Collaborative and Shared Services
GISD's Collaborative and Shared Services provides practical and economical business, technology, and operational solutions that help build efficiencies for local units of government and nonprofit organizations.
Funding for public schools in Michigan has been on the decline for years. In response, GISD has instituted various shared and collaborative service programs and partnerships that have resulted in millions of dollars of public funds being saved. Like school districts, local units of government have also experienced a significant decline in revenue as a result of deteriorating taxable values and slashed State Revenue Sharing. Consequently, local units of government are also seeking ways to save public funds.
Through the utilization of collaborations, consortia, partnerships, and economies of scale, the following GISD Collaborative and Shared Services programs can help schools, local units of government, and nonprofit organizations as they seek to share resources and build efficiencies.
Services available to schools, local units of government, and nonprofit organizations
Shared Business Services cost saving partnerships that save school districts money, such as:
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