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FACILITY REVIEW AND PLANNING DOCUMENT (FRPD)
Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010
Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010
INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVE
FACILITY REVIEW AND PLANNING DOCUMENT (FRPD)
5 Telecommunications 2.4 Air transport 2.4 Infrastructure policy and planning 2.5 Development of institutional relationships 3.3 Management Information System (MIS) Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Figure 1: Figure 2: Figure 3: Figure 4: Figure 5: Box 1: Box 2: Box 3: IndII structure and MC responsibilities Activity development.3 PSO policy 2.1.3 Transport 2.1 Staffing 4.1. REVIEW OF PROGRESS 3.1 GOI water supply incentives grant (Water Hibah) 2.2 Railways 2.1.3 E-mail blasts 4.5 Other water and sanitation programming 2.1 Sea transport 2.1 Introduction 3.3 Wastewater investment plans 2.3.4 Infrastructure Policy and Investment Program 2.5 Roads infrastructure 2.4 Quarterly journal 188.8.131.52 Office expansion 4.6 Collateral materials 4.1.3 Urban transport 2.Watsan Key elements of the forward work plan period . January 2009 – January 2010 Approved activity budgets by counterpart agency Approved activity budgets by theme Approved activity budgets by component Activity approved budgets and expenditure Cumulative Technical Team approvals Cumulative AusAID approvals Imprest account cumulative expenditure Imprest account monthly expenditure Project (cumulative) commitment and expenditure to September 2010 Key elements of the forward work plan period .4.4 Expenditure projections to September 2010 3.4.PAMSIMAS 184.108.40.206.2 Informational materials 4.4.2 Activity development and approvals 3.4.2 Sanitation Hibah 2.2 Monitoring and evaluation 4. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 220.127.116.11 Progress in achieving IndII’s objectives 4.2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY WORK PLAN DEVELOPMENT 2.3 Risk management/ Gender/ Environment 18.104.22.168 Activity expenditure 3.4 Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat .Transport Key elements of the forward work plan period – Policy & Investment 1 3 3 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 8 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 14 17 19 20 21 23 23 23 23 23 24 24 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 26 4 14 16 16 17 17 15 15 18 19 19 4 7 10 27 28 iv ANNEXE 1: IndII organisational chart ANNEXE 2: Estimated Expenditure 2009-2010(accrual basis) .4.1 Introduction 2.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.5 End-of-year event 4.3.6 Risk based methodology in internal audit function 3.1 Website 4.4 Administration and management 22.214.171.124 Additional plans for 2010 4.2 Other infrastructure financing 2.1.2 Water and Sanitation (Watsan) 126.96.36.199 Communications 4. 2.1 PPP institutional and transaction support 2.
i. July to June Government of Australia Government of the Republic of Indonesia Geographical Information System Indonesia Australia Specialised Training Project Infrastructure Enhancement Grant Immediate and Emerging Issues Infrastructure for Growth Initiative Indonesian Infrastructure Community Indonesia Infrastructure Financing Facility Indonesia Infrastructure Support Trust Fund (World Bank-managed IndII Trust Fund) Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative Imprest Account Infrastructure Project Management Infrastructure Reform Sector Development Project Indonesia Sanitation Sector Development Program Jakarta Automated Air Traffic Control System Japan Bank for International Cooperation Japan International Cooperation Agency Komite Kebijakan Percepatan Penyediaan Infrastructure v .Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 ACRONYMS ADB AIPCS AMPL ATM AUD AusAID BP3D Bappeda Bappenas BLUD BRT BUMN CMEA CPG DED DG DGCA DGH DGHS DGLT DGPT DGST DGWSD DPU EIA EINRIP FCPS FMO FY GOA GOI GIS IASTP IEG IEI IFGI IIC IIFF IISTF IndII IndII IA IPM IRSDP ISSDP JAATS JBIC JICA KKPPI Asian Development Bank Australia Indonesia Partnership Country Strategy Air Minum dan Penyehatan Lingkungan (Water supply and environmental sanitation) Working Group Air Traffic Management Australian Dollars (also $A) Australian Agency for International Development Badan Perencanaan Pengendalian Pembangunan Daerah Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah Badan Perencanaan dan Pembangunan Nasional (National Development Planning Agency) Badan layanan umum daerah Bus Rapid Transport Badan Usaha Milik Negara (State Owned Enterprise) Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs Commonwealth Procurement Guidelines Detailed Engineering Design Directorate General Directorate General of Civil Aviation Directorate General of Highways (Bina Marga) Directorate General for Human Settlements (Cipta Karya) Directorate General of Land Transport Directorate General of Post and Telecommunications Directorate General of Sea Transport Directorate General for Water Supply Development Departemen Pekerjaan Umum (Department of Public Works) Environmental Impact Assessment Eastern Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project Fraud and Corruption Prevention Strategy Financial Manual of Operations (Australian) Fiscal Year .e.
) Perusahaan Listrik Negara (State Electricity Authority) Peraturan Menteri Keuangan (Minister for Finance Regulations) Program Nasional Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (PNPM Mandiri) Public Private Partnership Public Service Obligation Pioneer Shipping Services P.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 M&E MDB MDG MOF MOT MPW MSOE MTDP MTEF NGO NTB NTT P&R PAMSIMAS PDAM PDD PELNI PERPAMSI PLN PMK PNPM PPP PSO PSOs PT-KAI RMP RSA RSU SC SPS STT TA ToR QAE USAID WASAP WASPOLA Watsan WB WSI WSLIC WSP WWTP Monitoring and Evaluation Multilateral Development Bank Millennium Development Goal(s) Ministry of Finance Ministry of Transport Ministry of Public Works Ministry of State Owned Enterprises Medium Term Development Plan Medium Term Expenditure Framework Non-Government Organisation Nusa Tenggara Barat Nusa Tenggara Timur Policy and Regulatory Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (District Water Supply Company) Project Design Document Palayaran Nasional Indonesia (National Shipping Line) Persatuan Perusahaan Air Minum di Seluruh Indonesia (Ind. Kereta Api Indonesia (Indonesia National Railway) Railways Master Plan Road Safety Audit Road Safety Unit Social Contract Strategic Partnership Support Sanitation Technical Team Technical Assistance Terms of Reference Quality at entry United States Agency for International Development Water and Sanitation Sector Program (Trust Fund through EKN managed by WB) Water and Sanitation Policy Formulation and Action Planning Project Water and Sanitation World Bank Water and Sanitation Initiative Water and Sanitation for Low Income Communities Water and Sanitation Program (through World Bank) Wastewater Treatment Plant vi .T. Assn of Drinking Water Co.
increased the number of activities completed from 4 to 12. “email blasts” to stakeholders. West Papua. The strongest and highly productive relationship exists with the DG Cipta Karya. and it is expected that the range of activity support in this agency will continue to grow under the management of IndII’s lead advisor. the Facility has: expanded the number of new activities commenced from 26 to 45. and the development of a policy advisory unit at the Ministry of Transport (MOT). a bus rapid transit (BRT) activity for local government. the transport program has developed rapidly and now includes major port and rail master planning activities.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 1. particularly over the coming six months. The Managing Contractor seeks the Board’s endorsement of the proposed forward strategy and work plan. unless strategic decisions about the future of the Facility are made by GOA and GOI. During the same period an advisory office has been established within Bina Marga. support for the development of the air navigation blueprint. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Facility Review and Planning Document (FRPD) reviews the period from August 2009 to January 2010 and presents a forward work plan for the period February to July 2010. Newly established relationships are also in place with the provincial governments of Papua. where a range of new activities have either commenced or are in the final stages of design. The new structure includes two sector-specific components (Watsan and Transport) and a third component covering a broad range of cross-cutting themes and other sector activities (Infrastructure Policy & Investment). The strength of existing institutional relationships has continued to develop throughout 2009 and new relationships have been initiated at both the national and provincial levels. The Facility has gathered significant momentum and is now well positioned to consolidate the hard work of the past year and is starting to achieve strongly against the program’s stated objectives. Over the coming months this constraint will increasingly influence the ability of the IndII facility to enter into long-term activity commitments that extend beyond this date. Other PPPs in the water may also be considered in 2010. IndII is now approaching a significant constraint imposed by the 30 June 2011 end date of the current phase of IndII. increased the value of Technical Team approved activities from $A11. IndII is now well positioned to achieve its broader objectives as envisaged by GOI and GOA. This is particularly the case for the implementation of the Infrastructure Enhancement Grants (IEG) program. This has led to an increase in the number of technical and program management staff in IndII and to a restructuring of the IndII facility. In summary. During the period under review. a major new program that builds upon and consolidates IndII’s focus on the Watsan sector. IndII has made significant progress in the development of new activities with several new sector agencies and has seen the number of activities commenced and completed and the rate of financial commitment and expenditure increase significantly. The most significant change relates to the development of the Water and Sanitation Initiative (WSI). However.26 million to $A18. Whilst there still remain considerable challenges ahead. NTT/NTB and West Sulawesi.2 million. During the period under review. and the highly successful launch of IndII’s quarterly journal Prakasa. The program is now tangibly meeting the high priority needs of GOI partner agencies and there is 1 . IndII has begun to publish its successes and to share activity information through a range of communications materials including an enhanced IndII website. and diversified the range of partner agencies with which IndII is working. Significant new public private partnership (PPP) work has also begun with the development of bankable business cases to support the Umbulan Spring project and the proposed JatiluhurJakarta water pipeline project. where a range of major Watsan activities are underway. the production of Activity Updates and Activity Descriptions.
with the signing of various grant agreements (NPPH). the support that IndII can provide. traction and integration of IndII’s various assistance programs at the Ministry. and as a catalyst for the establishment of strong productive partnerships. Development of a general policy framework (plus draft regulations) for the delivery of PSOs through contracts with private enterprises. short-listing and selection of IEG-funded local wastewater and solid waste projects. IndII is increasingly being seen as playing a major role with GOI through its rapid response capability. 2 . Finalise review and develop SOPs (standard operating procedures) and other policy recommendations for the MoF’s Hibah program for infrastructure. Identification. Selection of the focus cities and the consultant(s) followed by the initial stages of implementation for the city master plans. and demand for. Completion of the national rail and port master plans.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 emerging a growing awareness of. Procurement of consultants and initiation of work on the national blueprint for air navigation. evaluation of the EOI proposals. the high calibre of technical assistance being provided. Establishment of a policy advisory unit at the office of the Vice-Minister of Transport to assist in higher-level coordination. Deepening and broadening of the engagement with DGH with a range of new activities under the MTEF and performance based budgeting framework. What is next for IndII? Highlights of the next period’s work plan can be summarised as follows: Watsan Implementation commencement of the Water Hibah and Sanitation Hibah. Short-listing and selection of candidate cities for IEG and technical assistance for their BRT systems. as well as the implementation of the baseline and socioeconomic surveys. Transport Policy & Investment Advancement of the Umbulan Springs PP project. short-listing of potential bidders as well as development and distribution of the RFT and draft contract.
