Risk Management Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships

Risk Management Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships

Peter Adoko Obicci (POA-Kittim Consultants, Uganda)
Indexed In: SCOPUS
Release Date: March, 2017|Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 363
ISBN13: 9781522525035|ISBN10: 1522525033|EISBN13: 9781522525042|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2503-5


Governments around the globe are facing a new framework of service delivery as public-private partnerships become more prevalent. Characterized as an innovative tool for change, this area of socio-economic development is transforming the world economy.

Risk Management Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships is an essential reference source for the latest scholarly research on recent developments on the relationships between public agencies and private sectors, and frameworks for effectively managing risk factors. Featuring extensive coverage on a wide variety of topics and perspectives such as service delivery, sustainability, and contractual design, this publication is ideally designed for policy makers, students, and professionals seeking current research on ways to manage problems and challenges in contractual partnerships.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Contractual Design
  • Information Technology
  • Procurement
  • Risk Auditing and Reporting
  • Service Delivery
  • Stakeholders
  • Sustainability

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Peter Adoko Obicci was born in 1971 in Otaka village, Lamiyo Sub County, Agago district in northern Uganda. He studied philosophy at Bachelor level at Urbaniana Pontificia Universitas-Rome (1995-1998). He has received two Masters from Uganda Management Institute, Kampala-Uganda, in Public Administration and Management (2011) and Public Procurement (2016). He has a Post Graduate Certificate in Research Methods and Writing Skills from Centre of Basic Research (2006). He has two post graduate diplomas in Public Administration and Management from Uganda Management Institute (2009) and Education from Gulu University (2010). He also ordinary diplomas in Business Studies from Uganda College of Commerce Pakwach (1995) and Philosophy and Religious studies from Alokolum National Major Seminary (1998). He has certificates in Administrative Law from Law Development Centre (2006), Consultancy from Uganda Management Institute (2009) and SPSS and EpiInfo from Uganda Management Institute (2016). He has worked in a variety of position as lecturer of Office Management, Office Practice and Secretarial Duties at National Teacher’s College-Ngetta (2002), teacher at Royal Academy (2002) and a teacher of Business Law at Team Business College-Kisoro and Fort Portal Centers (2003). Outside the classroom, Peter joined the cadre of Ugandan civil service as an Accounts Assistant in Pader District Local Government in 2004. A year later he was elevated to the position of Sub county chief- an administrator and accounting officer in-charge of a Sub County. After the curving of Agago district out of Pader district, he assumed a new title of Assistant Secretary still in charge of the administration of a Sub County in 2010. He lectured political philosophy at Gulu University-Kitgum Campus (2012). He is presently a senior civil servant in the Office of the President- Kampala, Uganda and Executive Director of POA-Kittim Consultants a consultancy firm established in 2014. He has published a book, Political Decentralization in Uganda: A Case of Agago District (2014), and more than 15 journal articles in both national and international journals. He is married with five children and lives in Kampala.