Shared Services & Service Efficiencies

Held April 24, 2012 in Murphys

Given California’s slow and protracted economic recovery from the recession, the times are calling for local governments to reevaluate and retool how they conduct business and maintain service levels to the public with less resources and escalating costs.  This course presents a timely discussion on the fiscal stability of local governments today and the opportunities and mechanics for taking advantage of economies of scale and scope through shared service delivery models and functional consolidations.