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Indonesia - Second Institutional Strengthening for Social Inclusion (Second Institutional, Tax Administration, Social and Investment) Development Policy Loan Project (Inglês)

The Second Institutional Strengthening for Social Inclusion (Second Institutional, Tax Administration, Social and Investment) Development Policy Loan (INSTANSI DPL-2) Project in the Republic of Indonesia continues the series of the first single-tranche that began in 2012. The goal of the INSTANSI DPL series is to assist the Government of Indonesia to achieve its medium-term growth, poverty reduction, and shared prosperity objectives by supporting measures to enhance Indonesia's capacity and institutions for targeting poverty reduction measures, introducing a major social insurance program, and enhancing the management of public finances for better service delivery. The operation was previously envisioned to be the second of a two-year, programmatic DPL series. However, the government has recently indicated the possibility of extending the series from two to three years. Tentative triggers for a third operation have been developed. The INSTANSI DPL-2 Project supports a set of policy actions surrounding the following two pillars: (i) enhancing poverty alleviation and shared prosperity efforts through improved governance and institutional accountability, better measurement and targeting of the poor and vulnerable in social assistance programs, and implementation of a new national social security system (Sistem Jaminan Sosial Nasional, SJSN); and (ii) strengthening public financial management (PFM) through improvements in the medium-term results orientation of the budget process, the introduction of a more efficient and effective automated budget and treasury system, streamlining of budget execution procedures, and improved accounting, audit, tax administration and sub-national fiscal management.


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    Indonesia - Second Institutional Strengthening for Social Inclusion (Second Institutional, Tax Administration, Social and Investment) Development Policy Loan Project

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