1. The PPP Committee
The PPP Committee is the top policy making organ for all PPP matters. It provides the overall strategic direction of the Kenyan PPP Programme and ensures there exists a conducive legal and institutional environment for PPPs to thrive.
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2.The PPP Petition Committee
The PPP Petition Committee, established under section 67 of the PPP Act 2013, is set up as a tribunal to adjudicate on all petitions and complaints submitted by a private party during the process of tendering and entering into a PPP project agreement. The Committee discharges its functions through a Secretariat.
3.The PPP Directorate
The Directorate’s mandate cuts across national and county government entities, state corporations as well as the private sector with regard to developing and implementing critical infrastructure and other development projects. It offers various services to Contracting Authorities including project development, legal support, monitoring and evaluation, capacity building and knowledge management
4.The PPP Nodes/Contracting Authorities (CAs)
The PPP Act of 2013 recognizes Contracting Authorities (CAs) as Ministries/Government Departments, County Governments and Statutory Corporations. Their main responsibilities with respect to PPP are to identify, develop, implement and monitor projects. To discharge their responsibilities, procuring entities are required to conduct feasibility studies, prepare bidding documents and seek necessary approvals. Each CA undertaking a PPP project is required to establish a PPP Node, staffed with officers with the ability to carry out day-to-day management of a PPP project. Given that Contracting Authorities do not have in-house expertise on PPP, they may have to appoint Transaction Advisors to assist them in the development of projects.