Pictured above is the United States Capitol, on a warm summer evening, shortly after the 2017 June solstice, where Provider Representatives enjoyed delicious warm drinks, while discussing the final list of nations that might be issued invitations.
Golden Phoenix Platform
The Golden Phoenix Platform is an invitation only, turnkey solution, exclusive to sovereign nations considered 'friendly' by the western banking system.
Beneficiaries will not incur any debt or expense from being involved in the Platform, other than their government's normal operating costs; Program costs are paid with Funds currently sitting in the Funder's Bank account, after the Beneficiary has passed Bank compliance.
Beneficiaries will only need to facilitate associated paperwork, and then manage any regulatory / licensing considerations that might delay or prevent production of Program economic development deliverables.
Economic development can be any thing the Beneficiary considers of significant benefit to it's population, that the Provider agrees to implement and Funder agrees to Fund. Primary Provider considerations include that all economic develop is ethical, economical, ecological, sustainable, robust, and a staple in the population's lifestyle. Provider suggests Beneficiaries could propose major engineering advancement and or maintenance projects, within a mix of various other projects.
Platform participation is by bipartite treaties between sovereign entities, specifically the Funder with the Provider, and the Provider with one or more Beneficiaries. As only one Beneficiary is required, additional Beneficiaries' participation is at the Funder's sole discretion.
Production of economic development activities within a Beneficiary's jurisdiction, is to be, or has been, defined and agreed to within the following documents:
Provider and Funder, both wish prospective Beneficiaries good luck in the application process. Both look forward to working with Beneficiaries, wishing to convert hopes and dreams, into reality.
This is a brief breakdown of the process detailed in the invitation package provided in the initial meeting between the Beneficiary Representatives and Provider Representatives.
Short List Flexibility:
Programs, and Projects within those Programs, are not chiseled in stone at the outset of a Mission.
Negotiations within the Working Group can add new Programs to a Mission, new Projects within a Program, adjust the scope of existing Programs and or Projects, or delete Programs and or Projects from a Short List.
At the beginning of a Mission, everyone involved are calibrating their understanding of how practical producing economic development will be between a Beneficiary and the Provider. Starting small makes sense, in order to keep operations well within the Provider's and Contractors' production capacities.
Thereby, the Mission is being set up for success. Success will be dependent upon the Beneficiary effecting necessary actions to eliminate Project production delays and obstacles. For example, this can include regulatory, licensing, permitting, etc preparations prior to the Provider and Contractors arriving onsite.
Upon initial success, more ambitious Programs and or Projects may be considered, if delays and obstacles, within the Beneficiary's control, were effectively mitigated, within a reasonable time.
n.b. Wording herein was recalibrated to Treaty terms as at 2017.12.01