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PPP4Broadband - new!

PPP4Broadband - new!



PPP4Broadband initiative is the initiative of 17 partners coming from 9 South East European countries. We researched 9 Innovative tools ( PPP4Broadband) models to help regional or local public ...

PPP4Broadband initiative is the initiative of 17 partners coming from 9 South East European countries. We researched 9 Innovative tools ( PPP4Broadband) models to help regional or local public administration, or non-governmental organisation to build Broadband infrastructure in excluded areas using Private-Public-Partnership model. Additionally our aim is to establish and operate 9 Centres of Excellence in 9 countries to help target groups in using of PPP4Broadband model



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    • Jan Kubalik Chairman of the Board Agency for Innovation and European Cooperation (AIEC) Duration: 12/2012 – 11/2014 Budget: 1.349.888,- € Partners: 17
    •  What is DAE?:  Flagship initiative in the Smart Growth priority of Europe 2020 strategy  Transnational action plan for “enabling EU citizen’s and businesses to get most out of digital technologies“  What PPP4Broadband address?:  DAE consists from 101 actions and 7 pillars. PPP4B address directly Pillar IV fast and ultra-fast internet access  Why we need Broadband in regions of South East Europe?  Core infrastructure for Knowledge Based Economy  What else?
    •  Broadband based on bandwidth:  Basic Broadband  Next Generation Access ( NGA) Broadband  Ultra-Fast Broadband
    •  What is PPP?:  Cooperative ventures between public authorities and private enterprises (EC DG Internal Market and Services)  Why to use PPP in Broadband?:  Purely private initiative is not feasible for private actor (market failure)  Public actors doesn’t have the funds (or also knowledge) to build infrastructure  Thus PPP model is feasible to:  Leverage shrinking public funds  Secure capacities for the building and operation of infrastructure  Following EPEC methodology we work with 5 PPP types:      Private DBO (Design Build Operated) Public DBO PPP Joint Venture GOCO PPP model (Government Owned, Contractor Operated) Bottom-up approach
    • COUNTRY Duration of PPP projects Monitoring of PPP projects Slovakia Min. 3 years Concession max. 30 years Generally 20-40 years No definite duration but criteria set Not specified Slovenia Bulgaria No Hungary Greece / No Romania no Austria Serbia Macedonia / Min. 5 years Max. 50 years Max. 35 years By public partner who is procurer Court of Auditors and Ministry of Finance State Audit Office Agreed in the contract Central Unit for the COOrdination of PPP / Different public bodies Agreed in the contract Dispute resolution mechanis Mediation, arbitration Arbitration, Court of Slovenia (no other court) Competent Civil Court / Arbitration In accordance with Greek civil code Nation Council for Solving Complaints Court of Appeal / Arbitration Court of RS Not specified in the law, covered in the contract
    • Project Country Type of PPP used 1. RAIN-1/RAIN-2 Lithuania Private DBO 2. Red Asturcón Spain Public DBO 3. Transrapid Germany Build Own Operate 4. Metroweb Italy PPP Joint-Venture 5. Metropolitan Networks Project Ireland GOCO
    • What?  Speed-up broadband development in South East Europe in excluded areas How?  By Enabling using of Public Private Partnership in Broadband infrastructure development for smaller local and regional public authorities Why? • • • To allow regular use of e-services To reduce brain drain from rural and suburban areas to cities To create wider public awareness about importance of Broadband deployment and use of PPP Who?  17 institutions from South East Europe under AIEC ( www.aiec-ngo.eu) leadership When?  1st Phase - From December 2012 To November 2014
    • To Develop Innovative Tools • 9 PPP4Broadband models. They provide guidance, samples and calculation tools for Infrastructure design and PPP procurement To Establish Supporting Infrastructure • PPP4Broadband Centres of Excellence in each country. They provide help and support for local or regional procurers To Prove Researched Concept • 3 Pilot actions: Greece,FYROM and Romania . Proven by signature of 3 contracts between Public and Private partner To Create Awareness and Build Capacity • National seminars, PPP4Broadbnand Days ( Bled 14th November 2013) and SEE ICT conference ( Brussels Autumn 2014)
    • PPP4Broadband Matrix PRIVATE DBO PUBLIC DBO BASIC Broadband X X X X X NGA Broadband ULTRA FAST Broadband X GOCO X PPP Joint-Venture X Bottom up X
    •  What?:  CoE’s primary aim is concentrate the technological knowledge in the field of PPP and Broadband infrastructure development Where?:  9 National in participating countries and 1 International one  For who?  Primary Public Procurers, Secondary all Stakeholders in PPP and Broadband Which services?     Consultation to public procurers for usage of PPP and Broadband infrastructure dev. Education of public procurers for usage of the PPP models Awareness creation across public procurers within the national / regional territory Cooperation with regulatory bodies  Provision of services will be framed by the Common Quality Standard
    • Assessment and selection of PPP4B Model Local team & plan Tender preparation Bidding process PPP Contract Trans regional Monitoring & Evaluation Project definition
    • Macedonia
    • Macedonia Call for participants Source: DG home affairs/public consultations Public consultations of the common concept for CoE establishment are open until 6.12.2013 In case of interest, please write to: info@aiec-ngo.eu or visit our web pages www.ppp4broadband.eu and www.aiec-ngo.eu
    • Jan Kubalik e-mail: jan.kubalik@aiec-ngo.eu Twitter: @KubalikJ LinkedIn: cz.linkedin.com/in/jkubalik/ www.aiec-ngo.eu @PPP4B