Compacts between government and the not-for-profit sector : a comparative case study of national and sub-national cross-sector policy frameworks
Policy interest in the not-for-profit (NFP) sector has grown in step with government’s interest in leveraging the capacity of non-state players to perform service delivery functions. Once consigned to the periphery of policy-making, the NFP sector is now widely accepted as an essential player in a mixed economy of service provision. Increasingly, the achievement of public policy objectives requires working collaboratively across sector boundaries. Government’s engagement with NFP service...[Show more]
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