The Columbus DispatchShared services hasn't saved state much, but still deemed successful

Jun 19, 2017 - Politics

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Shared services hasn't saved state much, but still deemed successful

Andrew Keiper @keiperjourno As Ohio rebounded from the economic woes brought on by the recession, Gov. John Kasich pushed for public entities across the state to share services — an initiative as philosophical as it was policy-oriented. The push for consolidation has touched nearly every corner of the public sector, from school districts to police departments as well as a host of state agencies. Local entities were granted broad authority to share services...

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