The PPP Standard for a Zero Tolerance Approach to Corruption in "People-First" PPP Procurement, prepared by an international project team working under the auspices of the UNECE International PPP Centre of Excellence, is currently being peer reviewed. We welcome comments at email@example.com until 31 December 2016.
Public-private partnerships present a severe organizational and institutional challenge for the public sector. To work well they require well-functioning institutions, transparent, efficient procedures and accountable and competent public and private sectors, i.e. good governance. This Guidebook by UNECE will help improve government capacity at all levels to implement PPPs successfully.
EPEC's review of the European PPP Market features noteworthy updates for PPP transactions in the region for the first half of 2016.
Vietnam scored above the average of East Asia Pacific countries in the stages of PPP projects in the World Bank’s Benchmarking PPP Procurement report with private sector investment in infrastructure totaling US$11.3 billion between 1990 and 2015. This report presents the results from PPIAF’s independent impact assessment of its support and lessons learned in Vietnam.
Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country and largest economy, still faces infrastructure challenges, despite having committed US$38.96 billion in infrastructure investments since 2000, and having 37 active PPP projects. This report presents the results of PPIAF's independent impact assessment of its support.
No methodology has yet been generally accepted for assessing the significance of climate risks relative to all other risks to water resources projects. This book outlines a pragmatic process for risk assessment of water resources projects that can serve as a decision support tool to assist project planning under uncertainty.
A new tool to help public authorities better understand statistical rules and take well-informed PPP procurement decisions in EU Member States.
Many economies are yet to adopt broadly recognized good practices to prepare, procure, and manage Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). This new report flags potential improvements that can help governments fill the gap in an effort to provide better PPP procurement and enable better infrastructure service delivery to all.
How can governments know whether a PPP project will represent value for money? A new toolkit by UN ESCAP supports the identification and selection of PPP projects. The toolkit is based on international best practice and experiences and is designed for screening PPP projects in Asia and the Pacific.
How do you ensure that PPPs represent value for money? This OECD document provides concrete guidance for policy makers to make sure that is the case.