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                Early Payment Deadline      CGBP                                                                              

FRIDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 2019 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM

Joint Ventures (JVs) is increasingly becoming popular as a faster and easier approach towards implementing infrastructure and development projects at the national and local government levels. To accelerate more economic growth, the National Economic and Development Authority released the 2013 revised JV Guidelines applicable for Local Government Units, government-owned and controlled corporations, government instrumentalities, government financial institutions, and state universities and colleges.

In this one-day training, the definition of a JV, requirements, procedures for selecting partners, opportunities and challenges, and examples of existing and prospective JV projects such as water, reclamation, public markets, bus terminals, land development, government centers, power, transport, and more shall be discussed.

 ​ Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

Avail of the EarlyPayment & Group DISCOUNTS

   Contact Person: Ezra Enriquez
   Manila lines: (+632) 8556-8968 or 69
 Telefax: (+632) 8842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines: (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07


      Training Investment is P9,980
      inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit,
       Certificate of Attendance

Course Director & Lecturer: Atty. Alberto C. Agra - is a Certified PPP SpecialistTM and Certified Regulation SpecialistTM (Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, VA, USA), and a PPP Law and Local Government Law Professor and Political Law Bar Reviewer (Ateneo Law School).

He drafted a proposed PPP Code/ Ordinance for LGUs which to date has been adopted by 81 LGUs (provinces, cities and municipalities). He was part of the team that developed the 2008 NEDA JV Guidelines.

He has conducted over 100 lectures on PPPs and JVs. He is the author of the Proposed PPP Ordinance: Annotated and the co-author of the book, Knowing PPP, BOT & JV: A Legal Annotation. He is currently the chairman of the Philippine Reclamation Authority.

Who Should Attend:

     • Businessmen & Entrepreneurs
     • Decision-Makers & Officials from
        - Chambers of Commerce
        - Financial Institutions
        - Construction Companies
        - Nat'l Govt Agencies (NGAs)
        - GOCCs
        - LGUs such as
           - Governors & board
           - Mayors & council
     • Lawyers
     • Business Consultants
     • Those interested in JVs & PPP

HOW TO JOINT VENTURE Effectively with the Government

Featuring the Revised NEDA Guidelines for GOCCs and JV Ordinances for LGUs

Manila Marriott Hotel, Pasay City, Philippines
Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, November 29, 2019

Course Outline

I. Overview of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)
     a. Definition(s) of PPP
     b. Rationale/ Value Drivers
     c. PPP Projects
     d. 18 Possible PPP Modalities
     e. Legal Authorities per Modality
     f. Procedures for Selecting Private Sector Partners
II. Joint Venture (JVs) by GOCCs under the 2013 NEDA Guidelines
     a. Definition of JV
     b. Legal Basis
     c. Nature of the Guidelines
     d. Scope (government-owned and -controlled corporations, government instrumentalities, government financial institutions, and state universities and colleges)
     e. Process for Entering Into JV Agreements
          i. Requirements/Conditions for JV Proposals
          ii. Approval of JV Proposals
          iii. Approval for Registration of JV Company
          iv. Modes of Selecting a JV Partner
          v. Approval of a JV Agreement
          vi. Deviations and Amendments to the JV Agreements
          vii. Annex A - Competitive Selection
               1. The Joint Venture Selection Committee (JV-SC)
               2. Selection/Tender Documents
               3. Minimum Designs, Performance Standards, Specifications and Economic Parameters
               4. Draft Contract
               5. Publication of Invitation to Apply for Eligibility and to Submit a Proposal
               6. Qualification of Private Sector Participants
               7. Submission and Receipt of Proposals
               8. Opening and Evaluation of Proposals
               9. Right to Outbid
               10. Award and Approval of Contract
          viii. Annex B - Negotiated JVs and Competitive Challenge
               1. Negotiated JVs
               2. Competitive Challenge Procedure
               3. Three-Stage Frameworkz
III. Joint Ventures (JVs) by Local Government Units
     a. Legal Bases (Constitutional, Statutory and Administrative)
     b. Proposed JV Ordinance for LGUs
          i. Definition of JV
          ii. Governing Principles
          iii. Rationale/ Value Drivers
          iv. JV Projects at local level
          v. Requirements and Conditions
          vi. JV Vehicle (Incorporated or Contractual)
          vii. LGU Support and Contributions
          viii. Selection Procedures
               1. Competitive Selection
               2. Competitive Challenge
          ix. Trends
IV. Examples of JV Projects
     a. Projects: Water, Reclamation, Public Markets, Bus Terminals, Land Development, Government Centers, Power, Transport, and more
     b. Opportunities and Challenges

TRAINING FEE PER PERSON: P 9,980 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)


Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before October 29, 2019)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before November 19, 2019)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

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