Felipe Montoro Jens: Extending his Help to the Brazilian Government
The government of Brazil has reached out to its citizens who are living abroad and asked them to go back to the country and help with the government’s public-private partnership programs. One of those invited to return is Felipe Montoro Jens, a Brazilian entrepreneur who is knowledgeable about infrastructures. The government of Brazil presented him a contract to become one of their consultants, and he agreed to the position given to him. His responsibility would be ensuring the transparency of each project, and making sure that the projects will be finished in time with no further red tapes or delays. He will also become one of the supervisors of the country’s Program of Partnerships and Investments, which is also known as PPI. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.
Felipe Montoro Jens has been directed by the government of Brazil to monitor the awarding of several projects to private companies through auction. The government of Brazil would like to see who among the private sectors is willing to do the highest-quality project for the most reasonable price. Back in2017, the auction has already taken place, and when it ended, the government of Brazil revealed that they would be pushing with 57 projects for 2018. Private companies are the ones who would be spending to build it, but they will be receiving rewards from the government of Brazil later on. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the total cost of all the PPI projects in Brazil is at $1.32 billion, and he is appealing to all the concerned parties to finish the project on time.
More than half of the projects slated for this year would commence the construction phase early in 2018. These projects include airports, seaports, and schools. The government of Brazil wanted to showcase a tourist-friendly image to the foreigners visiting the country, and they also wanted to educate the Brazilian youth which is why they are building more school buildings. Utilities will also be built, and according to Felipe Montoro Jens, the government of Brazil is already doing an observation phase to see where the water projects could be laid out, which has the potential to help a lot of local citizens especially those who are living in remote areas. Read more: https://exame.abril.com.br/negocios/dino/china-disponibiliza-aos-empreendimentos-brasileiros-fundo-de-us-3-bilhoes-reporta-felipe-montoro-jens/