What Is the Status of Indonesian E-Procurement?

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Achmad Nurmandi (2013)
  • Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
  • Journal: Journal of Government and Politics (issn: 1907-8374, eissn: 2337-8220)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.18196/jgp.2013.0020
  • Subject: regulation | procurement | e-procurement | corruption | procurement budget | Political science | J | Political institutions and public administration (General) | JF20-2112

E-procurement is an important intrument to prevent corruption in goods and services procurement budget. Indonesia has been implementing the e-procurement project since 2008 based on Presidential Decree. President has stipulating annual order (presidential instruction) has to be obey by all ministries and local governments to procure their budget through r-procurement mechanism. However, untill 2012 fiscal year, this research found that only around 10.26% of central government institution procurement budget, including ministries and 21,10% of local government procurement budget did procure through e-procurement method. This research concluded that regulation, leadership and procurement intitution are challanging factors to make “status quo” e-procurement.
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