COG Webinar: How New Mexico's Ristra Project helps COGs organize, manage, and track essential state plans, programs and projects

 
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Date: December 5th 2015

 

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Webinar: How New Mexico's Ristra Project helps COGs organize, manage, and track essential state plans, programs and projects

Dear Lani,

You're invited to join us for this informative webinar as we speak with New Mexico COGs Community and Technical Development Director, Eric Ghahate, Tim armer, Executive Director of North Central New Mexico Economic Development District (NCMEDD), and Panoramic's Business Development Executive, Jeff Pavey as they discuss how New Mexico's Ristra Project is helping them to organize, track and share information about projects and programs and communicate the purpose, activities, locations, and accomplishments of its economic development efforts across the state.

Webinar: How New Mexico's Ristra Project helps COGs Organize, manage, and track essential state plans, programs and projects
Date/Time: Thursday, December 10 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST



Winner of NADO's 2015 Innovation Award The Ristra Project has been used by New Mexico Association of Regional Councils (NewMARC) to develop a statewide, integrated Web-based application built of Panoramic technology that enables the New Mexico economic development community to better plan, manage and measure economic performance and prosperity. Using the Web portal local governments can navigate state and federal funding opportunities, while establishing steady project development and a lasting record of project activity.

 

 

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