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11.07.06.00.htm 11.07.06.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 07 MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Chapter 06 Public-Private Partnership Program Authority: State Finance and Procurement Article, §10A-101 et seq. 10A-201 et seq. 10A-301 et seq. 10A-401 et seq. and 11-203(h) Annotated Code of Maryland
11.07.06.01.htm 11.07.06.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of this chapter is to:. A. Establish a Maryland Transportation Authority Public-Private Partnership Program (Program) to enhance the State’s transportation systems, assets, functions, and infrastructure; andB. Describe and provide a process for the development, solicitation, evaluation, award, and delivery of public-private partnerships in the Authority’s Program.
11.07.06.02.htm 11.07.06.02. 02 Scope.. A. In accordance with State Finance and Procurement Article, §10A-101(g)3) Annotated Code of Maryland, the Authority is a reporting agency that may establish public-private partnerships and execute public-private partnership agreements in connection with any public infrastructure assets for which it is responsible.B. Within the Authority, the Executive Director shall be responsible for administering the Program..
11.07.06.03.htm 11.07.06.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Authority” means the Maryland Transportation Authority.. 2) “Budget committees” has the meaning stated in State Finance and Procurement Article, §10A-101, Annotated Code of Maryland.3) “Chairman” has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, §4-202(a) Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.07.06.04.htm 11.07.06.04. 04 Transportation Public-Private Partnerships Steering Committee.. A. The Steering Committee is established to advise the Chairman and members of the Authority on the structure and implementation of the Authority’s Program, including, but not limited to, the following:1) Identifying potential public-private partnership opportunities for screening;. 2) Screening of public-private partnership opportunities, including both high-level and detailed-level;
11.07.06.05.htm 11.07.06.05. 05 Identification Process.. A. Public-private partnership concepts and opportunities will be identified within the Authority and through other State, regional, local, and municipal processes.1) Potential public-private partnership concepts and opportunities may be identified through periodic transportation planning, communication, and evaluation processes that are carried out within the Authority, the Department, and through other State, regional, local, and mun
11.07.06.06.htm 11.07.06.06. 06 Screening Process.. A. The purpose of screening is to assist the Authority in determining the appropriateness, viability, and effectiveness of delivering a public infrastructure asset for which it is responsible using a public-private partnership methodology.B. The screening methodology is a means to systematically apply uniform and consistent factors to both internally generated public-private partnership concepts and unsolicited public-private partnership concepts.
11.07.06.07.htm 11.07.06.07. 07 Presolicitation.. A. Presolicitation Report Development.. 1) The development of a presolicitation report for submission involves a broad range of activities that may run concurrent to the high-level and detailed-level screening phases.2) In consultation with the Steering Committee, the Executive Director shall determine:. a) The tasks required for the development of a presolicitation report; and. b) The responsible parties within the Authority.. 3) The development of a p
11.07.06.08.htm 11.07.06.08. 08 Solicitation Process.. A. General.. 1) The solicitation process for public-private partnerships shall be competitive, regardless of whether the public-private partnership concept originated internally within the Authority or from an unsolicited proposal.2) For each private entity that responds to a public notice of solicitation, the Authority shall make a responsibility determination in accordance with State Finance and Procurement, §10A-202(c) Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.07.06.09.htm 11.07.06.09. 09 Evaluation, Negotiation, and Award.. A. Evaluation of Submitted Responses.. 1) The Authority will conduct evaluations of submitted responses to requests for qualifications and submitted proposals using the information submitted by the private entity.2) Submitted information will be evaluated against the requirements of the solicitation and the evaluation criteria that the Authority specifies in the solicitation for the particular public-private partnership opportunity;
11.07.06.10.htm 11.07.06.10. 10 Delivery.. Procedures for Public-Private Partnership Agreements. In the development of a public-private partnership agreement, the Authority shall comply with the provisions established in State Finance and Procurement Article, §10A-401, Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.07.06.9999.htm 11.07.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 8, 1997 (24:18 Md. R. 1296). Regulations .01―14, Transportation Public-Private Partnerships repealed and new Regulations .01―10, Public-Private Partnerships adopted effective December 21, 2015 (42:25 Md. R. 1544)
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