Philippines Australia Public Financial Management Program for Institutions and Infrastructure Investment Design Document Final Draft
[formerly referred to as "Philippines Transport Program," "Infrastructure and Connectivity Program (Philippines)," and "Connecting Transport Infrastructure for Economic Development (CONNECTED)" – Austender Reference DFAT-88]
The Investment Design Document (IDD) Final Draft for a proposed investment, the Philippines Australia Public Financial Management Program for Institutions and Infrastructure (PFMP-II), is provided for the information of the market and prospective tenderers.
The goal of PFMP-II is to contribute to the delivery of safe and accessible infrastructure for inclusive and sustainable economic growth in the Philippines. The expected end-of-program outcome for PFMP-II is targeted Philippines government agencies and private sector service providers use more efficient, collaborative, and innovative systems for inclusive public infrastructure delivery. New systems, approaches and practices supported by the program will be identified, trialled or demonstrated with selected government agencies and private sector service providers. Lessons will be captured with progress monitoring, evaluative studies and case studies, which will be used to refine new systems, approaches and practices before scale-up as well as for communicating with policy makers.
Subject to the final financial delegate approval, proposed funding for PFMP-II is $36 million over six years, following a phased approach of 4 + 2 years. It is likely that DFAT will require a Contractor to provide management services for PFMP-II for four years with an optional extension period of two years. If approved, the proposed procurement will be listed on the AusTender website when it is released to market.
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 or tender for any described services. The scale, scope and focus of any proposed program may change at any time. Should a procurement commence, we anticipate commencing in mid-2018. This information is subject to delays, revision or cancellations.