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15 Feb 2019

Public-private partnership on the cards for GAIA

With the approval of Cabinet, government will enter into a public-private partnership for the development, operation and expansion for the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA). Word of this came from the Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Kerrie Symmonds at the launch of the GAIA Pavement Rehabilitation and Expansion Project,

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14 Feb 2019

Six-party partnership enhances $1.8 million improvement project at Lorraine Road and State Road 70.

Sia Mollanazar watched as development applications at Lorraine Road and State Road 70 continued to trickle into the Manatee County’s Public Works department. There were proposals for the future Publix shopping center on the northeast corner of the intersection, as well as a 254-unit apartment complex immediately north of it.

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14 Feb 2019

Staff Council weighs decision to pursue public-private partnership for utilities

UI Chief Financial Officer Terry Johnson presented the university’s plans to pursue a public-private partnership for its utilities to the Staff Council. The university is pursuing input from shared governance on the plans. The University of Iowa Staff Council responded to the university’s proposal of entering a public-private partnership for

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14 Feb 2019

Senate GOP calls for public-private partnerships, new tax incentives

Senate Republicans outlined a list of proposals on Wednesday that would expand public-private partnerships, create new tax incentives – and possibly add to Connecticut’s coffers. The lawmakers proposed several bills that aim to lower government costs by implementing public-private partnerships with state human services agencies. State Sen. Kevin Kelly, R-Stratford,

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13 Feb 2019

Opinion: The TSA should be a public-private partnership

Now in the news, the stress put on the TSA has been cited as a key reason that President Trump took the high road and ended the recent 35-day government shutdown—the longest in our nation’s history. With another government shutdown perhaps looming in the near future the question has to

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13 Feb 2019

UI Faculty Senate addresses potential public-private partnershi

Some Faculty Senate members expressed concerns that the UI’s recent announcement of a potential public-private partnership would remain beneficial long-term. Faculty Senate members debated the pros and cons of handing over management of its utility system to a private contractor on Tuesday, contemplating the potential benefits to the institution in

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13 Feb 2019

Government failure on public-private partnerships highlighted

Finance deputy executive director Ally Angula says the government has failed to manage partnerships between the state and the private sector. Angula made these remarks during a panel discussion at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) which focused on public-private partnerships last week. She was speaking as the

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12 Feb 2019

Insights Into Improving the Practice of Supply-Chain Public-Private Partnerships

The sourcing, manufacturing and logistics within corporate supply chains can benefit from partnerships with governments and nonprofit organizations. These joint endeavors support a range of social and business objectives by employing the expertise and assets of multiple sectors. From technical advice on the use of natural resources for improved efficiency

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