Nonprofit organizations and public policy

The public is increasingly expecting public sector services to be comparable to the best in the private sector. Governments are facing more public and media scrutiny of decision making, spending and performance, of which of which leads to greater accountability. As governments seek innovative ways to transform their productivity we also expect to see the continued growth of the mixed economy between public, private and nonprofit providers of public services and the greater role of private and nonprofit organizations in taking on issues traditionally seen as the preserve of public policy. The key issue for nonprofits will be to restructure their organizations to integrate effectively into this challenging environment.

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  1. Tim

    Peter, I absolutely agree. And how nonprofits are managed and the role of volunteers will undergo a deep transformation in the process. I’m curious what inspired this post?

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