National Development Planning Minister Regulation Number 4 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional Nomor 4 Tahun 2011

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 761, 2011 REGULATIONS STATE MINISTER of NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AGENCY HEAD of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 4 in 2011 ABOUT the PROCEDURES for planning, PROPOSAL SUBMISSION, assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of the ACTIVITIES FINANCED FROM FOREIGN LOANS and GRANTS by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY STATE MINISTER of NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/HEAD of the NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AGENCY of INDONESIA , Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 16, article 55 and article 77, paragraph (4) Government Regulation No. 10 in 2011 about the procedures for the procurement of Foreign Loans and Grants Acceptance, need to establish the regulation of the Minister of State for national development planning/national development Planning Agency Head of Planning Procedures, submission of Proposals, assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans and grants;
Remember: 1. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355);
2. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4421);
3. Government Regulation number 10 in 2011 about the procedures for the procurement of Foreign Loans and acceptance of Grants (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5202);
4. Presidential regulation Number 82 in 2007 about the national development planning Board;
5. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries;
6. Regulation of the Minister of State for national development planning/national development Planning Agency Head Number PER. 005/URM.PPN/10/2007 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of State for national development planning/National Development Planning Agency;
DECIDING Set: REGULATION of the MINISTER of STATE for NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AGENCY HEAD of PLANNING PROCEDURES, SUBMISSION of PROPOSALS, assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of the ACTIVITIES FINANCED FROM FOREIGN LOANS and grants.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I General provisions article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. The Central Government, which is hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
2. Local Government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
3. Ministries/Institutions are the ministries/government agencies/ministries of non State institutions.
4. State-owned enterprises, hereinafter abbreviated to STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, is a business entity that all or most of the capital is owned by the State through its investment directly derived from the wealth of the country separated.
5. Regional-owned enterprise, hereinafter abbreviated to LOCAL GOVERNMENT, is a business entity that all or most of the capital is owned by the local government through its investment directly derived from the wealth of local government are separated.
6. State Minister of national development planning/head of the national development planning board, hereinafter called the Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of national development planning.
7. Minister of finance was the Minister who organized a Government Financial Affairs of the State.
8. The Minister/Leadership Institute is the official responsible for managing the activities in ministries/institutions concerned.
9. the Establishments consists of activities that will be financed from Foreign Loans, hereinafter called the Agency consists of loans, it is Ministries/Agencies/local government/ENTERPRISE that submits the proposal for activities financed from Foreign Loans.
10. the Agency consists of activities that will be financed from a grant, hereinafter called the Agency consists of Grants are ministries/agencies that propose activities to financed from grants.
11. The Implementing Agencies are the Ministries/Agencies/local government/STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES that carry out activities financed from Foreign Loans and/or grants.
12. Representatives of the area, who then referred to PARLIAMENT, is the regional representatives as organizer of local governance.
13. The national medium term development plan, hereinafter abbreviated RPJMN, is national development planning documents for a period of 5 (five) years.
14. Budget income and Expenditure the country, hereinafter abbreviated STATE BUDGET, the annual financial plan is the Government of a country that was approved by the House of representatives.
15. Budget revenue and shopping districts, a GRANT hereinafter referred to, is the annual financial plan of the Regional Government are discussed and approved jointly by local governments and LEGISLATORS, and is set by local regulations.
16. Foreign Loan is any debt financing through Government obtained from Foreign Lenders are bound by an agreement of loan and not the shape of the country's securities, which must be paid back with specific requirements.
17. Government Grants, which hereafter Grant, is every country's acceptance in the form of foreign exchange, a foreign exchange dirupiahkan, dollars, goods, services and/or securities obtained from grants that don't have to be paid back, originating from within the country or abroad.
18. Cash Loans are loans Abroad in the form of foreign exchange and/or dollars used to finance BUDGET deficits and debt portfolio management.
19. the Lending activities of the Foreign Loans were used to finance specific activities.
20. Foreign Lenders are creditors who lend to the Government.
21. The giver a grant is the party that comes from within the country or outside the country that gives Grants to the Government.
22. The recipient Forwarding Loans Abroad was local governments and STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.
23. The Multilateral Creditors are international financial institutions with a number of countries, which gave loans to the Government.
24. Bilateral Creditors are foreign Governments or agencies appointed by the Government of a foreign country or institution acting for the Government of a foreign country that provides loans to the Government.
25. Foreign Private Creditors is a foreign financial institution, financial institutions, and national institutions non financial foreign-domiciled and conduct business activities outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia which gave loans to the Government based on the loan agreement without the guarantee of export credit Guarantor Institution.
26. Export credit Guarantor Institution is the designated institutions of foreign countries to provide guarantees, insurance, direct loans, interest subsidies, and financial help to boost exports of the countries concerned or the greatest part of these funds are used to purchase goods/services from the country concerned who are domiciled and conduct business activities outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
27. Foreign Loan Agreement is a written agreement regarding loans between Governments and Foreign Lenders.
28. Grant Agreement is a written agreement concerning a grant between the Government and the grant agreement documents poured in awarding grants or other documents which are used interchangeably.
29. Activities are part of program implemented by one or more units of work on a work unit as part of the achievement of measurable goals on a program and consists of a set of actions the deployment of resources, in the form of human resources, capital goods including appliances and technology, funding or a combination of some or all types of resources such as input to generate output in the form of goods/services.
30. The plan of utilization of Foreign Loans, hereinafter called RPPLN, is a document that contains an indication of needs and plan the use of Foreign Loans in the medium term.
31. The list of Plans, medium-term Foreign Loans, hereinafter abbreviated DRPLN-JM, is a list of worthy activities plan financed from Foreign Loans for the period of the medium-term.
32. The priority Plan list of Foreign Loans, hereinafter abbreviated as DRPPLN, is a list of plan of activities that have had an indication of funding and is ready to Loan financed from the foreign countries to the annual term.
33. The plan of utilization of the grants, which are hereinafter referred to as RPH, is a document that contains a policy direction, strategy, and utilization of medium-term grants in accordance with national development priorities.
34. The list of Plan grant activities, hereinafter abbreviated as DRKH, is a list of the annual activities plan viable funded with grants and has received the funding from the indication of the prospective Giver a grant.
35. The list is a list of plan of activities that have been listed in the DRPPLN and ready to be proposed to and/or negotiated with potential Lenders overseas.
36. The Government's work plan, hereinafter called RKP, is the national planning document for the period of 1 (one) year.
37. Monitoring activities observations made is periodically to provide information about the status of the development of an activity, as well as identify problems that arise and formulate the necessary follow-up.

