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Joint Service Delivery in Federal Countries 

Authors: Tony Dean & Marie Boutilier 

This report investigates the current status and plans for joint delivery of public services in federal or quasi-federal countries – Canada, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom.

http://forumfed.org/publications/report-joint-service-delivery-federation/

From the Forum of Federations Library!

Joint Service Delivery in Federal Countries

Authors: Tony Dean & Marie Boutilier

This report investigates the current status and plans for joint delivery of public services in federal or quasi-federal countries – Canada, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom.

forumfed.org/publications/report-joint-service-delivery-federation/
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