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Procuring Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships 2018

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January 2018
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Governments around the world have turned to public-private partnerships (PPPs) to design, finance, build, and operate infrastructure projects. Government capabilities to prepare, procure, and manage such projects are important to ensure that the expected efficiency gains are achieved. Procuring Infrastructure PPPs 2018 assesses the regulatory frameworks and recognized good practices that govern PPP procurement across 135 economies, with the aim of helping countries improve the governance and quality of PPP projects. It also helps fill the private sector’s need for high-quality information to become a partner in a PPP project and finance infrastructure. Procuring Infrastructure PPPs 2018 builds on the success of the previous edition, Benchmarking PPP Procurement 2017, refining the methodology and scope based on guidance from experts around the world, as well as expanding its geographical coverage. The report is organized according to the three main stages of the PPP project cycle: preparation, procurement, and contract management of PPPs. It also examines a fourth area: the management of unsolicited proposals (USPs). Using a highway transport project as a guiding example to ensure cross-comparability, the report analyzes national regulatory frameworks and presents a picture of the procurement landscape at the beginning of June 2017.

 

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World Bank. 2018. Procuring Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships Report 2018 : Assessing Government Capability to Prepare, Procure, and Manage PPPs. World Bank, Washington, DC. © World Bank. https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/29605 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.

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