The legal framework for PPP projects in the Czech Republic has been in place since 1 July 2006. While the Public Procurement Act provides regulations of general application, the Concession Act regulates the specifics of concessions and provides for certain deviations from general rules applicable to concessions and long-term projects with transferred risk to the private sector. Whilst there are projects planned at both government and municipal level, no PPP project at governmental level has yet been completed. The Ministry of Finance (in cooperation with the Czech government) has created a PPP promotion and administration body, “PPP Centrum”, exclusively to advise public sector clients. Whilst the Ministry of Finance administers the methodological procedures of PPP and is responsible for the financial aspects of PPP projects, the Ministry for Regional Development functions as a legislative guarantor of PPP and is responsible for procurement policy in general.
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