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2018
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19402
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Assessing government capability to prepare, procure and manage PPPs
Procuring Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships 2018 is designed to help governments improve their PPP regulatory quality. By benchmarking the regulatory frameworks of economies around the world against internationally recognized good practices in procuring PPPs, this assessment identifies areas for improvement in the preparation, procurement, and management of PPPs. Building on the success of Benchmarking Public-Private Partnership Procurement 2017, this...
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PPIAF,Government of Australia,World Bank Group (WBG),African Legal Support Facility,Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH)
Topic
Procurement
Published:
2018
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542
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2497
Set your infrastructure policies in the right direction in the Compact with Africa countries
The Global Infrastructure Hub’s InfraCompass provides insight on 56 countries’ policies and practices to create ideal conditions for infrastructure delivery. It achieves this by reviewing each country’s performance across 38 metrics within the six drivers of successful infrastructure: governance & institutions regulatory frameworks permits planning procurement delivery. The firs...
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Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Published:
2017
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4081
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9684
Guidelines for the Development of a Policy for Managing Unsolicited Proposals in Infrastructure Projects
When it comes to infrastructure projects, “unsolicited proposals” (USPs) represent an alternative to the traditional project initiation method where the private sector, rather than the government, takes the leading role in identifying and developing a project. In practice, many public authorities across the world resort to USPs motivated by the perspective of solving the challenges brought by their lack of capacity to identify and develop projects. However, many projects that o...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Topic
Unsolicited Proposals
Published:
2018
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496
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2426
Infrastructure investment need in the Compact with Africa countries
This update to the Global Infrastructure Outlook provides much-needed new data about the infrastructure requirements in 10 African countries. These countries are participating in the G20 Compact with Africa (CWA), an ambitious yet practical effort to substantially increase investment in these countries. The Global Infrastructure Hub is pleased to contribute this new information to support the CWA, by identifying infrastructure investment needs in seven sectors over the next 25 years.
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Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general)