The table below provides a simple summary of these important changes to the IndII facility. 3 . The IndII managing contractor (MC) manages the funds sourced from IFGI ($A40 million) but only approximately $A7-8 million of a total $A60. a transport activity for example. as well as a third component covering a broad range of cross-cutting themes as well as other sectoral activities (known as Policy and Investment). P&R (Policy and Regulation) and IEGs (Infrastructure Enhancement Grants). the IndII managing contractor is responsible for activity identification and preparation. Horizontally it is also possible to categorise IndII activities according to the original component titles IPM (Infrastructure Program Management). (c) IndII’s continuing direct engagement with PT KAI. IndII’s staff has been expanded to assist with the implementation of the WSI and will also be organised according to these three vertical components. (b) the continued development of systems and procedures. provided the opportunity for the facility’s structure and components to be redefined. These WSI funds are to be allocated to a portfolio of Watsan-related activities and investments. Also. procurement. Due to the synergies with the IndII facility’s existing support to the Watsan sector. and the previous work plan period has been a time of considerable change for the IndII facility. In the last work plan period. WORK PLAN DEVELOPMENT Recommendations for IndII Board IndII recommends that the Board endorse this work plan for the period February to July 2010. there have been some important developments. a Government of Indonesia (GOI) initiative which will provide grants to sub-national governments as a stimulus for local investment in the development of PDAM water supply services (see below). Specifically. could be regarded as IPM. For the IFGI-funded activities. That being said. It shows that there are now two sources of funds for IndII-implemented activities: the original Infrastructure for Growth Initiative (IFGI) funds and WSI funds. It builds upon and extends previous FRPDs and work plans. In this way.or a combination of the three. The most significant change relates to the design and development of the Government of Australia’s $A60.1 Introduction This chapter of the FRPD reviews recent program development and articulates forward strategy for the IndII facility over the period February 2010 to July 2010. also discussed below. include a similar Hibah facility for wastewater. IndII seeks the Board’s endorsement of: (a) the proposed forward strategy and work plan. as the facility’s fundamental approach to program design and development remains unchanged. P&R and IEG . As noted in the previous FRPD.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 2. it was agreed that IndII would assist AusAID in the implementation of this WSI program. The work plan and review elements of this FRPD (Chapter 3) are presented according to these sectoral components. and the intent to manage this funding as part of a broader IndII Watsan program. the expansion of IndII to include WSI funding. as discussed in greater detail in Chapter 4. including the Water Hibah program. These categories cut across the sectoral components in a horizontal manner.5 million of the WSI funds. known as PAMSIMAS. IndII was re-configured into two sector specific components (Watsan and Transport). and expanding support for an existing rural water and sanitation program. technical support for the city sanitation investment plans. implementation management as well as monitoring and evaluation. 2. Other key elements.5 million Water and Sanitation Initiative (WSI).
and verification support for AusAID Activity Identification and preparation. a bus rapid transit (BRT) assistance program for local government. The proposed work plan is designed to respond to these directions as well as to reflect the Government of Indonesia’s policy reform and institutional development priorities . with the signing of various grant agreements (NPPH). M&E . government) city master plans. For the Water and Sanitation Hibah. the Nusa Tenggara water governance activity.2 Box 1: Water and Sanitation (Watsan) Key elements of the forward work plan period . 4 . Despite these important changes. the design of the solid waste facility in South Sulawesi. The PAMSIMAS component will involve minimal input from IndII. the city sanitation master planning. IndII seeks a sensible balance between demand responsiveness and strategic focus. Since then. procurement. the Sanitation Hibah.as defined in various laws. far greater engagement with local governments.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 For the WSI-funded activities. the IndII MC responsibilities vary with each of the components. Pamsimas. and the preparation of investment plans for wastewater development in five cities. except for the funds required for associated technical assistance. 2. amongst others The water and sanitation sector represents a significant portion of the overall IndII program of collaboration with the GOI. the wastewater IEGs. management and M&E** Watsan Support to AusAID with TF amendment. Continuing efforts are also being made to arrive at an appropriate mix of national and sub-national activities (as directed also by the Board). The centrepiece of the program will be the Water and Sanitation Initiative (WSI) delivered through the Water Hibah. IndII’s work plan continues to be shaped by the directions and guidance provided by the Advisory Board. Selection of the focus cities and consultant(s) followed by the initial stages of implementation for the (local Identification. IndII will be involved in the full range of activities including activity identification and preparation. and between assisting strong and weak agencies. regulations and policy statements. through a range of programming including the Water and Sanitation Hibah. For the sewerage master plans. short-listing and selection of IEG-funded local government wastewater and solid waste projects. & implementation coordination Implementation. assistance with the development of the air navigation blueprint. and the development of a policy advisory unit at the office of the Vice-Minister at the Ministry of Transport (MOT). as well as the implementation of the baseline and socio-economic surveys. limited mainly to assisting AusAID with implementation coordination. M&E and verification support for AusAID. the IndII MC will assist with implementation.Watsan Implementation commencement of the Water Hibah and Sanitation Hibah. In addition to the WSI. transport programming has expanded to include major port and rail master planning efforts. M&E. procurement.and will manage the activity funds Table 1: IndII structure and MC responsibilities Component / theme IndII – IFGI funded Infrastructure Project Management Policy & Regulation Infrastructure Enhancement Grants WSI – WSI funded PAMSIMAS Urban Water and Sanitation – Hibah Sewerage Master Plans (five cities) ** Funds managed by IndII MC Watsan Sector Transport Policy & Investment Activity Identification and preparation. procurement. IndII’s previous FRPD indicated that its transport programming was limited to only a few road-related activities at the MPW. management and M&E** Another notable change has been the rapid development of the transport program. but will not manage the Hibah funds. In general.
to be verified by independent survey. i. The grant will be paid after each participating LG and PDAM has built the extension to the water system and has installed new water connections.2. baseline surveys. This component will provide master plans and investment programs for sewerage in the selected five cities.1 GOI water supply incentives grant (Water Hibah) The Water Hibah is an initiative to encourage local governments (LGs) to invest in the water systems owned and operated by local government water companies (PDAMs). commencing implementation of the Water Hibah program. and debt restructuring . and engaging consultants to carry out independent verification surveys. It is part of a broader GOI program for reform and restructuring of the water sector. The grant is paid after service extensions are verified by the same independent verification consultant as the Water Hibah. In the coming work plan period. 2. as well as through a number of smaller initiatives to promote water supply and sanitation outcomes. using funding principles established under the Ministry of Finance on-granting regulations. Currently only 11 cities in Indonesia have limited functioning sewer systems. which will require commitments from the city governments to implement the investment programs. sanitation and municipal solid waste programs through the IndII Infrastructure Enhancement Grants. engaging consultants to carry out baseline and socio-economic surveys of the designated water system expansion areas for each LG. including a requirement to invest funds into the PDAM. Approximately 20 local governments have been accepted to participate in the Water Hibah program.e. credit finance to PDAMs. The proposed WSI component will channel $A20 million using the PMK168/169 grants channelling mechanism to approximately 20 LGs that self-select and satisfy key eligibility requirements. The Water Hibah will require “on-granting” agreements between the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the participating LGs. This component should result in approximately 60. 2. signing “on-granting” agreements with participating LGs. In the coming work plan period.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 IndII is considering providing support to selected local governments for development of water. A total of $A5 million is allocated for the WSI Sanitation Hibah.2. the primary focus will follow that of the Water Hibah. requiring the relevant LG to invest in the wastewater company to achieve the service extension. implementation. The format for these “on-granting” agreements has been prepared by IndII as part of the assistance to GOI. 5 . The Water Hibah program was approved by the AusAID Peer Review process on 23 November 2009. covering tariff setting. The Sanitation Hibah provides a lower level of grant for localised communal sewer schemes that will connect to the main sewer at some future date. A significant part of the component is the selection process for the cities.in addition to the Hibah incentive program. The mechanism for the implementation of the Sanitation Hibah is essentially the same as that of the Water Hibah.000 new service connections. which is expected to yield approximately 10.2 Sanitation Hibah The WSI is applying the output-based grant mechanism of the Water Hibah to a pioneering (pilot) program to expand sewerage connections in the existing sewer systems belonging to the local (city) governments of Banjarmasin and Surakarta. the primary focus will be on: ensuring the selected LGs sign up to the “on-granting” agreements.000 new house connections. required for payment of the grant. 2.3 Wastewater investment plans This component of the Water and Sanitation Initiative supports the preparation of master plans and investment proposals for sewerage systems in five cities. and subsequent verification.2.
but is included in this section of the FRPD report due to its strong links to other Watsan programming. 2.2. An additional $A2. the primary focus will be on completing the city selection process.4 Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat .Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 Over the past work plan period. candidate wastewater and solid waste projects will be shortlisted.2. and amending the LG budget provisions for FY 2010 to use grant funds for the selected districts. Note that this program is part of the Policy and Investment program. 2. IndII expects two ongranting agreements to be signed by March 2010 and then a further two by May. (b) An ongoing program of assistance for 20 higher-performing PDAMs Higher-performing PDAMs are considered to be those that are able to satisfy certain technical and financial criteria to improve their access to commercial borrowing. the primary focus will be on confirmation of the districts and villages to participate in the WSI-funded PAMSIMAS component. The criteria for final selection of projects for IEGs include the readiness of the local government to invest in the project. In the next work plan period.5 Other water and sanitation programming Complementing the WSI will be a range of other water and sanitation initiatives funded through IndII. pricing and corporate governance. Cirebon. WSI will provide up to $A20 million support to WSLIC for the provision of water and sanitation facilities to approximately 500 villages. The projects that IndII has identified at this stage include the development of a solid waste disposal site in Kupang. and evidence of positive social benefits to poor households. It is expected that this program will link directly with the WSI Hibah program by identifying / providing candidate PDAMs/LGs that are able to meet the Hibah program requirements. the availability of budget funds in FY 2010 for the proposed project. IndII is in the process of assisting selected local governments with proposals for the development of sanitation and solid waste projects that will qualify for IndII IEG funding. IndII has canvassed a number of local governments and initial indications point to a high level of interest by local government. The application of the IEG in this way is an effective stimulus and reward mechanism for initiating local government investment in infrastructure. amending the WB Trust Fund to accommodate the WSI funds. and Jakarta. and the extension of sewerage connections in Denpasar. The grants are contingent upon the local governments achieving outputs which are contained in the on-granting agreement. the third stage of this assistance is the PAMSIMAS project. In the coming work plan period.PAMSIMAS AusAID has supported rural water and sanitation development through the Water and Sanitation for Low Income Communities (WSLIC) initiative. using the GOI grant mechanism. Activities will focus on business plan development. Funds for PAMSIMAS will be channelled to the project through a World Bank (WB) Trust Fund. with implementation to take place in the second half of the year. prioritised and then selected for IEG assistance.5 million will be provided to support technical assistance to the executing agency and for implementation management. Bandung. In the coming work plan period. these include: (a) Implementation of Infrastructure Enhancement Grants (IEG) using outputs based and GOI grants mechanisms The development by GOI of a flexible grant mechanism under PMK 168/169 has created opportunities for channelling aid directly to local governments using GOI funding mechanisms and procedures. consultant selection and procurement as well as the initiation of the master plan development process. IndII consultants have been scoping / designing and socialising the program (including preparation of tender documents) as well as prioritising and short-listing candidate LGs. reporting. 6 .
