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Title
Negotiation Support Portal
Lead Organization Name
Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Type
Sector
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Mining
Lead by
  • Donor
Goal/Objective

A Portal to support host countries in their planning, preparation for, negotiation, monitoring, and implementation of complex investment projects including in the extractive industries.

Value Chain Focus
  • Policy, Legal and Contractual Framework
    • - Sector policy
    • - Sector legislation
    • - Sector regulations
    • - Local Content
    • - The award of contracts and licenses
    • - Contract negotiations and dispute settlement
    • - Other:
  • Sector Organisation and Institutions
    • - Institutional structures and governmental bodies
    • - Transparency and accountability in sector organizations and institutions
  • Fiscal Design and Administration
    • - Transparency and accountability in fiscal design and administration
  • Revenue Management and Distribution
    • - Transparency and accountability in revenue management and/or distribution
  • Sustainable Development
    • - Human Rights
    • - Environmental impacts
    • - Social impacts
    • - Community development agreements
    • - Stakeholder engagement
    • - Monitoring and Reporting
    • - Transparency and accountability in sustainable development
    • - Local / National content
Have a mix of stakeholders such as public, private and civil society sectors contributed to the design of the initiative?
Yes
Geographical Focus
  • Global
In-country work
No
Who is it for?
host country national governments, host country local governments, international governments
How does the initiative try to reach its objective?

The Portal aims to address the information-sharing and coordination gap by improving the accessibility and visibility of useful tools & resources and technical support available to assist governments in the investment process. It includes a Roadmap of the investment process, a searchable database of the major Support Providers, a searchable list of useful online Tools & Resources, and a list of Trainings such as short courses and professional development courses.

While the primary audience for the Portal is government officials, policy makers and their advisors, the information contained in the Portal may also be useful for civil society and other stakeholders who want to learn more about the investment process, and how to monitor the implementation of investment projects.