The project aims to support the Government of the Republic of Indonesia’s priorities for improving quality of spending, strengthening revenue administration and enhancing tax policy to further the country’s medium-term economic development and poverty reduction goals. The operation is the second in a programmatic series of now three single-tranche operations supporting critical policy and institutional reforms with three development objectives: a) improving composition of spending, budget execution rates and efficiency of spending; b) increasing tax administration efficiency and compliance and audit capability; and c) increasing revenue potential and economic efficiency of tax policy. A third single tranche operation is proposed, with the same development objectives. The third operation responds to a direct request from the government to support the acceleration of fiscal reform efforts in 2017.
*The project is being closed on June 30th, 2018*
Marilene B. Montemayor
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