Shared Services: Creating Efficiencies for All Parties
Shared services has the potential to reduce duplicative spending, reform procurement, and improve government-wide financial management, but many agency leaders have been slow to adopt shared models for fear of losing control. While some federal leaders may be nervous, many organizations are realizing enormous efficiencies through shared services.
Download this GBC issue brief to learn:
- Which lines of business are likely to move to shared models
- Case studies of successful interagency and internal shared services
- How shared services can benefit state, local, and regional government entities
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