The additional financing will extend and help sustain the benefits of the ongoing project to further improve the government’s accountability for public expenditure. The additional financing will (i) train and certify an additional 19,400 government internal auditors and public finance officers at the central and local levels; (ii) support the sustainability of a competency- and needs-based e-learning training approach (within the framework of a national training institute) by further upgrading training systems and providing modern facilities adapted to e-learning (including training centers in four regional locations); and (iii) develop fully integrated systems for financial management reporting and supervision in line with the national e-government strategy, adoption of continuous audit and continuous monitoring (CA/CM), implementation of a risk management approach for internal audit, and provision of training to 12,500 system users.
The report and recommendation of the President to the Board of Directors (RRP) document describes the terms and conditions of a project for consideration and approval by ADB's Board of Directors.
This document dated November 2019 is provided for the ADB project 38354-015 in Indonesia.
- Loan Agreement
- Sector Assessment (Summary): Public Sector Management
- Project Administration Manual
- Summary of Project Performance
- Contribution to the ADB Results Framework
- Development Coordination
- Economic and Financial Analysis
- Country Economic Indicators
- Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategy
- Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan
- Financial Management Assessment