Partnerships Victoria - Practioners Guide (June 2001)

Overview

The guide is a step-by-step guide to implementing a partnership project covering the key stages from identification of service need through to contract management.


Practioners Guide - Part one

Contains:

  • explanation of what a PPP is and the variety of models;
  • the key criteria to determine if a project may be a PPP;
  • the benefits of a partnership; and
  • the qualities of a successful project.

Practioners Guide - Part two

Is a step-by-step guide to implementing a partnership project covering the key stages from identification of service need through to contract management.

  • option appraisal, business case and project development; and
  • contract management.

Practioners Guide - Part three 

Discusses in detail a number of technical and process issues associated with the delivery of a Partnerships Victoria project.

  • risk and reward balance;
  • value for money and other commercial and accounting issues;
  • public interest considerations;
  • handling issues such as probity, unsolicited proposals and IP;
  • government approvals required; and:
  • communications for your project.

Practioners Guide - Appendices 

Contains a number of helpful templates and importantly the diagram of the process including:

  • expression of interest and project brief templates;
  • probity documents;
  • public interest test;
  • risk matrix; and
  • process diagram and indicative project timeline.

Partnerships Victoria Practioners Guide (June 2001) (PDF 1.45mb)