38. Performance evaluation activities are activities that systematically collect and analyze data and information to assess the achievement of the goals and objectives of the activities.
The second part of the scope of article 2 of the regulation of the Minister include: a. planning, submission of Proposals and assessment activities that were funded from Foreign Loans;
b. planning, submission of Proposals and assessment activities that were funded from the grant; and c. the monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the performance of the implementation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans and/or grants.
The third principle of Foreign Loans and Grants Acceptance of article 3 Foreign Lending and receiving Grants must meet the principles of: a. transparent;

b. accountable;

c. effective and efficient;

d. prudence;

e. not accompanied political ties; and f. has no content that can interfere with the stability of the country's security.

CHAPTER II FOREIGN LOAN is considered part of the types and sources of Foreign Loan article 4 Foreign Loans according to its kind comprising: a. Cash Loans; and b. the loan activity.

Article 5 Foreign Loans referred to in article 4 are sourced from: a. the Multilateral Creditors;

b. Bilateral Creditors;

c. Foreign Private Creditors; and d. the Export Credit Guarantor Institution.

The second part of the use of Foreign Loans of article 6 (1) Foreign Loans used to finance: a. BUDGET deficit;

b. managing the debt portfolio;

c. financing activities the priority ministries/Agencies;

d. diteruspinjamkan to local governments;

e. be granted to local governments; and/or f. diteruspinjamkan told the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.
(2) the use of Foreign Loans as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and letter b are implemented through Loans in cash.
(3) the use of Foreign Loans as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f and implemented through Lending activity.
(4) local governments may meneruspinjamkan and/or menerushibahkan Foreign Loan referred to in subsection (1) the letter d and the letter e to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The third part of planning a Cash Loan article 7 planning and pengadaaan Cash Loan coordinated by the Minister of finance.

