- Here are entered works on cooperative arrangements among various governments that are independent of each other. Works on the integration of activities of various agencies of a single government are entered under [Interagency coordination.]
- Cooperative government arrangements
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Intergovernmental cooperation: case studies in Southeast Michigan, 1994: introd. (two or more local governments and/or schools working together to solve common problems) p. 5 (arrangements involving two or more public units jointly planning, financing, and delivering a service or administrative function. Examples include: 2 townships jointly paying for a full-time building inspector; a joint recycling program; joint fire protection arrangements; a pooled health insurance program between a number of cities; two cities jointly improving a street which is the boundary between them; a consolidated recreation program between a city, a township, and a school system; shared equipment and trained operators between 2 small cities and a village.)
- found: Selected readings on intergovernmental cooperation, 1994: introd. (governments jointly providing effective service for the same or lower cost than if provided individually) p. 7 (2 Michigan laws, Urban Cooperation Act (1967) and Intergovernmental Transfers of Functions and Responsibilities Act (1967) "provide broad powers to local governments to enter into joint arrangements not only with each other but with other states and the Province of Canada")
- found: Joint public ventures cost allocation, 1994.
- found: GAO thes. (Intergovernmental cooperation see Intergovernmental relations)
Here are entered works on cooperative arrangements among various governments that are independent of each other. Works on the integration of activities of various agencies of a single government are entered under [Interagency coordination.]
Note under [Interagency coordination]
- 2006-03-22: new
- 2006-05-08: revised
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