During the four years of Compact Indonesia, these are achievements of the Procurement Modernization Project:

  • 29 pilot ULPs from selected Ministries / Institutions / Local Government / Government Institutions succeeded in transforming institutions into permanent and structural government organizations so that PSU’s independence, discipline of administration, professionalism and career ladder of procurement personnel could be ensured.
  • There are 219 Functional Positions for Procurement of Goods and Services (PPJB: Pengelola Pengadaan Barang dan Jasa) in the structure of the 44 pilot ULPs. With this functional position, procurement managers have more ability and competence tiered according to qualification, and its professionalism is guaranteed and measured. Implementation of the task will be more focused because they do not concurrently occupy or perform other activities outside procurement.
  • 168 PSU staff and 61 non-PSU staff have completed basic-level Procurement of Goods/Services Skills 129 of them have passed intermediate level training, while 89 have graduated from advanced level.
  • 142 PSU staff have completed basic Institutional and Organizational Development training, and 89 have graduated from intermediate level training.
  • A Memorandum of Understanding on 9 national catalog contracts have been signed, including information, communication, technology and chemicals category; and 7 local catalog contracts, including work equipment and work uniforms (DKI Province) and e-ticketing (Kota Semarang).
  • Rp 2.3 billion was saved by central and local government agencies through the procurement of communication information technology equipment in catalog contracts. Meanwhile, for the procurement of work uniforms through catalog contracts, DKI Jakarta Provincial Government has managed to save Rp 10.3 billion (30%) of the budget.
  • In the development of Procurement Management Information System (PMIS) systems, the integration of pre-catalog system modules with e-catalogshas been implemented. Data warehouses and business intelligence, which form the basis of the actual dashboard monitoring of ULPs’ performance indicators, have been implemented and functioning in LKPP.
  • 4 (four) Memorandums of Understanding and Cooperation Agreement have been signed by the officers in charge of the Public-private Partnerships (KPBU) and LKPP, for assistance in drafting the KPBU Project Procurement Document. The four KPBU projects that receive assistance are Bekasi City drinking water infrastructure, Bandung City street lighting infrastructure, West Java Province waste management system infrastructure, and expansion of Hang Nadim Airport, Batam.
  • Market Research Review and Policy and Regulatory Review for Sustainable Public Procurement have been completed.