In many Member States public and private organizations co-operate through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in order to address CIIP. There is no common definition of what constitutes a PPP. Diversity is valuable yet there also exists a need for interworking and a common understanding, especially when taking a European.
Some of the PPPs have developed effective processes and co-operative models. Sharing their experiences will
enable others to address the barriers and issues involved in initiating and sustaining partnerships and thus increase
the likelihood of success.
In light of this ENISA has conducted a study looking at Public Private Partnerships, in order to collate information
from the learning and experiences of existing PPPs.
This is the first report of this study, which sets out findings from the initial phase of a research project to study ‘Cooperative Models for Effective Public Private Partnerships’. This report summarizes the desktop research.