Creation date: May 3, 2011
The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) is organising a workshop titled “Appraising, Prioritising and Procuring Public Sector Capital Investment Projects - What are the Options? Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) v Conventional Procurement” on 24-25 May 2011 in its Maastricht premises.
The recently released White Paper on Transport: Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area - towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system, hints at an increasing role for PPPs in the implementation of the TEN-T. A clear focus on assessing projects for their PPP potential is a theme to be developed for the next budget cycle.
The workshop, which is aimed at officials and experts from national ministries, executive agencies and regional governments, will also feature a speaker from the TEN-T EA’s Financial Engineering sector who will outline the practices of the Agency in evaluating projects and in assessing the potential role of public-private partnerships. Furthermore there will be a discussion of the current appraisal methods used by the TEN-T Programme in project selection and how they compare and contrast to those used in assessing projects for PPP potential.
To consult the official agenda for this event or register, please consult EIPA’s website.