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P3 Conference: P3 Questions/P3 Answers Breakfast
March 7, 2016, 8:30 am to 11:00 am
Goals and Objectives:
Participants have posted questions as part of the sign up for this session. Our goal is answer questions
and provide resources to help the knowledge gap. The questions generally fall into the following
• What can I do to Build Support for P3 delivery
• The Transparency Imperative
• The Nuts and Bolts: How can I identify the "right" project and manage the procurement? What
are Best Practices?
• How does the financing work?
• How can I attract industry interest in my project?
Questions to be addressed
1. What can I do to build support for P3 delivery
a. In order to build public support, what important groups/constituencies/stakeholders
need to learn about the benefits of P3s? What is the best way to reach these groups?
b. What information about successful projects or case studies would be helpful to make the
c. What is the best methodology to overcome political reticence in P3 projects?
e. How can we effectively communicate P3 life cycle benefits?
2. The Transparency Imperative
a. What are some best practices that can be employed to achieve public transparency and
build long term socio-‐political support for P3s? What aspects of P3s can help build the
c. Is there an opportunity to share information from successful jurisdictions/projects?
b. What are some of the positives and negatives of increasing transparency in a P3
3. P3s – The Nuts and Bolts: How can I identify the "right" project and manage the procurement?
What are P3 Best Practices?
a. What is the optimal scale of a P3? How small in terms of dollars can a P3 be? What is the
upper limit of a P3 in terms of dollars? Does the optimal size vary by sector?
b. How do you develop projects in smaller cities with
populations under 30,000?
c. When does bundling assets in a P3 procurement make sense? What efficiencies are
gained by bundling?
d. How do I get started? What basic information is necessary to initiate the P3 process?
e. What are the P3 process steps?
f. Governance/control. How flexible are the operating agreements?
g. What are the pros and cons for unsolicited proposals? What are some of the best
practices for receiving and selecting a team based on an unsolicited proposal? How can
the public sector effectively control the process?
h. What are the best practices for partner selection? How should a public agency vet and
select a private partner?
i. What is the best way to value innovation in the procurement process?
j. What tools and methodologies are used to develop, measure, and evaluate projects?
k. What are the best incentives to offer a private partner? How are they addressed in procurement?
l. What kind of internal expertise is necessary to initiate and manage P3? How do I build that
expertise in my organization?
m. How can we structure an agreement that doesn’t compromise a university’s ability to determine
and manage student life programs and initiatives?
n. Under “normal” conditions, what is a realistic time frame for a P3 procurement?
o. What is a realistic time frame for the contract term? What factors are considered when making a
decision on contract term?
p. What are some examples of energy efficiency P3 projects?
4. How does the Financing work? How does Value for Money help make the case?
a. How does the UK PFI Model work and is it applicable in the US? (Jacqueline)
b. What is the status of the tax law as it relates to the cost of capital for social infrastructure
c. How can we best compare the overall cost of a P3 student housing development to traditional
project delivery? Once we get to the cost of capital, universities seem to “whiff” on the rest of the
math problem? What else needs to be considered?
d. What project financing mechanisms are realistic and appropriate for a project? Does it vary by
e. ROI's for equity partners?
f. What are the financial statement impacts?
5. How can I attract Industry interest in my project?
a. Is there any interest in competing for the initiatives we are trying to institute in our agency IRT
Veteran Homes and Real Estate Actions?
b. How can I make my project attractive to private partners?
c. What is the best way to partner with established local industry in projects?
d. What is the best way to initiate contacts and develop constructive dialog on potential projects
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