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Public-Private Partnership, Government Collaboration, PPP Law, PPP Projects, PPP Requirements, Contractual Provisions, NEDA Approval, Unsolicited Proposals, Government Undertakings, Securities and Exchange Commission

Understanding the Changes and Their Effects: The New PPP Code

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Training investment is inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit & Certificate of Completion

P 5,880.00 / person - when you register and pay on or before December 23

P 6,880.00 / person - Regular Rate


THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2024 * 1:00PM TO 5:00PM
EDSA SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, MANDALUYONG CITY, PHILIPPINES


On December 5, President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. finally signed into law the "Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Act of the Philippines" or RA 11966.

This new code changes the legal landscape where the private sector can collaborate with government for infrastructure and development projects. This integrates various PPP schemes at the national and local government levels; streamlines requirements, procedures and regulatory approvals for all PPP projects; clarifies ambiguities in the existing BOT Law; and improves ease of doing business for PPPs.

In this half-day training session, we will walk you through these provisions and give you a clearer view of the new opportunities and challenges the law brings.

In addition, we will answer your questions including: What are the PPP schemes? Must all PPP projects--national and local--be approved by NEDA? Are unsolicited proposals still allowed? What are the forms of allowable government undertakings, contribution and support for PPP projects? Are contract variations allowed? What is the role of the PPP Center?

Learn, unlearn and relearn PPPs under the new act. Register now!



Course Director & Lecturer



Atty. Alberto C. Agra


He is a PPP law professor and lecturer, PPP Law-for-All advocate and author. He has conducted more than 400 lectures on PPPs and developed a PPP template ordinance which has been adopted by more than 120 LGUs. He is a law professor and bar reviewer on Administrative Law and Local Government Law.

His previous government positions include Acting Secretary of Justice, Acting Solicitor General, Government Corporate Counsel, and Chairman of the Board of the Philippine Reclamation Authority, the infrastructure development authority focused on reclamation.

Who Should Attend?


  • NGAs, LGUs, GOCCs, GIs, GFIs, SUCs, LUCs, Local Economic Enterprises

  • Private Sector Proponents, Business Owners

  • Contractors

  • Law and Consultancy Firms

  • NGOs and Foundations

  • Members of the Academe

  • Funding and Donor Agencies

  • Anyone interested in the topic

Course Outline


1.   PPP Concepts, Definition and Value Drivers
2.   PPP Policy Journey
3.   PPP Pre-qualification, Bids and Awards Committee (PBAC)
4.   PPP Center
5.   PPP Projects
6.   Partnership Schemes
      - PPP Arrangements
7.   PPP Requirements
8.   Permissions (Approvals)
9.   PPP Selection Procedures
10. PPP Key Contractual Provisions

The following quizzer will be answered with a yes or no:

Will the new PPP Law:

1.   Provide for a definition of PPP?
2.   Repeal PPP ordinances?
3.   Cover all possible PPP arrangements?
4.   Allow any type of project?
5.   Set a maximum of 50 years for a PPP Project life?
6.   Require NEDA approval for all PPP Projects?
7.   Mandate that when the realized rate of return exceeds the prescribed RRoR,
      the excess shall be retained by the IA and Private Proponent?
8.   Use the Best-and-Final Offer (BAFO) approach for UPs?
9.   Permit amendments by agreement of the Parties?
10. Make available Government Undertakings for all Projects?

 



Attendees from the government are exempted from the P2,000.00 limit set by COA for attending training provided by the private sector based on Department of Budget and Management Circular No. 563 dated April 22, 2016.

Attending this training is not covered by Philippine Procurement Law or RA 9184 based on its Revised IRR’s Section 4.5-b. which classifies training continuing education, conferences and similar activities as "non-procurement activities that shall be governed by applicable COA, CSC, and DBM rules".
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