Ancillary Processes Such As Partnering And Framework Agreements
3.34 Other jurisdictions have set limits on the types of services that a partnership agreement can provide. In general, a partnership agreement is considered appropriate for the provision of ancillary services such as facility management and services for which the public organization lacks expertise (a good New Zealand example is the management of entertainment events in Auckland`s indoor arena, described in Appendix 1). Public sector policy may require the public sector to provide front-line services directly, which often involve a high degree of direct interaction with individuals, such as hospital care and school education. Partnerships can be considered for a single project or be a long-term relationship with a number of projects (for example. B a framework agreement). The longer the contract, the greater the benefits of the partnership, as there are more opportunities to build labour relations, find improvements and plan investments. When there is a partnership for a given project, it is called a “project partnership.” When it comes to a multi-project relationship, it is called “strategic partnership.” 3.22 For a partnership agreement to be successfully implemented, policymakers and leaders must commit to this process of contracting. They must also have the necessary direction and control throughout the life of the project, which can be very long. The business case should assess the cost of this high commitment over the life of the project.18 3.32 An assessment of the public interest or not of a project depends on the nature of the proposed partnership agreement. Among the types of problems that need to be considered are: framework contract documents should define the scope and possible location of work or services that should be required during the defined period.
You should describe the contractual terms that are used for intermediate construction work (for example. B design) and/or the terms of the contract used to carry out the work. 3.5 The project`s characteristics will have a significant impact on whether it can be provided through a partnership agreement and, if so, what partner model will be likely to achieve the desired results for the project. 3.57 Compliance requirements (for example. (b) ministerial authorities, consultations and consents under the Resource Management Act 1991 should be described, including the likelihood of the likely duration of these processes.