The Partnerships Victoria policy provides a framework for developing contractual relationships between the State and private sector for the delivery of public infrastructure and related services through public private partnerships (PPPs).
Value for money and the public interest test are key elements of this framework and must be satisfied for private sector delivery to occur.
Download the May 2017 Excellence in public private partnerships publication to find out more.
There have been 31 Partnerships Victoria projects contracted worth around $29.3 billion in capital investment.
Since 2007 all new Partnerships Victoria projects have been required to publish a project summary to provide information about the contractual nature of the project.
The Partnerships Victoria framework requires compliance with the National Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Policy and Guidelines and the Partnerships Victoria Requirements and associated guidance and templates.
View a list of training courses available for practitioners on PPPs and related topics.
This section contains relevant reference materials and links. The resources are aimed at departments and agencies undertaking projects, but may also be of interest to others in the public private partnership industry and general community.
The Partnerships Victoria team is part of the Infrastructure Contracting group in the Department of Treasury and Finance.
The previous Partnerships Victoria guidance material has been archived and is accessible for reference.
The public private partnerships (PPP) model promotes efficiency and social and economic returns from government expenditure and ensures value for money over the longer term.