The recent direction of national attention to the improvement of public sector productivity is evidenced by the interest in issues such as the Graham-Ruddman amendment, and the increasing privatization of public services, both within the United States and abroad. 'Total Productivity Modeling' of a public transit agency provides a quantitative framework, to document productivity gains. This approach provides an equitable method to promote productivity gains among public sector and private sector contractors in a privatization contract of a county transit fleet.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings - Fall Industrial Engineering Conference (Institute of Industrial Engineers)|
|Place of Publication||Norcross, GA, USA|
|Publisher||Inst of Industrial Engineers|
|Number of pages||9|
|State||Published - Dec 1 1986|
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