Gartner Research

Four Operating Models for Government Shared Services

Published: 18 March 2011

ID: G00210658

Analyst(s): Massimiliano Claps

Summary

There are four types of operating models that can be used for government shared services. This research will guide IT and non-IT executives to select the most suitable option for their shared-service program.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Centralized
  • Hierarchical
  • Peer-to-Peer
  • Joint
  • Selecting the most appropriate operating Model

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