Consultants for this assignment have been selected and mobilised on 26 January 2010. The proposed treatment process involves aerated lagoons. Procurement of consultants and initiation of work on the national blueprint for air navigation. under the coordination of the provincial government. Funding for the construction of the WWTP is expected to be obtained from the ADB. (d) Detailed engineering design (DED) for the Mamminasata Solid Waste Plant: IndII has engaged consultants to prepare the detailed design of the regional solid waste disposal site in South Sulawesi serving the local governments of Makassar. The selected six-hectare site is located within three kilometres of the main business and tourist area of Makassar on undeveloped land near the coastal area. In general. and the community to achieve sustainable improvements to water services. and the second involves detailed field work and analysis to determine the environmental impacts and mitigation measures and monitoring requirements. 7 . (e) Losari Beach environmental impact assessment: The Losari Beach Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) will treat 10. pumping stations and pumped transmission pipes.000 households) by the year 2028. Gowa. in turn.Transport Completion of the national rail and port master plans. traction and integration of IndII’s various assistance programs at the Ministry. This stage will include public meetings and field studies on the coastal waters. Maros. a full environmental impact assessment (EIA) is required before the project can be approved and proceed. performance-based budgeting framework.000m3 of sewage (from the equivalent of 20. The roads program has two strategic elements: (a) to improve the effectiveness of the existing quantum of resources for roads management at DGH. and Takalar. Establishment of a policy advisory unit at the office of the Vice-Minister of Transport to assist in higher-level coordination. The EIA is to be carried out in two stages: the first being an initial assessment to determine the important environmental issues. as well as the Kabupaten and Provincial road/bridge maintenance activity IndII’s Transport program covers both road and non-road activities. 2. Finalisation of this design will. increasing the engagement with local government through the BRT technical assistance and (hopefully) IEGs. through key programs such as the implementation of medium-term expenditure frameworks (MTEF) and performance based budgeting. The design will include preparation of tender documents which will conform to JICA procurement rules and guidelines. The project is designed as a pilot for better governance of the water sector by applying social contract (SC) principles between the local government. The first stage has been completed by the IndII consultant while the second stage will be undertaken in 2010. Deepening and broadening of the engagement with DGH with a range of new activities under the MTEF and Short-listing and selection of candidate cities for IEG and technical assistance for their BRT systems. enable the GOI to implement the project through a JICA loan scheduled to be effective in June 2010.3 Box 2: Transport Key elements of the forward work plan period . and (b) to reduce the national road toll through better road safety institutional arrangements and capacity. About four PDAMs/LGs will be selected to participate in the project which will mobilise consultants in February 2010 and will be implemented in two stages: the first stage being the selection of LG/PDAMs and signing of the Social Contracts. and will be part of a larger project which includes the construction of sewers. In accordance with Indonesian environmental legislation.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 (b) Nusa Tenggara water supply governance project This is a project to assist LGs and PDAMs at the lower end of the performance / capability scale. as well as community consultations. the PDAM.
A study tour was conducted to major ports in Singapore and Australia in September 2009. 2. to develop the necessary regulatory and institutional frameworks to implement key reforms contained in recent sector legislation (e.3. It is expected that the RMP activity will lead to potential follow-on activities including associated legal and regulatory reform work. The NPMP is expected to be an important entry point for a range of follow-on programming opportunities in the sub-sector. road transport law). port authority development. an important document that sets out the regulatory and institutional structure for sector and network development over the next 20 years. In addition to working on port reform and development issues. The main focus of this phase will be to ensure that the NPMP is completed in draft form by June 2010. Other possible activities include: engineering design assistance with the development of the South Sumatra and Jakarta-Bandung lines.or medium-term period. covering sea. To that end. IndII’s primary strategy is to assist GOI (in particular the MOT).3 Urban transport A scoping study was undertaken in the last work plan period. institutional development (e. Such activities will focus on the medium.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 On the non-roads side. Phase lll would extend aspects of Phases l and ll to additional BRT 8 . track management agency). These papers will be collated and synthesised within the final NPMP policy and planning documents. The third and most important phase of the NPMP will be developed during this period. institutional and human resource development. IndII may begin support to MSOE/PT KAI with an initiative to study locomotive leasing arrangements. a document that will form the regulatory and institutional foundation for port sector and network development over the next 25 years.3. Guidance is required from the Board as to whether IndII can continue to engage directly with PT KAI. which led to the development of an activity on bus rapid transit (BRT) in selected cities.3. 2. and assistance with accounting and IT systems. those relating to individual port master plans. the shipping law. the NPMP activity includes drafting a ministerial decree for implementing the Plan. railway law. The assistance to the development of the Railways Master Plan (RMP). as part of a broader business-planning and corporate restructuring initiative. began in October with the first workshops being held in December 2009. during which the main focus will be on finalising a series of working papers.g. 2. civil aviation law. and private sector investment in ports and terminals. provincial sea transport master plans. a possible rail regulator.2 Railways The Directorate General (Rail) within the MOT has continued working with IndII on a range of policy and project-related issues within the context of the ongoing railway revitalisation initiative. which will then be collated and synthesised within the RMP. or whether this engagement must be channelled through MSOE. inter alia. These could include. To promote better outcomes in a short. A series of technical workshops were held during November and December 2009 in Jakarta and important working papers issued. As an initial activity. Phase II will provide implementation (infrastructure) assistance to qualifying LGs through infrastructure enhancement grants. Current work on PT KAI’s public service obligation strategies may be expanded to consider other financing issues.g. The main outputs of the national Railway Master Plan will be produced in the coming period. rail and air. IndII will continue to work closely with the state-owned PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI). to be implemented during 2010. Three phases of IndII support are envisaged: Phase 1 will concentrate on strengthening the skills and capabilities for BRT planning in these city governments. IndII has focused some of its recent sea transport work on PSOs (pioneer shipping services).to long-term development of the Indonesian railway system.1 Sea transport IndII has been working closely with the Directorate General of Sea Transport (DGST) at the Ministry of Transport to develop the National Ports Master Plan (NPMP). infrastructure management and human resource development.
a single activity was designed to develop a national blueprint for air navigation services. The second activity involves support to develop the Strategic Plan (RENSTRA). clean air initiatives. Investments in capacity expansion to improve trans-regional travel on identified high priority corridors have also been flagged. Phase 1 involves a review of road maintenance needs.3. The main output will be an ATM master plan. It is likely that within the coming period several other possible interventions will be scoped. INDII will start to expand its road sub-sector reach through involving other road transport agencies. 9 . The initial phase of planned interventions within the air transport sub-sector will focus on providing guidance on air navigation system improvements to support a uniform transition to the air traffic management (ATM) system of the future. The first activity involves planning and programming in DGH. such scoping could take place in any of the following areas: road pricing. The third activity involves the improvement of provincial / kabupaten road and bridge management plans. and a national airport master plan. open skies policy development. Other activities currently under consideration for development include assistance with the Jakarta Automated Air Traffic Control System (JAATS) procurement. This two-phase activity will commence in March 2010. various local governments and the Road Research Centre of the Ministry of Public Works. This will require institutional changes in the implementation organisation within DGH in particular. as well as potential national level policy assistance 2. institutional strengthening.4 Air transport In late 2009. with the exception of road safety. are all part of this strategic focus. In addition an Initial Activity Request (IAR) will be prepared for the scoping of an asset-level project programming tool. and in the development and delivery of the expressway network. The Government of Indonesia (GOI) is implementing important planning and budgeting reforms which unify the previously separate ‘development’ and ‘recurrent’ budgets in a unified budget. This activity is expected to provide an important entry point to a range of follow-on programming opportunities in the sub-sector. intended to improve the connectivity between planning and the achievement of outputs and outcomes. A six-month program of support to DGCA will start in February 2010. The foundation for the first three major activities is a comprehensive roads planning and programming report entitled: Application of Medium-Term Expenditure Framework & Performance-Based Budgeting in Directorate General of Highways. funding and management practices in representative sub-national road agencies. such as the Directorate General of Land Transport (DGLT).Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 cities on a case by case basis. municipal transport master plans. Clearly.3. measures are needed to improve road planning through adopting a more systematic and longer term approach. amongst others 2. Road maintenance policy. DGH is implementing performance-based budgeting. Phase 2 will propose best practice for maintenance procedures in selected provinces and kabupatens. This seminal report provides the strategic direction and focus for all present IndII activities within the roads sub-sector. which will be the first of several expected activities with DGCA. which was published in draft form in December 2009 and which is now being circulated for comment. Although the complete list of topics is not yet defined and wider consultations will be required. IndII will continue to deliver assistance in four key areas. Future work on the MTEF will include the identification and agreement on performance indicators and the launch of an extensive training program to be delivered by GOI trainers. It is expected that the recommendations of this substantive MTEF Report will provide the focus and drivers for many of the follow-on areas of IndII support in the road sub-sector. also guided by the comprehensive roads planning and programming report.5 Roads infrastructure During the work plan period. Capacity building in MTEF. and the development of methods and tools. and now will implement performance-based budgeting (PBB) with a medium-term expenditure framework (MTEF) for the 2010 budget and 2010-2014 medium-term plan.
with dedicated office space being provided in the Environmental Sub-directorate of Technical Affairs. the PSO program case study in Papua. PPPs. Initial focus for such transaction support has been on developing a bankable business case for delivery of the Umbulan Spring project. a discrete activity aimed at reducing the number of road traffic accidents in Indonesia and involving the dissemination of cutting-edge methods and practices in this field. It will have a strong focus on policy and regulatory issues and will include infrastructure investment facilitation initiatives. taken from international best practice. but not limited to: IndII’s internal assessment of which sectors have the best chances for PPP success in coming years. easy-to-use guides on road safety (including modern field guides) will be issued. Bina Marga then confirmed their strong support for the third component: establishment of the RSU. particularly that from Bappenas. infrastructure financing. Under this component IndII provides continued support for successful initiatives commenced under earlier AusAID programming (e. a strategic decision was taken in the last work plan period to focus such support on the bulk water sector. The previous work period saw the successful completion of the first two components: a scoping study for the establishment of the Road Safety Unit (RSU) and Road Safety Audit (RSA) training and workshops. shortlisting of potential bidders. Work commenced on this component in December 2009.g. review and development of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other policy recommendations Development of a general policy framework (plus draft regulations) for the delivery of public service obligations (PSOs) through contracts with private enterprises. Staff have been identified for the RSU. the strong GOI interest in bulk water projects. Finalisation. and the infrastructure planning assistance for the Papua Bappeda.4. whilst monitoring opportunities to provide support in other sectors and thematic areas (possible support for village level energy initiatives) 2. and the strong linkages and synergies with other IndII Watsan-related programming. and was found to be acceptable to the debt / equity 10 . In the last FRPD period. and with improving the quality of their PPP projects. IndII assisted Bappenas to develop a success fee mechanism and implementation guidelines for PPP projects. There are three components to the activity. This third IndII structural component covers a variety of important cross-sectoral themes such as public service obligations. telecommunications). At the same time. through ‘hands-on’ workshops and site visits. In the coming six months the activity will focus on building capacity within Bina Marga and within national consultant teams. for the MoF’s Hibah program for infrastructure. International best practices in road safety audit will be disseminated throughout Indonesia.g. Also during the previous period. This was driven by a number of factors including. In the last work plan period a business case was developed by IndII consultants working closely with GOI counterparts. 2. in particular the 20 PDAM programs. the proposed Umbulan Spring project structure has been road tested with 14 financial institutions. etc as well as other initiatives (e.1 PPP institutional and transaction support IndII assists contracting agencies to strengthen their capacities to prepare and tender public private partnerships (PPP) projects. In terms of providing assistance with transaction support. radio spectrum management). as discussed below. The final activity is road safety. as required under the World Bank’s IDPL3 trigger. Increased engagement with local government through the Umbulan Springs PPP support.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 plans and operational documents will be developed according to MTEF concepts developed within the MTEF & Performance-Based Budgeting report. and development and distribution of the RFT and draft contract. using a PPP modality.4 Box 3: Infrastructure Policy and Investment Program Key elements of the forward work plan period – Policy & Investment Advancement of the Umbulan Springs public private partnership (PPP) project evaluation of EOI proposals. the 20 PDAM program.
