Each project will have some variation of this contractual structure depending on its particular requirements: not all BOT projects require a guaranteed delivery of inputs, so a fuel/input supply contract may not be required. Cash flow can be made in part or in full by public tariffs and not by a purchaser. Build-Operate (BOT) or Build-Own-Operate (BOOT) transfer is a form of project management method, typically for large infrastructure projects, in which a private body receives a concession from the public sector (or, in rare cases, the private sector) to finance, design, build, own and operate a facility specified in the concession contract. This allows the project promoter to cover its investment, operation and maintenance costs in the project. In our case, both parts of the agreement are companies. And our “facility” is a fully operational and integrated team of IT experts working on a client company`s project. The STANDARD BOT contract can contain 12 parts: concessions, bot projects (build-operate transfer) and DBO (design-build-operate) projects are types of production-oriented public-private partnerships. BOT and BOD projects typically include major construction plans and work, as well as long-term operations for new construction (Greenfield) or major renovation and expansion projects (Brownfield). Below are definitions for each type of agreement, as well as important functions and examples of each agreement. This page also contains links to industry-specific checklists, toolkits, and PPP information.