Public Private Partnership (PPP) can
mobilize private sector investment and expertise to provide much-needed
infrastructure and public services. It can transform government
departments and contracting authorities from being owners and operators
of assets into knowledgeable purchasers of services from the private
sector. However, with more than 110 countries competing for PPP funding
and expertise, success depends on the development of public and private
sector capacity and understanding of PPP.
In this course, we examine PPP from
first principles to real-world examples, learning from the success and
failure of PPP projects around the world. We introduce, demonstrate and
test best practice recommendations for project evaluation, contractual
drafting, procurement and contract management. We dispel some common
myths and misconceptions concerning PPP, and we address crucial
practical issues such as community and stakeholder engagement,
incentivizing or compelling contractual performance and dealing with
requests for variation or renegotiation of contract terms.
This course will enhance your ability to
determine whether PPP is the best vehicle for your projects, and to
ensure that you have in place the contract terms and contract management
techniques to ensure long-term success.
At the end of this seminar, you will learn to:
Analyze and evaluate project proposals to decide whether they are suitable for PPP
Apply best practice in procurement, promoting transparency, fairness and bankability
Understand where contractual disputes are most likely to arise, and how to deal with them
Decide how best to respond to problems, and how to rescue a PPP
Determine how to secure and maintain political and public confidence in PPP
Evaluating project proposals, whether invited or unsolicited
Managing or mitigating demand risk
Drafting, negotiating and managing performance of high-quality PPP contracts
Accurately and confidently deciding how best to respond to delays, problems or unforeseen events
Communicating the social value and economic benefits of PPP
Best practice for project evaluation and procurement
What makes a bankable PPP?
How to use payment mechanisms to incentivize or enforce contractual performance
The lessons we can learn from PPP successes and failures
The essential role of good contract management from beginning to end
Whom to Attend
This course is specifically designed for
central government bodies and contracting authorities considering PPP
to address infrastructure or public service requirements.
This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
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