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This is a summary of policies and procedures governing procurement and selection of consultants in Bank-financed projects.
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The purpose of this Report is to present and discuss ‘recommended’ language in respect of a selection of these typically encountered provisions. The ‘recommendations’ contained in this Report are not meant to be prescriptive – specifically, they are not mandatory clauses for use in all PPP transactions which the World Bank Group financially supports.
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Europe & Middle East Europe & Middle East
EBRD 2014
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The WTO/GPA (Government Procurement Agreement) establishes a framework of rights and obligations with respect to laws, regulations, procedures and practices regarding public procurement. The aim of the WTO/GPA is to achieve greater liberalisation and expansion of world trade by establishing transparent, fair and open procurement practices. The Bank supports the development of public procurement la...
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Asia-Pacific Asia-Pacific
ABAC 2012
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presents the findings of a desktop research study of standard public-private partnership (PPP) contracts and contractual principles from economies with well-developed PPP programs, comparing the contractual clauses that provide for changes in the physical infrastructure and services through the life-cycle of a PPP project. These findings are intended to provide guidance for government officials fr...
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Africa Africa
South Africa 2004
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The objectives of this Standardisation include the promotion of a common understanding of the technical, operational and financial risks that are typically encountered in PPPs, a common understanding of how such risks must be transferred or shared among the parties involved in the delivery of PPPs, a consistent approach to risk transfer, risk sharing and value for money across PPPs falling within...
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Latin America Latin America
IaDB 2011
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The Standard Bidding Documents (SBDs) are a useful tool for both Executing Agencies as well as bidders/participants since they contain instructions and provisions corresponding to the specific type of procurement processes. The objective of these SBDs is to ensure compliance with the principles of economy, transparency and efficiency in the execution of IDB-financed projects.
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SADC Ongoing
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The SADC 3P Network was initially established to provide assistance to the Member States, DFIs and Public Private Partnership (PPP) practitioners in the region to deliver bankable PPP projects. However, it has become clear that it had to play a role in actual PPP project development and become an advisory hub for PPPs in the region. The SADC 3P Network's strategy defines facilitation of bankable p...
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University of Toronto Ongoing
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The G20 Research Group is a global network of scholars, students and professionals in the academic, research, business, non-governmental and other communities who follow the work of the G20 leaders, finance ministers and central bank governors, and other G20 institutions
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GI Hub 2016
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As part of its leading practices mandate, the GI Hub is developing a set of annotated risk allocation matrices for PPP transactions, in a variety of sectors. The appropriate allocation of risk is what determines whether a PPP project will be bankable and long-lasting. The GI Hub has engaged Norton Rose Fulbright to prepare a report on annotated risk allocation matrices.
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World Bank Ongoing
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Set out below are links to examples of standardized PPP agreements, PPP contract clauses, bidding documents and guidance manuals that were developed on the national and international level:
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