Alternatives in Service Delivery (Webinar On-Demand)

Revenues are down; need for many local government services is up. How do local governments continue to provide needed services on reduced budgets?

This 90-minute webinar, originally broadcast on October 9, explores three service delivery alternatives for local governments to consider both during these tough economic times and beyond the current downturn. Information on and examples of contracting out, collaborating, and consolidating are discussed in detail.

Presenters:

Joanna S. Helms, President, Wayne County Development Alliance, Inc.
David Parrish, Deputy City Manager of Danville, VA
Mark Williams, Town Manager of Wake Forest, NC
Gordon Whitaker, Professor of Public Administration and Government
Eileen Youens, Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government
Ricardo S. Morse, Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Government

Credit

None

Faculty coordinator

Gordon Whitaker, Professor of Public Administration and Government
Eileen Youens, Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government
Ricardo S. Morse, Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Government

Teaching methods

Webinar panel discussion with a question and answer session

Duration

1.5 hours

Prerequisites

None

Online information

This webinar was originally broadcast live over the Internet on October 8, 2010. The on-demand version is available for purchase.

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Contact
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