The fourth part Loan Planning activities of article 8 (1) the Minister is drafting plans for the utilization of Loans, medium-term and annual Activities.
(2) the loan utilization Plan of activities as referred to in subsection (1) is poured in the document: a. RPPLN;

b. DRPLN-JM;

c. DRPPLN; and d. a list of activities.
Article 9 (1) the Minister compiled a RPPLN referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter a with based on RPJMN and noting the maximum loan limit plan drawn up by the Minister of finance.
(2) the Minister establishes RPPLN at least 3 (three) months after the RPJMN set.
(3) RPPLN can be updated and refined as required and/or the development of the national economy.
Article 10 (1) the Minister compiled a DRPLN-JM as stipulated in article 8 paragraph (2) letter b with based on RPJMN and look at RPPLN.
(2) the Minister establishes DRPLN-JM at least 6 (six) months after the RPJMN set.
(3) DRPLN-JM can be updated and refined in accordance with the needs and/or the development of the national economy.
(4) DRPLN-JM previous period still remains valid until the establishment of DRPLN-JM new period.
Article 11 (1) the Minister compiled a DRPPLN referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c with reference to DRPLN-JM.
(2) the Minister establishes DRPPLN as material for preparing the work plan of the Ministry/institution/local government/STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.
(3) in the framework of the preparation of DRPPLN, the Minister may undertake coordination, communication, and consultation with prospective Foreign Lenders as well as related institutions.
(4) DRPPLN for any first-year period can be composed based on RPJMN DRPLN-JM previous period and in line with the process of drafting the RKP years running.
Article 12 (1) the Minister compiled a list of the activities referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter d with based on DRPPLN. (2) a list of the activities referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. the name and activities of agencies Implementing Agencies as well as the loan of Proposers;

b. the amount of funding, including matching funds and/or funds supporting; and c. an indication of sources of funding, including funding from Private Credit Institutions or Foreign export credit Guarantor.
The fifth section Proposing Activities Article 13 (1) Minister on Ministry/Agency/Regional Head Leader/Director of proposed activities for STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES financed from Foreign Loans to the Minister. (2) the proposed activity referred to in subsection (1) is signed by: a. the Minister or Secretary General/Secretary of the Minister on behalf of the Minister at the Ministry for the proposals that came from the Ministry;
b. the Chairman or Secretary of the main Institutions on behalf of the leadership of the Agency for the proposal emanating from the institution;
c. the Governor/Regent/Mayor to proposals that come from the local government; or d. the Director to the proposals that came from STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.
Article 14 (1) Ministries/Agencies may propose: a. activities within the framework of the implementation of the duties and functions of the Ministries/Agencies;
b. activities partially or completely planned to be granted to local governments; c. activities for inclusion in the State-OWNED capital and/or;

d. activities undertaken by some of the Implementing Agencies.
(2) the granting of Foreign Loans be granted to local governments as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is the policy and authority of the Government in order to achieve the targets of the RPJMN.
(3) in the case of the Ministry/Agency proposed Foreign Loans for its investment in the country's capital as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, the proposals must be submitted through the Ministry of finance.
(4) in the case of the Ministry/Agency suggested Loans abroad to implemented by some Implementing Agencies as referred to in paragraph (1) the letter d, the proposed activities have been coordinated with the Implementing Agencies.
Article 15 the local Government can propose: a. activities financed from Foreign Loans which is planned as a continuation of the loan; or b. activities financed from Foreign Loans planned for diteruspinjamkan and/or donated to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
Article 16 STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES could propose activities that are planned as the forwarding loans, financed from Foreign Loans.

The sixth requirement of Proposing Activities article 17 the proposed activities of the proposed Loan consists of Establishments are equipped with: a. General requirements; and b. specific requirements.

Article 18 (1) General requirements referred to in article 17 the letter a include: a. Checklist Proposing Activities loans; and b. the loan activities of the Proposed Document.
(1) a list of the Fields of activity Proposing a loan referred to in subsection (1) letter a, is a document that contains a summary of information for proposing activities financed from Foreign Loans.
(2) the document Proposed Lending Activities as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, is a document that contains background, objectives, scope, resources needed, results expected, including the implementation plan to get an overview over the feasibility of the proposed activities are financed from Foreign Loans.
Article 19 (1) special requirements for ministries/agencies that propose activities of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES to state capital investment as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (1) Letter c followed the provisions of the legislation.
(2) special requirements for ministries/agencies that propose activities that will be implemented by some of the Implementing Agencies as referred to in article 14 paragraph (1) letter d, is to attach a letter of approval of the Minister/Chairman of the institution or the officials given the assignment.
Article 20 (1) specific requirements for local governments that propose activities financed from Foreign Loans which is planned as a continuation of the loans referred to in Article 3 a, is to attach a letter of Approval of LEGISLATIVE Leadership candidate Recipients Forwarding Loans abroad.
(2) special requirements for local governments that propose activities that are planned for diteruspinjamkan and/or donated to LOCAL GOVERNMENT as stipulated in article 15, the letter b is to attach a letter of Approval of LEGISLATIVE Leadership and Subpoena the President Director of LOCAL would-be Recipient Forwarding Loans abroad.
Article 21 specific requirements for STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES that proposed activities are financed from Foreign Loans which is planned as a continuation of the loans referred to in article 16, is to attach: a. Letter of the Minister of the organizing Affairs of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES regarding the approval of the proposed activities and the financial capability of the ENTERPRISE in question; and b. letter of the Board of Commissioners regarding approval of proposed activities of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES concerned in accordance with the legislation.
The seventh part of the preparation of the proposed Activities section 22 instances of Proposers Loan drawing up proposed activities with: a. based on RPJMN and look at RPPLN;

