Procurement Reform and Integrity System Enhancement (PRISE)

Brief Overview

In cooperation with the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas), Kemitraan supports the institutional strengthening of LKPP as well as facilitates several LPSE in various local governments. This support ranges from improving the capacity of human resources who will be assigned to carry out the e-procurement until ensuring that the regulation supporting its implementation is issued and to maintain the sustainability of the system. To address this, Kemitraan conducted a project named Procurement Reform and Integrity System Enhancement (PRISE) that also had the contribution in supporting the government of Indonesia to accelerate the corruption eradication.

The objectives of this project are consolidating and disseminating policies, rules, regulations and procedures in public procurements at the national and regional levels to relevant agencies; internalising and institutionalising values of integrity in national and regional agencies that are responsible to accountability procurement systems in routine practices; utilising functional national and regional e-procurement facilities used by all parties in the supply-demand chains in public procurements, capacitating professionals and network of collaborative suppliers at the national and regional levels that form mutually benefitting market of suppliers.

 

Main Achievements/Milestones

Kemitraan has successfully composed a draft procurement law and an academic draft elaborating the list of procurement issues based on the inputs and recommendations of the Gap Analysis and International Procurement Standards Review undertaken during 2011. Kemitraan has also implemented the establishment of a center of learning in Papua and West Papua Province for good governance and e-procurement in both provinces, conducted basic training in e-procurement and integrity systems in public procurement in Kaimana, facilitated the draft Mayorial regulation for the establishment of an e-procurement agency with in Keerom government (Lembaga Pengadaan Secara Elektronik / LPSE Keerom) and a One Stop Procurement Service (Unit Layanan Pengadaan/ULP), implemented a seminar to disseminate the mayorial regulation with the local government of Keerom, increased the awareness of DPD/DPRD on the transparency and budgeting in Papua. In addition, together with APINDO (Indonesian Business Association), Kemitraan has held National CEO Forum, in which Indonesian entrepreneurs committed to support the adoption of anti corruption and integrity system in public procurement regulation.

 

Project duration
Project name : Procurement Reform and Integrity System Enhancement (PRISE)
Source of funds : The Netherlands
: 1 December 2009 – 31 March 2013
Geographical focus : Aceh, Central Kalimantan, and Papua
Project partner(s) :

BAPPENAS (Agency of National Development Planning), LKPP (National Procurement Policy Body), and Local LPSE (Local E-Procurement Services Body)

Beneficiaries : National
Responsible KemitraanOfficer : Natalia Hera Setiyawati
Email : natalia.hera@kemitraan.or.id
Responsible Kemitraan Unit : Decentralization, Bureaucratic Reform, and Public Service Governance