A video courtesy of¬†United Nation Economic Commission for Europe¬†(UNECE). ¬†This video is distributed during¬†Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Days 2012, a four-day conference held at Geneva, Switzerland. ¬† PPP Days 2012 brings together PPP practitioners from public sector PPP units and senior PPP executives worldwide to analyze and explore innovative PPP models and key policy issues.
Mr. Edward Farquharson and Mr. James Ballingall of the Infrastructure United Kingdom (IUK) from Her Majesty’s Treasury shared during the two-day workshop on the British experiences on Public-Private Partnerships. ¬†The said event also served as venue for exchange of best practices and success stories in PPP.
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The Philippines-Australia Partnership for Economic Governance Reforms is a five (5)-year Facility intended to support the Government of the Philippines in the implementation of reform programs in the areas of economic governance.
The Facility is being implemented under a partnering arrangement between the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA), the Department of Finance (DoF), and the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). It is managed by Coffey International Development.
Sample contracts were formulated by Castalia Strategic Advisors as part of the report for the second activity (Risk Management, Structuring of Public-Private Partnerships, Sample Contracts and Sample Bidding Documents) of the PEGR Reform Agenda RA006-07
The ¬†Technical Papers are working drafts that represent the views and recommendations of GHD Pty Ltd and not necessarily those of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center or of the Government of the Philippines. It should be noted that the documents are being published for comments on its substantive merit and policy implications. This will help the government to formulate well-considered and transparent policy decisions. Being a work in progress, there are parts that will be revised or modified. Permission to cite any part of this work must be obtained from the PPP Center and GHD Pty Ltd.
To formalize and sustain the capacity strengthening, training and technical assistance support by the PPP Center to LGUs, the DILG and the PPP Center mutually agreed to enter into a formal collaborative partnership.
¬†This manual provides an overview of the PPP concepts and the step-by-step processes that the LGUs need to undertake when entering into a PPP agreement.
This specifications will serve as reference in assessing prospective designs and technologies that may be proposed for the PPP Project.
Please note that this is for consultation purposes only and NOT a solicitation to Bid.
To view and download the document, ¬†please visit Department of Education website‚Äôs ¬†Files and Forms Section¬†link at ¬†http://deped-pfsed.wikispaces.com/downloads¬†and¬†scroll down to access the¬†Revised Minimum Performance Standards¬†file.