You can support the important work of the NCSL Foundation as a member of a public-private partnership. Steering committees include legislators, key legislative staff, and private sector sponsors. You must be a Foundation sponsor in order to participate.

Partnership on Multi-Sector Public-Private Partnerships

The Foundation is undertaking an exciting new partnership project on multi-sector public-private partnerships (P3s). Through this one-year project, lawmakers will have a unique opportunity to work with industry leaders, researchers and national experts as they discuss emerging policy issues surrounding the expanding P3 industry and its potential role in helping strengthen public infrastructure assets in arenas as diverse as water, energy, higher education, transportation and others. By creating specialized educational resources and facilitating candid discussions between state policymakers, industry experts and private sector companies, this project will aid legislators in ensuring their state’s ability to improve public infrastructure while keeping the public’s interest intact. NCSL’s new multi-sector P3 partnership is an important step in informing those efforts.

For more information on the partnership visit the P3 website page.

Current partners include: American Institute of Architects, American Society of Civil EngineersCorvias Solutions, Design-Build Institute of America, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, International Union of Operating Engineers, Philips, Reason Foundation, Transurban and WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff. 

Partnership on Retirement Security

With many Americans facing retirement savings shortfalls, states are studying a variety of policy solutions, and some are creating retirement savings programs aimed at private sector workers. In a shifting federal landscape, state leaders are exploring strategies to enhance retirement savings, protect consumers and employers, and capitalize on existing market options. The NCSL Foundation is undertaking an important, year-long Retirement Security Public Private Partnership project to aid in their decision-making that will bring together state lawmakers, legislative staff, partners from the private sector and other key stakeholders.

For more information on the partnership, visit the Retirement Security webpage

Current partners include: AARP, American Council of Life Insurers, American Retirement Association, Insured Retirement Institute, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Securities and Financial Markets Association, TIAA, and Wells Fargo.

For more information about Foundation partnerships, contact Caroline Carlson.