Success of the ETP, is dependent upon effective implementation of the initiatives and actual delivery of the expected outcomes.
This will require the public and private sectors to work in true partnership to carry out the 131 EPPs spanning 12 NKEAs.
Our Promise to the Private Sector
To successfully deliver a programme of this scale requires multiple parties to work together in a new way towards a clear common goal.
The ETP will require projects to be initiated and carried out by the private sector, and the Government will be held accountable for supporting and facilitating implementation. In this spirit, the Government commits to a specifc and actionable Promise to the Private Sector.
Government's Promises to the Private Sector
Ensure the private sector owns EPPs wherever possible
Shifting the public sector's role to providing support and facilitation;
Fast-track amending regulations
Removing barriers and establishing other enablers that are specifcally required by EPPs;
Avoid crowding out private sector investment
focus investment of public funds only as a catalyst;
Award public contracts
For funding EPPs using a merit-based, market-friendly, transparent and rapid process;
To effectively attract foreign and domestic investment at the targetted EPPs;
Responsively act on feedback from the private sector;
Provide annual reports
To objectively assess the impact of ETP; and
Maintain ETP as a national priority
Ensuring it is prioritised in terms of leadership attention, funding and support.