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What is the role of the PPP Center?

FAQ role of PPP Center

What is the role of the PPP Center?

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

What are PPPs?

FAQ what are PPPs

What are PPPs?

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.

What is the government’s basis for entering into PPPs?

FAQ legal basis of PPP

What is the government’s basis for entering into PPPs?

The Republic Act (RA) 6957 as amended by RA 7718, commonly known as the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law, and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) is the legal framework when the government enters into PPP.

Who owns the PPP projects?

FAQ ppp project owner

Who owns the PPP projects?

In a PPP scheme, the government owns the PPP projects. Even as the private partners build, operate, and maintain the projects, ownership remains with the government.