Commercial laws: 6. PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AND PUBLIC PROCURMENT

Commercial laws: 6. PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AND PUBLIC PROCURMENT


November 11, 2022


Public procurement and public-private partnership (PPP) present opportunities for the private sector to participate in financing, designing, developing, building and maintaining the national infrastructure. For the afghan government, these are avenues for attracting services that it is unable to provide directly. The public-private partnership law are the two main laws governing this area.


Under the laws, government entities can enter into partnership agreements in the field of infrastructure, energy and water, communications, telecommunications, government buildings, housing, water supply, management of solid waste and wastewater, agriculture and irrigation tourism, recreation, sports, culture, education, higher education, health, environment, mining, and industries, and other sectors that are not prohibited by the law of investment.


The main steps in a PPP project are: (1) project identification; (2) project arrangement; (3) project procurement; and (4) contract management. The laws ensure transparency and accountability in the procurement process by introducing standardized documents, setting clear and uniform rules for bidders, employing a public process, and involving multiple entities in the selection process.




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