Country: Global / Non-Specific
The Project Screening and Analytics Tool (PSAT) is a decision-making tool for preliminary screening to determine projects’ potential suitability for PPP procurement and project prioritization.
The tool helps evaluate projects on qualitative and quantitative variables, and functions well in situations of low or high information availability. This includes but is not limited to high level/pre-feasibility studies (technical, economic, financial, legal, and environmental analysis), site checks, fiscal and budget evaluations, political and economic evaluations, determination of the need for the project, initial market checks, preliminary risk analysis, qualitative value-for-money check, etc. It builds on an earlier version of the PPP Screening Tool developed in 2017 and offers enhanced features such as ability to enter and store information for more than one project (forming a PSAT database), produce various types of analysis, generate three types of reports (in Word, PDF or Excel formats), prioritize projects and download all project data entered in the tool. The PSAT can also be used as a decision-tool or checklist at any stage of project development prior to initiation of procurement to determine whether the project should move forward. The tool cannot replace a full-scale feasibility study and results depend on the accuracy of the information provided. The tool identifies how suitable it would be to implement a project as a PPP and should be followed up by detailed studies
Updated: April 7, 2022