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13 Mar 2019

Samoa Launches Public-Private Partnership on E-Waste

Samoa’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) has launched a partnership with the Samoa Stationary and Books (SSAB) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HP) in New Zealand to minimize the impacts of e-waste on the island. The public-private partnership (PPP) enables HP product users to safely dispose of their toners

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12 Mar 2019

Transforming a Workforce: User-Friendly Technology Should be a Top Priority

When the public sector deploys a new technology, it does so to reach a specific set of goals. These goals are often to improve services, increase capacity, or streamline operations. And while these goals are all priorities, it is equally important that agencies also consider the importance of fostering a

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12 Mar 2019

Could Public-Private Partnerships Bring Tolls to Connecticut?

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said Thursday he is exploring public-private partnerships to construct electronic highway tolls, potentially bringing in the private sector on the controversial issue. The state would issue a request for proposals to get direct feedback from businesses, but all details have not been worked out yet. One

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12 Mar 2019

A Growing Appeal Of Public-Private Partnerships

Husch Blackwell is pleased to announce the release of its second-annual Public-Private Partnership Trends Report and the results of its fifth-annual survey of registrants attending the Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo (P3C), which took place March 4-6, 2019, in Dallas, Texas. Husch Blackwell queried conference registrants—including public sector respondents representing

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11 Mar 2019

DHS’ Big Plan for a Stronger Public-Private Cyber Partnership

It’s been four months since President Trump signed the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency Act, elevating a division of the Department of Homeland Security that engages with the private sector on cyber issues, to Agency status. When DHS was established shortly after 9/11, terrorism was the focus. But in

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11 Mar 2019

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ENGAGES COMMUNITY IN STORM WATER MANAGEMENT

The Clean Water Partnership (CWP), a 30-year community-based public-private partnership (CBP3) between Prince George’s County, Md., and Corvias, has achieved a milestone with the completion of the initial pilot phase. The pilot phase was completed under budget and faster than projected. The CWP developed and implemented a turnkey storm water

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11 Mar 2019

C&J stakes future on public-private partnership with state

The way Jim Jalbert sees it, he’s putting his 50-year-old business at risk by trying to grow it. According to Jalbert, founder and owner of C&J Bus Lines, the current business model of how he operates the two public transportation terminals in Dover and Portsmouth isn’t sustainable. Yet, the future

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07 Mar 2019

Safaricom in push for public, private partnerships for economic growth

Safaricom has pitched for public, private partnerships as a means to achieving faster economic growth. According to the Telco, the private sector has a role to play in creating social stability that enables national development. “With the implementation of the Big Four Agenda now at the top of everyone’s mind,

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