Guidance 1Infrastructure Australia (2011)
National Public Private Partnership Guidelines
Volume 2: Practitioners’ Guide
This guideline sets out the standard management team structure for a PPP
The complexity and scale of most PPP projects require a range of skills and resources to be applied.
A common way of implementing effective project governance for PPP project development is by a system of boards or committees. Different systems can be considered, but they normally include: Guidance 1
A project board, or steering committee, comprising the main public sector stakeholders and led by a senior officer within the Authority that is responsible for delivering the project; and
A project management team, responsible for managing the PPP project day-to-day (including managing advisers) and reporting to the steering committee. Appointing a project director is of particular importance. During the intense procurement phase, this will be a full-time job and be someone who has experience of both the public and the private sector.