According to the bank document, the impact of the TA will be improved quality of government capital expenditure through a faster and more efficient public procurement system. The outcome will be a strengthened public procurement regulatory and institutional framework, which will be delivered through the subproject outputs:
(i) better implementing regulations in public procurement;
(ii) government's and ADB's procurement systems more closely aligned; and
(iii) an improved ability to deliver public procurement capacity building across procuring agencies.
TA 9567-INO: Sustainable Infrastructure Assistance Program - Strengthening State Procurement Systems for Faster Infrastructure Delivery (Subproject 12)
The Government of Australia US$ 0.75 million
The Government of Australia through Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the National Public Procurement Agency (NPPA), the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), and the Ministry of Finance (MOF).
National Public Procurement Agency
Address: SMESCO Bld. 8th. Fl.
Jalan Jend. Gatot Subroto, Kav. 94
Jakarta 12780, Indonesia
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