According to ADB website, the TA will help align Government of Indonesia and Asian Development Bank (ADB) systems—social and environmental safeguards, procurement, and project preparation and start-up—to improve project performance. The TA is innovative in its approach to improve project performance through (i) promoting the use of CSS for the first time with an ADB developing member country, (ii) initiating the use of the new risk based approach to adopt country procurement systems, and (iii) improving alignment between ADB and government business processes for project preparation and start up.
The impact will be greater efficiency and effectiveness in preparing and implementing ADB-financed infrastructure projects in Indonesia. The outcome will be increased alignment of ADB and government systems and procedures to prepare and implement projects.
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$1.50 million
Counterpart US$0.1 million
Project Officer: Aman-Wooster, Syarifah
Southeast Asia Department
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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