PRESS RELEASE: Governor DeWine, JobsOhio Name J.P. Nauseef Next President of JobsOhio

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Governor Mike DeWine today joined the Board of Directors of JobsOhio in announcing that J.P. Nauseef has been selected as the next president and chief investment officer of JobsOhio. 

The JobsOhio board has completed its search process for the organization’s next president and chief investment officer.  Last year, the board engaged executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles to assist with the process.

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Dayton Daily News: Ex-colonel from Dayton area named to new state-level military cabinet position

Retired Air Force colonel Joseph Zeis Jr. will take a newly created post in the DeWine administration to protect and position Ohio’s military installations and assets, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday at the Dayton Development Coalition’s annual meeting.

Currently an attorney with Sebaly Shillito + Dyer, Zeis has a deep resume in aviation and aerospace law, including drones and unmanned aeronautical vehicles, connections to the Dayton Development Coalition, and a 26-year career in the Air Force as a pilot and acquisitions program manager. He has more than 1,800 flight hours in more than 26 different aircraft, according to his biography on the law firm site.

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The Lima News: DeWine tours JSMC

Gov. Mike DeWine made his first official visit as governor to Joint Systems Manufacturing Center on Wednesday, during which he announced the appointment of retired U.S. Air Force Col. Joseph Zeis Jr. as senior advisor for aerospace and defense, a new position.

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WSJ Op-Ed: Tax Reform is Covering Its Costs

Is the 2017 tax reform paying for itself? It’s a complicated question, but the critics have made up their minds. Outlets like the Tax Policy Center claim the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has diminished federal revenue rather than increase it as some supporters predicted. Other skeptics lament surging government deficits and debt. Some point to last year’s brief economic spurt as evidence of the law’s failure to drive long-term growth. Even if one accepts these arguments, none of them offers a conclusion about whether the tax cut was worth its cost.

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Ohio Business Roundtable Holds Its Annual Meeting

On November 27, CEOs from across Ohio met in Columbus at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) for the Roundtable's annual meeting. Upon the conclusion of official business, members were treated to workforce best practice presentations from Owens Corning CEO Mike Thaman and UC President Neville Pinto.

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McKinsey Performance Assessment: “Jobs Ohio Is a High-Performing Organization"

We are pleased to deliver the JobsOhio (“JO”) Performance Assessment report (the “Assessment”). The report reflects work performed in collaboration with the JO team over the last 8 weeks, including an extensive, objective and data-driven review and analysis of: a) JO’s outcomes related to deal wins, jobs created, capital investments and payroll; and b) JO’s internal processes, organizational structure, health and talent.

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