Shared services allows the government to redirect resources to critical mission activities and strategic priorities and provide shared platforms in areas such as cybersecurity, benefits, law enforcement, financial services and defense.
Using a shared services provider to carry out these functions enables the government to standardize, reduce and cut administrative costs. It can also enhance service quality by improving processes and incorporating secure, innovative technologies across government agencies at the same time.
Shared services can also enable government to achieve enterprise goals by improving its ability to work across agency boundaries and achieve economies of scale.
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