b. consider the ability of implementation and sustainability;
c. consider the efficiency of the use of Foreign Loans technically and financing;
d. consider the ability to operate the results of such activities by domestic resources; and e. considering the results of the activities can be expanded to other activities.

Article 23 (1) ministries/Institutions can propose activities in the framework of the implementation of the duties and functions referred to in Article 14 paragraph (1) letter a taking into account: a. the duties and functions of the Ministries/Agencies; and b. the priority ministries/Agencies listed in the strategic plan.

(2) Ministry/Institution can propose activities that are partially or completely planned to be granted to local governments as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (1) letter b taking into account: a. the Affairs of local government and the local government are prioritized for having low fiscal capacity; b. benefits to society in the area of prospective Grantees;

c. achievement of national development priorities; and d. field ministries/agencies that propose.
(3) Ministry/Institution can propose the activities carried out by Implementing multiple instances referred to in Article 14 paragraph (1) letter d taking into account: a. the cross-sector/program; and b. the achievement of national development priorities.
Article 24 local governments can propose activities that will be financed from Foreign Loans which is planned as a continuation of the loans referred to in Article 15 taking into account: a. the Affairs of local government;

b. benefits to local communities;
c. investment activities that result in the receipt of direct and/or indirect; and d. the achievement of regional development priorities and in line with national development priorities.
Article 25 STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES could propose activities that will be financed from Foreign Loans which is planned as a continuation of the loans referred to in article 16 to consider investment activities to expand and improve services, and/or improve reception of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.

The eighth part of the Feasibility assessment of Proposed Activities of article 26 (1) the Minister is doing an assessment of the feasibility of the proposed activities were filed by the Agency taking into account the Loan consists of technical feasibility and the alignment of planning activities.
(2) an assessment of the feasibility of the proposed activities are technically referred to in subsection (1) includes the following aspects: a. compatibility with programmes and priorities in the RPJMN;
b. proposed activities is tasks, functions, authorities and Agencies, including the assignment of Loan Proposers are given; c. feasibility of value activities;

d. the ability of management of activities by Implementing Agencies;

e. linkages with other activities of the Agency consists of loans;

f. suitability of site activities; and g. the ability of providing matching funds.
(3) the alignment of planning activities as referred to in subsection (1) include the alignment of planning activities with: a. RPPLN;
b. activities of the ketersebaran region are financed from Foreign Loans; c. related activities directly from other agencies; and d. the performance of the implementation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans that are being run on the Institutions and agencies Implementing Loan Proposers.
(4) the feasibility Assessment referred to in subsection (1) is carried out on the basis of the document Proposed Loan Activities referred to in Article 18 paragraph (1) letter b.
(5) in conducting the feasibility assessment referred to in subsection (1), the Minister may coordinate with Agencies other agencies loans, Proposers, or parties related to those activities.
Article 27 (1) based on the results of the assessment of the feasibility of the proposed activities, the Minister set DRPLN-JM.
(2) the Minister conveys DRPLN JM-as referred to in paragraph (1) to the Minister of finance, Minister of the Ministry, the leadership of the institution, the head of the area, and the Director of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES which proposed activities listed in DRPLN-JM, as well as Prospective Foreign Lenders.
Article 28 (1) instances of Proposers Loans increasing preparedness activities to plan activities that have been listed in DRPLN-JM.
(2) Improved preparedness activities as referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of the document criteria for readiness activities include: a. implementation plan activities;

b. indicators of performance monitoring and evaluation;

c. Organization and management of the implementation of activities; and d. the procurement plans of the land and/or resettlement, in terms of activities require land.
Article 29 (1) the plan of implementation of the activities referred to in Article 28 paragraph (2) letter a at least: a. a detailed activity plan;

