The Government, to their credit, recognises that procurement of large projects is a skill and so want to improve the process with the Major Projects Leadership Academy. http://t.co/0Odbd2yD
The government is currently managing 206 major projects worth more than £400bn with more than half running over time and budget.
But it occurs to me that while some of the negative press about PFI is justified, it is very rarely balanced by any positives. Where are the voices pointing to the projects delivered on time and on budget, and politely pointing out how many non-PFI projects have run over cost?
Without balancing voices the anti-PFI argument is not winning, it is the only game in town, and that seems a shame.