Solution:The given statement is false.
"Coming Together Federation": This sort of federation involves independent states joining forces to create a larger organisation so that they can boost security by sharing sovereignty and maintaining their identities. As opposed to this, a "Holding Together Federation" is a federation in which a major nation chooses to split its authority between its member states and the national government. The federal government and the states always appear to have an equal amount of power under the Coming Together Federation. The individual states in this federation are the only ones with authority. In the end, the country becomes more stable. USA, Australia, and Switzerland are examples.
So, Holding together federation does not help in pooling all resources in an efficient manner.