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PPPGB ​Guidelines and Issuances

DISCLAIMER. The following are the signed copies of the Guidelines as approved by the Public-Private Partnership Governing Board (PPPGB). You may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, or distribute in any way the contents of these circulars without prior written permission from the PPP Center.

2018

Guidelines on Managing Unsolicited Proposals under Republic Act No. 6957 as Amended by Republic Act No. 7718

This Guidelines aim to a) Prevent avoidable delays in the processing of USPs; b) Facilitate a clearer understanding of the government’s requirements; c) Establish a cohesive link among all relevant issuances; and d) Make it easier to follow the rules for procurement.

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2018-03-05 – Framework on PPP Center’s Assistance on Joint Venture Agreements

This issuance seeks to provide framework on the PPP Center’s assistance to Government Entities in undertaking Joint Ventures Agreements (JVAs) in the context of existing JVA-related guidelines and policies.

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2018-03-03 Guidelines on Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

The Government is committed to ensure fair, impartial, transparent, and efficient Public-Private Partnership (PPP) procurement process. Probity is an important aspect of this commitment as the Government invites domestic and international investments into infrastructure.

This guidelines replace Policy Circular No. 05B-2017 dated February 14, 2017.

2017

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2017-12-06: Guidelines on Setting Financial Bid Parameters for the Selection of Project Proponent in PPP Projects

These Guidelines aim to rationalize the framework that Implementing Agencies may use in determining the most advantageous financial bid parameters for PPP projects that will ensure the best value-for-money outcomes for the Government, as well as the best interest of the user community.

Code of Conduct for the PPP Governing Board

This Code of Conduct aims to establish guidelines for ethical standards of conduct of the PPP Governing Board and to help determine the appropriate demeanor in certain cases.

This Code of Conduct represents an overall framework by which all members of the Board shall endeavor to act and behave. It is not an exclusive listing of all ethical rules or requirements. All members of the Board shall be congnizant of their responsibilities under the law and shall require as to whether any contemplated act is in violation of this Code or any other applicable ethical rule or requirement.

♦ Policy Circular No. 05B-2017-Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

The Government is committed to ensure fair, impartial, transparent, and efficient Public-Private Partnership (PPP) procurement process. Probity is an important aspect of this commitment as the Government invites domestic and international investments into infrastructure.

2016

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2016-06-02: Guidelines on Public Consultation and Engagement for PPP Projects

This Guidelines institutionalizes the consultation and engagement of the public, with the end view of improving transparency in the development and implementation of PPP projects.

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2016-06-05: Guidelines on Assessing Value for Money in PPP Projects

The Government’s objective is to attain the most cost-efficient way to deliver services to its citizens. In Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Value for Money (VfM) analysis ensures that infrastructures and services are provided at lower costs and related risks are taken into account.

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2016-06-04: Guidelines on Managing Government Employees Affected by PPP Projects

The Government’s employees are among the biggest assets in building modern public infrastructure and delivering efficient public services. This Policy Circular aims to set out a framework for managing government employees affected by PPP projects.

Guidelines on Assessing Value for Money in PPP Projects

The Government’s objective is to attain the most cost-efficient way to deliver services to its citizens. In Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Value for Money (VfM) analysis ensures that infrastructures and services are provided at lower costs and related risks are taken into account.

Amended in Policy Circular No. 09A-2016-Assessing Value for Money in PPP Projects

Policy Circular No. 08-2016 Managing Government Employees Affected by PPP Projects

The Government’s employees are among the biggest assets in building modern public infrastructure and delivering efficient public services. This Policy Circular aims to set out a framework for managing government employees affected by PPP projects.

Amended in Policy Circular No. 08A-2016 Managing Government Employees Affected by PPP Projects

Policy Circular No. 05A-2016-Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

The Government is committed to ensure fair, impartial, transparent, and efficient Public-Private Partnership (PPP) procurement process. Probity is an important aspect of this commitment as the Government invites domestic and international investments into infrastructure.

Amended in Policy Circular No. 05B-2017-Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

2015

PPP Governing Board Resolution No. 2015-09-01: Guidelines on PPP Monitoring Framework and Monitoring Protocols

This Guidelines seeks to identify the roles and responsibilities of the key parties involved in monitoring the implementation of PPP projects; to define the protocols for generating, processing, and sharing information for monitoring the implementation of PPP projects; and to document information on lessons learned and best practices during project implementation that can be used in planning, evaluating, and implementing future PPP projects.

Termination Payment for PPP Projects

Termination Payment (TP) refers to the amount payable by the Government or the Concessionaire on the occurence of an event or series of events provided for in the PPP contract that results in the termination of said contract

Policy Circular No. 05-2015 Policy Circular on Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

This Policy Circular aims to institutionalize the appointment of Probity Advisors prior to the commencement of applicable PPP procurements to manage and provide an independent opinion on probity issues that may arise during the procurement process; and for confirming that the concluded process has met the probity requirements.

Amended in Policy Circular No. 05A-2016-Appointment of Probity Advisors for PPP Procurement

Guidelines on Viability Gap Funding (VGF)

This Guideline seeks to institutionalize a VGF scheme for PPP projects to make economically-viable PPP projects affordable to the public and at the same time, improve their commercial attractiveness.

Institutionalization of Best Practices in the Public-Private Partnership Processes

This Guidelines aims to institutionalize best practices in PPP procurement process and project implementation across the government and to guide the implementing agencies in effectively integrating these into the PPP procurement process and project implementation.

Guidelines on the Identification, Selection and Prioritization of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Projects

This Guidelines aims to institutionalize the criteria and process in the identification, selection, and prioritization of PPP projects using Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) approach, which can be a useful tool in determining potential PPP projects and ensuring generation of a credible list of projects that have a relatively higher potential of being procured using the PPP scheme.