The Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG), the first research study and teaching establishment focusing on administration and public policy in the Arab world, organised a two-day workshop titled “Partnership Between Public and Private Sectors” on January 9-11, 2018.
The occasion can be found in the lead-up to the second UAE Public law Forum (UAE PPF 2018), which is readied to be hung on January 15-16, 2018, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Royal Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, and births the theme “Shaping the Future of Public-Private Partnerships”.
The workshop was attended by authorities and professionals in preparation, investments, financial, lawful and technical facets, standing for a number of joint jobs between the personal and public markets, in addition to agents from numerous private-sector entities.
His Excellency Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri, MBRSG's Executive President, said: "The primary purpose of this workshop is to discover international finest techniques and tried-and-tested versions for partnership between the general public and economic sectors, and establish approaches to customize them to the UAE's introducing method because regard."
"The UAE has a clear vision and a clear work ethic," Dr Al Marri proceeded, "where the bulk of government services is slated to be outsourced to the private sector, showing the directives of our sensible leadership. This ambitious technique describes the necessary legislative and governing frameworks to enhance government solutions and pave the way for the government of the future, improving the UAE's competition and developing it as an excellent destination for private-public partnerships."
The workshop specified private-public collaborations to its target market, providing a summary of all the kinds of collaborations; evaluating their staminas and weaknesses; exploring the PPP experience in Arab region and the world.
The 2nd UAE Public law Forum is set to concentrate on six primary pillars: Recognizing and examining chances for public-private collaborations; creating a making it possible for setting for PPPs; reviewing visions and techniques to enhance collaborations and raise performance; performance analysis; using smart innovations and innovation to the benefit of PPPs; and creating policies to control public-private partnerships in the future.