By Leonard I. Ruchelman
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Savas. "Municipal Monopoly" 10. Rufus P. , Protest is not Enough: The Struggle of Blacks and Hispanics for Equality in Urban Politics (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984). 11. See Allen H. Barton, "A Diagnosis of Bureaucratic Maladies," American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 22, No. 5 (May/June 1979), pp. 485, 486. Page 21 Chapter 3 Analyzing Service Delivery Alternatives Having diagnosed the public service problem in the previous chapter, this chapter demonstrates how to analyze and select an alternative for remedying the problem.
2, which outlines the basic steps involved in writing a bid proposal. In addition, Appendix B gives an example of a formal contract which includes specifications to assure appropriate control by the government agency. Examples On the local level, private industry now provides government with a significant percentage of contracted services in such areas as waste collection, street-light operation, vehicle towing, ambulance services, hospital management, legal services and managing labor relations.
Examples On the local level, private industry now provides government with a significant percentage of contracted services in such areas as waste collection, street-light operation, vehicle towing, ambulance services, hospital management, legal services and managing labor relations. ) To cite some specific examples, the city of Newark pays private industry to deliver sewer cleaning, vehicle maintenance, building-trades work, specialty printing, data processing and street repairing. In Phoenix, city departments bid against private contractors to produce custodial services, trash collection and street landscaping.