The Public-Private Partnership Center together with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) continued the roll-out of the Capacity Development Program for DPWH (Module 4.1) held on January 13, 2017 at the DPWH Central Office. Hidefumi Takahashi and Yuta Kumo from Deloitte-Tomatsu Financial Advisory LLC and Virgilio A. Sahagun from Original Engineering Consultants Co., LTD. facilitated the... continue reading
Dir. Feroisa Concordia presented the Philippine PPP Program and the functions of the PPP Center during the Workshop on the Establishment of Regional Ecozones for CARAGA, ARMM, & Region XII held on Jan. 11, 2017 at the PEZA Office, Taguig City. The participants of the event include the LGUs’ Planning and Development Officers and Investment... continue reading
Director Feroisa Francisca T. Concordia discussed the Philippine PPP Program and PPP Center’s services and technical assistance that can be provided to local government units (LGUs) during the 1st CALABARZON Investment Forum on Jan. 12, 2017 at Queen Margarette Hotel, Lucena City. The event was participated by officials and staff from LGUs in CALABARZON. Various... continue reading
PPP Center Executive Director Ferdinand A. Pecson discussed the latest status on airport PPP projects and other PPP updates in an interview at Bloomberg TV Philippines Starting Gate on December 22, 2016.
Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark A. Villar and Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade led the opening of NAIA Expressway segment on December 20, 2016.
The PPP Center invited the media to share the new administration’s plans for PPPs. Executive Director Ferdinand A. Pecson was joined by other PPP Center officials to discuss the Philippine PPP Program direction and initiatives.
The PPP Center presented the Philippine PPP Program and the agency’s roles and mandates during the Mindanao Conference on Public-Private Partnership for the People Initiative for Local Governments (LGU P4) held on Dec. 13, 2016 (Regions 9 & 11) and Dec. 14, 2016 (Regions 10 & CARAGA) at the Dynasty Court Hotel, Cagayan de Oro... continue reading
No. Private partners can participate without certification. They only need to purchase the pre-qualification documents of the project for them to understand the bidding requirements and participate in the project’s tender process.
The PPP Center does not have the mandate to assist the private sector in undertaking PPP projects. According to Executive Order No. 8 series of 2010, the PPP Center provides technical advisory services to Implementing Agencies (IAs) These IAs are composed of national government agencies (NGAs), government financial institutions (GFIs), local government units (LGUs), government-owned... continue reading
The Center is composed of six Services with different divisions per service. These are: a. Project Development and Monitoring Facility Service b. Project Development Service c. Policy Formulation and Project Evaluation and Monitoring Service d. Capacity Building and Knowledge Management Service e. Legal Service f.Administrative Service
The PPP Center provides technical assistance to national government agencies (NGAs), government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs), government financial institutions (GFIs), state universities and colleges (SUCs), and local government units (LGUs) to help them develop and implement PPP projects. The Center also manages the Project Development and Monitoring Facility, a revolving pool of funds meant to... continue reading
The PPP Center facilitates the implementation of the country’s Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Program. It is a government institution that serves as a central coordinating and monitoring agency for all PPP projects in the country. It champions the country’s PPP Program by enabling implementing agencies (IAs) in all aspects of project preparation and by providing projects... continue reading
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are contractual arrangements entered into by the government with the private sector. Under a PPP scheme, the private sector can build, operate, and maintain public infrastructure facilities and provide services traditionally delivered by the government. Examples of these are road, airports, bridges, hospitals, schools, prisons, railways, and water and sanitation projects.
Republic Act (RA) 6957 as amended by RA 7718 (commonly known as the Build-Operate-Transfer Law) and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) is the legal framework when the government enters into PPP.
The purpose of this FOI Manual (Manual) is to provide the process to guide and assist the PPP Center of the Philippines (PPP Center) in dealing with requests for information received under Executive Order (E.O.) No. 2, s. of 2016 on Freedom of Information (FOI). The Manual shall cover all requests for information directed to... continue reading
Explore PPP Investment Opportunities in the Philippines. Download the latest brochure to learn more about the various projects in the country’s PPP Pipeline (as of October 2016) ↓ Download File (PDF, 3MB)
Airports are more than just a business operation. These mega structures connect communities for personal, business, commercial, and government purposes. The Philippines, consisting of more than 7,000 islands, is operating on 215 airport terminals as of 2013. With the booming tourism industry and increase in economic activities, the daily air traffic and airport congestion continue... continue reading
“With the successful completion of three (3) PPP projects in 2015, motorists, schoolchildren, and the commuting public are now enjoying the benefits brought by the Department of Public Works and Highways’ (DPWH) Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway, the 9,296 classrooms constructed under Phase 1 of the Department of Education’s (DepEd) PPP for School Infrastructure Project (Phase 1), and... continue reading
This issue of the PPP Talk features five (5) operational PPP projects. One of them is on the cover, the Automatic Fare Collection System (AFCS) project or also known as the Beep Card, which achieved its full system acceptance last December 16, 2015. ↓ Download File
Explore PPP Investment Opportunities in the Philippines. Download the latest brochure to learn more about the various projects in the country’s PPP Pipeline (as of May 2016) ↓ Download File (PDF, 3.4MB)
Explore PPP Investment Opportunities in the Philippines. Download the latest brochure to learn more about the various projects in the country’s PPP Pipeline (as of February 2016) ↓ Download File (PDF, 4MB)
THE COMMON STATION that will link Metro Manila’s three urban rail systems is expected to be completed by 2019, after the government and some of the country’s biggest companies finally signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) for the project that spent nearly eight years in limbo. “The MoA was the result of discussions made after... continue reading
It is a P2.8-billion, 13,700-square-meter project that will connect the LRT1, MRT3, and MRT7 MANILA, Philippines – Construction of the common station for the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) will begin December this year, after the government and the private builders finally signed a memorandum of agreement on Wednesday, January 18.... continue reading
Rarely seen together, the country’s top businessmen come to agree on the final location of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT)-Light Rail Transit (LRT) Common Station project MANILA, Philippines – By April 2019, the country’s first common station linking Metro Manila’s 3 major mass rail transit systems is targeted to start commercial operations, after putting an... continue reading
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) welcomed the year with one major snag resolved with the signing of a memorandum of agreement (MOA) among parties involved in the construction of the common station, a facility that will connect three overhead railway systems in Metro Manila. Officials from the DOTr and the Department of Public Works and... continue reading
MANILA, Jan. 18 (PNA) — After being stalled for several years, the construction of a common station that will connect the Light Rail Transit (LRT) and the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) will start in December 2017. This after a memorandum of agreement (MOA) was signed Wednesday by the Deartment of Transportation, SM Prime Holdings Inc.,... continue reading
The government and its private sector partners will start the construction of the P2.8-billion common station that will link Metro Manila’s overhead train system in Quezon City by December, eight years after discussions started. SM Group’s Hans Sy, Ayala Corp.’s Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, San Miguel Corp.’s Ramon Ang, Metro Pacific Investments Corp.’s Manuel... continue reading
INCENTIVES will be granted to new ventures that will help spread the benefits of the country’s fast economic growth to the countryside, according to the current administration’s draft first Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) shown to reporters yesterday. The 2017-2019 IPP, read a draft message to be signed by President Rodrigo R. Duterte, aims to help... continue reading