Collaborative Public Administration Summary
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Collaborative Public Administration Summary


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Collaboration is a form of strategic alliance between organizations. It involves two or more organizations working together to produce better and more appreciable services that give the public more in value than what is produced if an organization acted alone (Imperial, 2004). In Public administration context, it is described by OTool (1997) as a strategic alliance between public, private, and nonprofit sectors in ways that ensures comparative sharing and distribution of risk and power, formed with goals tailored towards increasing the size and visibility of program accomplishments, support for project, and to raise capital to improve feasibleness, speed and effectiveness. Donahue (1989) construed it as a kind of grant and contract agreement between public, private and (or) nonprofit

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