b. a detailed funding plan; and c. the General plan procurement of goods/services.
(2) a detailed activity Plan as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a at least: a. background, intent, and purpose of the activity;

b. site activities;

c. time frame and schedule for the implementation of activities;

d. scope of the work and activities of the components;

e. the target output, result, and impact of activities;

f. activities of the beneficiaries;

g. the parties will carry out and/or engage in activities;

h. plan of operation and maintenance activities, where necessary; and i. analysis of the environmental impact in terms of activities requires the analysis of the environmental impact.
(3) a detailed funding Plan as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b at least: a. loan needs, matching funds, and/or supporting Fund;
b. details of the funding for each scope of work and/or component of the activity;
c. allocation of funding to each of the Implementing Agencies in terms of activities carried out over one of the Implementing Agencies; d. withdrawal of loans per year; and e. the provision of matching funds and/or supporting fund per year.
(3) a General Plan procurement of goods/services as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is carried out in accordance with the prevailing regulations.
Article 30 performance indicators monitoring and evaluation referred to in Article 28 paragraph (2) letter b include: a. indicator input; and b. the output indicators for each sphere of work and/or activities.
Article 31 the Organization and management of the implementation activities as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (2) Letter c, covers design: a. organization structure;

b. Division of labor and responsibility of implementing activities; and c. the mechanism works.

Article 32 procurement Plans of the land and/or resettlement as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (2) letter d at least: a. spacious and the location of the land required;

b. an estimate of the number of people will be resettled;

c. procedures for the procurement of land and/or resettlement;
d. time frame and schedule for the implementation of the provision of land and/or resettlement;
e. the parties responsible and involved in the process of acquiring land and/or resettlement as well as the Division of authority between the parties; and f. pengadaaan financing allocation of land and/or resettlement.

Article 33 (1) the Minister or the leadership of the institution or the Secretary-General/Principal Secretary/Ministry Secretary on behalf of the Minister or the Leader of the institution, the Governor/Regent/Mayor, President Director of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES deliver the document criteria for readiness activities as referred to in article 28 paragraph (2) to the Minister through the Secretary of the Ministry of national development planning/Principal Secretaries of the national development planning board.
(2) the Minister compiled a DRPPLN to activities that have been listed in DRPLN-JM and meets most of the criteria the readiness activities as referred to in article 28 paragraph (2).
(3) Some criteria of readiness activities as referred to in paragraph (1), to be met include the provisions referred to in Article 29: a. paragraph (2) letter a to letter g;

b. Article 29 paragraph (2) letter a up to d;

c. Article 30;

d. Article 31 letter a and letter b; and e. Article 32 letter a and letter b.
(4) based on the results of the assessment criteria of readiness activities as referred to in paragraph (1), the Minister establishes DRPPLN as referred to in paragraph (2).
(4) the Minister delivered the DRPPLN referred to in paragraph (4) to the Minister of finance, Minister of the Ministry, the leadership of the institution, the head of the area, and the Director of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES which proposed activities listed in DRPPLN, as well as prospective Foreign Lenders.
Article 34 (1) Ministries/Agencies/local government/ENTERPRISE readiness criteria of fulfillment doing activities that have been listed in DRPPLN as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4).
(2) based on the fulfillment of the criteria of readiness activities as referred to in paragraph (1), the Minister prepares a list of activities.
(3) the Minister delivered a list of the activities referred to in paragraph (2) to the Minister of finance.
(4) a list of the activities referred to in paragraph (3) contains the proposed activity meets the criteria of readiness and prepared for the proposed to and/or negotiated with potential Lenders overseas.
The ninth section of the Proposed Planning Activities the main tool Indonesia national army Weaponry Systems and Special Material the police of the Republic of Indonesia Article 35 (1) the proposed activity that contains the main tools of weaponry systems Indonesia national army and special police force of the Republic of Indonesia of the material planned for financed from Foreign Loans, are equipped with Special Lending Activity Proposal Document.
(2) the document Proposed a special Lending Activities as referred to in subsection (1) is a document that contains at least: a. data and general information including the background, objectives and expected results; b. scope of activities; and c. implementation plan consisting of a main tool data system armament Indonesia national army and special police force of the Republic of Indonesia materials, plans of financing and the estimated time of procurement.
(3) the Minister is doing the assessment over the proposed activities referred to in subsection (1) based on the document Proposed a special Lending Activities.
(4) in conducting the assessment referred to in subsection (3), the Minister for coordinating with Agencies Proposers loans and parties associated with the event.
(5) based on the results of the assessment referred to in subsection (3), the Minister set DRPLN-JM Special.
Article 36 (1) the Minister compiled a Special DRPPLN to activities that have been listed in DRPLN-JM special and meet some criteria of readiness activities as referred to in article 28 paragraph (2).

