The Trump Administration and the 115th Congress have put a much-needed spotlight on our nation’s aging infrastructure. Much has been said recently about how public-private partnerships (P3s) are a solution to our infrastructure woes, but can P3s solve it all?
From federal to state and local infrastructure, how can P3s help? More importantly, what can the White House and Congress do to facilitate and encourage the use of P3s?
Please join the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) during Infrastructure Week for a renewed look at P3s role in fixing our infrastructure.
NCPPP also will discuss our recent paper, “Enabling Infrastructure Investment: Leveling the Playing Field for Federal Real Property,” developed in collaboration with the Urban Land Institute, on the use of P3s for federal real estate development and how P3s can help the federal government reform its real estate portfolio.