Thursday, March 29, 2018

Issue Number: 551

Public Procurement Reform: Part I

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Overview As part of their day-to-day activities, government institutions often have to procure goods and services. The public procurement of goods/services (“Procurements”) may either be undertaken by government institutions themselves or via third parties through various legal arrangements. During Indonesia’s reform era, the public has demanded that Procurements be organized in a transparent manner so as to avoid any corrupt practices and, as a result, a system of e-Procurements has been implemented....
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