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25 Jul 2017

Obtaining Funding for Infrastructure Projects training to be held in Rome by PPP Experts

The course will enhance the public sectors understanding of the types of funding and grants that are available for infrastructure including PPP related projects from various international Financial institutions. In addition, participants will improve their ability to take up available grants together with increasing their understanding of other forms of

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24 Jul 2017

FG to launch PPP contract monitoring website in bid for more transparency

The Federal Government said it is set to launch a contract disclosure portal which will provide information on contracts jointly entered into by public and private enterprises in the country at the end of August, 2017, in a bid for more transparency and accountability. This was disclosed by Chidi Izuwah,

20 Jul 2017

Duluth gets $750,000 grant to refurbish Lincoln Park

The U.S. Interior Department on Wednesday announced a $750,000 grant to the city of Duluth to help refurbish recreational facilities in Lincoln Park. The project will improve playgrounds, basketball courts, disc golf and handicapped-accessible trails that federal officials hope will encourage local residents to be more active. The 37-acre park

20 Jul 2017

Province to buy 10 public-private partnership schools for $49.3M

Education Department says buying the buildings is more cost-effective for taxpayers than leasing The Nova Scotia government is buying 10 public-private partnership schools from developers Nova Learning and Ashford Investment for $49.3 million dollars, saying it’s cheaper to own these buildings than to continue to lease them. Each of the

18 Jul 2017

Indiana governor names projects for $4.7B infrastructure program

Indiana has a rocky history when it comes to public-private partnerships. The state’s first project, the Indiana Toll Road, saw its operators file for bankruptcy in 2014, just eight years after taking it over due to significant debt and lower-than-anticipated traffic, The Wall Street Journal reported. Another PPP, the state’s

18 Jul 2017

Chicago Tech Businesses Create Relationships With European Companies

Business executives who are on Mayor Emanuel’s trade mission to Europe are apparently finding a good deal of interest in Chicago and it’s technology industry. In London right now is Mark Tebbe, chairman of Chicago Next. It’s part of the public-private partnership sponsoring the European trip to promote the city.

17 Jul 2017

NASA Could Reach Mars Faster with PPP, Companies Tell Congress

Commercial space companies today (July 13) urged legislators to extend NASA’s successful public-private partnerships for International Space Station transportation to future programs, including human missions to Mars. NASA already is working with six firms to develop prototype habitats that would augment the agency’s multibillion-dollar Orion capsule and Space Launch System

17 Jul 2017

The Benefits of Private Financing for Public Works

President Trump has announced the outlines of an ambitious $1 trillion agenda to rebuild America’s crumbling roads and bridges, outdated water systems and dilapidated public buildings. While the general goal of investing in infrastructure has broad bipartisan support, Mr. Trump’s call for relying heavily on private financing has come under



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