Seminar entitled “Public-Private Partnership” held during the EUROPOLTECH 2013 conference
On 18 April 2013, as a part of the 6th International Police Conference and the International Police and Security Services Technology and Equipment Fair EUROPOLTECH 2013, a seminar entitled “Public-Private Partnership as an Opportunity to Finance Investments in the Infrastructure of Internal Security Services and Agencies”, organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security, was held.
During the seminar, moderated by Dr. Wojciech Filipkowski from the University of Bialystok, three panelists gave presentations:
- Przemyslaw Zaremba, Vice-President of the Foundation Board, General Director of the Center for Public-Private Partnership. Presentation topic: “Public-Private Partnership as a Chance for Financing of Investments in Infrastructure of Internal Security Services and Agencies”;
- Prof. dr hab. Maciej Perkowski, President of the Board of the Law and Partnership Foundation. Presentation topic: “Basic Tenets of Public-Private Partnership in the Light of Polish Law”;
- Robert Kaluża, Deputy Director of the Public-Private Partnership Support Department, Ministry of Regional Development. Presentation topic: “Basic Tenets of Public-Private Partnership in the Light of Polish Law”.
The seminar ended with a discussion about the first Polish experiences with public-private partnership.