Felipe Montoro Jens Explains The New Public-Private Partnerships
Felipe Montoro Jens reported recently on the discussions of concessions and partnerships between government and private businesses concerning the waste management industry. The mayor of Porto Alegre recently held a meeting on public private partnerships. The discussions discussed a whole range of issues, such as public lighting, infrastructure, sanitation projects, and much more. The meeting was held in order to figure out how the government can partner with private companies in order to get things done for the public at a faster and more efficient rate.
Public private partnerships are a great way, according to the mayor, to help out Brazil during its current financial crisis. The mayor recently signed a bill that would start the process of such partnerships. There is a council that will be in charge of overseeing, coordinating, and implementing these partnerships. Felipe Montoro Jens will play a large role in these partnerships and their coordination.
The council will decide which projects fit the bill for these partnerships. They will review reports about the partnerships and the progress they are making. They will decide on biddings and appeals.
Felipe Montoro Jens explains that this is a necessary step for the country during its current financial situation. In addition, the members of the council will be completely unbiased, as they are barred from commenting and voting on projects in which any conflict of interest may exist. The mayor explained that he is seeking these partnerships in order to bring high quality services to the public.
Felipe Montoro Jens is a Brazilian businessman. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Energipar Captação S.A.
Felipe Montoro Jens has served on the board of Foz do Brasil SA, Fonte Nova Negocios e Participaçoes SA, and other companies. He was the director of Santo Antônio Energia S.A and Director of Braskem S.A.