in ensuring that there are enough educated workers for our health care system. There are several steps we can take. We should create Health Career Academies to expose high school students to career opportunities in health care. These academies will allow students to learn about the breadth of career options in health care, and can lead to opportunities for internships, job shadowing and scholarships. High school students should also receive credit toward graduation for health care career classes, such as training to be an EMT, a certified nursing assistant or a dietician. We can use tele-education and mobile technology classrooms to expand access to these courses, and give students experience using state of the art technology in medical imaging, laboratories and electronic health information. We should expand scholarship and loan-forgiveness opportunities for students who choose careers in health care. The privately-funded DakotaCorps programs targets high-need areas with scholarship funds already. We need to reevaluate the targeted areas and expand the scope of this program to meet our workforce needs. Finally, I will ensure that every South Dakotan – even those in rural areas – has access to high quality health care. I will create a health care workforce employment exchange that will be an online “one-stop shop” for job opportunities in South Dakota. The exchange will link Health Career Academies, education and scholarship opportunities, and job openings in one website. I will also work with health care employers to identify regional recruiters for health careers in their area, so that those looking for health care job opportunities are aware of openings in all parts of our state.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]GovernmentBUILD A SMALLER, MORE RESPONSIVE, MORE DIGITAL STATE GOVERNMENT_b31e5636-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIV[To be named][To be named]I believe in a small state government that seeks to act efficiently and effectively in a limited number of areas. We should seek out ways to ensure that state government is able to meet this standard – and when we find institutional barriers, we should change them.E-GovernmentBuild a web-based “e-government”._b31e5a64-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIV.A[To be named][To be named]In the digital age, state government’s motto should be “online, not in line.” In a time when nearly any product or service can be obtained online, state government often still relies on written forms, physical offices and manual processing. Some parts of state government have made the move to online services. The Department of Game, Fish and Parks allows users to purchase a hunting license online and print it at home. The state universities have done away with printed course catalogs, and students select and register for their classes online. The State Legislature has one of the most user-friendly websites of any legislative body in the nation. But too many of our interactions with the state are still paper-based and require a trip to a state office. I will inventory the most common interactions that people and businesses have with state government. The state will create “step-by-step” online portals to guide users to the correct website or state office. Ideally, users should be able to complete common interactions with state government entirely online. Online services are significantly more convenient – they can be accessed at any time and from any place. They can also result in considerable cost savings – although they require an upfront investment, they will lead to increased efficiency.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Red Tape & Business AdvocatesCut red tape and create “business advocates” within GOED._b31e5f14-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIV.B[To be named][To be named]South Dakota’s business-friendly climate is not just about low taxes and a productive workforce – it is about reasonable levels of government regulation. I will make sure that we always meet that standard. We should reduce the number and complexity of state regulations. Business requires simplicity, predictability and consistency. During my years at Children’s Home Society, I found that fewer, shorter and simpler regulations brought about greater compliance, because people took the time to read them and were able to understand them. I will order every member of my cabinet to consult with their “customers” and identify ways to repeal or simplify the regulations we have in place. I know that we can eliminate hundreds and hundreds of regulations and simplify even more. When a business wants to expand or relocate in South Dakota, we should roll out the red carpet – not the red tape. State agencies should never merely tell someone that they are “out of compliance.” Rather, state officials should seek to guide businesses and citizens through regulatory processes, by helping them meet regulatory requirements. One way to ensure that this occurs is to assign each business that is dealing with state agencies an “advocate” within GOED. This advocate will be the primary contact person for the business within state government and will help to guide the business through requirements imposed by various state agencies.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]Task ForceConvene a private-sector task force to increase government efficiency._b31e6374-9508-11df-8df4-945f7a64ea2aIV.C[To be named][To be named]Like any organization, state government needs to constantly evaluate its efficiency and adapt to changing circumstances. Given the developments of the past few decades – the emergence of the internet, the evolution of the news media, and the changing role of state government – it is time to conduct a comprehensive review of state government and consider reforms. The goal of this review should be to ensure that state government is able to act efficiently and effectively within its limited areas of responsibility. I will appoint a task force of business and community leaders, from outside of state government, to evaluate the current structure of state government and recommend changes. Their recommendations may include reforms to the constitution, consolidation or reorganization of state departments, or streamlining of state services. My commitment as Governor will be to begin these discussions, to actively take part in them, and to lead the effort to enact their best ideas for reform.[To_be_identified][To be described][To be determined]2010-07-21http://www.dennisdaugaard.com/images/data/files/Building%20a%20Stronger%20South%20Dakota(1).pdfOwenAmburOwen.Ambur@verizon.net Submit error. Entry Submission Error - Count reflects all paths to same element. There are less errors to fix than those shown.
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