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Davao port PPP set for Q1 auction

Davao port PPP set for Q1 auction

Business World, 01 January 2013 By Lorenz Cristoffer S. Marasigan   THE TRANSPORTATION agency is poised to auction off the P4.04-billion Davao-Sasa Port Modernization public-private-partnership (PPP) in the first quarter of the year, government officials said. “We are looking at bidding out the Davao-Sasa project in the first quarter of the year,” Transportation Secretary Joseph... continue reading

Govt commits to honor PPP deals

Govt commits to honor PPP deals

Manila Standard Today, 26 December 2013 By Jennifer Ambanta   The Public-Private Partnership Center assured investors the government will honor all contracts with the private sector in the future, despite the controversy surrounding the deal between Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System and its two private concessionaires. PPP Center executive director Cosette Canilao said the government... continue reading

Review of PPP, infra program sought

Review of PPP, infra program sought

Business Mirror, 01 January 2014 By Mia M. Gonzalez   A SENATOR is seeking a review of the government’s infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership (PPP) programs. Sen. Grace Poe filed Senate Resolutions (SR) 408 and 409 before Congress went on break, urging the proper Senate committees to review the PPP scheme and the government’s infrastructure program. Poe... continue reading

PPP for School Infrastructure – Phase I Project

PPP for School Infrastructure – Phase I Project

A heart-warming video on how DepEd’s PPP for School Infrastructure Project will impact future generations of school children in the country. Video courtesy of Megawide Corporation

DOTC to bid out P4-B Davao wharf

DOTC to bid out P4-B Davao wharf

Philippine Star, 01 January 2013 MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) will bid out the construction, operation and maintenance of the proposed P4.04-billion Sasa Wharf at the Davao Port in Mindanao in the first quarter this year. Transportation Secretary Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo said the agency is set to present the project... continue reading

PPP gets moving

PPP gets moving

Inquirer, 31 December 2013 Bracing news to usher in 2014: Something positive is happening to the Aquino administration’s flagship public-private partnership (PPP) program, which had been roundly panned for failing to take off. (Some have even begun to refer to PPP as “PowerPoint presentation”—a term to twit the administration for supposedly failing to go beyond... continue reading

Overview

Overview

PDMF Overview as of September 2022 For more information on PDMF, please contact: Project Development and Monitoring Facility Service Telefax: (632) 8929.8592 Trunkline No. (632) 8709.4146 ATTY. JOANNE B. BABON Director IV Local No. 3002 RENO JOSEPH N. CANTRE Director III Local No. 3001

‘Teka-teka’

‘Teka-teka’

For more than three years now, heads of government offices have seemingly adopted “teka-teka” mode. This has sort of become the order of the day for those running the various government agencies in the “Tuwid na Daan” of President Benigno “Noy” Aquino III. Typical of Filipino words that are loosely repeated, “teka-teka” means literally “wait,... continue reading

Legal

Legal

The PPP Center Legal Service renders legal advice in the formulation, review, and improvement to Public-Private Partnership policies, Implementing Rules and regulations (IRR), as well as other related operational policy concerns. It also reviews and provides recommendations to address potential litigation arising from PPP contract variations. Another service we provide is the conduct of legal... continue reading

PDMF

PDMF

PDMF Overview as of April 2022 For more information on PDMF, please contact: Project Development and Monitoring Facility Service Telefax: (632) 8929.8592 Trunkline No. (632) 8709.4146 ATTY. JOANNE B. BABON Director IV Local No. 3002 RENO JOSEPH N. CANTRE Director III Local No. 3001