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Arizona poised to win in new economy if we invest wisely

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Make no mistake about it. The race to win in the new economy is competitive and it has already begun. Arizona is poised to be a winner in this race if we take advantage of what we have and invest wisely. What ABOR has proposed is to use this investment to put ASU to work for Arizona and win the race.

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Audit will lead to better policy for ABOR real estate projects

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Securing the long-term sustainability of our state’s outstanding public higher education institutions for future generations of Arizonans is central to the board’s work. This report comes at an ideal time, as the board continues its efforts to evolve sound governance in the real estate sector for 21st Century universities evolving their own designs for continued success and advance in an increasingly competitive market for higher education.

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ASU’s Omni project is a win-win for the university and economy

An artist’s rendering of the planned 330-room Omni Hotel in Tempe.

A judge will decide whether this lawsuit has merit. But there is a bigger issue at stake. In the end, either the universities will continue to have the liberty to create new streams of revenue and provide business opportunities to the community that lead to positive outcomes, or they will not. In any case the vibrancy of our new age economy for generations to come depends on it.

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