Since 1980s, the government of Philippines has been using PPP models. And since 2010, it has been working for an improved legal framework. The main PPP law is the 1994 Republic Act (RA) 7718. Recent efforts to revitalise the PPP programme have included Executive Orders (EOs) 8 of 2010 and 136 of 2013, as well as new Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) for RA 7718, issued in 2012.The PPP Center, under the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) , is the main facilitating and monitoring agency for PPPs. Projects go through several layers of approval starting with the PPP Center, followed by the cross agency Investment Coordination Committee (ICC) and finally the NEDA Board. NEDA makes sure that the PPP programme fits with boarder national and subnational economic planning, the Department of Finance is in charge of risk allocation and assessing the fiscal impact of PPPs; the Environmental Management Bureau oversees environment impact; while the PPP Center is in charge of Value-for-Money analysis, commercial financial viability and financial structuring.

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