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The IACCM Public Private Partnerships Network

The purpose of the Public Private Partnerships Network is to provide its members with insights to new trends and emerging practices in the field of PPP as they relate to contracting, commercial and relationship management.  While these will be in the context of the public private partnerships domain, they will draw from knowledge and ideas that are current and relevant in other domains and across all IACCM membership sectors.  A key goal is to improve the performance of contracts and relationships in the public private partnerships sector.

The objectives will be met by sharing ideas, discussing challenges, exploring new directions and, where appropriate, initiating research or inviting experts to present on key topics related to contracting, commercial and relationship management in the PPP domain.

Meetings will be virtual (by phone or webinar) unless in specific cases there is an agreed wish to have physical meetings or workshops to develop specific initiatives.

Group Mission/Vision:

Provide its members with insights to new trends and emerging practices in the fields of contracting, commercial and relationship management related to PPP.

 
 
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