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Fall 2010Q15aSome people think State mandates could help local governments overcome logistical, financial, and political barriers to collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: State mandates establishing common accounting and budgeting standards

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State policies | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q15bSome people think State mandates could help local governments overcome logistical, financial, and political barriers to collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: State mandates establishing common minimum operating standards (for example, number of police per capita) below which collaboration would be required to provide the service

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q15cSome people think State mandates could help local governments overcome logistical, financial, and political barriers to collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: State mandates requiring that certain service-sharing elements be included in local master plans

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q15dSome people think State mandates could help local governments overcome logistical, financial, and political barriers to collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: State mandates requiring that revenue sharing be used first to support service-sharing agreements

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q16Thinking in general about State mandates to encourage intergovernmental collaboration, which of the following best describes your view?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q17aAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: An inventory of best practices and examples of previous successful collaborative efforts

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17bAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: Grants to support planning stages for collaborative efforts

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17cAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: Grants to help offset higher costs, if any, in the first few years of new collaborative efforts

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17dAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: Grants to support innovative collaborative pilot programs

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17eAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: A loan fund from which to borrow for the acquisition, purchase, or construction of capital-intensive items in collaborative efforts

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17fAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: Online "want ads" for local governments seeking partners for collaboration

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17gAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: Revenue sharing incentives designed to encourage collaboration

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q17hAside from mandates, some people think State incentives could help encourage intergovernmental collaboration. Others disagree. Please indicate how effective or ineffective you think each of the following would be in encouraging or supporting intergovernmental collaboration: A state-level Intergovernmental Advisory Office to coordinate and administer programs likes the ones listed above

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration
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Fall 2010Q18Along with other statutes, the Urban Cooperation Act of 1967 governs intergovernmental agreements in Michigan. One aspect of this Act requires that employees in the collaborating jurisdictions cannot be harmed by service-sharing agreements. Have the employee protection provisions of the Urban Cooperation Act or other state service-sharing enabling laws had a direct impact on your jurisdiction or not?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2010Q19Do you believe that the Urban Cooperation Act should be amended or remain as it is currently?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | State support for collaboration | State mandates and preemption
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