IndII undertook a scoping study to identify stakeholders and the work that needs to be undertaken to determine whether the construction and operation of this Pipeline and Water Treatment Plant can be delivered under a PPP modality. During the last work plan period. and possibly Jatiluhur. very positive outcomes are being achieved and the activity should be concluded by end-May 2010. IndII will propose that clear measures of progress / success are first achieved with Umbulan. 2. other water sector PPPs such as a pipeline linking Kabupaten Kuningan to Kota Cirebon and Kabupaten Cirebon will be explored. If approved by stakeholders. using lessons learned from Umbulan Spring.4. private and donor sectors. six have been completed to the satisfaction of DGHS. and to develop a detailed Activity Proposal and draft Terms of Reference for Stage 2. Total funding requirement if this activity proceeds through to financial closure will be $A3. However before any resources are devoted to these. These include: Ongoing support for the Indonesia Infrastructure Financing Facility (IIFF) which has facilitated the execution of the Shareholder’s Agreement and provides consulting assistance to develop IIFF risk management and HR policies. In parallel. where beneficiary PDAMs (and their local government owners) need to demonstrate adequate cash-flows based on commercial tariffs. This activity now has direct linkages to the WSI program where eight reformed PDAMs will be better placed to qualify for and implement the water Hibah. It is expected that total funding requirement if this activity proceeds through to financial closure will be $A3-3. IndII is also developing a bankable PPP business case for the Jatiluhur-Jakarta pipeline and water treatment plant project for Jakarta. This work is also scheduled for completion during the current work-plan period. a semi-autonomous agency for the delivery of key services. IndII has also undertaken some initial design and scoping work on a possible program to assist local governments implement and finance infrastructure services through the BLUD (Badan layanan umum daerah). IndII is currently reviewing and providing recommendations to the Ministry of Finance on the current system of inter-governmental grants (in particular the Hibah Grants mechanism) as a means of improving government financing of infrastructure in the regions. In the coming work plan period. the Government of East Java and the relevant local governments. Also in the next work plan period. it will proceed to tender development. IndII will proceed to develop tender documents and a draft contract. IndII continues to pursue a diverse range of other activities to promote infrastructure financing from the public.4. Nevertheless.5-4 million. Work on PT KAI’s PSO was completed in September and will be extended to other transport operators (such as PELNI inter-island shipping) during the current work plan period.3 IndII is exploring opportunities for assisting with the further refinement of a public service obligation (PSO) policy. the balance will be completed during the current work plan period. Ongoing support to the financial and governance reform of 20 PDAMs to facilitate commercial borrowings for investment in new household connections and ancillary infrastructure. Seven PDAMS from the 20 PDAM program are directly involved with these two projects (three with Jatiluhur and five with Umbulan).Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 markets in principle. Eighty-five per cent of this work has now been completed. 11 . There are also strong linkages with the Umbulan Spring and Jatiluhur-Jakarta pipeline projects. if approved. and willingness to accept and introduce new and improved finance and governance practices varies across PDAMs. Eleven PDAMs have received IndII support to date and are in various stages of undertaking financial and good governance reforms. Of the 11.2 Other infrastructure financing In addition to promoting PPPs.5 million. PSO policy 2. the business case will be considered by the GOI. The ability of.
Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 IndII is also considering the delivery of PSOs through contracts with private enterprises. Ongoing advisory support and on the job training is also being provided by the activities of two long-term advisers on the ground. amongst other infrastructure planning-related activities. 12 . and to develop advanced multiple object electronic auction systems to support its forward program of spectrum auctions. and energy advisor and a telecommunications adviser. and developing recommendations for. and consultancies by a transport economist. and reporting on. 2. and existing PSO legislation and regulations reviewed and re-drafted where necessary. the development of a public consultation policy white paper. an infrastructure planning review has been completed. IndII is providing assistance to Bappenas and KKPPI to develop a general policy framework for subsidising the provision of non-commercial infrastructure services by private operators. During the last work plan period IndII supported the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs (CMEA) to assess the implementation of key infrastructure policy reforms initiated since 2004 by: reviewing achievements to date. as this offers an important avenue for accelerating infrastructure provision. This activity. DGPT has indicated its interest in further technical assistance to enhance financial budgeting and planning. IndII will provide specialist technical assistance to the provincial governments through their respective BAPPEDAs with spatial planning. That activity commenced with the placement of two infrastructure advisors at Bappenas from May/June 2009 and will continue until June 2011. Improving infrastructure planning at the regional level is another important cross-sectoral theme for IndII. and a variety of models can be seen in the infrastructure sectors.4. to develop an IT strategic plan. Substantial corporate reforms are scheduled for 2011. roads advisory services. there is as yet no overarching regulatory framework for such initiatives equivalent to that for BUMN PSOs. To address this need.4 Infrastructure policy and planning It was agreed previously that the IndII facility would provide support to Bappenas with the preparation of the infrastructure section of the draft national medium-term development plan (RPJM) and with its subsequent refinement following the installation of a new Government in October. Coastal shipping in Papua and West Papua represents an important initial case study. a review of INPRES 5/2007. an overhaul of licensing administration. identifying constraints. Since activity inception in November 2009 support had been provided to develop personal improvement action plans for Bappeda staff. future infrastructure policy development and reform. However. now underway.36 (1999). 2. to support an overhaul of Telecommunications Law No. A transport specialist visited in December 2009 and IndII’s PSO specialist has also started discussions for a PSO in coastal shipping following a visit in January 2010. to assist the development of a corporate strategic plan.4. a draft Bappeda capacity development strategy has been prepared and assistance with the preparation and introduction of E-procurement has been provided. IndII is providing infrastructure planning support to the Bappeda offices in Papua and West Papua. Other IndII supported activities will also seek to involve the two provinces in their activity implementation plans where possible. During the forthcoming work-plan period.5 Telecommunications Technical assistance has focused on the reform of bandwidth-based pricing for cellular mobile services assistance. will be completed by May 2010 and focuses on selected sectors to review existing initiatives and develop good practice guidelines for the design and management of output / performance-based PSO contracts. This work will continue during the current work plan period. and the introduction of E-Government initiatives for new licensing of radio communications. This activity is now complete and a final summary report delivered to CMEA. improvements in monitoring and evaluation. In addition to the above an economic model is being developed. and the PSO team has already visited the IndII based in Papua (as described below) during the last work plan period.
13 . infrastructure development and activity safeguards.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 2. Significant progress has been made to date and three pilot projects have been successfully completed.4. Further pilot projects have been identified for the next period along with increased capacity building activities.6 Risk based methodology in internal audit function IndII is undertaking this activity to contribute to the long-term development needs of Indonesia by supporting the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) in its planned enhancement to value-added services in terms of budget impact.
1 Introduction This chapter of the FRPD outlines and briefly discusses achievements over the August 2009 to January 2010 work plan period.178.345. to approximately $A18. At the end of the last period.021.646 $10.103 $11.535.154.263 $13.186. Another noteworthy development during this period was that IndII is now seeing more activities being completed.620. only two activities had been completed.178.223.501 Number of activities Number of activities commenced completed 3 4 6 8 13 18 26 26 30 32 35 39 40 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 7 9 9 12 12 14 . as well as systems and procedures.253 $12.633 $15.150 $2.474.791.629 $6. Table 2: Activity development. particularly in the transport sector.030.565 $12. implementation and completion of activities.665 $12. 3.565 $12.340. total Technical Team (TT) approvals increased from $A11.345.378 $10. by late December 2009 this had increased to 12.629 $6.260.429 $8.380 $3.097.665 $10. REVIEW OF PROGRESS Recommendations for IndII Board IndII recommends that the Board note: (d) activity programming options might be constrained by the current 30 June 2011 Facility end date.106. The previous chapter included sections on the forward work plan for individual activities.773. will be discussed in the next chapter titled “Management Systems”.501 $18.160.371 TT Approval ($) $4.446.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 3.422.553 $14.180 $5. As can be seen in the shaded sections of Table 2 below.991. January 2009 – January 2010 Month Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 AusAID approval ($) $974. Continuing the momentum established in the period before.553 $14.920. as well as brief update on the development and nurturing of key institutional relationships.2 Activity development and approvals Design and development of activities has been the primary focus of the IndII management team during the most recent work plan period (August 2009 – January 2010). whilst this chapter looks at overall progress of the IndII facility.150 $1.751 $18.072. 3. Also during this time the number of activities actually commenced increased from 26 to 40 (although by early January 2010 the total number of approved activities had reached 45). This will include a discussion on the progress on the overall design.2 million by late December 2009. Achievements relating to management (including finance and administration). IndII has developed new activities in both established and new areas.553 $13.936.26 million at the end of the last work plan period.629 $6.088 $6.
hence data for January was still very preliminary. Note that this version of the FRPD was drafted in mid-January.000 $6.0 00.000 $10.0 00. for example.000 $14. so patterns of TT approvals are often quite uneven and inconsistent.0 00.0 00.0 00.0 00.000 $16.000 $14. whilst only the first stage of the activity budget is approved by AusAID.000 $Nov-08 Dec-08 Ja n-0 9 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-0 9 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-0 9 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Figure 2: Cumulative AusAID approvals Note from Figures 1 and 2 above that there is some divergence between AusAID and TT approvals.000 $2.000 $10.000 $12.000 $8.0 00. Note. more complex activities). Only upon successful completion of the first stage is the full activity budget approved. IndII’s agreed procedures concerning Technical Team approvals often require a meeting of the Technical Team (for the approval of larger. hence aligning AusAID approval budget levels with those of the TT.0 00. TT approvals are based on either a one-page initial activity request (IAR) or a multi-page activity proposal (AP) document.0 00.0 00.000 $8.000 $18.0 00.0 00. the large jump in approvals in December 2009: this is because more than $A3 million in activities were approved at the TT meeting in late December (just prior to the break).000 $12.000 $2. This can be explained by two factors: In a number of cases a larger activity budget is approved by the TT.0 00. Such preliminary documents are not detailed implementation 15 .0 00.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 The continuing growth in activity development can also be seen from the two graphs below (Figures 1 and 2).000 $Nov-08 Dec-08 Ja n-0 9 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-0 9 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-0 9 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Figure 1: Cumulative Technical Team approvals Cumulative AusAID approvals $16.0 00.0 00.0 00.0 00.000 $4. Cumulative Technical Team approvals $20.000 $6.000 $4.
