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  1. Procurement arrangements applicable to PPP contracts financed under World Bank projects Summary of guidance note OPCPR Mar. 2010

  2. Information Note - PPP

  3. Information Note - Contents

  4. Implementation of a PPP project

  5. PPP involves a series of contracts

  6. Guidance Notes - Objectives

  7. How is WBG associated with PPPs • IFC and IBRD provide advisory services to clients • IFC also participates by lending directly to the private sector investors • IBRD and IDA finance Output–Based Aid (OBA) subsidies, investments that are sovereign-guaranteed and consultants hired as transaction advisors • MIGA provides guarantees to government agencies Role of WBG in PPPs Advisory Services Investment lending Guarantees Direct Through hired consultants Non-sovereign guaranteed lending Sovereign guaranteed lending Equity Assets (Equipment/ Land) VGF/ Subsidies Loans to Financial Intermediary Guarantees IFC WB

  8. PPP project preparation

  9. Relevant provisions in GL Bank Procurement GL

  10. Procurement Approach to PPPs

  11. Applying Section I

  12. Applying Section I (contd.)

  13. Thinking points

  14. Resources

  15. Thank You!

  16. Backup slides

  17. Management & Lease contracts • Ownership of the assets continues with the public sector • Bank may be requested to finance a Management contract or the expansions and/or rehabilitation of the facilities • Under Bank GL similar to procurement of services and/or works • Should follow the Consultants Guidelines for Management contract and Section II of Bank procurement guidelines for expansion or rehabilitation

  18. Concessions • Ownership of the assets is mixed for a period and is transferred to the public sector at the end of the contract, and investments are required and were part of the award of the concession • Bank may be requested to finance (or co-finance) e.g a BOT type contract, as part of the award of the concession (Bank GL para 3.13)

  19. Greenfield Projects • Ownership of the new assets rests with the private sector and is transferred to the public sector at the end of the contract • Selection of the private partner is part of the award of the Greenfield project • Bank may be requested to finance (or co-finance) a BOT type contract, as part of the award of the concession(Bank GL para 3.13)

  20. Divestitures • Private entity buys an equity stake in a state-owned asset or enterprise through an asset sale • Bank may be requested to finance government investments or new installations and expansions under responsibility of the private concessionaire • Bank GL para 3.13 – applicable if investments (either by the government or by the concessionaire) are part of the procurement process for divestiture • If investments are made some time after divestiture took place and an incumbent concessionaire is already in place, there are two possibilities: • Large investments on new facilities (like a ‘Greenfield’ project) - procurement of services and/or works • Expansion of existing network or system made by the incumbent concessionaire (not a ‘Greenfield’ project) – para 3.13 of GL

  21. Concessions

  22. Guarantees

  23. Existing Incumbent Concessionaire

  24. Divestitures

  25. Background