EVIP Requirement 2:
Consolidation of Services
To qualify for the Consolidation of Services portion of the EVIP, eligible local units must:
- Certify to the Michigan Department of Treasury that by January 1, 2012 they have produced and made readily available to the public, a plan with one or more proposals to increase its existing level of cooperation, collaboration, and consolidation, either within the jurisdiction or other jurisdictions. A plan shall include a listing of any previous services consolidated with the cost savings realized from each consolidation and an esitmate of the potential savings for any new service consolidation being planned.
- Submit a copy of their cooperation, collaboration and consolidation plan, in accordance with the provisions of Pubic Act 63 of 2011, section 951(3)(b), to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
Consolidation Report (click to view)
By January 1, 2012 the City must prepare a consolidation plan with proposals on how to increase existing levels of cooperation, collaboration and consolidation. The report must include past efforts in collaboration along with estimated cost savings and potential future savings.