However the definition of activities according to these categories is somewhat arbitrary.276 Share (%) 47% 46% 0% 7% 100% Cross-cutting themes Infrastructure Program Management (IPM) Policy and Regulation (P&R) Infrastructure Enhancement Grants (IEGs) Other Total By component (see Table 5 below / over).799 $0 $1. The next strongest counterpart relationship is with Bappenas with (seven activities) and DG Highways (six activities).000 $504. this is not reflected in the table. Hence the figures below somewhat understate the importance and relevance of local government as a counterpart for IndII.827 $8.242 $500.074. as it is often difficult to determine whether an infrastructure activity has more of a policy / regulatory or program management focus.596.000 $98. while IndII activities involve multiple counterpart agencies. Noticeably.641 $160. and steps are now being taken to find a replacement funding institution.544. with a total budget value of almost $A5.225 $2. Table 3 below identifies TT-approved budgets by primary counterpart agency.533 $1.600 $906. of activities 15 28 0 2 45 Approved budget (AUD) $8.276 Share (%) 11% 1% 3% 14% 30% 3% 3% 5% 15% 5% 1% 2% 7% 0% 100% Counterpart agency Bappenas Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs DG Civil Aviation (MOT) DG Highways (MPW) DG Human Settlements (MPW) DG Post and Telcomms (DGPT) DG Rail (MOT) DG Sea Transport (MOT) Local Government (LGs) Ministry of Finance (MOF) Ministry of Transport (MOT) other Ministry of Public Works (MPW) other Other PT KAI (SOE) Total Table 4 below classifies the total TT-approved budgets by theme and component. Table 3: Approved activity budgets by counterpart agency No.650 $49. Table 4: Approved activity budgets by theme No. Infrastructure Enhancement Grants (IEGs) expenditure remains nil. IndII’s strongest institutional relationship is with DGHS at MPW. of activities 7 1 1 6 10 1 2 4 4 2 1 1 4 1 45 Approved budget $2.950 $359. transport and Watsan activities. and this is reflected in the table in terms of total activities and approved budgeted amounts.000 $2. as a participating bank has withdrawn from the program.500 $18.190. DGHS is the primary counterpart for 10 approved and implemented activities to date. Note also that. however IndII is now working with select local governments to develop proposals for IEG-funded projects in wastewater. and expects to begin expenditure on these items in the coming work plan period.487.275.275. As noted in the previous (August 2009) FRPD. there is (roughly) an even three-way split across approval amounts for policy and investment. This issue is particularly relevant in IndII’s interactions with local government. Policy and investment 16 .Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 plans / activity designs (ADs) as required for AusAID approvals.175 $970.5 million (or 30 percent of total TT approvals). solid waste and bus rapid transit systems. in many cases.760 $5. where a central government department is usually the requesting agency and implementing partner.650 $18. This is the case for activity 44 relating to the development of a community-based water supply. By theme.506. There is often a delay in finalising final design documents. the approvals are split evenly across Infrastructure Program Management (IPM) and Policy and Regulation (P&R).000 $590.296.714.
000 $8.230 $49.300. specific deliverables presented.000 $67. as the WSI program begins to be implemented.404.935 $87.260 $757.300 $80.775 $84.840.500.625 $8.486.486 $99.000 $1.125 $556. overall only 40 percent of approved budgets have been expended.000 $500. processed and paid – an administrative process which can take between one and two months.500 $87.104 $118.578 $24.500 $87.720 $500.257 $431. in particular the grants for the Water Hibah.625 $208.422 $139.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 remains the largest component.Infrastructure Provision Success Fee Mechanism for PPP Assessment of Infrastructure Policy Reform Papua/West Papua Infrastructure Planning National Ports Master Plan Total Approved budget Approved budget (AusAID) (TT) Cumulative spend % Spent $940.851 $272.411 $283.684 $1.335 $5.761 $104.650 $25.533 $408. however this will change over the coming work plan period.000 $757.300.300 $1.125 59% 98% 100% 100% 80% 65% 97% 87% 24% 89% 56% 16% 99% 37% 15% 26% 98% 85% 40% 100% 60% 18% 100% 17 . slightly more than $A6 million had been expended by January 2010.005 $200.300 $1. As can be seen there is further scope in these budgets.175 $300. As will be noted.161.000 $67.600 $160.500 $99.175 $300.500 $100.000 $393.000 $104. Overall.605 $400.757.3 Activity expenditure The table below shows the budgets and expenditures for the 45 TT-approved activities identified above in Tables 3.300 $80.500 $92. 4 and 5. Table 5: Approved activity budgets by component No.700 $393.926 $95.387 $500.000 $99. Table 6: No.639 $66.694 $384.000 $359.533 $408.222 $78.276 Share (%) 36% 26% 32% 7% 100% Component Policy & Investment Transport Watsan Other Total 3. However this includes only those invoices that have been submitted. etc .882 $47. South Sulawesi MTEF Road Sector GIS Definition Study Urban Water Supply in NTT PSO Policy Reform .650 $25.as opposed to invoices paid) this 40 percent figure would be substantially higher.650 $18. consultation occurred.387 $140.541 $1. the most recent data available at the time of drafting this document.000 $1.000 $8.000 $104.500. of activities 16 16 11 2 45 Approved budget (AUD) $6. The far right column of Table 6 shows the percentage of the approved budget (AusAID) that has been expended.819 $1.472 $4.275.125 $940.000 $670.000 $669.139 $92.541 $1. as noted above.190.000 $99. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Activity approved budgets and expenditure Activity code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Activity title Senior MoF / AusAID Infrastructure Adviser Success Fee Mechanism Workshop UNESCAP Ministerial Conference Water and Sanitation Initiative Stage 1 Radio Spectrum Management Indonesia Infrastructure Financing Facility (IIFF) Proposals for an Improved Railway PSO Scheme Strengthening & streamlining procurement in DGH MTDP support for Bappenas and IndII Financial Reform 20 PDAMs Internal Audit Action Plan Losari Beach EIA WSI PTA Road Safety Audit DED for Mamminasata.600 $160.694 $384.000 $49. this represents approximately 40 percent of AusAID-approved activity budgets.592 $67.098 $359.404. If expenditure were to be calculated on an accrual basis (when work is performed.
842 $166.590 $300.800 $950.603 $62.973 $123. Water Services Wastewater Masterplan in Four Cities MOF Regional Grants for Infrastructure WSI .000 $647.980 $92. Master Plan Jatiluhur-Jakarta Pipeline.382 $6.000 $215.500 $464. In the past four months of 2009 there was rapid growth in actual expenditure.021.300 $36.014.063 $75.000 $165.000 $3.000 $4.000.700 per month during the September 2009 – January 2010 work plan period.000 $2.000 $99.000 $0 Nov -08 Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 18 . Figure 3: Imprest account cumulative expenditure Imprest account cumulative expenditure $7.000. showing imprest account cumulative and monthly expenditure on activities. This can be seen from the figures below/over.014.290 $500.371 $1.000 $5.000 $504.000 $99.950 $586.150 $15.Socialisation & Public Awareness National Rail Master Plan Study Assistance to DG Highways Activity Preparation and Design Fund Umbulan Springwater PPP National Rail Master Plan Stage 2 Water Hibah and Wastewater Design National Ports Master Plan Stage 2b National Ports Master Plan Stage 2a Transport Systems PPP Training Padang Earthquake Relief Assistance Lead Roads Advisor DGH Bus Rapid Transport Devt in selected cities Provincial & Kabupaten Road Maint.000 $995.000.131 $253.200 $165.000 $1.756 $92.468 $345.500 $464.000 $92.000 $6. expects to increase its monthly spend beyond the $A1.000 $157.415 $116.300 $29.000 $504.000 $550. with an average monthly activity spend of approximately $A835.000 $101.000.460 $250.000 $70.5 million mark. For IndII to reach its activity expenditure goal of $A15-20 million by mid-2010.000 $98.000 $98. through the ever-increasing momentum of new activity development and implementation.539 $54.800 $155.460 $250.5-2 million per month is required over the next work plan period. As shown in the expenditure forecasts in the following section IndII.510 $6.500 $491.590 $299.300 monthly expenditure over the previous work plan period (February – August 2009).941 $29.100 $55.200. monthly expenditure in the range of $A1.757 $1. Plant Assessment of Air Traffic Mgt Strategic Policy MOT Lead Adviser National Port Master Plan (Stage 3) Improving Urban Water Supply in NTB and NTT TOTAL CUMULATIVE TOTAL $0 $101.234 $116.000 $70. a substantial increase from the average $A142.000.590 0% 20% 10% 0% 63% 98% 47% 53% 52% 36% 96% 100% 82% 3% 1% 4% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 40% 40% IndII is clearly making progress in increasing the momentum of its activity implementation.000.000 $210.000 $18.563 $1.276 $19.000.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 44 71 128 151 152 153 154 156 157 164 165 166 172 173 174 175 176 178 180 181 182 183 Community Based Org.950 $586.000 $647.973 $121.300 $36. Water Treat.000 $75.590 $6.100 $55.500 $491.275.
It is probable that several new proposals will emerge in the Policy and Investment component seeking commitments of up to $A8 million over the remaining life of IndII. The purpose of these projections is to illustrate the existing scope for rapid expansion in the level of IndII commitments and expenditure over the coming nine months to September 2010.000 $200.000 $1. and to be prepared and submitted for technical team approval.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 Figure 4: Imprest account monthly expenditure Imprest account monthly expenditure $1. plus estimated expenditure to September 2010.000 $600.000 $800.400. The latter are very conservative estimates and actual commitments are expected to be significantly higher than shown below. Figure 5: Project (cumulative) commitment and expenditure to September 2010 19 . The projected commitments are based on existing technical team commitments to December 2009 and anticipated commitments by the Technical Team to September 2010. The expenditure projection is based on actual expenditure to December 2009. identified in this work plan.000.200.000 $400. The estimated expenditure is based on existing contractual commitments plus estimated expenditure for approximately 30 new or proposed activities.4 Expenditure projections to September 2010 The expenditure projections shown below in Figure 5 are projections only.000 $0 Nov-08 Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 3.000 $1. The projections shown below relate only to the $A40 million IndII Imprest Account and do not take into account expenditures that will result from the WSI Imprest Account.
