Dates: August 27–31, 2018
Location: Washington, DC
With the evolution of regulation from state control to the fully-independent model that is the internationallyrecognized best practice, great decision making authority has been delegated to the commissioners of these institutions. With that additional authority comes enhanced responsibilities and fiduciary duties with respect to critical sectors of state and national economies and the well-being of its stakeholders. Over an intensive five-day period, the Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, A Tetra Tech Company (IP3), offers a high-level review of key issues facing today’s regulators. Presentations will be supplemented by case studies that demonstrate best practices as well as regulatory shortcomings and lessons learned from regulatory authorities of various sectors from countries around the world.
Participants will be responsible for attending all presentations and site visits, actively participating in discussions, case studies and group exercises, and completing a strategic action plan to directly facilitate changes within their organization, department, and team.
- By successfully completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the challenges facing independent regulators and how regulators around the world have striven to meet them
- Illustrate the key elements of good regulation by which stakeholders will judge the success of regulatory authorities
- Build and maintain a well-staffed regulatory institution
- Develop sound and constructive relationships with regulated service providers to improve their quality of service delivery
- Determine the role of the regulator in auditing regulated service providers and in using the results of those audits to establish standards of performance for tariff evaluations
- Design a detailed, strategic action plan to apply learning outcomes on the job