The PPTA will undertake necessary due diligence for processing the Project for ADB financing and assist in preparing detailed specification and bidding documents, and carrying out the procurement for goods and related services (see Appendix 5). The PPTA is estimated to cost $0.85 million that will be financed on a grant basis using ADB's Technical Assistance Special Fund (TASF-IV). The government will provide in-kind contribution (office space, office equipment, furniture, internet access, and counterpart staff). The government has been informed that the approval of the PPTA does not commit ADB to finance any ensuing project. Individual consultants will be recruited using ADB grant funds.
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