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Guidance for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in New Zealand

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  • Guidance for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in New Zealand
  • Published: 2 Oct 2009
  • Author: National Infrastructure Unit
  • Ref. No: Version 1.1
  • Pages: (4),30
  • ISBN: 978-0-478-33082-3 (Online)
  • Pub. type: Publications
  • Copyright: © Crown Copyright
 

Guidance for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in New Zealand

Published 2 Oct 2009

The purpose of this guide is to outline for government agencies, potential bidders and the public the general direction and principles that will be adopted for public private partnerships (PPPs), the processes that are to be followed and the rationale for them. It also provides a framework for assessing whether a PPP is to be preferred over other forms of procurement in any given situation. More detailed guidance will be developed as we gain experience with PPPs, or as particular issues present themselves.

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1. Introduction

2. Support and Quality Assurance

  • The Role of the National Infrastructure Unit
  • Gateway Review Process
  • Other Guidance

3. The Process

4. The Service Need

5. Procurement Options

  • Choosing between a PPP and Conventional Procurement
  • Overall Assessment of PPPs vs Conventional Procurement
  • Other Reasons for Embarking on a PPP

6. Business Case (Stage 1)

  • Reputational Risk
  • Financial Impact, Accounting Treatment and Appropriation
  • Public Sector Comparator (PSC)

7. Project Development

  • Project Management Structure
  • Engagement of Advisors
  • Commercial Principles
  • Market Sounding

8. Business Case (Stage 2)

9. The Bidding Process

  • Expressions of Interest (EOI)
  • Request for Proposals (RFP)
  • Bid Evaluation

10. Project Finalisation Review and Final Negotiation

11. Contract Management

Appendix 1: Description of Alternative Procurement Types

ppp-guid-oct09.pdf (137 KB) pp. 34

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