Public Private Partnership

INTRODUCTION

The specialized unit is situated under the office  of the Permanent Secretary due to the creation of the Public Private Partnership unit  in line with  the directive of the former Head of Service of the Federation in  November 2012 to avoid bureaucracy and unnecessary delays.

FUNCTIONS OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MATTERS

  • Identifying, prioritizing, selecting and developing framework for Public-Private Partnership Projects
  • Assessing the current status and performance of key infrastructure in the all sectors
  • Assessing the policy, legal and institutional environment for involving the private sector in the provision of infrastructure
  • Evaluating projects in the capital budget and suggesting those that can be undertaken through PPP
  • Ensuring that all PPP projects are included in the mid-term expenditure framework for continuity
  • Undertaking financial and credit risk assessment in all PPP transactions
  • Assessing, evaluating and managing post-contract activities
  • Assisting policy makers in developing the required strategies for increased private sector participation in infrastructure service, including contract monitoring
  • Any other assignment relevant to the functions of the unit assigned by the management

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27Mar 2018

The Federal Government has declared Monday 1st October, 2018 Public Holiday to commemorate Nigeria’s 58th Independence Anniversary. Read More

27Mar 2018

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10May 2018

Federal government declares Monday, 2nd October, 2017 public holiday to mark 57th Independence Anniversary Read More

14Jun 2018

Federal government declares Monday, 2nd October, 2017 public holiday to mark 57th Independence Anniversary Read More

6Jul 2018

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