Public-private partnership (PPP) allows to draw on the experience of businesses and ensure optimal sharing of risk.
Public-private partnership (PPP) allows to draw on the experience of businesses...
National authorities and public sector organisations are increasingly resorting to partners from the private sector for provision of public services and implementation of infrastructure projects. Public-private partnership (PPP) allows to draw on the experience and competences of businesses, ensure optimal sharing of risk between public and private sectors and to reduce implementation costs, thereby yielding bigger socio-economic benefits for society from projects implemented or services provided.
However, successful implementation of PPP requires thorough preparation of both private and public sectors and assurance of effective process for partner selection and partnership implementation.
How can we be of service to you?
We provide consultations on PPP project implementation issues to representatives of both public and private sectors.
Our services to public sector organisations include:
Our services to private sector organisations include:
We provide consultations by building on our PPP project experience and best practice gained not only in Lithuania but also in the global KPMG network by consulting representatives of public and private sectors in the Western and Northern Europe, North and South America, Asia and other countries.