This case allows students to analyze the impact of interest rate changes in a purchase-of-service system. One conclusion is that these systems function as means of communication, the public sector’s priorities signals to the private sector (the service provider). The situation is analyzed, in which the public wants a job a-acceptance, which eliminate a one-time payment for the completion of the facility given the current cost of foster care for the adopted child.

This case allows students to analyze the impact of interest rate changes in a purchase-of-service system. One conclusion is that these systems function as means of communication, the public sector’s priorities signals to the private sector (the service provider). The situation is analyzed, in which the public wants a job a-acceptance, which eliminate a one-time payment for the completion of the ongoing costs of foster care for the adopted child.
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David W. Young
Source: The Crimson Group
4 pages.
Release Date: 1 September 2012. Prod #: TCG241-PDF-ENG
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