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.
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Access the four cases below:
Infrastructure Investment and our Intergovernmental System: Ten Tools for Effective Action
Grand Challenges in Public Administration: Connecting Individuals to Meaningful Work
Public Purchasing in an Intergovernmental System: U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance
An Intergovernmental Web and Effective Disaster Response: Difficult, but Possible