Public procurements in Indonesia are the sources of corruption, collusion & nepotism by government and private actors/vendors who are involved in the procurement processes. Strategically addressing this problem can significantly improve the situation thus increasing the efficiency of state budget and create fair competition in business environment.
The purpose of the program is to raise the compliance of the public procurements in Indonesia to fulfill the internationally accepted anti-corruption & integrity frameworks, so that it will create a fair competion business environment in procurement sector. The above purpose is achieved through two intermediary programmatic objectives as follows: 1) to adapt & mainstream the principles & values of anti-corruption compliance & standards as guided by the UNCAC, the OECD ABC, Integrity Pacts & AC laws into the e-procurement regulatory frameworks & systems at the national & local levels; 2) to develop individual & collective capacities of agencies dealing with e-procurement in corruption preventions & prosecutions, integrity systems & oversight, for effective implementations of the procurement systems & reliable feedback-improvement mechanisms.
The project thus far has achieved: develop draft of Gap Analysis on international and national legal and regulatory frameworks on procurement, e-procurement, fair business and integrity system for the formulation of the proposed laws and regulations on procurement and e-procurement; website is created for dissemination and knowledge sharing; training and workshops are organized for improving the capacities of 50 e-procurement facilitators from 10 commercial associations on good corporate governance advocacy, e-procurement, corruption prevention and integrity system. In addition, technical assistance is provided to local governments in establishing or improving their e-procurement systems and public-private-civil society peer-to-peer learning is facilitated on corruption prevention, integrity system and fair competition. In-house training and workshops are organized for improving the capacities of 6 e-procurement watch organizations on good corporate governance advocacy, e-procurement, corruption prevention and integrity system and for improving the capacities of 1500 vendors registering in e-procurement, corruption prevention, integrity system, and fair business competition.
|Project name||:||Collaborative Leveraging of E-Procurement Accountability, Nexus, and Integrity for the Newfound Governance (CLEANING)|
|Source of funds||:||Siemens|
|Project duration||:||January 2011 – December 2013|
LKPP, APINDO, Master of Economics of Development Faculty of Economics and Business - University of Gadjah Mada (MEP UGM)
Universities, CSOs, LKPP (National Procurement Policy Body), and Local LPSE (Local E-Procurement Services Body), APINDO ( Association of Indonesian Entrepreneurs)
|Responsible Kemitraan Officer||:||Margareta Tri Wahyuningsih|
|Responsible Kemitraan Unit||:||Democratic & Justice Governance (DJG)|