JSC “Kazakhstan Center for Public-Private Partnership” was established to implement the functions of public administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of mobilization of financial, managerial, technological, physical and other resources for their use in solving the problems of state investment policy in various sectors of the economy. In the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 17, 2008 No. 693 “On the establishment of a specialized organization for the coordination of concessions”, as well as in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 25, 2015 No. 1056, the Center is defined as the management body of public-private partnership with implementation of activities in the field of public-private partnership. The sole shareholder of the Center is the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Our mission is to participate in the selection of an integral and massive national economy, consisting in the selection of state investment policy, methodological support and replication of the best sustainable PPP practices that take into account the balance of interests of states and business.
The Law “On Concessions” was adopted (3 major infrastructure projects).
In accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 17, 2008 No. 693 “On the establishment of a specialized organization for concession issues”, as well as in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 25, 2015 No. 1056, the Center is designated as a body for the development of public-private partnership with the purpose of carrying out activities in the field of public-private partnership.
The Law “On Public-Private Partnership” was adopted
– Expansion of the scope of PPP and the range of PPP participants
– Institutional PPP
– Implementation of PFI
– New types of contracts (LCC, fiduciary management, service contracts, R&D) Since 2016 in the Global Go-To Think Tank Index Report of the University of Pennsylvania (USA) in the nomination “Best Think Tanks in Central Asia” 36th place out of 63.
Publication of the scientific and practical journal “Public-Private Partnership” with registration in the Information Committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
International registration of the PPP journal at the International Center ISSN (International Standard Serial Number), France
The first PPP Investment Forum was dedicated to the Day of Adoption of the Law “On Public-Private Partnership” in the Republic of Kazakhstan (October 31, 2015) and brought together a wide range of investors, representatives of international organizations, local and central government bodies. The forum was a platform for dialogue between delegates on topical issues of PPP development and investing in Kazakhstani projects, strengthening long-term cooperation and joint project planning, partnerships to create value, quality and accessibility of services for people. During the forum, bilateral meetings were organized between delegations to share visions and project plans and promote B2B, B2G, G2G cooperation. Also, within the framework of the forum, a number of seminars and master classes were held to share knowledge, experience and best practices in the field of PPP
Opening of the innovative educational program “7M04106 – PPP Economics” for the preparation of masters of public-private partnership economics together with ENU
First International Scientific and Practical Conference
“PPP as a mechanism for attracting investments: models and experience”.
Co-organizers: ENU im. L.N. Gumilyov, IEI and IE KN MES RK
The Second International Forum “PPP in the Face of the Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities”, which took place on October 15, 2020 in an online format, has become an international platform for effective communication between government officials, business and the expert community to discuss trends in the implementation of PPP, search for solutions to current problems , as well as opportunities for further development of the mechanism. In addition, the Forum hosted the Fourth Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Finance and PPP Network, organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the Kazakhstan PPP Center
with technical support from the EBRD and ADB to strengthen the capacity of the PPP Center, 38 specialists from Kazakhstan were awarded international certification in the field of PPP CP3P