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A major problem facing state and local governments in North Carolina today is the increasing complexity of society, and thus obtaining information on priorities, decisions, and actions. Beyle and Williams offer advice to North Carolina governmental agencies for staying abreast of situations and policies.
Regionalism means, for the purpose of this article, the grouping of the state's counties to share in mutually beneficial programs. Combining counties into cooperative regional partners streamlines development and makes federal programs more accessible to counties or cities otherwise unable to apply. In 1981 there were 18 regions across the state established between the years 1965 and 1979.