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Indonesia Control of Corruption Project

Indonesia Control of Corruption Project

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The Indonesia Control of Corruption Project (ICCP) task order extension was a six-month contract designed to consolidate several of the successes of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Threshold Country Program (TCP) for Indonesia. It focused on activities and outcomes related to human resources and budget reform at the Supreme Court of Indonesia and provided a programmatic bridge for anticipated future assistance from USAID to support the Supreme Court’s judicial reform efforts.

Awarded to Chemonics on April 11, 2007, MCC ICCP closed on April 10, 2009. The extension project team continued to work closely with the leadership of the Supreme Court and several key divisions of its administration, including the human resources bureau, administrative affairs body, and supervisory body. The team maintained relations with the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) for activities related to the submission of wealth reports by court personnel. The team, including partners Internews Network, BlueLaw International, the Indonesian Society for Transparency, the Indonesian Institute for an Independent Judiciary, and software developer DataOn Corporation, continued their work to improve the integrity, competence, and productivity of court officials.
The Indonesia Control of Corruption Project (ICCP) task order extension was a six-month contract designed to consolidate several of the successes of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Threshold Country Program (TCP) for Indonesia. It focused on activities and outcomes related to human resources and budget reform at the Supreme Court of Indonesia and provided a programmatic bridge for anticipated future assistance from USAID to support the Supreme Court’s judicial reform efforts.

Awarded to Chemonics on April 11, 2007, MCC ICCP closed on April 10, 2009. The extension project team continued to work closely with the leadership of the Supreme Court and several key divisions of its administration, including the human resources bureau, administrative affairs body, and supervisory body. The team maintained relations with the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) for activities related to the submission of wealth reports by court personnel. The team, including partners Internews Network, BlueLaw International, the Indonesian Society for Transparency, the Indonesian Institute for an Independent Judiciary, and software developer DataOn Corporation, continued their work to improve the integrity, competence, and productivity of court officials.

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November 2009
This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for InternationalDevelopment. It was prepared by Chemonics International Inc.
INDONESIA CONTROLOF CORRUPTIONPROJECT
 
FINAL REPORT: TASK ORDER EXTENSIONAPRIL 11, 2009-OCTOBER 10, 2009
 
 
 
 
INDONESIA CONTROLOF CORRUPTIONPROJECT
 
FINAL REPORT: TASK ORDER EXTENSIONAPRIL 11, 2009-OCTOBER 10, 2009 
Contract No. DFD-I-00-05-00219-00, Task Order No. 4Building Recovery and Reform Through Democratic Governance IQCIndonesia Control of Corruption Project
Cover: Supreme Court of IndonesiaAll photos courtesy ICCP

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