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Current Progress Needs April 2006 April 2008 120, 000 unit 41, 734 unit 105, Current Progress Needs April 2006 April 2008 120, 000 unit 41, 734 unit 105, 231 unit Agricultural land 60, 000 ha 37, 926 ha 63, 923 ha Road 3, 000 km 490 km 2, 191 km Seaports 14 2 17 Airports/airstrips 11 5 10 Teachers 2, 500 died 2, 430 trained 23, 270 trained Schools 2, 006 unit 524 unit 888 unit 127 unit 113 unit 613 unit New houses Health facilities

The BRR Transition Process and Timeline 1/3/2008 1/10/2008 1/11/2008 31/12/2008 1/2/2009 1/3/2009 16/4/2009 Soft The BRR Transition Process and Timeline 1/3/2008 1/10/2008 1/11/2008 31/12/2008 1/2/2009 1/3/2009 16/4/2009 Soft Closing Grand-Closing Perpres tata cara pmt dan kesinambungan • PD on Blueprint Review Financial Report Preparation All Contracts finished • Finalization Submission of final • AP 3 D handover, final report to President • Final Report Preparation • Audit by BPK • MOU with Stakeholders • Support other Depts in preparing budget Presidential Decree of BRR Disbandment

TRANSITION PLAN OBJECTIVES BRR Mandate is completed and delivered in an accountable and transparent TRANSITION PLAN OBJECTIVES BRR Mandate is completed and delivered in an accountable and transparent manner Output (AP 3 D) is handed over according to Indonesian standard Remaining RR Program is continued in a seamless way Residual Issues are satisfactorily addressed A Framework for Sustainable Development of Aceh and Nias is made available

BRR CAN ADOPT NARROW OR BROAD TRANSITION GOALS Prepare for long-term development of Aceh BRR CAN ADOPT NARROW OR BROAD TRANSITION GOALS Prepare for long-term development of Aceh • Maximise impact of overall Recon & Rehab • Deliver on core BRR implementation mandate • • • Deliver BRR projects Transfer assets Limited capacitybuilding • • Coordinate transfer of NGO and donors assets Fill remaining gaps Monitor all activities • Help Go. A plan for next 5 years Transfer capacity from BRR

Delivering on BRR Mandate • BRR was formed in order to ACCELERATE the rehabilitation Delivering on BRR Mandate • BRR was formed in order to ACCELERATE the rehabilitation and reconstruction of a post disaster area – speed is of the essence • BRR role is to EXECUTE the Government Budget funded program and COORDINATE and FACILITATE non Government funded programs – complexity of size and scope is the performance challenge • … to do it in a professional manner, and in the most accountable and transparent way – it is a management action and attitude matter • … with full consideration that at the end of its mandate the activity will be continued as a responsibility of the central and local government – multi point handover is expected

The Relevant Transition program • Ensuring that all achievement and progress, both done with The Relevant Transition program • Ensuring that all achievement and progress, both done with Government Budget and with Non Government funding are properly accounted for and acknowledged • Ensuring that all ‘BRR Projects’ process and results are done in the most proper manner, and the full coordination cycle – from project identification to completion and output transfer is performed satisfactorily • Ensuring that all monies and activities under BRR responsibility are accountably spent, done and reported accordingly • Ensuring that the remaining activities are prepared for transfer and the subsequent responsible party be made aware and prepared to do so

Output (AP 3 D) is handed over • An Asset Management and Transfer Program Output (AP 3 D) is handed over • An Asset Management and Transfer Program for Government funded projects is being implemented and continuously done – the system is acknowledged as a national best • A global Asset Mapping project is being prepared, with an aim to be finished before the end of 2008 – updateable later • Projects which are foreseen to be not finished by end of mandated time is currently being discussed with succeeding agencies through a structured approach - 7 Departments listed • Allocation for 2009 RR budget to Central and Local Government entities agreed with Finance Minister • Discussion on personnel transfer is going on, execution at proper BRR timing • Document management and transfer started, The National Archive agency being the final custodian

NEED YOUR COOPERATION TO ENSURE ASSETS PROFILE COMPLETENESS GOI standard requirements PCN Registered and NEED YOUR COOPERATION TO ENSURE ASSETS PROFILE COMPLETENESS GOI standard requirements PCN Registered and updated From unregistered projects

Continuity of Remaining Programs • Non Government Budget funded programs/projects continuity is still to Continuity of Remaining Programs • Non Government Budget funded programs/projects continuity is still to be understood and facilitated as needed. Project status reporting is getting more crucial for all • Facilitation of international stakeholder projects and personnel will be returned to ‘normalcy’ as reconstruction activities moved into development • With MDF continuing until 2011 and Bappenas will assume the role that BRR has played, coordination needs may use that as a core hub • Joint funded projects are now being reviewed in view of BRR’s closure

