open government - Freddy Mariñez Navarro (38 pages)
government, and of these with the private sector (PPP: Public-Private Partnership). While
municipalities and states traditionally have been partners in the intergovernmental arena, now
generates a new form of partnership in response to the tensions inherent in intergovernmental
relations. They share ideas, information and other resources to generate specific public actions.
Also another instrument in this category refers to the collaboration we based it on that lone
agency or service system cannot effectively respond to a set of requirements submitted. The
interagency collaboration partners expected to lose total control of resources in favor of a group
of processes and resources, funding and implementation and evaluation of new services.
3. - Instruments and research capacity building. It involves building the capacity of
empowerment at all levels of government would be considered just as instruments capabilities.
The tools in this category are research, information dissemination, training and other forms of
capacity building and technical-bureaucratic skills. For example, research in public policy is
crucial to help promote interagency coordination.
4. - Instruments behavior of intergovernmental relations. The vision of accountability requires
attention to the processes of individual and group communication and processes that deal with
- Conflict prevention in an intergovernmental context draws attention in building
consensus among stakeholders of the policy arena.
- In intergovernmental relations in an environment of scarce resources and political
uncertainty, demand openness in government interactions
2.b.3.- Public-Private Partnership
What is the Public-Private Partnership? The New Public Management brought administrative
reform that emerged in response to the growing problems forced the government operation
linked to the purpose of being faithful to their public mission and try to do it effectively and
responsibly (Aguilar, 2006). In this context, the New Public Management can be defined as the
inclusion of private sector practices in the public sector. These practices were taking different