Public private partnerships for IT services: municipalities gain operating efficiencies and performance while minimizing risk

By Gary Nichols For nearly a decade, public policy advocacy groups have been highlighting the value of public-private partnerships (PPPs) for government entities. Although this approach was first used for large capital improvement projects, forward-thinking municipalities are realizing that the complexity and rapid pace of technology make IT services a perfect PPP target. The benefits of outsourcing IT are well documented―research firm Gartner found that a $96.14 million increase in IT ...

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