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Deloitte Report Evaluates Shared Services at DHS, DOE, NASA

budget analysis reviewA report from Deloitte and the Partnership for Public Service indicates that three federal agencies use a shared support services method in order to fulfill organizational tasks and missions, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday.

Michael O’Connell writes the “Helping Government Deliver: Transforming Mission and Support Services” report looks at the framework’s applications for NASA and the departments of Energy and Homeland Security.

NASA personnel have collaborated directly with co-workers, contractors and other agencies after that agency merged its four administrative support services into a single center, O’Connell writes.

DOE has established a consolidated business center to streamline business processes as well as manage contaminated land sites.

DHS’ standardized data management and strategic investment framework have helped build up the department’s mobility, investment, procurement and data center consolidation efforts, according to the report.

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