||Study of Managerial Practices in Rural Water Systems.
Carte, Charles P. ;
Williams, J, D. C. ;
||Mississippi State Univ., State College. Water Resources Research Inst.
||OWRR-B-008-MISS; 14208,; B-008-MISS(1)
( Water supply ;
Management methods) ;
( Rural areas ;
Water services) ;
Systems engineering ;
Management analysis ;
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The rural community water system program in Mississippi has grown until the systems total is now over 580, the second largest of all the states. Due to the rapid growth and changing demands and standards, a study of managerial practices was deemed appropriate. The emphasis is directed toward deficiencies in management. Also of concern were the relations of operating and maintenance costs per user to system size.