The ruling National Action Party politician asked all political powers in the country to participate in the project, hours after he was declared the winner of Sunday's election by 200,000 votes over leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in the tightest presidential balloting in Mexico's history.
Calderon promised populist Lopez Obrador, Mexico City's former mayor, that he would fight poverty in Mexico.
Lopez Obrador, however, vowed to challenge the election results announced by the National Electoral Commission, in which a half-percentage point separated the two rivals. He called for a vote-by-vote recount and called on his supporters to protest Saturday in Mexico City's Zocalo, the country's largest square.
Electoral authorities must rule on any challenges and announce the final results by September 6, ahead of the inauguration at the beginning of December.