Established in the capital city of Jakarta, in February 2004. PPP Indonesia was set up to meet the demand for quality training and consulting in public-private partnerships, regulation, and management of utility reform and infrastructure development in the economic development of Indonesia. Regular training courses, in Bahasa Indonesia and English, are offered on a regular/monthly basis, with customized programs scheduled every 3 months in cooperation with a variety of national institutional and local governments (Provinsi/Kabupaten/Kota) institutions in Indonesia. Focus is also made on conducting Linkage Programs, whereby the participants are given theoretical studies at prominent local universities, and then practical presentations and site visits are organized in various countries overseas (North America, Asia, Australia, Europe, etc.). PPP Indonesia is also offers consultancy services to the Government of Indonesia as well as Regional Local governments and enterprises in this vast and complex economy.
At PPPI, they set themselves apart from the competition by integrating capacity building and training with specialized consulting services to create successful and sustainable PPP, regulation, and utility reform projects. They believe that success should be measured not only by the advice provided but also by the capacity developed and left behind with their clients, and the impact that our work has on the community at large.
Their services are currently organized in three Practice Areas:
Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
The Public-Private Partnership Practice provides advice on PPP institutional design and planning, identification and screening of project opportunities, selection of PPP options, project structuring and finance, procurement and negotiation support, contract design and monitoring, and stakeholder consensus building in a multitude of sectors.
PPPI Regulation Practice supports clients in developing the legal and regulatory framework for regulating public services, including developing competition and sector regulation policy, institutionalizing regulatory processes and procedures, designing subsidy schemes and methodologies for tariff setting and adjustment, devising stakeholder communication plans, advising on the use of benchmarking and quality of service regulatory tools, planning rate case hearings, and creating and operationalizing regulatory agencies.
Competitive Utility Management
The Competitive Utility Management Practice works with clients to enhance the performance of public and private utilities through the application of corporate governance principals, commercial management and financial planning practices, customer service and media relations' development, ICT integration, and the use of benchmarking toolsSee more