Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 10, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Sep 29, 2016
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According to ADB documents, the TA aims to improve efficiency in public service procurement, provision, and financing. This TA will further examine the potential of private sector engagement in public service provision and will provide a detailed design of property taxation. The TA will be built on lessons from previous support, and will analyze the efficiency of the dibao system with particular attention paid to a means test, eligibility, a minimum guarantee level, fiscal sustainability, and an exit policy.
The impact will be improved efficiency in public service procurement, financing, and delivery. The outcome will be improved policy and institutional frameworks for efficient public service procurement, delivery, and financing.
Project Officer: Chang, Philip
East Asia Department, ADB
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