If you run a small business, you may need to use the services of other companies, contractors or professionals. You can get an amount of benefits or an employment contract to indicate the services you want to get. Therefore, the scope is a fundamental decision to distinguish the boundaries and interfaces between the public and private sectors. It also sets out the general framework from which the technical and performance requirements will be set out as well as the context for deciding on the revenue regime (see section 6.6), which will serve as the basis for the financial and risk structure of PPPs. The identification phase provides a basic contract volume. It describes the elements that the public needs, which the private partner will provide. In some projects, it is difficult to define the scope of the contract. Some projects have different development and management affiliations, which are less than different scopes of a contract. This means that the obligations or services go to other parties. There are many aspects of economic law and it is sometimes difficult to define all areas. As a rule, commercial practice involves human research, since it concerns contracts, the sale of goods, taxes, insurance and leasing, but it is not limited to it. The scope of the contract defines all aspects of the document. For example, a hospital project may be designed as a simple infrastructure project (development and management of the physical facility) or include the provision of clinical services.
If no clinical services are transferred to the private partner, it should be decided whether, in addition to hard services (for example.B. flexible services (such as catering and cleaning) or flexible services to be included within the limits of the contract. In British Columbia, Canada, for example, the Abbotsford Hospital and Cancer Centre, one of the province`s first PPP projects, included a full range of flexible (but not clinical) services. However, all the health projects that have been developed by the province have defined a much narrower scope for their contracts. A common pitfall in hiring contractors and service providers is the potential misuse of your company`s information and products created as part of the contract for your company. To avoid this, add a clause stating that your company has the only rights of use, publication and trademark for works or products created by the service provider for your business. Prevent your service provider from abusing or disclosing confidential company information by including a confidentiality clause in your service agreement. . . .