According to the bank document, the Transaction Technical Assistance cluster (TRTA) will have the following overall outcome: effective identification, preparation, implementation, and financing of infrastructure projects.
Output 1: Infrastructure projects identified and prepared. This output will support the preparation of sovereign and non-sovereign infrastructure projects across the energy, transport, urban services, and water resources sectors
Output 2: Enhanced project implementation support. This output will directly support the efficient and effective implementation of ADB financed projects. Strengthening procurement, quality of implementation supervision, monitoring of social and environmental safeguards will all be areas of support.
Output 3: Knowledge support for infrastructure planning and financing and effective program management. This output will be delivered through a single KSTA subproject with three components. The first component will involve knowledge and policy advisory support around innovative infrastructure financing approaches. The second component will involve knowledge and policy advisory support around infrastructure planning. And the final component will support SIAP2 program management as well as advisory activities of long-term sectoral and safeguard experts.
BAPPENAS (Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning) will be the executing agency while relevant infrastructure-related ministries, agencies, and SOEs (State-owned Enterprises) will serve as implementing agencies.
A Steering Committee will provide strategic and tactical guidance on programming and critical project-related activities of SIAP2. A Strategic Directions Meeting will be held on an annual basis, to review TRTA cluster progress and accomplishments from the previous year, discuss the broad set of deliverables under each output for the year ahead and allocate annual funding limits to each subproject. A total of 900 person-months of international consultants and 2,100 person-months of national consultants are estimated to be engaged under various subprojects using a mix of recruitment approaches involving both individual consultants and firms
TA 0040-INO: Sustainable Infrastructure Assistance Program Phase II (SIAP2)
Government of Australia US$ 30.00 million
National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)
Jl. Taman Suropati No. 2
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