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1 Public-Private Partnership for School Infrastructure Project (PSIP)-II Department of Education National Economic and Development Authority Regional Development Council XI 29 January 2013

2 Presentation Summary Project Rationale: Wipe out the classroom backlog PSIP-I Bid Results PSIP-II – Project Components – Project Features – Expected Benefits Project Timetable

3 11,850* On-going/Programmed Balance ,800 SY BACKLOG 3,291 June –December 2010 ACCOMPLISHMENT Zero Backlog End of December ,189 January-December 2011 ACCOMPLISHMENT 15,354* January-November 12,2012 ACCOMPLISHMENT less 18,924 Programmed 2013 Our Goal: Eliminate the Classroom Backlog 2012 Provision* DepEd: 11,225 DPWH: 2,313 PDAF: 1,495 LGUs: 5,719 Private Donors, PAGCOR, AusAID: 6,452 PSIP: 9,301 less 3 9,301* Public Private Partnership-I 2012 less 10,679 Public Private Partnership-II 2013 less

4 PSIP I Bid Results Citicore-Megawide Region III 2,885 classrooms PhP 5.2 billion Region IV-A 4,259 classrooms PhP 7.6 billion Bright Future Educational Facilities (BF Corporation-Riverbanks) Region I 2,157 classrooms PhP 3.4 billion 4

5 Regular Program vs. the PSIP Phase II DiscussionConventional Program PSIP-II Project Scope Single siteMultiple sites Project Size Few classroomsSeveral thousand classrooms Procurement Mode RA 9184RA 7718 (BOT Law) Construction Method Conventional technology Open to new technology Program of Works Pre-definedOpen, subject to compliance to MPSS Payment Terms Progress billingFull-payment only upon completion of construction works

6 PSIP-II: Design-Build Contract Classroom infrastructure – Single-storey, two-storey, three- storey and four-storey school buildings – Includes blackboads and electrical installations Comfort rooms – Attached or detached units for single-storey structures – Integrated for two-storey structures Furniture – 45 school seats/armchairs per classroom – 1 set of teachers desk and chair

7 PSIP-II Coverage Contract Package Regions Covered Total Number of Recipient Schools Total Number of Classrooms to be Constructed A I, II, III and CAR 1,0822,440 BIV-B and V1,1182,169 CVI, VII and VIII1,4342,672 DIX, XI and XII7201,468 E X and CARAGA 8131,930 Total5,16710,679 7

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10 Expected Benefits from the PSIP Benefits to DepED and National Government : – 480,600 students who will immediately enjoy better learning facilities. – Shares and transfers certain risks to the private sector proponent (i.e. design, construction). Benefits to Infrastructure Sector : Promote local capacity-building consistent with the national development goals of creating inclusive growth, generating local employment, and poverty alleviation Benefits to Financial Sector : Provide investment opportunities for the excess liquidity in the market and promote the development of the domestic capital market. Benefits to Education Sector : Increase students productivity, academic performance and long-term learning potential; improve enrolment, retention and completion rates.

11 Indicative timelines for PSIP-II Bid Target bidding (two-stage) – Pre-qualification: Jan-Feb 2013 – Bidding: Mar-June 2013 – Basis of Award: lowest complying bid Target construction: Pre- Procurement (Nov-Dec 2012) Pre- Qualification (Jan-Feb 2013) Bidding Mock-up Assembly; Submission of Bids; Evaluation and Award (Mar-May 2013) Implementa- tion 12 months (July 2013-June 2014) 11

12 Thank You… For more information on the PSIP: DepED Finance and Administration Unit Tel: ; Telefax: DepED Physical Facilities and Schools Engineering Division Tel: loc.117


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