Drafts a range of PPP contracts based on the size and type of project, considering the enabling factors required for successful implementation.
Public private partnership management
Describes PPP contracts
Demonstrates knowledge of public private partnerships (PPPs) in India, including history and evolution
Aware of guidelines notified by the PPP cell for formulation, appraisal, and approval of PPP projects
Describes different types of PPP contracts (BOT, OMT, DBFOT, etc.)
Summarises the four phases of a PPP project (identification, development, procurement, and contract management and monitoring)
Identifies PPP contracts supported by GOI
Distinguishes between public service and asset, to understand the kind of services that are traditionally provided by GOI
Documents best practices with regard to contract management for PPP, considering due diligence
Identifies which PPP contracts are supported by the GOI, based on the type and size of project
Documents the various enabling factors required for a successful implementation of the PPP project (financing, land, capacity building, etc.)
Drafts PPP contracts
Reviews documents from the PPP identification stage to understand feasibility, value for money, risk factors, etc.
Interprets and uses post-award contract management toolkits, as prescribed by the PPP cell
Drafts PPP contracts that contain roles of parties, performance standards, monitoring arrangements, etc.
Monitors the contract implementation, including identifying and solving bottlenecks if required