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Chiedu Ndubisi is a Nigerian professional with a distinguished record of achievement in infrastructure management, financing, and reform with particular emphasis on Power, Oil and Gas, Transportation (Seaports, Roads, and Railways), Trade, Industry and Postal Communications. He was the Director and Technical Adviser for the Planning and Research
at the Nigerian Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission where he was responsible for the development of policy documents in support of the Federal Government's Transformation Agenda, alternative funding arrangements for major capital projects in Nigeria and the Technical Working Group Report on Critical Infrastructure in Nigeria. He provided alternate representation at the FGN Economic Management Team from 2010 to 2013. From 2018 to date, Chiedu Ndubisi has been involved in the development of Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the capacities of financial financial modeler, Transaction Adviser and/or PPP experts including: Establishment of Public Transport Services in the Federal Republic of Nigeria through the Public Private Partnership Arrangement; Concession of Nigerian Police Air Wing aircrafts and facilities; Redevelopment of the 38,500m2 Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Quarters Maitama District, Abuja; Provision of DMU Railbus Services through PPP model for Abuja-Kaduna & Lagos-Ibadan Rail Routes (48bn); Relocation of Ikeja Fuel Dump and Development & operation of Fuel Depot for the Lagos Police Command through PPP arrangement (5bn); PPP Redevelopment of the Lady Police Barracks at Obalende, Lagos (11.5bn); PPP Redevelopment of the Lady Police Barracks at Obalende, Lagos (11.5bn); PPP Redevelopment of the Ijeh Police Barracks at Obalende, Lagos (15bn); PPP Redevelopment of the Nigerian Police SARS Headquarters at Guzape, Abuja (12bn); the Falomo Burrough Project (Mixed-Use Redevelopment), Ikoyi, Lagos, through PPP (N25bn); Deployment of a Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management Platform in the Nigerian Telecommunications Industry through PPP; Baro Port Concession (N7.1mn), PPP Redevelopment of Police Senior Staff Quarters, Ikeja, Lagos (N6.42mn), Redevelopment of Falomo Police Barracks (N211bn), PPP Development of SARS Headquarters, Guzape, Abuja (N11.53bn); Establishment and Operations of Passport Application Centers (US$2.32mn); Rehabilitation, Upgrade, Operations & Maintenance of National Fire Data Repository Center Enterprise Unit (N79mn); Development of a cost-effective Satellite System for Rural Broadcasting Services in Nigeria through the PPP arrangement. Passport (N12.90bn; Bonny Deep Sea Port Project - $1.65 billion; and Port Harcourt Railway Industrial Zone Project - $715 billion. He is also providing PPP regulatory guidance for the ongoing NNPC Rehabilitation of Refineries project as an alternate in the Steering Committee and PPP regulatory Team Lead for the Rehabilitation of NNPC Pipelines Network and Storage Facilities Under Build, Operate, and Transfer (BOT) Model.
As a World Bank Adviser at the Bureau of Public Enterprises, Abuja (Jan 2005 to Sept 2009), Chiedu Ndubisi was project manager for Postal Communications, Power Reforms, and Urban Infrastructure. In this position, he was responsible for developing the Postal Sector Policy, establishing the legal and regulatory framework (Postal Reform Bill), and laying the ground for the liberalization of the Nigerian Postal Sector. He has also been a consultant with the DFID-Funded Partnership to Engage, Reform and Learn (PERL), and Accountability, Responsiveness and Capability (ARC) programmes.
Dr Ndubisi earned a Ph.D in Public Policy Administration from the Walden University, a certificate in Strategic Negotiation from the Harvard Business School, an MBA in Management from Enugu State University of Technology and a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Jos. He is also an alumnus of Harvard Business School, Darden Business School, Indian Institute of Management, and Lagos Business School
Chiedu Ndubisi is a member of many professional bodies including the American Society of Public Administrators.