Meet Our Governors


Asa Hutchinson

2015 Inaugural Address

Governor Hutchinson
500 Woodlane Street
Suite 250
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-682-2345
Fax: 501-682-1382 

Southern Governors' Representative
To be determined






Arkansas News Digest

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6/1/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Signs Lockheed Bond Bills Legislation authorizes state to issue bond to help win federal contract, expand workforce by nearly 600 employees. [Read More]
5/26/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: Planting SeedsVisit to California: plant seeds for future technology expansion; educate Silicon Valley about AR's computer science education program. [Read More]
5/11/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: The Art of Economic DevelopmentArkansas Arts Council estimates that $106 million was spent in state last year thanks to the arts. [Read More]
5/5/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson's Weeky Address: Kicking Off Coding“Coding Arkansas’s Future” initiative has goal to train educators to teach coding, move state forward. [Read More]
5/1/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Calls Strong U.S. Manufacturing Base A ‘National Security’ Issue Kicks off first Arkansas Manufacturing Innovation Summit with pledge to continue recruiting industry to state. [Read More]
4/17/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson: ArcBest Breaks Ground on New HeadquartersConstruction will help create momentum for future growth in city and the state. [Read More]
4/13/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson’s Weekly Address: Skills that Pay the BillsGovernor's region-by-region approach matches workforce training with industries and businesses in specific region. [Read More]
4/10/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson: AEDC Wins Economic Development Award by Business Facilities MagazineHonored in “Achievement in Innovation Hubs” category for work to synthesize best practices, models for entrepreneurial assistance. [Read More]
4/8/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Signs Workforce Development Bills Aligning Education & Industry Needs"Tailoring education toward filling needs identified by business interests is a 'dramatic' and 'foundational' change." [Read More]
4/7/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Announces Computer Science Task ForceGroup will oversee rollout of requirement that all public high schools offer computer science courses. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Information forthcoming