This chapter analyses the performance of the different community service provider arrangements and considers how they match the enabling support environment types, showing that there is much diversity in the patterns of institutional matching. It highlights a number of trends in the organisational arrangements for community management in India. The chapter shows a difference in the pattern of emphasis between programmes which are considered to be domestically-driven and those which are more internationally driven. It argues that this is leading to a split between programmes that retain a conventional community management approach and a shift to programmes that have greater sharing of responsibility between support agencies and communities. The chapter compares the characteristics of the community service provider arrangements starting with service-level outcomes. Further developing the institutional analysis, the chapter ends by considering the financial differences between the enabling support environment typologies.