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Financial Monitoring Report No.26 For Period January - March 2015
Thursday, 30 April 2015

Explanation of FMR No. 26 (period January - March 2015) as follows :

Up to 1st Quarter 2015, the cumulative expenditure is Rp 2,799.46 billion (AUS$ 279.12 million) with sources of funds as follow:

  • GOA (Australian Aid)  : Rp. 2,497.84 billion (AUS$ 265.13 million).
  • GOI Counterpart       : Rp.    301.62 billion (AUS$   31.99 million).

And the detail uses of funds by category up to 1st Quarter 2015 are as follow:

 

NoCategoryPayments GOAPayments GOI
(In Million)(In Million)
Q1- 2015Cumulative to DateQ1 - 2015Cumulative to Date
IDRAUDIDRAUDIDRAUDIDRAUD
1 Civil Works 10,821.672 1.089 2,183,646,828 230,862 1,471.261 0.148 296,876.998 31.387
2 Goods 0.000 0.000 40,882.963 5.006 0.000 0.000 5,558.245 0.677
3 IOC 0.000 0.000 5,166.983 0.580 0.000 0.000 655.471 0.074
4 Implementation Support 0,000 0.000 278,961.735 29.774 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
Total 10,821,672 1.089 2,508,658.509 266.223 1,471.261 0.148 303,090.715 32.138

 

1st Quarter 2015 shows total of expenditure is Rp. 198.70 billion (AUS$ 19.16 million) with sources of funds as
follow:

  • GOA (Australian Aid) : Rp. 179.21 billion (AUS$ 17.27 million)
  • GOI Counterpart      : Rp.   19.49 billion (AUS$ 1.89 million)

And the detail uses of funds by category in 1st Quarter 2015 are as follows.....

 

 

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Project Progress Report March 2015
Friday, 24 April 2015

In accordance with clause III.A.1 (a) of Schedule 2 of AIPRD-L002 loan agreement for Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP), this is the monthly Project Progress Report (PPR) for March 2015:

Loan Agreement - The original loan closing date of 1 June 2011 was extended to 31 December 2014, (2nd extension) through the Amendment No. 2 to the Project Loan Agreement, signed on 28 February 2013. The Amendment No. 3 to the Project Loan Agreement which was formally signed on 25 November 2014 has extended the Loan Closing date to 30 September 2015. The Loan Amendment No. 3 includes re-allocation of funds within existing categories, while the total loan amount remains unchanged at A $300 million.

Environmental Studies and Land Acquisition -   Of the 20 packages included under EINRIP, environmental studies required for all 14 packages were complete by end of 2010, including the AMDAL for ESS-04, ESS-05 and ESS-06 in South Sulawesi. There was no land acquisition required for 2 packages. Land acquisition for 18 packages is complete.

Procurement of Civil Works - Procurement for all 20 Civil Works packages was complete at end of November 2012.

Variation Orders (V.O.) - During March 2015, NOL was issued by DFAT for V.O. No. 8 for ESS-01.

Project Financial Status (31 March 2015) -  Cumulative advances to Special Account to date: A$ 281.224 million.  Balance in Special Account on 31 March 2015 : A$ 15.001 million.  Expenditure charged to Special Account during March 2015: A$ 0.408 million.

Others -  A presentation was given by PMSC on the TFAC Audits adapted in EINRIP to the meeting initiated by DG Bina Konstruksi in MPW, on 31 March 2015. The meeting was attended by DGH, IndII program consultants, World Bank, ADB and JICA. The fourth monitoring M&E Survey for year 2015 commenced in March 2015 and will be monitoring 18 project roads and 10 control roads. 2014 EINRIP Annual Progress Report was issued in March 2015. TFAC audit for ESS-05 and ESS-06 in South Sulawesi were conducted by TFAC Consultants in March 2015.

 

 

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TFAC AUDIT REPORT for PACKAGE ESS-05
Friday, 17 April 2015

As part of requirement of loan agreement, and the ongoing activity of independent technical audit of individual projects, TFAC Consultants commenced the Round 10 of audits in March 2015, for two packages ESS-05 and ESS-06. These audits will cover Final audits.

The Final Audit for ESS-05 was conducted on 20 March 2015. A Closing meeting of the audit was held in the Satker’s office in Makassar on 25 March 2015. The purpose of this audit to assess the quality of the works currently being implemented, progress of works, and to check the action taken by RSC and Contractor to address previously identified non-conformities.

In general the audit report noted favourably about the quality of works while noting a few non-conformities which need to be addressed. Main actions are required for 15 findings but 7 Audit Forms were issued during this audit.

 

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TFAC AUDIT REPORT for PACKAGE ESS-06 (Bulukumba – Tondong – Sinjai)
Tuesday, 14 April 2015

As part of requirement of loan agreement, and the ongoing activity of independent technical audit of individual projects, TFAC Consultants commenced the Round 10 of audits in March 2015, for two packages ESS-05 and ESS-06. These audits will cover Final audits.

The Final Audit for ESS-06 was conducted on 18 -19 March 2015. A Closing meeting of the audit was held in the Satker’s office in Makassar on 25 March 2015. The purpose of this audit to assess the quality of the works currently being implemented, progress of works, and to check the action taken by RSC and Contractor to address previously identified non-conformities. It was noted during Final audit that the project is nearing substantial completion.

The visual impression gained by driving through the work area indicated reasonably good setting out and general survey work control of the works. The audit indicated that the general impression gained during the audit inspection was that the quality of the works being implemented was good, only few significant non-conformities relating to current works were identified. Main actions required for 14 findings but 7 Audit Forms were issued during this audit.

 

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