Delivery Demographics allocated by zip population
A National delivery system expense/service provider revenue stream
- A government entity may be the customer to any level entity in the hierarchy as an expense.
- A government entity may be revenue to a supplier on behalf of the consumer in a specific program based on the population in the total addressable market a zip code population.
L3-Program – A delivery system with national oversight and multiple states within the program
- A non-profit organizationmay be a supplier to a program-Expense
- Similar to annual planning investment – an awarded allocation commitment.
- A non-profit organization may be the service provider in a program-Revenue.
- Similar to the earned value based on specific contract terms funds are paid as the revenue after delivery to the population served.
L4-State-A delivery system that has only a state results consolidation by state into a parent program
L5-County-A delivery system with only a single county results consolidated into the program
L6-District-A delivery system with only a single district results consolidated into the program.
Teacher provider of the service offer – expense
Customer a parent or guardian
Consumer a child the offer would be measured by the learned lesson’s – earning revenue
- Life Cycle of the process of an child in the education system each object represents the federal, state, county or local government program investment. The offers
Business Service to a consumer in the education delivery system-the consumer a child has relationships with different service providers who are funded by Federal>Programs>State>County>District>School
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