The District innovatively contracted with private partners to redevelop underutilized city properties and prioritize economic and community development.
Since no two P3 agreements are exactly alike, it is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing a public-private partnership for a given project.
In recent years, finding ways to fast-track the process of issuing federal project approvals has been a bipartisan objective.
What’s needed is a wholesale change.
While public-private partnerships (P3s) are widely used internationally, several existing barriers have limited their use in the United States.
The Department of Transportation building in Washington, D.C. is an example of how reassesses OMB budget rules may help to address the nation’s infrastructure funding gap.
The District of Columbia has created perhaps one of the most comprehensive public sector asset inventory to date.