Public-Private Partnerships: Advancing Public Service in PartnershipJanuary 2017
Topics: Federal Transition, Presidential Transition, Government Transition
Agency leaders can better perform their mission by building innovative, mutually beneficial solutions in partnership with commercial and nonprofit stakeholders. Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) enable government to be smarter and faster in responding to change, provide better service to Americans, and grow the economy. Addressing critical national issues and better serving the nation requires PPPs that apply entrepreneurial approaches, efficient capabilities, and innovations from industry, academia, and the nonprofit world.
Note: Transition of power after a Presidential election is complicated; preparing the federal government for a seamless shift to a new administration is crucial to continuing important work on behalf of the American people. MITRE will inform this transition by sharing our insights and experiences with those involved in transition planning and with leaders in the next administration. Our recommendations derive from the ongoing, practical guidance we provide our federal agency sponsors as they face critical national challenges.
This paper is part of a collection provided to our government sponsors; it supports MITRE’s focus on assisting new administration and career civil service leaders through the transition and beyond to achieve results that matter. To view all the papers in the collection, use the "Federal Transition" link in Topics, above.