Promoting public-private partnerships remains an important task – although it should be noted that more and more public entities are choosing to use this model. In any case, when considering it, it is worth refering to the PPP guidelines.
Recently, Public-Private Partnership published the fourth volume of the PPP Guidelines – this time devoted to PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT MANAGEMENT.
THE PUBLICATION IS A COMPREHENSIVE – AND VERY ACCESSIBLE – DISCUSSION OF THE ISSUES OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT, AT ALL STAGES OF PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION.
The authors have addressed such issues as the roles and responsibilities of the parties to a PPP contract in the process of its management; the financial model of the contract and the management of risks arising from it; organizational preparation of the public entity to manage the contract and the completion of the contract and return of the constructed infrastructure.
IT IS CERTAINLY A VALUABLE PUBLICATION, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN PARTNERSHIPS – BOTH IN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR. HENCE IT IS SIMPLY WORTH READING.