The Bipartisan Policy Center traveled to Richmond for a discussion of how the private sector can help bring infrastructure projects online sooner. Members of BPC’s Executive Council on Infrastructure, together with public and private sector leaders, explored the national opportunity for expediting deployment of new infrastructure, promising approaches to private sector involvement, and the U.S. role in meeting international economic and environmental goals.
During the event, BPC released model P3 enabling legislation. This tool draws from Virginia’s existing law. The model creates broad authority for states and localities to enter into public-private partnerships for all types of infrastructure through a process that encourages private sector involvement and protects the public interest.
Read the Legislative Framework
Public-Private Partnership (P3) Model State Legislation
Opening remarks by:
Vice Chairman and Managing Director Moelis & Company
Former House Majority Leader
Keynote remarks by:
Secretary of Transportation, Commonwealth of Virginia
Panel discussion featuring:
Patrick K. Decker
President and CEO, Xylem
CEO, California State Teachers’ Retirement System
Director, Virginia Office of Public-Private Partnerships
General Manager North America, Transurban
Director, BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative