The CEO of UConn Health touts strong finances, but says exploring a P3 is necessary for the network’s future financial health and growth.
A successful February 2018 referendum for funding facilitated school construction/renovation projects — all made possible through a P3.
“Our goal is healthy herds, and just as it is for many other conservation objectives, the best way to work toward this goal is a public-private partnership. The work we do today will ensure that our public lands system remains the envy of the world and that wildlife-based recreation continues to be a cornerstone of the American heritage,” Zinke added.
The New York State Department of Health is partnering with ILÚM Health Solutions and OpGen to develop an antimicrobial stewardship research program. Rising healthcare costs mean organizations often look for innovate ways to finance various research projects. Many believe in the power of public-private partnerships to advance healthcare.
Private sector companies need to listen carefully to understand a partnership’s true vision and goals. When partners are invested and committed at each stage of the initiative — from strategic planning to the design of the operational framework — collaboration becomes more seamless and facilitates long-term success.
“It’s going to be kind of a next-generation kind of thing,” said Kevin Lopez, city council member in Bridgeport. The city needs reliable internet.
A top leader at the US Department of Transportation assured delegates at the P3 Hub Americas Conference of continued federal government support of public-private partnerships. It is “an exciting time to be in transportation and infrastructure,” said Jim Ray, Senior Advisor for Infrastructure at the USDOT. President Donald Trump “is still very committed to infrastructure,” he added.
PennDOT officials put out a call for unsolicited proposals for public-private partnerships for transportation and infrastructure projects.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) and city and county of Honolulu issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a public-private partnership (P3) to help finish the area’s planned 20-mile transit-rail system.
Hawaii P3s have made the news. In Honolulu, a P3 could save an estimated $300 million over the next 30 years.