Government launches savings code of conduct for operational PPP/PFI contracts

As part of its Operational Savings programme, which has saved approximately £1.5bn in savings since its launch in 2011, the government has launched its new code of conduct on how public and private bodies will work together to make savings on operational public infrastructure projects.

The voluntary code sets out a series of commitments from public and private sector parties involved in operational PPP/PFI contracts with the aim of improving efficiency and ultimately reducing cost. There are eight key commitments for private sector parties and eight for the public sector…

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