Public-Private Partnerships (P3)

PPP Fundamentals and Best Practices: a Virtual PURC Workshop

This workshop was hosted September 21, 2021. Stay tuned for future offerings!
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Struggling to address the growing infrastructure gap in your city? Not sure where to start with unsolicited Public-Private Partnership (PPP) proposals? A critical consideration is that while every project can be a PPP, that doesn’t mean every project should. PPP can provide value, but it can have consequences if not managed well. Designed for public officials and their fiscal and legal staff, this workshop will introduce you to the principles and best practices in PPP. You will learn:

  • Challenges of securing infrastructure and the different ways it can be provided
  • Elements of a PPP
  • How to structure incentives to promote effective provision of service
  • How to establish a public comparator and address unsolicited proposals

This workshop will utilize case studies from around the world, including, but not limited to, Florida Statute 255.065.

Workshop Fees & Cancellation Policy

PURC reserves the right to postpone or cancel the workshop if the minimum class size is not reached. In the event of postponement or cancellation, a full registration refund will be given. If PURC cancels this workshop, you will be contacted at the email address provided.


For any questions about this virtual workshop, please contact us via email.

**Please note, this virtual workshop is not a certificate program.