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MSE 155 - Public Private Partnership, Procurement and Contract Management

Code Start Date Duration Venue
MSE 155 19 February 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 18 March 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 15 April 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 13 May 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 10 June 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 08 July 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 05 August 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 30 September 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 28 October 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 25 November 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MSE 155 23 December 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

This interactive and practical 5-day training course will provide an insight into how the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Project Delivery Model can be used to meet the challenges of funding contracts for infrastructure projects and services. It will take you through the key stages of PPP development and implementation. 

This training course will focus on how best to manage the PPP procurement process; identifying, assessing and allocating the principal risks in structuring the PPP contract, and other key issues that need to be considered in managing these long term high risk contracts.  Exposure to both of the commercial landscape and background to PPP as well as its implementation will promote greater understanding of its place in infrastructure procurement.

Course Objectives

  • Defining the benefits and risks of PPPs and their impact on government projects and services
  • Listing the different types of PPPs
  • Constructing effective sector diagnostic tools and sector road maps
  • Applying strategic thinking to determine when PPPs should be used
  • Identifying PPP best practices and selecting the best model for different sectors
  • Developing PPP preparatory plans that increase the likelihood of project success
  • Defining the required implementation steps for the development of an effective PPP project plan
  • Improving their understanding of the role of contracts within a business
  • Developing more confidence in dealing with contracting issues
  • Understanding how strategies can be developed to improve the commercial outcomes
  • Applying the latest international thinking in dispute resolution
  • Increasing awareness of the use of contracts in everyday business life

Who Should Attend?

  • Portfolio, Program and Project Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Functional Managers
  • Project team members involved with contracting project work

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Introduction to PPP life cycle and international business
  • Why PPP is important?
  • Introduction PPP: from theory to practice
  • What makes PPPs different (better?) Than “traditional” procurement?
  • Public policy on PPP
  • Business laws in one belt one road countries,
  • PPP glossary at a glance (full contracting life cycle)
  • PPP Risk-Reward Curve and Compensation Models
  • Value for money – PPP versus pure public investment

Day 2

  • Benefits and challenges of PPP
  • What is value for money analysis?
  • Introduction global trends in PPP
  • Introduction to government projects
  • Public Private Partnership Projects (PPP Projects)
  • Advantage of PPP projects
  • Typical characteristics of PPP
  • General sectors for PPP
  • Service contracts
  • Management contracts
  • Lease contract
  • Joint venture

Day 3

  • Understanding the contract management 
  • Introductions the differences in approach between different legal and contracting systems
  • Risk allocation in contract management and dispute resolution in contractual disputes
  • Contracting in an international context
  • Description and uses of contracts
  • Types of authority
  • Contract privacy
  • Terms and conditions
  • Interpreting contract provision
  • Contracting methods – competitive and non-competitive
  • Sealed bidding
  • Single-source negotiation vs. Sole-source negotiation

Day 4

  • Pre-ward phase
  • Developing a procurement plan
  • Solicitation
  • Bid/no-bid decision making
  • Proposal preparation
  • The buyer and seller’s activities
  • Develop contract pricing agreement
  • Uncertainty, risk, and performance measurements
  • Categories and types of contracts
  • Contract incentives and fees
  • Time-and-materials contracts
  • Selecting contract types
  • Award phases

Day 5

  • Source selection process
  • Selection criteria: management, technical, and price criteria
  • Evaluation standards
  • Negotiation objectives
  • Negotiating a contract
  • Contract administration
  • Key contract administration policies
  • Dealing with non-compliance
  • Continuous communication
  • Applicable charges to the buyers and the sellers
  • Change Management
  • Claims and disputes
  • Termination and contract resolution