Contracting Out Government Services: Lessons from the Private Sector

@inproceedings{Prager1994ContractingOG,
  title={Contracting Out Government Services: Lessons from the Private Sector},
  author={J. Prager},
  year={1994}
}
Contracting out has become a popular method of simultaneously reducing government expenditures and improving the efficiency of government services.(1) Proponents of privatization can point to the apparent satisfaction of most government decision makers in achieving the dual aims of economy and efficiency, which in turn has spurred on new contracting-out initiatives.(2) Such Structural Changes in government operations can be highly beneficial and deserve to be emulated, provided that these… CONTINUE READING

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