the projected commitments beyond September 2010 would rise to approximately $A35 million. management and oversight of existing IndII roads activities at DGH (such as the MTEF and Roads Safety program) and. as well as identifying and designing new IndII-funded activities to assist MOT leadership with a range of significant transport policy issues. in identifying and designing new programming opportunities. with Bappenas. This may constrain the types of activity proposals that the MC may be able to submit to the technical team within the near future. IndII has also been working closely with the Directorate General Land Transport (DGLT) in the design and implementation of another new activity to assist selected local governments.that such is the strength of these existing and emerging institutional relationships that IndII will be exploring opportunities to place full time lead advisors in select GOI agencies in the coming work plan period. including the 20 PDAM program (an initiative of the DGCK to professionalise and corporatise a selfselecting group of water utilities). a new program to improve the governance of water utilities (PDAMs) in eastern Indonesia. 3. Directorate General Posts and Telecommunications (DGPT). IndII has also recently designed.. The advisers’ responsibilities will be to continue to broaden and deepen the relationship with DGH. through the implementation of a number of important IndII activities. city sanitation master planning and Solo / Banjarmasin sewerage extension programs. and the on-going development of proposals for IndII financing of wastewater and solid waste projects through IEGs. perhaps more importantly.600. In the previous FRPD it was noted “.” In December 2009. and had approved. as well as the development of new programming relationships with other counterpart agencies. Various technical 20 . is that approximately $A10 million will be committed for IEGs in total. leaving a further $A5 million to be committed after September. To build upon and strengthen these MOT-related activities. there is an expectation for this office to be set up in the coming work plan period.5 Development of institutional relationships The rapid growth in new activity design and development has been accompanied by a strengthening of existing institutional relationships. IndII continues to enjoy a strong relationship with the Department of Communication and Information. This relationship has developed. as a stand-alone activity. The implications of this would be that: (a) IndII may reach a position by September 2010 where new financial commitments will not be possible without additional activity funding being provided. Should this be approved by the technical team. and (b) Longer-term activity proposals requiring commitment beyond June 2011 will not be possible without specific approval from AusAID. IndII is discussing the possibility of developing a lead advisory office at DGHS. IndII will establish an advisory unit at MOT’s Vice Minister’s office in January 2010. to be responsible for assisting in coordinating and integrating existing programs. IndII’s strongest and most productive institutional relationship to date is that shared with DG Cipta Karya (DGCK) at the Ministry of Public Works (MPW). IndII established an office at DGH staffed by one international and one national roads adviser. development of business cases for major bulk water supply projects. In addition to continuing the important work on the railway and ports master planning. To strengthen and broaden this existing productive relationship.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 The projections above include estimates for expenditure of $A1. in part. yet to be discussed with the technical team. The managing contractor’s (MC) current assessment. the design and development of the WSI-funded Water Hibah. a new activity to assist the Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) with the development of a policy blueprint for air navigation. by assisting with the implementation..000 for the first three possible Infrastructure Enhancement Grants (IEGs). IndII has also expanded its relationship with the Ministry of Transport (MOT) during the work plan period.
This work plan period saw the establishment of an IndII program embedded with the Bappedas in Papua and West Papua to assist the provincial governments with infrastructure planning matters. and a program of assistance to LGs in NTB to improve the governance of their water utilities (PDAMs). and participation by.6 Progress in achieving IndII’s objectives The previous FRPD considered IndII performance to date against stated goals and objectives (as articulated in various project documents) as well as against directions provided by the Board. local government in such activities as the Water Hibah. However in the last work plan period the engagement with local government has expanded and important steps are now being taken to disburse funds for regional infrastructure through the IEGs. Local government agencies continue to be involved to varying degrees in a range of other IndII programming including the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for a wastewater treatment plant and the detailed engineering design (DED) for a solid waste processing plant in South Sulawesi. and demand for. the high calibre of technical assistance being provided and as a catalyst for the establishment of strong productive partnerships. development of an IT strategic plan. including those financed by loans from the MDBs. depth and quality of IndII’s engagement continues to develop and is achieving high regard from stakeholders within the sector. and there is emerging a growing awareness of.36 ((1999) and in developing advanced multiple-object electronic auction systems to support DGPT’s forward program of spectrum auctions. and assistance with the development of a corporate strategic plan.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 assistance activities to date have focussed on the reform of band-width based pricing for cellular mobile services assistance and have been facilitated by a full-time project manager embedded within DGPT. city sanitation master planning. The preparation and implementation of the WSI also necessitates considerable interaction with. such as technical assistance to enhance financial budgeting and planning. and (c) Enhance the economic and social impact of priority infrastructure projects. IndII is increasingly being seen as playing a major role with GOI through its rapid response capability. Other key activities proposed include support for a review of Telecommunications Law No. rail and urban transit. as well as possible follow-on activities in ports. The breadth. The previous section of this document demonstrates that important initiatives are being taken to reduce the deficit with regard to local government programming. Examples of the more innovative and pioneering work being supported by IndII in furtherance of these objectives include: 21 . The broad picture now emerging is that the IndII facility has gathered significant momentum and is now well positioned to consolidate the hard work of the past year and is starting to achieve strongly against the program’s stated objectives. as well as extensions to the sewerage system in Surakarta and Banjarmasin. (b) Build a more supportive and conducive policy environment for infrastructure investment. The objectives of the IndII Facility are to support the national and sub-national Governments of Indonesia to: (a) Implement efficient and effective project management for Government infrastructure projects. The conclusion was made that IndII has progressed in a manner that was largely consistent with these stated goals and objectives. this continues to be the case. IndII’s engagement with local government is expanding. Other new programs with local governments include assistance to four LGs to implement their bus rapid transit systems. The program is now tangibly meeting the high priority needs of GOI partner agencies. the support that IndII can provide. However it was also noted that two noticeable gaps in IndII’s programming to date relate to the engagement with local government and the development of a grants program. 3. In the coming work plan period the relationship will be broadened through the pursuit of activities to promote institutional and organisational change and development.
22 . The Water Hibah concept aims to support decentralised public sector investment in the water sector through outputs based incentive grants. The support being provided is critical to the development of sound bankable proposals that will attract solid private sector interest in financing these two important infrastructure developments Medium Term Expenditure Framework in the roads sector. This is pioneering work that will lead the way forward in this sector . IndII is supporting the DG Cipta Karya with the development and implementation of the Water Hibah. policy planning structures and performance management structures. The support aims to develop and demonstrate how improved program and activity alignments can lead to improved efficiencies and effectiveness in organisational structures.and in other sectors including transport. This is a pilot activity with wider application across the public sector. budget structures.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 Development of PPPs for the Umbulan Spring Water Supply project and the Jatiluhur-Jakarta water pipeline. once fully developed.
IndII is sending “e-mail blasts” to a distribution list of approximately 500 partners 23 . 4. The development of the database. The systems and plans described in more detail below enable the managing contractor to improve its management of the growing number of activities being implemented and to report and provide key information to members of the broader IndII management structure. updates and photos will be added to the website as they are produced.1. Some interesting statistics over the period 1 November 2009 to 14 January 2010 include: the IndII website attracted some 900 unique visitors.1. there were 1. gender. which follow a similar format but describe beneficial outcomes resulting from IndII’s efforts. and as of writing. Due to the expanded content and frequent uploading of new materials. IndII will continue to produce Activity Updates.1 Website The IndII website was redesigned to modernise its appearance and impact. 4. website and publications program provides significant substance to IndII’s communications objectives.an average of 5. almost 48 percent of these were new visits. roundtables. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS During the period under review there has been significant progress in the development of IndII’s management systems and plans. 1411 website visits came from Indonesia. consultants and technical staff. 4.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 4. expanded. who can download technical reports. the task of managing the website is growing much more time-consuming. Brief handouts describing IndII and its main areas of technical focus will also be developed from the wealth of material now available due to the website revisions and launch of the quarterly journal Prakarsa (see below). and similar materials to assist in confirming IndII’s roles and purpose. The content has been revised.2 Informational materials IndII began producing Activity Updates in September 2009. IndII is also preparing short Activity Descriptions (principally for use on the website) that summarise each new approved activity. 10.3 E-mail blasts To ensure that Activity Updates (and eventually success stories as well) reach their intended audience. as well as success stories.819 separate visits from 35 countries. These one-page documents describe specific IndII events or actions such as workshops. document and report templates. environment and risk management facilitate improved compliance with broader management and cross-cutting policy requirements. In 2010.1 Communications During the second half of 2009. 13 Activity Updates have been produced. 159 from Australia. In addition to informing interested parties about IndII objectives and activities. sample contracts. The development of management plans for M&E. approximately 24 have been completed so far. explaining how they fit into IndII’s overall objectives and featuring participant quotations and photos for added interest. Communications materials such as Activity Updates and the quarterly journal Prakarsa are now regularly uploaded. etc. This is an ongoing process. 4. In 2010. and to make it easier to read and navigate. increasing numbers of reports. IndII is therefore allocating more resources to ensuring updates and revisions are done quickly and correctly. site visits.1. and the average time spent on site was five minutes. a style guide. and updated. several existing communications activities were strengthened and new ones were launched. the site offers practical resources to IndII’s partners.105 pages were viewed .. and 78 from the US.56 pages per visit.
is responsible for activity-level and process 24 . Dr.4 Quarterly journal IndII launched its premiere edition of its bilingual quarterly journal Prakarsa in December. The event was intended as an opportunity to celebrate the accelerated pace of activity development that IndII has achieved. similar in appearance and purpose to those which newspapers and magazines typically email their subscribers. To date IndII has distributed two blasts. The full text can then be read on the IndII website. as well as to launch the premier edition Prakarsa.5 End-of-year event The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative held an end-of-the-year event at the Borobudur Hotel in Jakarta on 17 December 2009. The theme of the first issue was “Introducing IndII” and included articles on the policy focus which underpins much of IndII’s activities. These blasts. allow readers to browse through headlines and photos and click on links of interest in their preferred language. IndII will concentrate on several additional communications activities over the coming year. 4. Bill Farmer presented a copy of Prakarsa in Indonesian to Bapak Dedy. email blasts. Columns that will appear regularly such as “Infrastructure by the Numbers” and “Outcomes”. 4. presented a vision for IndII's future activities and IndII Director David Ray noted that IndII (then) had 41 activities underway. etc. each one highlighting six or seven Activity Updates. SMEC. IndII is developing templates and securing editorial resources with the goal of ensuring that all IndII-produced reports appropriate for general release are of a consistent high calibre in terms of both content and readability.6 Collateral materials IndII developed standardised design elements featuring photos that evoke IndII’s infrastructure focus and incorporating the AusAID logo. The managing contractor (MC). which are also used in all IndII materials such as the website. IndII was contacted by several readers who had seen the publication through colleagues and were requesting that they be added to the distribution list. 4. Prakarsa. Prakarsa is distributed to IndII counterparts in both print version and electronically.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 and stakeholders in the Indonesian government and other organisations. who in turn presented the English language version to the Ambassador.1. These reports will made available through the website and other means. Priatna. attended by almost one-hundred of IndII's partners in the Indonesian government. Monitoring and evaluation 4. with many more in the pipeline.1. such as: Disseminating technical reports and M&E reports. Dedy S. a look at issues confronting the provision of water and sanitation services. as needed. and an overview of how trained engineers can promote Indonesian road safety. and is available on the website (a printer-friendly version is also provided to make additional reproduction easier and more environmentally sensitive).7 Additional plans for 2010 In addition to continuing the activities described above. 2009. IndII will take part in a growing trend among like organisations and create an account on a photo-hosting site such as flickr. 4.2 As outlined in the previous FRPD. additional blasts will be issued every four to six weeks. Creating a photo-sharing account. Immediately following the distribution of the first issue. each stakeholder has a specific responsibility and interest in M&E.1. Australia’s Ambassador to Indonesia Mr. Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Affairs at Bappenas.1. In 2010. were also introduced. Folders were produced with these elements. The central purpose of such a site is to make it easy for participants in IndII events to browse through and download photos related to workshops or training sessions (such content can be managed more easily and inexpensively than on the main website). as well as Australian embassy officials.
