The main objective of this project is to improve transparency of public procurement in Indonesia, through building a public-private-civil society organization alliance and meeting the internationally accepted anti-corruption standards.
The objectives are:
- To adapt and mainstream anti-corruption principles, values and standards as guided by the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and other international legal instruments at national and local levels
- To develop capacities in corruption preventions and prosecutions within agencies dealing with e-procurement
- To develop reliable feedback and improvement mechanisms through monitoring and evaluation
To achieve these objectives, several key activities will be undertaken: analyzing gaps between international legal instruments and national law, adapting international procurement standards into national law through drafting of new laws and standards, and assisting private sectors and small and medium vendors to comply with the adopted national legal frameworks. The project will also enhance the capacity of vendors, government’s E-Procurement Agencies; train their staff; educate e-procurement watch organizations; and assist local government in implementing anti corruption and integrity system for procurement.
Description of Integrity Partner
The Partnership for Governance Reform (‘the Partnership‘) is a multi-stakeholder organization working with government agencies and civil society organizations (CSOs) to advance reform at both national and local levels. The Partnership builds crucial links between all levels of government and civil society to sustainably promote good governance in Indonesia.
The Partnership has implemented 359 projects since 2000 with a total budget of approximately US$ 80 million.
This project is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.
Source: Project profile provided by the Integrity Partner as at date of funding agreement. For updates kindly refer to the latest Siemens Integrity Initiative Annual Report.