Being challenged in filling IT positions in a timely manner and plagued with related inefficiencies, an Arizona County pursued a cooperative IT staffing contract for all County departments to utilize. Maricopa County’s Temporary Staffing Cooperative Agreement, a national cooperative contract through U.S. Communities yielded several benefits, as described in this case study:
“ … generated first-year savings of $275,000 … The agreement has streamlined hiring by consolidating multiple separate county-used temporary staffing contracts awarded by the state. It has also improved the temporary staffing procurement process by leveraging a single managed temporary staffing services provider.”
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