Following the good example set by eastern Slovak villages, the city of Bratislava will soon open its own „municipal shared services center“. In order to unburden its own organizations of activities that have nothing to do with their core agenda, and thus improve the quality of services provided and cut costs, it aims to create Municipal Shared Services for Bratislava in the coming years. The Slovak Spectator news media recently published an article depicting more light on a concept of municipal shared services in Slovakia. Peter Rusiňák, BSCF coordinator and AmCham Senior Policy Manager, adds his thoughts on benefits this might bring for the city and its citizens.
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