Why Cities and Counties Are Sharing More Resources and Information Than Ever Before
An economic recovery, heightened demands for spending accountability, and more fierce competition for federal grant dollars have tightened city and county purse strings.
Meanwhile, the open data movement is sweeping through the federal executive and legislative branches, and foreshadowing top-down spending reforms that require cities and counties to find new and better ways to track and report on federal dollars.
The result is more resource and information sharing than ever before. Collaboration strategies and the smart use of data enable more efficient service delivery and smarter distribution of funding and resources. Readers will gain key insight on:
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