Partnering in practice: New approaches to PPP delivery
by Paul K Brewer and Libby Johnson
PwC calls for new approaches to PPP delivery
With better public services at the heart of government agendas, the need for private sector involvement in the delivery and management of these services has intensified. According to this new paper published by PwC, greater efficiencies and effectiveness can be delivered directly to the heart of public services through the emulation and development of private sector partnering practices. Partnering in practice
draws together PwC experience from across the firm in the public and private sectors—in PFI and PPP advice, private sector partnering contracts and techniques, and public/private alliancing transactions—in order to provide a platform for a new and more effective approach to public/private partnering.
At PwC it's our job to understand and solve the complexities involved in transactions at the interface between the public and private sectors. Whether it's raising funding for infrastructure projects or procuring private sector partners for our public sector clients, we deliver solutions that fund new roads, upgrade housing, build schools, modernise hospitals and improve rail services.