2012. Survey Reveals Necessity of Interagency Cooperation. InterAgency Journal Vol. 3, no. 1 (February): 49-50. https://thesimonscenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/IAJ-3-1-pg49-50.pdf (accessed 22 February 2012).
A section from the InterAgency Journal regarding a survey by the Government Business Council and Booz Allen Hamilton. The survey found that sixty-five percent of federal managers say budget pressures will increase the necessity for interagency cooperation. However, it also found widespread skepticism about the plausibility of attaining fluid interagency cooperation and reveals many impediments such as lack of communication, lack of clear interagency policy, and the presence of interagency politics. The survey goes on to highlight target areas where interagency cooperation is deemed most useful and vital.