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In order to understand the challenges that public sector officials face in creating and maintaining infrastructure, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), on behalf of KPMG International, conducted a survey in November and December 2009 of 392 senior public sector officials involved in infrastructure policy, procurement or development. Of these, 47% were at the level of senior manager or above. Thirty-seven percent came from organizations that operate at the city or local level, 28% from those at the state or regional level, and 35% at the national or federal level. None were elected officials. Respondents came from 50 countries and territories around the world, including Europe (32%), North America (32%), Asia-Pacific (30%), Latin America (3%) and the Middle East and Africa (3%).
This is the third infrastructure focused survey that KPMG International has ommissioned from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The first survey looked t views on infrastructure amongst business leaders generally. The second surveyed those companies involved in the delivery of infrastructure