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Procurement – EITI Indonesia Data Portal

The World Bank is supporting the Government of Indonesia to implement the EITI (Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative), a global standard that promotes revenue transparency and accountability in the extractive sector. Indonesia formally assumed EITI candidacy in October 2010, and was found compliant with EITI Rules in October 2014. One way to foster transparency and accountability in extractive industries is to build a website that contains all information related to extractive industries (such as: oil production, coal production, state revenue from the extractive industries, etc) in the most accessible and reusable format. The portal will be referred as Indonesia Extractive Industries ... Read More »

Vacancy : Revenue Specialist and Communication and Outreach Specialist

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is the global standard for revenue transparency in the extractive industries, including oil and gas, coal and general mining. This standard focuses on the reconciliation of payments made by companies to government, with those received by government from companies, and the reporting of this information to the public. Based on Presidential Regulation No. 26/2010, EITI in Indonesia is implemented by a Transparency Team consisting of a ministerial-level Steering Team and a multi-stakeholder Implementation Team.  In completing its tasks the Implementation Team has the authority to request information, data, consult Central Government Agencies, Regional Governments, ... Read More »


On behalf of  the Government of Indonesia  and  the Transparency  Team,  the  Coordinating Ministry for Economic  Affairs  seeks  a  competent  and  credible  consulting  firm,  free  from  conflicts  of  interest,  to provide  Independent Administrator services  (“the Services”)  in  accordance with the EITI  Standard. The objective  of  the  assignment  is  to  produce  an  EITI  Report  for  2012  and  2013  (the  3rd  Report)  in accordance with the EITI Standard. The  Services  include  5  phases  reporting  process  from  preliminary  analysis,  data  collection,  initial reconciliation, investigation of discrepancies, and final report.  The  final  report  will  be  made  available to the public.  The period of the ... Read More »