“Today, public/private partnerships are considered ‘creative alliances’ formed between a government entity and private developers to achieve a common purpose.”
When working to address community needs, Region 10 strives to bring a multitude of stakeholders to the table, including representatives from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) can serve as model for community and economic development, especially with issues that cannot be completely resolved by the public and private sectors individually.
Below are some case studies and white papers on the topic of PPPs and how they can benefit your community.
- Can Public-Private Partnerships solve a problem like broadband?
- Ten Principles for Successful Public-Private Partnerships
- Case Studies of Transportation Public-Private Partnerships in the United States
- Metrics for Public-Private Partnerships