Public Performance Partners is a non-profit organization that brings together subject matter experts to help your county, city, township, school district or institution of higher learning plan and execute cost-saving strategies to help you continue to provide valuable public service.
We recognize and seek opportunities for collaboration, consolidation and cooperation among the layers of governmental entities in the state of Ohio. We aim to identify efficiency opportunities and provide much needed best-practice research, trend analysis, implementation support and training for our clients. We understand the fiscal constraints in the public sector and we have designed our terms of engagement with clients with that in mind. If you would like more information about how we can put boots on the ground and help lower costs in your public enterprise, contact us today for more information.
Scarce dollars amplify the need for expertise to enable transformative changes that reduce the costs of local governments. Public Performance Partners will provide boots on the ground resources to research, design, and assist in the implementation of best practices to public entities at the local level and fill a critical void left by a lack of state resources to otherwise do so.
Part of our mission at Public Performance Partners is to share the hard won experience of our associates, clients and experts. In this section you will find useful information about the state of public performance management, definitions, concept explanations and case studies.
Our blog is a place to share news about how local governments, school districts and other publicly funded enterprises are coping with today’s challenging fiscal environment. You’ll find news clips, news and announcements from P3 and occasional analysis from one of our partners regarding current events in public management and policy.
In December 2010 Hugh Quill turned a page in his 25-year career in public service and began the non-profit public sector consultancy, Public Performance Partners. Immediately prior to P3, Hugh served as director of the Ohio Department of Administrative Services and spent … [Read More...]
Public Performance Partners is a not for profit enterprise because it allows us to provide first rate services to public entities at greatly reduced rates.
Our business model includes fee for service, performance contracting and charitable subsidies.
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