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    Annual Privatization Report 2010

    Annual Privatization Report

    Annual Privatization Report 2010

    Privatization trends in local, state and federal government, plus education, transportation and telecom

    Now in its 24th year of publication, Reason Foundation’s Annual Privatization Report is the world’s longest running and most comprehensive report on privatization news, developments and trends.

    Readers will notice that we’ve made a significant change with the Annual Privatization Report 2010, publishing it as a series of reports arranged by topic, rather than one consolidated report as in previous years. We expect that this will make it easier to use as a resource and find the information you are looking for.

    Annual Privatization Report 2010 details the latest on privatization and government reform initiatives at all levels of government. The individual sections of APR 2010-which will be released throughout February 2011-include:

    Your comments on Annual Privatization Report 2010 are important to us. Please feel free to contact me with questions, suggestions or for more information. For the most up-to-date information on the rapidly changing privatization world, please visit Reason’s privatization research archive and our policy blog, Out of Control.

    Leonard C. Gilroy, Editor
    Director of Government Reform, Reason Foundation
    leonard.gilroy@reason.org

    Leonard Gilroy is Senior Managing Director of the Pension Integrity Project at Reason Foundation, a nonprofit think tank advancing free minds and free markets. The Pension Integrity Project assists policymakers and other stakeholders in designing, analyzing and implementing public sector pension reforms.