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GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA. PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME. Shaping New Partnerships for National Development. The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) has implemented the following PPPs since mid 1990s:. Jamaica Private Power Company Limited

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Public private partnership programme

GOVERNMENT

OF JAMAICA

PUBLIC-PRIVATE

PARTNERSHIP

PROGRAMME

Shaping New Partnerships for

National Development


Public private partnership programme

The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) has implemented the following PPPs since mid 1990s:

Jamaica Private Power Company Limited

  • BOO for the construction of a 60 MW low-speed diesel power station

  • 20 year PPA for the sale of the entire output of the plant to Jamaica Public Service

  • Contract was one of the first implemented by a developing country for an IPP to supply to its national grid

  • Implemented: 1994

  • Value: US$142M

Sangster International Airport

  • 30 year Concession for the management and operations of the airport

  • US$180m in project financing for new capital investments

  • SIA is the largest of Jamaica’s two airports and handles 72% of the annual visitor arrivals

  • Implemented: 2003

  • Value: US$180M

Highway 2000 – Phase 1

  • 35 year BOOT for a 50km multi-lane toll road from Kingston to May Pen, Jamaica’s first

  • Highway 2000 project was designed to be carried out in a number of phases for the completion of a 230km tolled highway from Kingston to Montego Bay with a spur from Ferry to Ocho Rios.

  • Implemented: 2002

  • Value: US$324M


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • Lessons Learned

A central unit needed to build GOJ capacity and ensure good PPP practices are utilized;

Disciplined and clear PPP processes and criteria are needed to ensure coordination within government;

Fiscal risks in PPPs need to be monitored at every stage of the PPP, from project selection to post-contract monitoring;

Detailed, transparent, time-sensitive and competitive procurement processes are essential.


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • PPP Programme Status

Implementation activities in relation to the PPP Programme has been focused in four key strategic areas:


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • Range of Partnerships between

  • Public and Private Sectors

Total private Participation

Total Public Participation

Public-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Lease

Joint Venture

Build Operate Transfer

Service Contract

Management Contract

Divestment

Traditional Procurement of Services

Full Divestment

INVESTMENT RESPONSIBILITY

PRIVATESECTOR

PUBLIC SECTOR


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • It’s been a year. What have we learnt?

Strategic commitment to Programme is integral to success

International body of knowledge and standard procedures for PPPs need to be adopted to fit context

Public Sector Investment Planning process is key to project identification

Multilateral partners are important for the development of the programme


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • It’s been a year. What have we learnt?

Capacity Building and sensitization of stakeholders in PPPs is integral to success

Resource limitations of critical stakeholders needs to be addressed

Identifying funding for the development, structuring and execution of PPP projects

Existing procurement legislation needs to be updated to recognise PPPs


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • It’s been a year. Where are we heading?

“How-to” guides have been drafted and are being reviewed to ensure they fit Jamaica’s context

Targeted sensitization and training programmes to continuewith a broader programme by April 2014

Public Sector Investment Planning process to be adopted across the GOJ

Establishment of a Project Preparation Fund


Public private partnership programme

Government of Jamaica

PPP Programme

  • It’s been a year. Where are we heading?

Updating procurement regulations to recognise PPPs

Identifying the supporting resources for critical stakeholders

Updating the PPP Policy to address gaps identified


Public private partnership programme

THANK YOU

Please visit our website at www.dbankjm.com to review the Privatisation and PPP Policies and to stay updated with the Programme.

11A-15 Oxford Road

Kingston 5,

Jamaica, West Indies

Tel: (876) 619-4000, (876) 929-4000

Fax: (876) 960-2790

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.dbankjm.com


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