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Module 5: Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) - PPP Project Cycle
Transcript of Module 5: Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) - PPP Project Cycle
ESCAP is the regional development arm of the United Nations and serves as the main economic and social development centre for the United Nations in Asia and the Pacific
PPP Project Cycle
Monitoring service delivery
PPP Project Cycle
Project identified as a national priority
Private Sector Capacity
Final proposals (with financial bid)
Clarifications on RFP
lowest tariff for users
Dispute resolution mechanisms
Contract administration manual
Qualitative "Value for Money" Assessment
Provide answers in writing to all bidders
Request for Proposals (RFP)
Revise draft contract
lowest cost to government
Main project characteristics
Government support ?
compliance with standards?
Technical & Financial criteria
Source of ideas
Clear procedures & responsibilities
and sufficient resources
Efficient communication channels & detailed reporting
Adjustment & Renegotiation
demand / revenues?
Risk of corruption
Resources / Costs
cost vs. benefit
Legal and Regulatory
Environment & Social
PPP really best option?
Value for Money
Approval to proceed with Bidding
Draft PPP contract
Request for Qualification (RFQ)
Project information (key commercial terms)
Timeline & information on the procurement process
capacity (design, construction, operation and maintenance)
(3 to 6)
Increase chance of success
No "material changes"
Pressure from lenders
Meeting all precedent conditions
Finalizing project agreements
Securing permits and minimum land acquisition
Approval to sign the contract
Qualification & Selection criteria
Interaction with Bidders
Approval to proceed with PPP development