Mike Oliver leads Municipal Resource Groups Resource Development and Utilization practice area and serves as President of the company. Mikes services to public sector clients include advice in comparative and consolidation studies for governmental services, alternative service delivery strategies, departmental analyses and service delivery system planning. Mike serves clients by performing complex service delivery evaluations and assisting organizations in responding to the fiscal and operational challenges facing Californias local governments. Mike also leads teams conducting fiscal and service delivery analyses and presenting the findings to elected officials and employees. With over 30 years of public and private sector experience, Mike has a recognized track record of assisting clients to successfully address their complex issues. Mike has provided consulting services to public and private clients for over 17 years. Prior to joining Municipal Resource Group, he was the Director of Entitlements for Pacific Union Homes. He has served as the City Manager of the cities of Oakley, Citrus Heights and San Leandro. Mike has presented at League of California Cities and Cal-Lafco conferences and other county and professional organizations on a wide variety of subjects. His most recent presentations focus on the options for alternative service delivery and the fiscal issues faced by local government. Mike received a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and Masters Degree in Public Administration from California State University at Hayward. He has also attended the Senior Government Officials course at the Kennedy School, Harvard College and participated in training courses at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka Kansas.
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