Embed Fave it Download
<< <
1 of 12
> >> fullscreen
PPP Options for ESD
Model of Local
E-Government
M Kashif Farooq
3rd International Conference on
E-Governance
ICEG2005, December 9-11, 2005
Department of Computer Science
Lahore University of Management Sciences
Lahore, Pakistan

Abstract
 To study the PPP (Public Private Partnership)
options for ESD (Electronic Service Delivery)
model of local government on the basis of
international experience.
 In this paper, PPP opportunities related with
e-government has been derived from different
general guidelines or manuals for the private
sector financing in general or conventional local
government infrastructure.

Implemented types of
collaborations
 A minimum of two distinct
organizations
 A formal agreement
about roles and
responsibilities
 A common objective,
activity, or project aimed
at the delivery of a public
service
 The sharing or allocation
of risks, benefits, and
resources - both tangible
and intangible

Indirect Infrastructure Financing
Mechanism

Indirect Infrastructure Financing
Mechanism

Cross Reference between Characteristics and types of PPP

Recommendations

Take concrete steps to enable the PPP for
e-government or public ICT project
procurements, including exploration of the
legal feasibility and bidding procedure, to
gradually replace conventional public
procurement structures in ICT projects and
services.

Recommendations

Decision makers must know all philosophy of
public private partnership or if they have not
sufficient knowledge then they should hire the
services of experienced consultant of PPP field.

Recommendations

In case of e-government, PPP contractual
period should not be as long as other
conventional fields of government (non ICT)
due to rapid change in ICT

Recommendations

Incorporate into the contractual terms of PPP
in ICT projects and services which relax the
restrictions imposed onto the IPR of these
projects and services against the private
sector partner, and allow the private sector
partner to continue to develop the IPR arising
from such projects and services.

Recommendations

Audit the IPRs held by the Government arising
from the past PPPs to examine their
commercial potential, and release those with
high commercial viability to public bidding by
the local ICT industry with a view to further
development and market release.

Featured Content

Embed Code

To the Top