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Solving Local Government Challenges: Regional Service Delivery
9 September 2014 |
By sharing and consolidating services, a growing number of local governments are providing faster service, cutting costs and streamlining processes. Regional service delivery is customizable and allows local governments to determine how to most effectively collaborate and pool resources. This “sharing economy” is a means to help governments deliver the services their citizens require on an as-needed basis. As a result of sharing solutions, citizens enjoy real benefits without incurring long term costs or tax increases.
As you consider regional service delivery, here are three common questions that local governments need to consider:
This service delivery approach is being discussed at many national governmental association conferences and is being implemented in many regions of our nation. However, it still has room to grow and will do so as municipal leaders assess how a customized solution could fit their unique needs.
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