|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
Output 1. The output was achieved by the issuance of amendment of the Presidential Regulation (Perpres) 54/2010 into Perpres 70/2012, which recognize the procurement's value and potential in accelerating budget execution and public investments. The amended Perpres clarifies ambiguous provisions to avoid multi-interpretation. As a result, the procurement procedures are clearer and the number of complaints from the tender participants or bidders to the procurement processes was reduced by 54.94 % in 2012.
Output 2. There are two outputs and both were achieved. The first output was achieved by the increment of about 85% of certified procurement personnel in 2012, compared to the accumulatively 107,717 personnel in 2011. The second output was achieved by the increment of procurement budget savings due to efficiency of IDR16.75 trillion in 2012 (a 274 percent increase from 2011). The national average rate of efficiency is 10.34 percent of the procurement budget. Quality improvements are noted from the procurement budget execution of 71.6 percent successful bid completion in 2011 to 91.32 percent in 2012 using e-procurement.
Output 3. The two outputs under Output 3 were achieved by the significant increment of visitor accessed NPPA website. In 2011, NPPA recorded about 1.8 million visitors accessed the NPPA's website. It was significantly increased in 2012 and 2013 cumulatively about 4.5 million visitors. The increase was due to the posting of government procurement plans and tender packages in the NPPA (INAPROC) website. The other output was achieved by completing a series of campaign through radio talk show, TV advertisement, sticker and pin dissemination, magazine publication, booklet, public seminars, and dissemination workshops in 2012, and those have been sustained up to date using the state budget. The latest peak campaign was during a National Coordinating Meeting opened by the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia in November 2013 rendering full support by the government for 100 percent e-procurement and the use of new innovations, such as e-catalogues.
Output 4. The output was fully achieved by participation of all 731 government administrative units nationwide in using e-procurement system. All were served by mid-2012.