Latest Posts

11 Dec 2018

Alexandria to Increase Public-Private Partnership Opportunities

There may be more public-private partnerships in Alexandria’s future. The Alexandria City Manager’s office is looking to hire a full-time staff member “in order to enhance and grow the City’s use of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the delivery and financing of City facilities, infrastructure and services,” according to City documents.

0
11 Dec 2018

Noida International Airport to be built on public-private-partnership model

The construction of the Noida International Airport at Jewar will be done on a public-private-partnership (PPP) mode, Uttar Pradesh authorities said on Saturday. A government order has been issued by the Civil Aviation Department after a nod from the state cabinet. At a cabinet meeting held earlier this week, it

0
11 Dec 2018

Cortez seeks public-private partnership on fiber optics

The city of Cortez on Dec. 5 issued a request for proposals seeking a qualified fiber-to-home company to partner with the city to deliver a fiber optic internet connection to all homes and businesses in Cortez. The preliminary Cortez budget for 2019 cuts all capital expenses for the actual installation

0
11 Dec 2018

Middletown: New Town Hall Funded in Public/Private Partnership, Plans for Greater Regional Role

Across the State of New Jersey, municipalities are trying to work harder and smarter. This is particularly true when it comes to the stress and strain on town budgets. With levy caps that limit spending and costs like health insurance seeming to be out of control, creativity is job one.

0
10 Dec 2018

Privatising visa processing is the only practical option

In May 2016, the Turnbull government announced plans to overhaul and automate Australia’s visa-processing system. The initiative involves creating a new digital platform using artificial intelligence and big data technologies. The Department of Home Affairs, the lead agency overseeing the project, has described the change as the ‘most significant reform

0
10 Dec 2018

Public-Private Partnership Will Grow Oz Hydrogen Tech

The agreement initially will focus on metal membrane technology that allows ammonia to be used as a carrier material for hydrogen storage and transport. Australia’s national science agency signs a A$20 million ($14.5 million) agreement with Fortescue Metals Group to develop hydrogen technologies designed to support the promotion of new

0
10 Dec 2018

Don’t lease TVM airport under public-private partnership model

A new proposal by the Union Cabinet aims to take control of the management of six airports in India including the Thiruvananthapuram airport. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday requested the Centre to not lease out the Thiruvananthapuram airport under the public-private partnership model, but instead, let the state

0
10 Dec 2018

PPP approach is crucial for healthy children: Apollo’s Shobana Kamineni

Public-private partnership is crucial to provide a healthy and happy childhood in a developing country like India, according to Shobana Kamineni, Vice-Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Group. She was speaking at the two-day National Cradle Conference, organised here by Apollo Cradle in association with the National Neonatology Foundation, Paediatric Academy of Telangana,

0

ABOUT US

PPP News provides in-depth updates on Public-Private Partnerships news from across the globe.

By collaborating with our international partners and associations, we provide a comprehensive catalogue of daily updates and news articles on everything PPP completely FREE.

Simply subscribe to our services by completing a short online application.
PPP News is essential reading for industry professionals to help them remain at the cutting edge of PPP and infrastructure business information.

SHARE

Sample Home 2