Comparing these challenges to the more mundane tasks of recreation facility site selection or the development of programs to help seniors or low-income families shows the substantial variation in political capacity that is required for different governmental tasks. Unlike political capacity, fiscal capacity is more easily measured.\n A new wastewater treatment facility may be outside the financial reach of a local government, but can easily be afforded by a group of governments cooperating regionally or if part of the investment is financed by state and federal grants.
IN THE ZONE: A Model for Managing Localities to Achieve C James Ervin PM. Public Management; Apr 2010; 92, 3; Docstoc pg. 6
Pages to are hidden for
"IN THE ZONE: A Model for Managing Localities to Achieve"Please download to view full document