Rethinking the Emergency Services Delivery Model
Government officials today are exploring innovative ways to eliminate duplicate services and foster regional collaboration without impacting the delivery of quality emergency response to the community.
Current economic realities require that public-sector organizations consider whether a shared services model — related to facilities, workforce, networks and/or technology — will create operational efficiencies.
Mission Critical Partners works closely with government leaders to determine whether a shared services model is ideal for their community. Working collaboratively with our clients, we evaluate the opportunity that can be gained through consolidation, collocation, facility and technology sharing and/or organizational change. Our approach is impartial and even-handed, taking into consideration the sense of ownership each community has to its respective emergency service organization. Ultimately, our commitment is to aid our clients with the implementation of a solution that will help them deliver improved response and service to their community over the long term.
We begin every shared service initiative with an objective assessment. To ensure a comprehensive, seamless transition, we provide transition and change-management assistance.
What Clients Can Expect
- Understand what efficiencies can be gained while maintaining or exceeding service delivery
- Manage the difficulties of transitioning the workforce to a shared services model
- Experience a smooth transition of emergency operations and staff to shared facilities and technologies
- Engage stakeholders to alleviate the anxiety that comes with change
- Understand where cost efficiencies exist
Key Areas of Shared Services & Consolidation Expertise
Shared Services / Consolidation Insights
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National Capital Region CAD2CAD Assessment
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MCP Helps the Imperial Valley Communications Authority Pursue PSAP Regionalization
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Expert Advice to Guide Your Facility Project
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