"Projeto de Lei N/2008" refers to a bill proposed in the Brazilian Congress in 2008. The bill aimed to establish a legal framework for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Brazil, which are agreements between the government and private companies for the financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of public infrastructure projects. The bill proposed to streamline the process for awarding and implementing PPPs, increase the participation of private sector companies in public projects, and improve the transparency and accountability of PPP contracts. The bill also introduced new rules for the management of risks associated with PPP projects and established a legal framework for dispute resolution. Although the bill was not passed in its original form, it served as a basis for subsequent legislation that has since been enacted to promote PPPs in Brazil.