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Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act

The Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (the PPEA) grants responsible public entities the authority to create public-private partnerships for the development of a wide range of projects for public use if the public entities determine there is a need for the project and that private involvement may provide the project to the public in a timely or cost-effective fashion. 

The PPEA defines “responsible public entity” to include any public entity that, “…has the power to develop or operate the applicable qualifying project”. Individually negotiated interim or comprehensive agreements between a private entity and a responsible public entity will define the respective rights and obligations of the responsible public entity and the private entity.

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Lisa M. Pride, division administrator 

 

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