An outline of Pennsylvania with 27 red splotches marking financially distressed cities in every corner of the state was described by one economist as a 'measles map'.
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The Wall Street Journal reports- tens and possibly hundreds of billions of dollars in private infrastructure funds are waiting to be spent? It's money that Chicago Mayor—and Democratic Party powerhouse—Rahm Emanuel has spotted, rightly calling it "a tool here that takes some of the pressure off taxpayers." Read the full-story on Reason.org: http:// bit.ly/NfVXsL
Brian Barth of Onsite Physio has joined as a corporate partner. Brian's company provides mobile physical therapy services throughout the southeast. This cutting edge concept has been very well received and provides significant savings opportunities in employee healthcare.
Larry Lee and Lynn Turner of Total Wellness a division of Plan Analysts have also joined as a corporate partner. Total Wellness provides healthcare claims management through a comprehensive program of employee wellness. Clearly a benefit to municipal employees as well as healthcare cost containment.
Continued success from the GSPI team!
Florida Poll reveals majority of citizens are favorable to public-private partnerships. Results of the statewide Mason/ Dixon poll, commissioned by GSPI, clearly show support for P3s as a tool for governments to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Excerpts of the poll are included in the attached link. Contact GSPI at (904) 791-4687 or email@example.com for more details.
Officials with the Texas Facilities Commission told state lawmakers Thursday that they are studying five unsolicited proposals, worth an estimated $500 million, for possible public-private partnership projects at the Capitol complex.
GSPI Executive Director, Cynthia Austin attended the conference to discuss how partnerships can benefit Black Mayors from across the country. While the conference provided a full agenda, Mayor John Marks from Tallahassee, FL helped Cynthia gather a select group of Mayors for the discussion. Both Tuskegee, AL and Orange County, NJ expressed an interest in hosting a GSPI workshop to help inform staff of the latest in P3 best practices. The group planned to gather again at the U.S. Conference of Mayors 2012 in Orlando June 13th through 16th.
The Navy’s top sailor in charge of the $5.4 billion Next Generation Enterprise Network project has one overriding goal in moving the huge contract forward: Don’t screw it up for users.
As many as 200 companies are showing an interest in the largest bid for renewable energy in the state’s history. The Legislature's recent approval of the undersea cable bill earlier this month is generating added interest in projects seeking to bring energy from neighbor islands to Oahu.
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, known as SPAWAR, has issued a request for proposals for its Next-Generation Enterprise Network, estimated to cost between $7 billion and $10 billion over 10 years.
A bold, ground-breaking partnership with a private company to operate the Osceola Library System passed its 100-day mark Sunday (April 15) and is already leading to reduced costs, a flow of new books and more access for all residents.