Water Infrastructure Workshop Slated for September

Meeting the nation's water and wastewater infrastructure needs is a serious challenge. Experts from both the public and private sectors will outline methods for mobilizing resources to successfully meet the challenge at the one-day Partnerships for Water Infrastructure workshop in Georgia in September.

Meeting the nation's water and wastewater infrastructure needs is a serious challenge. Experts from both the public and private sectors will outline methods for mobilizing resources to successfully meet the challenge at the one-day Partnerships for Water Infrastructure workshop in Georgia in September.

Set for September 15 at the Radisson Riverfront Hotel in Augusta, the educational workshop will be hosted by the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships, in association with the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia, the Georgia Municipal Association and the Georgia Rural Water Association.

With a special focus on regional topics, the workshop will cover everything from partnership basics to best practices, including legal, financial, risk allocation and employee issues. For more information and registration materials, visit http://www.ncppp.org/calendars/augustawater.html.

The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1985. The Council is a forum for the brightest ideas and innovators in the partnership arena. Its growing list of public- and private-sector members, with experience in a wide variety of public-private partnership arrangements, and its diverse training and public education programs, represent vital core resources for partnering nationwide. More information on NCPPP can be found a http://www.ncppp.org.

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