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Pre-Procurement Fact Sheets

FHWA's Public-Private Partnership (P3) Toolkit

The P3 Toolkit provides tools and guidance documents to assist in educating public sector policy-makers, legislative and executive staff, and transportation professionals in the use of P3 strategies.

Risk Valuation and Allocation for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

A key component of P3 procurement involves the transfer of certain risks from the public agency procuring the project to the private sector partner.

Value for Money Analysis for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

Value for Money analysis is a process used to compare the financial impacts of a P3 project against those for the traditional public delivery alternative.

Financial Structuring of Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

With highway P3 projects, the private partner may participate in some combination of design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance, including collection of toll revenues.

Benefit-Cost Analysis for Public-Private Partnership Project Delivery

Benefit-cost analysis is a process used to compare the societal impacts of a P3 project against those for the traditional public delivery alternative.

Analytical Studies for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

Once public agencies have identified a project as having the potential to be procured as a P3, they typically conduct a series of progressively more rigorous evaluations to determine the best approach to delivering the project. These evaluations help decision makers choose how best to structure and procure a potential P3 project.

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