Redesigning Service Delivery: A landscape study of operating models in urban local bodies
– Authored by Kriti Shukla and Pooja D’Souza
The Sattva team worked on the model of redesigning service delivery through Municipal Shared Services (MSS) models. This entailed conducting a landscape study of the existing operating models in urban local bodies, preparing operational guidelines for the implementation of a few selected shared service models and conducting feasibility studies.
MSS refers to the sharing of resources, including infrastructure, technological platforms and skilled/unskilled workforce between two or more local bodies. Several global research studies have demonstrated the advantages of MSS in terms of cost optimization and improvement in service delivery. The 15th Finance Commission has recommended the adoption of MSS in states across India and has sanctioned INR 450 crores towards this initiative.
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