6 edition of Contracting out for human services found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ruth Hoogland DeHoog.|
|Series||SUNY series in urban public policy, SUNY series on urban public policy.|
|LC Classifications||HD4605 .D43 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|ISBN 10||0873958934, 0873958942|
|LC Control Number||83024292|
CONTRACTING FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES: THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM U.S. CITIES JonathanLevinw health and human services, parks and recreation, cultural programs and administrative support functions. Over eighty per cent of services are When we try to separate out problems with performance. Among the questions tackled by Simon Domberger in this book are the following: When should organizations contract out services traditionally produced in‐house? Is outsourcing another ephemeral management fad, or is it an efficient and effective means of delivering services and of adding value? What are the characteristics of strategically sound contracting decisions?
Reach out to county, city, and town governments to learn about local contracting opportunities. Find an Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Many federal agencies have a dedicated office to help small businesses search and compete for contract . 1. Health Policy Plan. Mar;9(1) Contracting out of health services in developing countries. McPake B(1), Banda EE. Author information: (1)London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK. Contracting out is emerging as a common policy issue in a number of developing countries.
Outsourcing – contracting out services normally performed in-house – continues to be a major trend in the business world, since first gaining popularity as a business strategy in the 90s. In the decades that followed, the practice picked up steam, becoming a critical strategy driving many . Human Services Standard Contract 3 of 21 March ARTICLE III — SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET Section Scope of work. A. Services and Activities. Contractor shall provide the services and activities in program areas or programs listed and described in the Scope of Work attached hereto as Appendix B. B. Healthy food environment.
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Contracting out for services has become a popular technique in government’s perennial quest to cut spending. Yet seldom has the practice been examined from any but the public choice approach.
This book explores contracting out in the important area of human services, covering the critical conditions of contracting and the vital points of Author: Ruth Hoogland DeHoog. Contracting out for services has become a popular technique in governments perennial quest to cut spending.
Yet seldom has the practice been examined from any but the public choice approach. This book explores contracting out in the important area of human services, covering the critical Pages: Contracting Out for Human Services: Economic, Political, and Organizational Perspectives - Ebook written by Ruth H.
De Hoog. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Contracting Out for Human Services: Economic, Political, and Organizational Perspectives. Contracting out for services has become a popular technique in government's perennial quest to cut spending.
Yet seldom has the practice been examined from any but the public choice approach. This book explores contracting out in the important area of human services, covering the critical conditions of contracting and the vital points of.
Contracting out for services has become a popular technique in government s perennial quest to cut spending. Yet seldom has the practice been examined from any but the public choice approach.
This book explores contracting out in the important area of human services, covering the critical conditions of contracting and the. Privatization of government services in the United States has accelerated in the last two decades, especially at the state and local levels.
This work focuses on contracting out--the most widely used method of privatization. Contributors from academia, consulting firms, government agencies, and private providers discuss the why and how of contracting out and examine the results of contracted.
Peter M. Kettner is Professor Emeritus at the Arizona State University School of Social Work. He is the author of six books, 50 articles, monographs, and book chapters on the topics of purchase-of-service contracting, privatization, macro practice in social work, human services planning, and social work administration.
One of the largest private-sector investment projects in Africa is threatening human rights in Chad and Cameroon. A consortium of oil companies, led by ExxonMobil and including Chevron and Petronas, is extracting oil from the Doba oilfields in southern Chad and transporting it through a newly built 1, km pipeline to Cameroon's Atlantic coast.
This work focuses on contracting out―the most widely used method of privatization. Contributors from academia, consulting firms, government agencies, and private providers discuss the why and how of contracting out and examine the results of contracted services, including quality and cost measures of performance.
The Advantages of Contracting Human Resource Functions. Contracting your organization's HR function out to an outsourcing firm or a professional employer organization presents many advantages that surpass cost savings.
Outsourcing firms perform HR functions independently, hiring qualified consultants to manage the. Introduction to Federal Government Contracting. Learn how to grow your business by having the federal government of the United States as a customer.
Common Federal Contracting Terms. To bid on federal government contracts, you will need to learn the strange language of government contracting. Find words you will encounter most often. (a) The Government and the Contractor understand and agree that the services to be delivered under this contract by the contractor to the Government are non-personal services and the parties recognize and agree that no employer-employee relationship exists or will exist under the contract between the Government and the Contractor's personnel.
It is, therefore, in the best interest of the. OPDIV / StaffDiv Name & Email Phone Number; Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Monica Gibson - HCA: @ Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: DeHoog, Ruth Hoogland.
Contracting out for human services. Albany: State University of New York Press, © Advantages and Disadvantages of Contracting Out In The Public Sector Introduction Many public agencies in recent years have followed the trend of privatization, or contracting-out.
Activities and functions that were once performed, or services that were once provided, by public employees are now being performed by private sector employees (Lyons).
Contracting-out Welfare Services focuses on the design and overhaul of welfare-to-work systems around the world in the light of the radical re-design of the welfare system; internationally based authors utilise a national/program case study, considering employment services policy and activation practices.
International contributors bring a global comparative perspective to the subject. An example of this would be contracting out a cleaning service. An outside service would have the resources for hiring, proper training and facility inspections that may not be available if the function were kept in-house.
Customer Satisfaction. The advantage of having a vendor contract is they are bound to certain levels of service and quality. Contracting out was a reform that resulted from a concern that government had become a monopoly supplier of some services that could more efficiently be provided by the private sector.
Advantages and disadvantages of contracting out --Three additional perspectives on contracting out --The human service cases --Competition in service environments and contracting out procedures --Making contract decisions --The watchdog role --The costs and benefits of contracting out --Concluding analysis of the conditions and perspectives on.
80% of all human services funding may involve contracting by the year (Martin, ; Lauffer, ). Because contracting and human service deliv-ery are so closely aligned, any major change in how governments contract has significant implications for the human services.
A major change does appear to be occurring. For human resources management, the federal government paid contractors an annual rate of $, more than twice the $, to have the same services done in-house.Purchase of service contracting (POSC) has changed the way that human services are structured and delivered in the United States.
Most private companies now have contracts with the government and many public social service professionals have responsibility for contracts.
However, few human service professionals have had any formal education or training in the philosophy, concepts, issues, and. HHS Headquarters. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Independence Avenue, S.W.
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