Salah C. Brahimi

Salah Brahimi is President and CEO of GMI (Grey Matter International Ltd.), a global strategic advisory services firm. Brahimi has consulted extensively on Public-Private Partnerships, while GMI has also had a dedicated Risk, Crisis, Disaster and Emergency Management Practice. Brahimi holds a number of Board Directorships, past and present and some of his PPP exposure comes from previous positions as a senior manager and executive at the World Bank and as a Peer-Review Expert for the European Union’s Research & Technology for Development Framework Programs. Brahimi notably serves on the Board of ACWA Power International, the Middle-East’s largest global power generation and water desalination group, as well as the Alliance for Peace-Building, the leading non-profit Peace and Security institutions’ umbrella organization, as well as serving on the Boards of other international civil society organizations such as the Future Network which focuses on sustainable development issues in emerging countries.


Emergency Management and Disaster Response Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships
Marvine Paula Hamner, S. Shane Stovall, Doaa M. Taha, Salah C. Brahimi. © 2015. 345 pages.
In a world of earthquakes, tsunamis, and terrorist attacks, it is evident that emergency response plans are crucial to solve problems, overcome challenges, and restore and...
Identifying and Managing Risks Inherent in e-Government Project Implementation: Requirements for new Tools and Methodologies
Marvine Hamner, Martin A. Negrón, Doaa Taha, Salah Brahimi. © 2012. 39 pages.
e-Government implementation in developing countries is usually very different than it is in developed countries, with different strategy, different challenges, and different...
e-Government Implementation in a Developing Country: A Case Study
Marvine Hamner, Martin A. Negrón, Doaa Taha, Salah Brahimi. © 2012. 28 pages.
When e-Government projects fail, the costs to developing countries can be extraordinarily high. Therefore, the importance of understanding the risks, the ability to manage those...
Human Factors in Implementing E-Government in Developing Countries
Marvine Hamner, Doaa Taha, Salah Brahimi. © 2010. 23 pages.
Even today only modest gains have been made since the implementation of E-Government. A veritable plethora of human factors affect the success, or failure, of technology...
Marvine Hamner, Doaa Taha, Salah Brahimi. © 2010. 20 pages.
Developing countries interested in initiating E-Government will confront a number of issues and challenges in this endeavor. These issues and challenges often manifest themselves...