Joyal, R. G. (2012). How far have we come? Information sharing, interagency collaboration, and trust within the law enforcement community. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law & Society, 25(4), 357–370. This article discusses the progress we have made with information sharing since the 9/11 attacks. It also serves to provide some historical perspective to help students understand how we got to our current state of affairs relative to information sharing.
Mele, V., & Cappellaro, G. (2018). Cross‐level coordination among international organizations: Dilemmas and practices. Public Administration, 96(4), 736–752. This article considers interagency coordination among international agencies. That international perspective has some specific characteristics that are important to consider.
Bjurstrøm, K. H. (2021). How interagency coordination is affected by agency policy autonomy. Public Management Review, 23(3), 397–421. This article considers agency independence and oversight on how well the agency coordinates with other organizations.
Mu, R., de Jong, M., & Koppenjan, J. (2019). Assessing and explaining interagency collaboration performance: A comparative case study of local governments in China. Public Management Review, 21(4), 581–605. Identifying performance measures is important to the management of any program and applies to interagency coordination as well. This article has the benefit of applying an international context while also providing some important measurements by which to evaluate an agency’s collaboration efforts.