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The ​Investment Partnerships Program

The Investment Partnerships Program (PPI) was created by Law No. 13,334 of 2016 to expand and accelerate partnerships between the State and the private sector through PPP contracts and other privatization measures.

The same law that created PPI created two new structures in the Federal Administration: the PPI Council and the PPI Special Secretariat. The Council is the collegiate body that evaluates and recommends to the President of the Republic which projects should be qualified in the PPI portfolio. The Council also decides on the issues related to the execution of the contracts of partnerships and desestatizations. The Secretariat, answerable to the Ministry of Economy, acts in support of Ministries and Regulatory Agencies for the Execution of Program Activities.

The Program

The objectives of the PPI are:

• Expand investment and employment opportunities and stimulate technological and industrial development, in harmony with the country's social and economic development goals;
• Ensure the expansion with quality of the public infrastructure, with tariffs appropriate to the users;
• Promote fair competition in the celebration of partnerships and the provision of services;
• Ensure legal stability and security of contracts, with the guarantee of minimal intervention in business and investment;
• Strengthen the regulatory role of the State and the autonomy of state regulatory entities.

Once the ventures are qualified in the Investment Partnerships Program, they will be treated as a national priority. The organs and entities involved must act so that the processes and acts necessary for the structuring, liberation and execution of the project occur in an efficient and economical way. 

Attributions of the PPI Council

The PPI Board will meet whenever convened to discuss matters on the agenda organized by the PPI Secretariat. Its main attributions are:

• To consider, prior to the deliberation of the President of the Republic, the proposals of the Ministries for the inclusion of enterprises in the PPI and regarding the federal long-term investment policies through partnerships;

• Coordinate, monitor, evaluate and supervise the actions of the PPI and support the sectoral actions necessary for its execution.

• Perform the duties assigned to:

- Governing body of federal public-private partnerships (Law nº 11.079 / 04).
- National Council for the Integration of Transport Policies (Law 10.233 / 01).
- National Privatization Council (Law 9.491 / 97).

Attributions of the PPI Secretariat

The Special Secretariat of the Investment Partnerships Program (SPPI) has a permanent presence, among its attributions:

• Secretary of the PPI Council, receiving proposals from Ministries and structuring the agenda of meetings;
• Advise the President of the Republic on matters related to the PPI, drawing up opinions and studies and proposing norms, measures and guidelines;
• Coordinate, monitor, evaluate and supervise the actions of the PPI, including supporting the actions necessary for the execution of the projects by the Ministries and regulatory agencies;
• Publicize PPI projects and liaise with investors and other stakeholders in the Program, including State and Municipal bodies.


Sectoral ministries:

• Forward propositions and projects for Council deliberation and their inclusion in the Investment Partnerships Program;
• Promote the technical and modeling studies of the projects under its responsibility;
• Conduct the bidding and monitor the execution of the projects, with the support of the PPI Executive Secretariat and regulatory agencies.

Attributions of the Regulatory Agencies

• Regulating economic sectors aiming at fostering competition and carefully addressing the quality of the services provided by the private agents;

• Following up the Ministries' technical and modeling studies upon request and executing technical studies for the projects within their competence;

• Supervising the execution of concession and PPP agreements within their fields of action;

• Promoting contractual revisions and assessing claims of contractual rebalance in partnership agreements within their fields of action.

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