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Achieving transparency and auditability in PPP contracts

13 December 2012

Recorded at a recent BIFM London region event, Service Works Group, the international provider of Facilities and PPP (Public-Private Partnership) Service Managementand Operational Performance software, QFM and P3rform, has released two podcasts about achieving transparency and auditability in PFI / PF2 contracts; both of which are fundamental to the contract’s success.

The first podcast focuses on a presentation delivered by Service Works director Mark Kirkham, in which he explains the origins of PFI contracts, the effectiveness of projects if managed diligently from the outset, how Canada has achieved success within the marketplace and how the future of PF2 contracts look with legislative and economic changes. Mark backs up his points with existing global examples of how PPPs have had an impact on local communities.

The second podcast is centred on a panel discussion, in which members of the audience raisedquestions to an expert panel, including Mark Kirkham, Nia Swift, Senior PPP Project Manager from Service Works and Phil Townsend,an experienced PPP director working with both service providers and investors. Areas of interest included the importance of trust within PPP partnerships; partnership and stakeholder collaboration and how PFI / PF2 contracts have evolved since their inception, notably on the area of KPIs.

To view the Podcasts please visit www.swg.com/podcasts, or telephone 020 8877 4080







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