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Review of performance based contracting in the road sector : phase two - review of training materials and resources (Inglês)

Performance Based Contracts (PBC's) are not new to the transport sector, with many variants in use in different countries for close to two decades. International lending institutions, such as the World Bank, have played a significant role in pushing PBCs into developing nations as part of loan assistance packages. However, there has been a tendency for a 'one-size-fits-all' approach to the implementation, with the result being a variation in the success of any implemented PBCs, as well as a significant proportion of the proposed PBCs not making it to the contract award stage. To address these issues, the World Bank has commissioned a review of performance based contracting in the road sector (contract number 7158253) led by Opus International Consultants Limited. Outputs from the project to date include: phase one report covering the review of previous PBCs (Opus 2011); a guide for the application of PBCs (Opus, 2012a); points to guide Bank implementation of PBCs (Opus, 2012b); and this review of existing training materials and resources.


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    Gericke,Petrus Benjamin, Greewood, Ian, Henning,Theuns Frederick Phillip

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    Review of performance based contracting in the road sector : phase two - review of training materials and resources

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