How Public-Private Partnership Projects are procured at IBN?

Firstly, IBN calls for Expression of Interest (EOI) from potential investors followed by screening based on set criteria. IBN issues Request for Proposal (RFP) notice to qualified investors for submission of a detailed project proposal. Lastly, IBN conducts a detailed study of proposal received and recommend the most competent investor to IBN Board Committee for assigning investor.

Read More

How does IBN identify PPP projects in Nepal?

IBN has developed a project bank for PPP projects in coordination with relevant government agencies and the private sector. Projects are recommended to the IBN board meeting for final approval. The identification and approval of projects are based on the priority sectors envisaged by the PPPIA 2019.

Read More

How are PPP projects procured by IBN?

Firstly, IBN calls for an expression of interest (EOI) from potential investors. The EoIs are then screened based on a set of criteria. IBN then issues a request for proposals (RFP) notice to qualified investors for the submission of a detailed project proposal. Finally, IBN conducts a comprehensive review of the proposals received before recommending the most competent investor to the IBN board meeting for final selection.

Read More