UPDATED – Putting PPP Government Bureaucratic Problems into an Analytical Framework – PART – IIa

Aug 28, 2010 — Neil Boyle

In Part–IIa, we discuss the game changing government bureaucratic problems that arise in the development and tendering of BOT PPP projects. INFRAGOV associates in Manila, Dr. Ramon Clarete and Mr. Hector Florento brought bureaucracy problems to my attention. Both are working to resolve bureaucracy problems in their country and continue to do so here as we analyze our way through this issue. Inevitably, there comes a time when one needs to seek experts who are specialized in complementary fields, namely the procurement of PPP BOT infrastructure services, sometimes referred to as international competitive bidding or ICB. For this, Dr. Donald Strombom, formerly director of procurement for the World Bank Group and now president of an international consulting firm IDBC that specializes in getting procurement right joins us. Dr. Strombom is an associate of INFRAGOV; for interested parties his profile is accessible in the Infragov LLC & Services posting in the Home Page of this website. Our next postings (Part –IIb) will include examples of the contract hazards that are defined in Section III of this document. Part –IIb will also discuss the costs and benefits of Value for Money and DBFO contracting. Part-III of this series will cover basic and improved procurement procedures. Please click on the link below for the posting.

UPDATED – Putting PPP Government Bureaucratic Problems into an Analytical Framework — PART – IIa

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