The Call Center, 911 Services, Public Works field services, fleet services, the city attorney's office and municipal court solicitor will remain with private-sector partners. Information: https://bit.ly/2JGfbNl
About 183 contract positions will be brought in-house, bringing the total number of city-held positions to 482.
Sandy Springs, which pioneered the “P3” public-private partnership model for municipal governance when it was incorporated in 2005, will retain a hybrid model for services, Paul said.
“We are not abandoning the P3 model and are keeping some private-sector providers for services where the costs make sense,” Paul said. “We will continue to evaluate P3 options with in-house service delivery, and will again ask the private sector to bid on these services when job conditions and other market forces allow us to obtain competitive prices.”