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Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, and Performance.

Rocky Mountain Credit Union

Dynamic Framework for Analyzing and Improving Intergovernmental Operations for Better Outcomes

September 15, 2020

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As the United States continues to deal with Covid-19 and the pockets of hunger and economic instability left in its wake, with raging wildfires and unprecedented extreme weather events wreaking havoc in multiple places at the same time, and with growing awareness of past and current policy inequities and consequences, the need for effective intergovernmental arrangements has become increasingly apparent.

Read the full cover memo using the button at the top of this page. We welcome your thoughts about users and uses of this resource, as well as your participation bringing this resource to life. Please get your thoughts and suggestions back to us by October 10, 2020, using the SurveyMonkey link below. If you cannot get back to us by then but would still like to be involved in this effort going forward, please let us know of your interest.

Survey Questions

  1. Please make your suggestions for additions, subtractions, or revisions to the ten tools.
  2. It has been suggested that we change the name of this resource to “10 Critical Practices for Effective Intergovernmental Practices” or “10 Essential Practices…” instead of “10 Tools.” Do you have a preference among any of these options, or suggestions for something else?
  3. Please provide your suggestions about the value, uses, and options to strengthen the tool kit.
  4. Please provide your feedback on the value of assembling a repository of intergovernmental cases, and how you think such a repository could be useful.
  5. Do you know of and/or are you interested in writing an additional case?

Access the four cases below: