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    Title: CCoP to outsource DISCOs management
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    Description: The Cabinet Committee on Privatization (CCoP) is likely to pave way for outsourcing the management of power distribution companies (Discos) in its meeting scheduled for today at 12 noon. The CCoP will take up a two-point agenda. It will discuss appointing experts from the private sector in the management of distribution companies and will also discuss selling off the government's share in the Oil and Gas Development Company (OGDCL) and the Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL). The cabinet body on March 19 expressed anger over lack of progress on the privatisation programme and directed the Ministry of Privatisation to submit timelines for outsourcing the management of power distribution companies. The CCoP was furious over the privatisation ministry’s lack of progress on its two-month-old instructions that called for beginning the process of outsourcing the management of power companies to the private sector, according to finance ministry officials. Read: Delay in privatisation irks CCOP The Privatisation Division presented various proposals for the award of management contracts for a smooth running of distribution companies in compliance with the earlier directive of the CCOP meeting held on January 4, 2021. The CCoP underlined the need for speeding up the completion of prior actions pertaining to the award of management contracts for distribution companies and called for presenting a roadmap with firm proposals within a week after seeking requisite approval from the Privatisation Commission (PC) board. The CCoP had allowed the hiring of a transaction adviser as permissible under the rules. It had expected that the privatisation ministry would bring a clear roadmap for outsourcing the management of power companies, which was also a condition of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme. However, the ministry had told it that the Ministry of Energy was not cooperating with it.
    Published Date: 19-May-2021
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