Usulan Skema RKP 2009 Continuity of Government Funded RR program for 2009 RKP 2009 Usulan Skema RKP 2009 Continuity of Government Funded RR program for 2009 RKP 2009 6. 8 T 6. 6 T 222 M (RM) Administrasi Umum Penuntasan RR 3. 4 T (PHLN) Kementerian Lembaga 3. 2 T (RM) Pemerintah Daerah Dekon/TP APBD Dinas Dinas-Dinas di Lingkungan Pemda NAD dan Nias Dinas

Institutional Arrangement Activities To be Continued By Central Govt Agencies Executing Agency 1 Activities Institutional Arrangement Activities To be Continued By Central Govt Agencies Executing Agency 1 Activities Dept. Pekerjaan Umum (Public Works) ADB – Roads project (ETESP) MDF Bank Dunia – Infrastructure Reconstruction Enabling Program (IREP) MDF Bank Dunia – Infrastructure Reconstruction Financing facility (IRFF) JBIC – Prasarana Jalan dan Drainase AFD – Drainase Kota 2 3 4 Location NAD-Nias NAD NAD Dept. Perhubungan (Transportation) MDF Bank Dunia – Infrastructure Reconstruction Financing facility (IRFF) - Ports NAD Dept. Dalam Negeri (Internal Affairs) MDF Bank Dunia – Kecamatan Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Planning (KRRP) Nias IDB - Simeulue Reconstruction Project Dept. Agama (Religious Affairs) NAD IDB – Reconstruction of IAIN Ar-Raniry NAD

Institutional Arrangement Activities To be Continued By Central Govt Agencies Institutional Arrangement Activities To be Continued By Central Govt Agencies

Institutional Arrangement Activities To Be Continued By Local Government Institutional Arrangement Activities To Be Continued By Local Government

Resolution of Residual Issues • Varied in type, extend and stakeholders. Basically a Risk Resolution of Residual Issues • Varied in type, extend and stakeholders. Basically a Risk Assessment and Management plan is being activated. • Those related to financial accountability, if any, will be addressed with proper audit agencies, such as BPKP and BPK • Compliance to existing law and regulation is ensured with continuous consultation with proper bodies, such as the DPR • Institutional communication is being ramped up

WHAT EXPECTATIONS DO STAKEHOLDERS HAVE OF BRR TRANSITION GOALS? International • Donors • NGOs WHAT EXPECTATIONS DO STAKEHOLDERS HAVE OF BRR TRANSITION GOALS? International • Donors • NGOs National • Executive • Legislative Local • Government • Legislative • Public BRR • Bapel • Broader BRR • Contractors/Satkers

SAMPLE ISSUES : • Terms and condition of assets transfer • Operational and maintenance SAMPLE ISSUES : • Terms and condition of assets transfer • Operational and maintenance management of transferred assets • Viable solutions for finalizing incomplete projects • Sustainability of soft/intangible programs • Disputes between contractors, beneficiaries and implementers • Audit results post BRR presence • Issues of legal liability brought against implementers • Receiving agencies’ position on accepting responsibility for certain assets • Sustainability of investment for reconstruction

RISK MANAGEMENT ISSUES BRR assert the need to identify and establish a plan to RISK MANAGEMENT ISSUES BRR assert the need to identify and establish a plan to address significant risks, both for managing delivery activities and for transition strategy purposes: 1. Operational Risk • Quality • Delivery 2. Financial Risk – – – Reporting Auditing Funding 3. Legal Risk – – Procurement Environmental 4. Political Risk – – – International National Local Both in addressing Compliance and Expectation Management Issues

DISCUSSION WITH STAKEHOLDERS INDICATES THAT BRR NEEDS TO PLAY A BROADER ROLE IN MANAGING DISCUSSION WITH STAKEHOLDERS INDICATES THAT BRR NEEDS TO PLAY A BROADER ROLE IN MANAGING TRANSITION Prepare for long-term Aceh development • Maximise impact of overall Recon & Rehab • Deliver on core BRR implementation mandate • • • Deliver projects Transfer assets Limit capacitybuilding • • Coordinate NGOs and donors Fill remaining gaps Monitor all activities • Help Go. A plan for next 5 years Transfer capacity from BRR

A FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR ACEH AND NIAS? PROVIDING CAPACITY IF AND WHEN A FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR ACEH AND NIAS? PROVIDING CAPACITY IF AND WHEN THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES THEM

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