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About

Direktorat Jenderal Bina Konstruksi (DJBK) is an organizational unit appointed by the Minister of PUPR as the node of PUPR. PPP node has a function of policy preparation, facilitation and coordination, synchronization, as well as evaluation of the implementation of KPBU in the PUPR Ministry. In order to improve the quality of public services, DJBK through Directorate of Infrastructure Investment develops Infrastructure Investment Information Service in PUPR Sector (LINTAS PUPR).

PUPR LINTAS is a web-based public service innovation, which provides people with easy access to data and information on infrastructure investment in public works and public housing.

Services

Knowledge Consultation

Providing infrastructure investment knowledge services include: (a) articles or journals as well as the results of research and development of other infrastructure investment areas; (b) NSPK and associated infrastructure investment profile issued by the Internal Unit; (c) NSPK and related infrastructure investment profile issued by other ministries / institutions; (d) Guidelines, references, investment-related data issued by PT.SMI, PT. PII, financial institutions, international institutions and other relevant institutions.

Project Consultation

Providing consulting services for infrastructure investment projects include: (a) information on recent PUPR infrastructure investment projects (b) publication of data on PUPR infrastructure investment projects; And (c) direct consultation on PUPR infrastructure investment investment projects.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)

The limitation of APBN in the financing of infrastructure development as set forth in the RPJMN 2015-2019 results in a funding gap that must be met. To overcome this, the Government is required to use several funding alternatives, one of which uses a development cooperation scheme involving private parties or known as Public Private Partnership (PPP). There is no official definition of PPP, but it can be concluded that PPP is a form of agreement between the public sector (Government) and the private sector (Private) to establish public service facilities bound by agreement, divided into several forms depending on contract and risk sharing.

PPP is defined as the cooperation between the Government and Business Entities in the Provision of Infrastructure aims for the public interest by referring to the specifications established by the Minister / Head of Institution / Head of Region / BUMN / BUMD , which partly or entirely utilizes the resources of the Enterprise concerning the sharing of risks among the parties. Government cooperation with the private sector has been known since the New Order era such as toll roads and electricity, but began to be developed in 1998 after the monetary crisis. After being preceded by several regulations supporting the KPBU, then to adjust the latest PPP world, the Government issued Presidential Regulation No. 38 of 2015 on Government Cooperation with Business Entities in the Provision of Infrastructure.

PPP implemented in three stages of planning, preparation, and transactions. At the planning stage of the Minister / Head of Institution / Regional Head / Board of Directors of BUMN / BUMD shall prepare the budget plan, Identification, decision making, preparation of the List of CDE Plan. Output of the planning stage is a list of project priorities and preliminary study documents submitted to the Ministry of PPN / BAPPENAS to be prepared as a List of CDE Plans consisting of ready-to-offer KPBU and KPBU in the preparation process. Furthermore, in the preparation phase of KPBU Minister / Head of Institution / Regional Head / Board of Directors of BUMN / BUMD as Responsible Project Cooperation (PJPK) assisted by Preparation Board and accompanied Public consultation, resulted in pre-feasibility study, Government support plan and Government guarantee, Implementing Efforts, and Land Procurement for KPBU. The transaction stage is conducted by the PJPK and comprises the exploration of market interest, location determination, procurement of the Implementing Enterprise and the implementation of the procurement, signing of the agreement, and the fulfillment of the cost.

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