EPEC draws on the experience and expertise of its membership for all its activities. Members, supported by the EPEC Executive, work together to develop structured approaches to identifying best practice in issues of common concern.
The Executive also provides a helpdesk facility to give rapid responses to immediate questions, or re-direct these questions to other Members with relevant expertise. This service is available only to Members and EPEC cannot assist with other enquiries or requests.
The EPEC Executive also has some capacity to respond to requests to work with individual Members. This might, typically, be to help countries set up a PPP programme, refine policy or to analyse institutional bottlenecks. EPEC does not, however, advise on individual projects.