Centralina Council of Governments
The Centralina Council of Governments (CCOG) is located in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina and encompasses nine counties and 74 municipalities, representing almost two million people and headquartered in the City of Charlotte.
(CCOG) is a voluntary organization of municipal and county governments serving the Greater Charlotte region. Formed in 1968, it is one of 16 regional councils in North Carolina established by the state’s General Assembly to meet the region’s needs on a wide range of governance issues. CCOG serves a 9-county area including Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Lincoln, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, and Union. CCOG assists local governments in coordinating for sound regional development and provides a forum to address issues best handled through regional cooperation, planning and action. CCOG provides a variety of services for our region including the administration of state and federal grants in the areas of aging, workforce development, economic development and planning. Centralina COG also provides technical assistance services to local government members and other organizations in the areas of: regional planning, transportation, energy and environment, local government assistance, and business resources.
It aims to help the region find innovative solutions to both existing and future challenges. It also works to unify the region’s collective resources so that the economy and jobs flourish as it works to control the cost of government.
Analyzing the Supply Chain and Value System of Charlotte Manfacturing
Start Date: Jan 1970 — End Date: Jan 1970
CREC identified industry value chains for the region’s targeted manufacturing industries, explored the components of several major clusters, determined which industries were are connected to one another within the clusters and the nature of their relationship.