Daniel G. Bauer, Managing Director of the Public Procurement Research Center at Florida Atlantic University, has been selected as a Member of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Team of Specialists on Public-Private Partnerships (“UNECE TOS on PPPs”). Daniel will be attending the Sixth Session of the Team of Specialists on Public-Private Partnerships, to be held June 23-24, 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland. Daniel joins as one of only 16 Academics, 227 Advisors, and 55 Public Officials comprising the Team of Specialists.
The UNECE TOS on PPPs mandate is to increase the expertise of governments to identify, negotiate, manage, and implement successful public-private partnerships. This will be done through exchange of knowledge and experiences of PPPs by member countries, including experts from public and private sectors, particularly in the identification and testing of best practices. The activities will result in guides on best practice, studies and innovative tools that can be used in capacity-building programs and training with special emphasis on six key areas: Water & Sanitation, Renewable Energy, Roads, Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”), Healthcare, and Good Governance.
The UNECE consists of 56 member nations, including countries of Europe, North America, Central Asia, and Western Asia. The UNECE was formerly founded in 1947. For more information please visit www.unece.org. For more information on the Public Procurement Research Center please see www.fau.edu/pprc/.
Daniel Bauer brings over fourteen years of Fortune 500 corporate experience, ten years of international venture and entrepreneurial experience, combined with over five years of rigorous academic and research experience as well as financing relationships to the benefit of others. Mr. Bauer is currently the Managing Director of the Public Procurement Research Center at Florida Atlantic University as well as Adjunct Professor - Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.
The Florida Atlantic University Public Procurement Research Center http://www.fau.edu/pprc/ applies critical thinking skills to the recent EU rules on SMEs and explores outcomes, implications, and consequences (both intended and unintended) for small businesses in the United States and The Americas. The PPRC welcomes inquiries from academicians and practitioners looking to serve on advisory boards. Please direct your inquiries to email@example.com.
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