Olympia, WA: Public-private partnership needed in affordable housing

“I love nonprofits and we are better off because of them, but after a point they can only do so much with limited funding/resources,” writes Katie Breen. P3s bridge the gap.

Los Angeles P3 Funds $3.2 Million Venture to Prevent Juvenile Delinquency

In L.A. County, a public-private partnership hopes to move more funding to help young people involved with the justice system into the hands of community-based organizations.

University of Iowa Exploring P3 to Manage Utilities

The University of Iowa recently announced that it’s exploring a potential P3 with its utility system to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Boston Mayor Announces Nearly $1 Million P3 for Parks System

The Partnerships Matching Funds Program provides critical money for projects improving the commonwealth’s natural, cultural, and recreational resources.

Public-Private Partnership Targets Storm Water Pollution

The public-private partnership will combat storm water pollution and install green infrastructure in and around Chester, Pennsylvania.

Dallas Housing Authority to Redevelop Properties Through P3s

The Dallas Housing Authority (DHA) announced that it has selected 12 firms to join its roster of qualified private developers as partners to create more affordable housing opportunities across North Texas.

From the Harvard Business Review: What Successful P3s Do

The Harvard Business Review outlines several suggestions for maximizing success of public-private partnerships. Check it out.

Funding Columbus, OH Stadium Through Public Private Partnership

More than 700 million dollars is the proposed investment it will take to build a new Crew stadium and renovate the current stadium. But, instead of residents footing the whole bill, the money will come from what’s called a public private partnership.

Public-Private Partnership Takes Down Global Cybercriminals

Global public-private collaboration helped locate the criminals and aided in their capture. White Ops and Google were highlighted as being instrumental in both the investigation and the botnet takedown.

DC Suburb Increasing Public-Private Partnerships

The Alexandria City Manager’s office is looking to hire a full-time staff member “in order to enhance and grow the City’s use of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the delivery and financing of City facilities, infrastructure and services,” according to City documents.