Ministry of Economy and Finance

General Department of Public-Private Partnerships

Organizational Structure of General Department of Public-Private Partnerships

GDPPP has 3 subordinate departments as follows:

Department of Project Devleopment has roles and responsibilities as follows:

  • Provide operational support to ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign contract with private partners in order to identify, restructure, and procure until sign contract of the Public-Private Partnership projects.
  • Evaluate the Public-Private Partnership projects based on Project Identification Guideline and Project Selection Guideline or other guidelines including the process of making project list​ which is the basic step for prioritization.
  • Manage daily operation of the Project Development Facility or similar facilities or the use of Success Fee for paying for Transaction advisors which provides support on studying, preparing and developing the Public-Private Partnership projects.
  • Provide additional support to ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign contract with private partners for the Availability-based payment or other payments for Public-Private Partnership projects which comply with the Value for Money.
  • Review and provide recommendations on risk allocation including tax implications, tax obligations and tax incentives for implementing and developing the Public-Private Partnership projects which review and recommend by ministries/institutions for Minister of Ministry of Economy and Finance to review and approval through Inter-ministerial Committee.
  • Coordinate with ministries/institutions on reviewing and evaluating all technical, economical and financial aspects, legal aspects and regulations including social and environmental aspects related to Public-Private Partnership projects.
  • Provide support in reviewing and approving the Public-Private Partnership projects by Inter-ministerial Committee.
  • Pre-selection of qualified Transaction Advisors under Indefinite Delivery Contract and provide support to ministries/institutions in identifying the Transaction Advisor from the among pre-selection of Transaction Advisors.
  • Provide support to ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign contract with private partners for publication of the Notice of Award for implementing the projects.
  • Develop Public-Private Partnership pilot projects for extracting experiences related to the implementing Public-Private Partnership contract including capacity building through learning-by-doing approach.
  • Manage contract and consultants/Transaction Advisor with the roles and responsibilities of this sections.
  • Fulfill other related tasks as instructed by the Head of Unit.

Department of Project Delivery and Portfolio Management has roles and responsibilities as follows:

  • Monitor the progress of the Public-Private Partnership project implementation and provide operational support to ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign contract with private partners in constructing, operating and maintaining until project assets and services has been transferred to government.
  • Manage daily operation of Viability Gap Facility or similar facilities for providing support to Public-Private Partnership projects which approved by Minister of Economy and Finance.
  • Support ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign contract with private partners in contract amendments, contract cancellation or buyback the project from private partners.
  • Monitor and evaluate on tax implications, tax obligations and tax incentives for implementing Public-Private Partnership projects.
  • Review and evaluate the project during operation stage and end of operating for evaluating on costs and benefits from Public-Private Partnership projects and extract experiences from those projects to enhance knowledge and develop the new projects.
  • Review on the reports of all the progresses including financial report and the progress of the implementation of the project report to ensure that private partners has fulfilled the financial obligation and commercial according to the conditions of the contract.
  • Join with ministries/institutions which has jurisdiction to sign with private partners follow the measures for private partners such us punishment or reduce the payment to private partners.
  • Manage contract and consultants/Transaction Advisor with the roles and responsibilities of this sections.
  • Fulfill other related tasks as instructed by the Head of Unit.

Department of General Affairs has roles and responsibilities as follows:

  • Act as Secretariat of CPU
  • One Window Service for all related documents of CPU
  • Placement of all documents of CPU
  • Responsible for Protocol of CPU
  • Coordinate and prepare program budgeting and responsible for financial management and accounting of CPU
  • Manage government official staffs and government contracting staffs of CPU
  • Coordinate and manage meetings of CPU
  • Manage and​ invent office equipment of CPU
  • Prepare, manage and take care of Information Technology system of CPU
  • Prepare and manage websites of CPU
  • Fulfill other related tasks as instructed by the Head of Unit.

Each department is led by one director, attached by some deputy directors as assistants.

Each office is led by one chief, attached by some deputy chiefs as assistants.