Marcello Crivella, the current mayor of Rio de Janeiro city, commits to expanding the education sector. Through his government 20,000 and 40,000-day care and pre-school centers will be created accordingly. The project will be implemented through the Private Public Partnership.
11,079 law formed the Private- Public Partnership on December 30th, 2004. It covers the bidding and contracting general rule. The formation of the PPP as stated by Felipe Montoro Jens, an expert in infrastructure entails common administrative contracts between the private and public entities. The private sector comes in to offer services to the public in areas where the public sector has no enough resources. Both parties work towards a common goal in the development, construction, and monitoring of federal projects.
Marcelo Crivella’s government program to develop education sector through PPP was also practiced earlier in Brazil. The mayor is committed to keeping to his promise to the people of Rio in reforming the education division. His team together with the PPP proposed Felipe as the expert in the infrastructure projects.
The government of Rio project for the support of education sector is for PPP to construct new kindergarten and pre-school facilities. As the city hall oversees the education part, the PPP is responsible for the administrative and construction and maintenance of the New Infants Units.
Other partners involved in the development program is the International Finance Corporation. The firm is tasked with the responsibility of advising on the education sector project development with a budget of R $ 2.3 million. The International Finance Corporation is also contracted to offer consultancy services on the Public Lighting PPP project in Rio de Janeiro. As tabulated by the expert in infrastructure Mr. Montoro, the services will cost the government R $ 2.1 million. IFC is the leading consultant in the development projects internationally.