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    Indonesia began implementing the electronic procurement (e-Procurement) policy in 2010 marked by the issuance of Head of National Public Procurement Agency Regulation Number 2 of 2010 concerning Electronic Procurement Service. This is an effort to accelerate corruption eradication and improve transparency and accountability in government’s spending. The implementation of the Electronic Procurement Service is also […]

    June 27, 2019
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    Every year, governments around the world spend huge amount of money through public contracts, on everything from office stationery to providing basic services such as health care and education facilities, and infrastructure. However, the concentration of money, government discretion, and corporate influence in providing people’s needs makes public contracting prone to corruption – and the impacts […]

    June 27, 2019