In terms of infrastructure development, most countries face problems in effective management of turnkey projects. International contract models from the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC), NEC, JCT and ICE and others are used to oversee projects. The revised expenditure on these contracts is published on the basis of changes in global trends in the CPR sector. BOTH FIDIC and NEC have published new editions after a period of 10 to 15 years. To access the full document, visit the link below. In addition, interested parties may do so until or before September 9, 2019. Comments can be sent to RK Bhatheja, Economics Manager (PPPAU), in the attached format, preferably in electronic form: firstname.lastname@example.org www.niti.gov.in/documents/model-agreements Niti Aayog had already submitted, in March 2018, a draft model of infrastructure agreements before the last model agreement. This project was based on the ePC document on the construction sector, developed by the planning commission, which was then evaluated by a High Performance Working Group (HPWG) set up by the Council for the Development of the Construction Industry (CIDC). The content of the current standard agreement for the six-part CIVIL Engineering EPC is summarized: Niti Aayog has just published on its website the model of the engineering, procurement and construction agreement (EPC) of civil engineering. It is a detailed document listing the aspects needed to fully manage CPR or turnkey projects.