the M&E consultant has conducted two initial case studies on Activity 10. In addition. largely driven by the inclusion of the WSI component and the large number of short-term consultants engaged by IndII. IndII has also taken a lease on a smaller office area on the sixth floor of the E-Trade Building. All team members share the same IT and telephone systems. 25 . This will accommodate the six-person Watsan team as well as the Senior Infrastructure Adviser and one staff. in addition to reporting against program result areas.and goal-level objectives. 4. they were not effectively utilising approved reporting formats and that there was a variation in the consistency of management systems and structures between the activities. These plans are now being used by IndII for the guidance and management of the program.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 reporting.4. 4. The second change is the creation of a Technical Director .4 Administration and management 4. has led to severe pressures on the available work space. These are now routinely being used and loaded onto the activity database.2 Office expansion The increasing program workload for IndII. Road Safety Audit. Since the approval of the IndII M&E Plan. The M&E Plan is available to all consultants on the IndII website. The IndII M&E consultant will visit at the same time and work with the IAT. The occupant of this position is David Shelley. Training in gender management was conducted in late-January for all IndII long-term program management staff and selected consultants. These findings have been noted by IndII and measures have been taken to ensure that these shortcomings are rectified across all ongoing and future activities. The two changes in international staff include the replacement of the former Technical Director .Watsan position now occupied by Jim Coucouvinis. IndII has renovated its existing office space to add another three work stations and additional storage facilities. An organisation chart is shown at Annexe 1. The Independent Assessment Team (IAT) is responsible for higher-level impact reporting at the facility and goal levels and to incorporate results from the Board and TT.3 Risk management/ Gender/ Environment Plans for Risk Management. Financial Reform of twenty PDAMs and Activity 14. To meet these changing needs.IPM position with a new Technical Director .Transport position. The number of approved staff positions now total 20. the MC has further developed reporting templates and incorporated these into activity TOR and contracts for the use of implementing consultants and staff.4. These increased staffing resources will greatly assist IndII to meet the full extent of its obligations under the Infrastructure for Growth Initiative and the Water and Sanitation Initiative. The above plans are available on the IndII website for the guidance of sub-consultants and contractual documentation. The Risk Management Plan (RMP) was approved in July 2009. Training in ECOMAP was conducted in mid-February. 4. and mobilisation briefings are used to ensure that all consultants are aware of the policy requirements and that they are being applied. comprising five international staff and 15 national staff. Both these activities were commenced prior to the approval of the IndII M&E plan and whilst the findings found that solid progress was being made and a number of key result areas had been achieved. Gender and Environment have all now been approved. plus a further increase in staff for the Water and Sanitation Initiative. the Gender Plan (GP) in October 2009 and the Environment Plan (ECOMAP) in November 2009. The management of the two floors has been incorporated within existing IndII arrangements and office and administrative services are shared. and to inform AusAID’s assessment of the overall impact of IndII and its possible continuation beyond June 2011. AusAID will be mobilising the Independent Assessment Team (IAT) in March 2010 with a view to assessing IndII progress against facility.1 Staffing AusAID has approved an increase in the numbers of staff for the existing IndII program.
management of deliverables. cost and budget monitoring. dashboard management displays and alerts and reminder facilities.3 Management Information System (MIS) IndII has commenced the development of a comprehensive management information system to assist with the complexities of day-to-day management comprising an ever-increasing number of separate activities. document management. 26 . Inter alia the new MIS will facilitate improved scheduling. The small meeting room has also has three “hot desks” installed to serve as overflow capacity in peak periods and to allow for small teams to work together when needed. IndII has also renovated the meeting rooms to allow for a larger meeting space for Board and Technical Team meetings. 4. The existing walls between the two meeting rooms have been removed and a sliding wall has been installed thus improving the functionality of the existing facilities.4. The new system will allow for integrated activity portfolio management and monitoring and evaluation.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 In addition to the expansion of the working areas. and will provide better strategic information. The MIS will be trialled during February and will be operational in March/April.
27 .Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 ANNEXE 1: IndII organisational chart as at February 2010 * Appointment is subject to completion of the Contract Variation.
463.95 560.720.00 200.130.00 $ $ $ $ 50.851.06 $ 166.300.00 $ $ 200.851.000.00 $ 50.000.004.00 $ 50.000.00 $ 450.00 $ 30.91 212.00 $ 70.00 100.588.000.925.00 $ $ 1.00 67.000.00 $ 35.00 $ 20.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Jul-10 40.000.000.77 47.00 $ 24.00 $ 100.14 $ 118.00 $ 55.000.000.000.000.04 $ 40.000.000.000.000.000.000.00 75.000.00 $ $ 210.00 $ 300.500.49 $ 6.000.000.00 $ 75.00 $ 40.000.300.161.00 $ 100.00 $ 200.77 47.460.000.30 $ 175.000.66 $ 139.00 $ $ $ 91.00 36.00 $ Feb-10 40.07 $ 87.00 50.756.12 1.00 $ $ $ 35.000.00 $ 40.326.624.77 $ 154.00 $ 29.00 $ 60.00 $ $ 250.00 $ 16.561.22 92.000.75 1.175.00 $ 586.427.000.00 $ 50.000.95 560.000.00 $ $ $ $ $ 40.00 $ Jun-10 FY Cumulative 756.00 $ $ 35.00 $ 15.000.000.00 $ 160.00 Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Transport $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Watsan Watsan Transport Watsan Transport Watsan $ $ $ $ $ $ 60.00 $ 100.000.57 $ 246.00 $ 300.088.000.000.000.00 121.66 $ $ 27.528.000.000.87 73.000.000.000.00 $ 101.00 $ 50.000.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ 30.925.00 669.624.00 500.000.000.000.000.00 299.00 $ $ $ 500.00 69.935.000.000.000.00 210.00 $ 40.00 $ $ $ $ $ 60.563.940.66 $ 24.000.000.07 87.000.00 $ $ 35.000.990.00 $ 50.63 $ $ 20.541.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 40.940.00 $ 50.000.000. South Sulawesi MTEF Road Sector GIS Definition Study Urban Water Supply in NTT PSO Policy Reform .091.000.000.000.000.95 $ $ 10.300.00 $ 100.000.112.000.00 350.76 $ 208.00 450.00 $ 40.125.92 $ 19.436.104.00 60.63 $ 200.000.00 $ 50.07 $ $ $ $ 250.750.00 $ 9.00 $ 300.00 $ 250.000.00 250.000.588.00 $ 40.00 $ 230.73 $ 86.000.387.00 300.76 1.004.00 160.000.00 $ $ 150.881.00 $ 250.000.00 $ 130.700.563.00 550.00 165.500.000.000.650.00 $ 40.275.640.00 500.760.100.00 $ 80.00 $ 50.138.300.00 $ 15.000.588.00 $ 100.000.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 100.300.00 $ $ 100.000.00 100.00 $ 2.375.486.00 40.290.300.00 $ 150.00 647.000.00 Forecast expenditure Apr-10 40.000.000.990.000.000.000.00 $ 85.381.000.000.000.00 $ 1.314.00 80.54 $ 41.000.916.00 $ 50.22 $ 322.07 87.96 $ 18.800.000.000.000.00 $ 550.000.000.00 80.07 $ 16.000.104.00 87.00 $ 100.00 $ 647.624.00 $ 545.000.00 $ 2.683.577.00 $ 300.00 $ 20.00 $ 70.000.66 $ 24.12 1.03 66.000.00 1.00 490.00 $ 35.00 $ $ 27.000.000.00 $ 62.96 $ 29.014.765.800.00 $ 52.000.07 $ 225.69 $ 431.551.00 $ 70.00 $ 100.00 $ $ $ 70.75 $ 586.063.00 $ 60.000.000.000.000.588.00 757.63 450.00 75.000.000.000.000.222.00 $ 20.000.00 $ 30.000.000.000.000.00 $ 30.00 $ 100.00 50.00 $ 16.125.00 $ 80.00 $ 30.00 69.00 $ 1.07 Counterpart Other Bappenas Bappenas DGHS DGPT MOF PT KAI DGH Bappenas DGHS MPW DGHS DGHS DGH DGHS DGH Bappenas LG Bappenas Bappenas CMEA LG DGST Bappenas DGHS MOF DGHS DGR DGH Other DGHS DGR DGHS DGST DGST Other Other DGH LG DGHS DGH DGCA MOT DGST LG CC Theme Other P&R P&R IPM P&R IPM P&R P&R P&R IPM P&R IPM IPM P&R IPM P&R P&R IPM P&R P&R P&R P&R P&R IPM P&R P&R IPM P&R P&R Other IPM P&R IPM P&R P&R P&R IPM P&R IPM IPM P&R P&R P&R P&R IPM Component Other Approved Budget (AusAID) $ 940.36 $ $ 15.468.00 $ 100.000.000.000.000.Socialisation & Public Awareness.00 $ 300.000.00 $ 81.000.00 $ 100.00 600.000.00 $ 75.000.000.130.760.000.00 $ 75.000.00 85.000.000.00 $ Aug-10 40.000.00 300.000.740.000.22 99.000.842.000.000.000.000.568.04 116.00 $ 29.45 54. 