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Draft program design document and diagnostics for Revitalising Indonesia's Knowledge Sector for Development Policy program



The proposed 'Revitalising Indonesia's Knowledge Sector for Development Policy' program aims to enable Indonesian policy-makers to make contestable, evidence-informed decisions on how best to spend national budgetary resources in ways that help the poor.

It will support the domestic supply of knowledge products to inform policy, as well as the ability of decision makers to use those products to inform their policy choices.

Subject to AusAID quality processes and funding approval, the program will commence in 2012. The proposed program implementation mechanism includes a role for an implementing service provider. The proposed implementing service provider will support the program
by managing delivery of technical assistance and capacity development across all components, administering and overseeing the provision of grants, and coordinating activities across the program.

The draft version of the design document and diagnostics are provided for the information of prospective tenderers in advance of the release of the request for tender (RFT). Further adjustments will be made before the release of the design document with
the RFT. It is expected that the final version of the design document will be issued with the RFT documentation.

As indicated above, this information is provided for planning purposes only and it does not represent solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment to purchase the described services.

* Please note that AusAID will only respond to queries related to this activity after the formal release of the RFT.

Last Updated: 1 October 2014
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