Vol. 35 Nbr. 5, November 2011
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- The price of advice.
- Defending the FDNY.
- Most in-depth.
- Cost estimate: when the city brings in private companies to do public work, it can get more--and less--than it bargained for.
- 10 percent wrong: in the school system, not all private contracts get an F. But that doesn't mean they get it right.
- The road ahead: when the city hospital system brought in a consultant, was it for advice--or credibility?
- The deep dive: a plan baked in Atlanta aims to save public housing in New York.
- The business of governing: private-market motives and public agency missions don't always mix.
- Gridlock 2.0.