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Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW)
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) is a watchdog organisation whose mission is to increase the people’s voice in the public decision making process. Scientific research is the backbone of ICW’s campaigning and advocacy activities. ICW trains civil society organisations to monitor development implementations. ICW works with 52 local organisations in 33 provinces. Public procurement is involved in the highest number of corruption cases. Therefore, ICW is building Potential Fraud Analysis (PTA) tools to make people’s participation in monitoring public procurement easier. Furthermore, ICW also engages with local government to build integrity systems in the public procurement business process.
Indonesia Corruption Watch's (ICW) project in Indonesia will facilitate transparency and accountability of procurement by implementing open contracting and increasing public participation in procurement monitoring. Jakarta and Bandung will be the pilot areas. This province and this municipality are willing to participate, and they are on track for an open government. They need facilitators to prepare an open contracting policy and to build mechanisms for civil society to participate in monitoring the open contracting policy. Moreover, this project will build capacity of civil society organisations (CSO) in analysing public contracting data, so they can use it for lobbying and public services advocacy purposes.