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by Ellen Pint

Author: Ellen Pint
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: RAND Corporation (February 12, 2001)
Pages: 85 pages
Category: Other
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Instead of the public owning what they pay for, America’s system gifts taxpayer money to private companies which turn around and profit off publicly funded g the tax payer pay a second time

Instead of the public owning what they pay for, America’s system gifts taxpayer money to private companies which turn around and profit off publicly funded g the tax payer pay a second time: Over 90% of the NFL’s privately owned stadiums were built with public money. ISPs were gifted hundreds of billions to build out a never delivered fiber optic system over 20 years.

A public–private partnership (PPP, 3P, or P3) is a cooperative arrangement between two or more public and private sectors, typically of a long-term nature. It involves an arrangement between a unit of government and a business that brings better services or improves the city’s capacity to operate effectively. Public–private partnerships are primarily used for infrastructure provision, such as the building and equipping of schools, hospitals, transport systems, and water and sewerage systems.

On April 14-16, 2000, the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment convened a conference to compare the United States and United Kingdom experiences with privatizing military installation assets, operations, and services.