Collaborative Performance Measurement: Examining and Explaining the Prevalence of Collaboration in State and Local Government Contracts

Amirkhanyan, Anna A.
July 2009
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jul2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p523
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the preponderance of collaboration in the performance of the state and local government contracts in the U.S. It examines the process of collaboration through the assessment of contract performance. It emphasizes the role of monitoring officers in the collaborative contract setting. Furthermore, it also states a well applied collaboration at the start generates positive results at the end.


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