Service Delivery Strategy
The Service Delivery Strategy process gives local governments and authorities the opportunity to reach agreement on the delivery of services in an effective and cost-efficient manner to Georgia's citizens. The intent of the Act is:
Each county and its municipalities has developed a service delivery strategy including the items listed above. Local governments must revise their service delivery strategy and submit it to DCA for verification when any one of the following conditions occur:
Without a Service Delivery Strategy verified by DCA, a local government or respective authorities will not be eligible to receive any state permits or financial assistance. In addition, any local projects that are not consistent with the strategy will not receive any state permits or financial assistance. Local governments should review their strategy before seeking state permits or assistance to ensure that the proposed project is consistent with the strategy.
Information and Resources
Service Delivery Act (PDF)
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