1 Senior MoF/AusAID Infrastructure Adviser 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 44 71 128 151 152 153 154 156 157 164 165 166 172 173 174 175 178 176 180 181 182 183 Success Fee Mechanism Workshop UNESCAP Ministerial Conference Water and Sanitation Initiative Stage 1 Radio Spectrum Management IIFF Proposals for an Improved Railway PSO Scheme Strengthening & Streamlinig Procurement in DGH MTDP support for Bappenas Financial Reform 20 PDAMs Internal Audit Action Plan Losari Beach EIA WSI PTA Road Safety Audit DED for Mamminasata.000.00 $ 260.00 $ 50.943.290.00 300.000.000.579.00 $ 600.000.000.00 $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest Watsan 87.00 150.00 $ $ 20.000.59 $ 311.290.00 30.95 $ 400.421.00 $ 100.604.000.950.00 $ $ 150.000.881.000.000.000.00 $ 25.000.94 $ 1.89 $ 99.00 $ 40.500.000.234.03 $ 256.Infrastructure Provision Success Fee mechanism for PPP Assessment of Infrastructure Policy Reform Papua/West Papua Infrastructure Planning National Ports Master plan stage 1 Community Based Water Supply Services Wastewater master plan in 4 cities MOF Regional Grants for Infrastructure WSI .745.00 $ 70.045.000.588.95 $ 339.00 14.741.00 $ 30.000.00 $ $ $ 100.509.000.842.00 $ 1.000.00 $ 30.000.63 450.855.881.000.00 $ 15.00 $ 59.000.175.00 $ $ 30.000.000.000.000.73 $ 110.000.000.000.00 $ $ $ 200.00 29.00 $ 200.000.00 $ 75.000.000.428.00 180.00 $ 87.00 40.000.000.00 $ Total Cumulative 876.00 $ 50.00 $ 35.000.000.000.00 $ 35.881.450.600.000.00 $ 30.000.17 $ 165.00 $ 50.00 $ 100.31 $ 104.18 $ $ $ $ $ $ 10.000.75 $ $ 15.000.275.827.67 $ 66.00 $ 215.604.000.00 $ $ 45.222.01 $ 235.000.000.27 116.000.00 $ 100.677.000.000.935.000.125.00 $ 200.000.973.69 571.49 170.000.00 $ 30.57 538.20 $ 51.00 150.327.000.00 70.539.00 $ 50.00 $ 75.683.000.48 $ 67.67 $ 104.000.00 $ $ $ $ 30.00 $ 50.371.00 92.000.000.00 49.300.00 $ 30.15 $ 38.577.000.00 1.00 $ 98.200.91 $ 80.793.72 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Exp End Jan 556.00 25.004.00 $ Policy & Invest $ 40.592.00 $ $ 25.00 $ 1.098.000.000.980.07 $ 60.000.00 $ 80.00 500.000.00 $ 120.17 $ 1.00 $ 100.00 $ $ $ $ Mar-10 May-10 40.000.000.00 250.00 $ 40.000.533.774.000.381.300.00 $ $ $ 100.000.00 385.509.49 $ 1.000.000.381.00 $ 20.00 $ $ $ 70.000.697.00 $ 300.000.00 $ 15.000.000.000.27 88.00 $ 130.757.000.000.604.00 $ 155.00 $ Policy & Invest $ Transport Transport Transport Transport Watsan 75.00 $ $ 200.96 239.07 $ $ $ 1.000.00 $ 20.000.588.602.624.00 $ $ $ 200.00 $ 250.639.000.774.000.410.000.00 $ 670.000.000.000.000.00 $ 2.000.067.925.07 $ 37.323.316.000.00 $ 50.507.539.000.104.15 $ 726.00 $ 125.410.00 $ 5.410.00 $ 400.300.00 $ $ 20.00 $ 100.00 $ 40.000.701.00 $ 5.00 $ 600.000.624.000.000.07 $ 11.68 $ 50.000.66 139.04 116.00 500.000.000.00 408.592.000.000.00 $ 92.00 160.00 $ 155.00 55.00 70.253.000.00 139.130.00 100.00 $ 100.00 $ 40.000.00 $ 50.00 $ $ $ 38.00 464.08 $ 78.07 $ 14.509.69 571.588.00 $ 30.00 100.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 101.00 $ 100.000.000.000.000.000.00 $ 70.00 $ 50.683.234.024.256.000.000.00 60.17 $ 208.48 67.000.000.94 $ 25.00 200.00 $ 110.22 $ 92.00 $ $ $ 35.27 266.00 $ 200.00 62.08 78.590.256.00 99.00 $ 35.000.00 $ 2.000.650.00 $ 70.00 $ 75.87 100.08 272.00 $ 20.00 $ 1.13 $ 78.00 $ 30.00 700.000.00 $ 359.00 $ 50.00 $ 29.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 70.000.00 75.00 $ $ $ 124.940.000.000.000.00 62.71 $ 52.438.85 $ 253.000.150.000.000.000.00 $ 11.00 165.000.000.125.00 $ 99.00 $ 50.00 $ 49.000.000.000.925.000.000.00 $ $ $ $ 100.94 $ 2.78 $ $ 9.000.00 $ 60.962.00 $ 29.000.234.00 140.95 $ $ 1.588.00 $ $ 50.00 $ 100.694.234.000.79 $ 54.00 $ 160.000.000.00 950.000.000.000.192.00 $ 45.563.000.300.000.000.021.00 $ 40.00 $ 1.000.00 $ 15.000.000.66 139.45 54.00 $ 40.00 $ $ 40.06 196.00 $ 50.000.415.000.00 $ 7.300.000.000.000.774.000.00 $ Sep-10 40.000.138.00 $ 200.00 $ 2.00 $ 2.00 $ 20.000.73 $ 95.15 $ 345.000.87 84.500.313.77 $ 47.000.000.73 145.000.000.00 $ 75.00 29.000.000.000.125.54 $ 6.00 $ 36.000.000.000.00 200.000.00 $ 400.00 $ 12.00 $ 50.00 360.00 250.000.22 92.000.00 $ 50.00 $ $ 100.00 $ $ $ 300.00 $ 200.000.85 $ 172.60 $ 6.000.000.000.07 28 .486.000.00 384.32 $ 81.000.000.500.00 $ 75.276.175.000.604.460.22 322.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 15.041.000.00 15.85 $ 373.468.00 $ 80.77 47.000.000.00 $ 35.00 90.00 500.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00 $ 200.00 $ 393.000.00 $ 40.000.000.000.00 300.00 $ 384.00 $ 180.000.00 $ 3.00 $ 8.000.000.415.00 $ 98.Projected Continuation of Radio Spectrum Financial reform DGPT Corporate Plan DGPT IT Plan DGPT Design of Ground Water Survey Design of LG/PDAM Performance Index Implementation of Ground Water Survey Implementation of LG/PDAM Performance Index Kupang Solid Waste IEG Denpasar Sewerage IEG Jakarta PDPAL IEG New Railway Activity New Port Activity BRT IEG AP Tranche 1 Infra Investment 3/4 cities $ 4.541.00 $ 40.000.07 $ 87.00 $ 150.000.000.00 $ 50.00 $ $ $ 80.00 $ 300.000.00 $ 504.000.00 $ 100.783.851.500.000.842.00 $ 531.000.00 $ 230.637.33 $ 34.000.00 $ 250.349.602.58 $ $ 37.00 $ 200.00 $ 1.70 $ 67.000.60 $ 5.760.000.000.00 27.73 145.000.000.00 $ 80.000.08 622.639.000.649.00 50.500.00 500.900.00 $ 15.000.979.535.000.935.00 210.000.000.740.256.06 196.756.404.000.67 104.500.00 359.500.000.000.00 $ 500.186.00 90.000.421.57 $ 283.000.000.300.000.00 $ 100.48 67.000.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Policy & Invest $ Transport Watsan Watsan Watsan Transport Transport Other Transport Watsan Transport Transport Transport Watsan Transport Transport $ 65.00 40.486.000.00 $ 54.798.509.87 100.069.00 400.000.00 $ $ 50.230.00 $ 200.00 $ 100.000.500.00 $ 70.500.33 $ 22.468.000.378.00 130.60 $ 146.000.138.000.000.00 $ 100.577.63 320.950.00 $ 18.00 $ 40.000.00 $ 99.000.00 1.00 $ $ Approved Expenditure to Budget (TT) 31-Dec 940.49 $ 1.00 $ 25.000.00 $ $ 70.57 $ 8.000.000.00 $ 25.600.00 $ 157.00 $ 100.000.00 $ $ $ 12.00 $ 500.00 $ $ $ 45.222.223.00 15.91 167.76 $ 888.000.00 $ 85.00 100.00 $ 586.000.00 8.000.00 $ 200.00 $ $ 50.00 $ 100.00 $ $ $ 100.305.00 $ 1.000.000.00 $ 35.00 491.00 $ 85.161.000.00 $ 100.00 $ 200.00 $ $ $ $ 32.04 $ 116.00 $ 8.624.000.00 $ 200.67 $ 104.14 413.00 $ 200.000.000.966.00 $ 504.00 270.000.91 $ 92.66 24.000.421.00 $ 30.57 414.00 $ 200.000.220.000.00 $ 3.000.00 $ 87.57 8.00 $ 8.590.00 $ 200.00 $ 30.000.00 Jan-10 24.00 $ $ 30.500.00 $ 75.00 $ 150.00 $ 250.000.57 $ $ $ $ 9.00 $ 250.27 236.232.774.495.00 100.00 $ 100.00 $ 123.00 $ 8.000.00 200.000. baseline study National Rail Master plan Study stage 1 Assistance to DG Highways Activity Preparation and Design Fund Umbalan Springwater PPP National Rail Master plan Stage 2 Water Hibah and Wastewater Design National Ports Master plan Stage 2b National Ports Master plan Stage 2a Transport Systems PPP training Padang Earthquake Relief Assistance Lead Roads Advisor DGH Bus Rapid Transport Development in Select Cities Jatiluhur .563.08 $ 139.00 $ 150.00 $ 1.03 256.256.00 $ 50.96 $ 154.00 $ 50.000.000.935.94 2.438.00 99.756.60 296.00 $ 200.00 $ $ $ $ $ 60.000.00 $ 15.00 $ 200.00 $ 120.000.000.00 $ $ 300.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Policy & Invest $ 32.00 $ $ 30.000.21 $ 23.000.220.000.000.256.08 78.006.00 $ $ 12.000.00 40.100.624.512.000.080.584.150.00 393.757.000.533.00 $ 100.00 $ 180.00 $ 100.00 $ 130.000.138.00 $ 99.410.000.000.00 1.000.200.00 $ 23.00 $ 210.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 35.000.00 70.000.00 $ 15.42 $ 234.00 $ 86.00 $ TOTAL CUMULATIVE TOTAL $ 15.00 $ 50.94 $ 67.793.000.125.260.00 $ 60.000.00 300.00 $ 2.000.00 50.000.63 $ 200.639.000.000.500.00 $ 250.353.000.387.00 $ 51.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 92.00 $ 8.000.00 $ 757.000.000.Facility Review and Planning Document: February 2010 ANNEXE 2: Estimated Expenditure 2009-2010 (accrual basis) Q3 Financial Year 2009-2010 Estimated Expenditure Activity Activity Title No.00 75.000.00 300.427.00 $ $ $ 1.85 373.00 $ 20.49 290.289.00 $ $ $ $ 50.000.57 8.00 100.602.000.00 $ 491.000.000.000.000.000.757.000.Jakarta Pipeline and Water Treatment Plant Provincial and Kabupaten Road Maintenance Management Plans Assessment of Air Traffic Management Strategic Policy MOT lead adviser National Port Master Plan (Stage 3) Improving Support Needs for Urban Water Supply in NTB and NTT New and proposed activities Hibah stage 2 BLU socialisation and development Reform of Implementation Organization Support for ATCS in Surabaya Support for Development of DGH 5 Year Program (from MTEF) Development of Asset Level Project Programming Tool Development of Road Maintenance Practices and Delivery Expressway Organisation Review Support to IRMS Decentralisation Road Infrastructure Corridor Development Improving Trunk Routes Upgrading Reclassified/Strategic Roads Procurement/Activity Design Support FIDIC Training HIV/AIDS Good Roads/Bad Roads Blackspot Program Implementation Road Safety Audit .00 240.000.000.00 $ 200.000.00 $ 104.12 $ 1.415.00 $ 100.000.57 $ 8.000.000.000.08 832.000.00 87.000.12 $ 1.000.000.000.00 $ 40.00 $ 20.000.00 $ $ $ $ $ 40.00 995.757.500.00 $ $ 100.404.000.00 Q1 Cumulative 120.000.15 1.00 $ 67.000.000.000.00 $ 464.592.14 413.00 $ 28.96 199.45 54.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00 500.00 $ 11.00 $ 90.539.00 25.000.00 $ 15.00 500.65 $ 431.00 $ 250.000.00 $ 240.000.00 $ 408.694.000.973.00 $ $ 100.00 104.00 $ 950.097.00 $ 150.
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