Why? / Phase One / Roadmap

Why is cross-jurisdictional sharing being considered?

Issues related to this question should be addressed in Phase One of the Roadmap to Develop Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Initiatives.

Examples of issues to consider:

  • What is the issue that needs to be addressed?
  • Can the solutions to the issue be found through internal management activities or reallocation of existing resources?
  • Is CJS likely to help solve the issue being addressed?
  • What are the goals of the CJS initiative being considered?

 
Resources to help answer these questions can be found below the line.

The resources are part of the Center’s CJS Resource Library, which contains best practices, lessons learned and tools that can help jurisdictions considering or adopting cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangements. While most tools and resources in the library focus primarily on public health CJS, some address public sector CJS more broadly. To see a complete list of all resources in the library, select this link. To find resources specifically linked to this topic, look below the line on this page. The icons specify resource type. To see a complete list (not just those linked to this topic) of resources categorized by type, select a link from the icon definition list below.

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