(2) Some criteria of readiness activities as referred to in subsection (1) includes provisions that must be met as outlined in: a. Article 29, except paragraph (2) letter b, paragraph (2) letter i and paragraph (2) Letter c;

b. Article 30; and c. Article 31.
(3) in drawing up the Special DRPPLN, the Minister may coordinate with Agencies consists of loans and parties associated with the event.
(4) based on the fulfillment of the criteria of readiness activities as referred to in paragraph (2), the Minister of Special DRPPLN establishes as referred to in paragraph (1).
(5) the Minister prepares a list of the specific activities based on Specific DRPPLN as referred to in paragraph (4).
CHAPTER III GRANTS the Union section of the form, type and sources of Grants Article 37 (1) accepted the Government Grants may take the form: a. cash;

b. money to finance activities;

c. goods/services; and/or d. securities.
(2) grants as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out as part of the NATIONAL BUDGET.
Article 38 (1) the receipt of Grants according to its kind consists of: a. the grants planned; and/or b. direct Grants.
(2) grants are grants that planned acceptance through the mechanism of planning.
(3) a direct Grant is a grant which was carried out not through the planning mechanism.
(4) the arrangements concerning direct Grants as referred to in paragraph (3) follow the legislation.
Article 39 the planned Grants as referred to in article 38 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the grants given to prepare and/or accompanying loans;
b. grants that have been entered in the planning document which is mutually agreed between the Government and the grant; c. grants require matching funds;
d. Grants implemented by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) through the Government; and/or e. Grant in the framework of cooperation between agencies with Grant Givers abroad in foreign countries.
Article 40 Grants sourced from: a. within the country; and b. abroad.

The second part of article 41 Grant use of the Grant received the Government used to: a. support national development programme; and/or b. supports the natural disaster relief and humanitarian assistance.

The third part is the preparation of a plan of activities Article 42 (1) in the framework of planning grant activities are planned, Minister of plan grant activities, medium-term and annual. (2) Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) is poured in the document: a. RPH; and b. DRKH.
Article 43 (1) the Minister compiled a RPH as stipulated in article 42 paragraph (2) letter a with based on RPJMN. (2) the Minister establishes RPH at least 3 (three) months after the RPJMN.

(3) the RPH can be updated and refined as needed.

Article 44 (1) the Minister compiled a DRKH as referred to in article 42 paragraph (2) letter b with based on RPJMN and notes the RPH.
(2) the Minister establishes DRKH as material for preparing the work plan of the Ministry/institution/local government/STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES.
(3) in the framework of the preparation of DRKH, the Minister may undertake the identification of prospective Voters grants and conduct coordination with prospective Givers grants.
(4) DRKH for any first-year period can be composed based on RPJMN RPH previous period and in line with the process of drafting the RKP years running.
The fourth section Proposing Activities Article 45 (1) the Minister on Ministry/leadership of the institutions proposed activities that will be financed from Grants to the Minister. (2) the proposed activity referred to in subsection (1), signed by the Minister for: a. the proposals emanating from the Ministry; or b. the leadership institution to the proposal emanating from the Agency.
Article 46 Agencies Grant Proposers can propose: a. activities within the framework of the implementation of the duties and functions of the Agency consists of Grants;
b. activities planned for diterushibahkan to local governments; or c. activities planned for lent to local governments and/or STATE OWNED COMPANIES, all set in the agreement grants.
Part five of the requirements Proposing Activities Article 47 (1) General requirements the proposed activities are financed from the Grant includes: a. Checklist Proposing grant activities; and b. the document Proposed grant activities.
(2) a list of the Fields of activity Proposing Grants as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is a document that contains a summary of information for proposing the activities financed from the grant.
(3) the document Proposed grant activities as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is a document that contains background, objectives, scope, resources needed, and the expected results including implementation plans to get an overview over the feasibility of the proposed activities are financed from the grant.
(4) For the proposed activities of the Agency consists of Grants planned for diterushibahkan to local governments as stipulated in article 46 subparagraph b, must be enclosed with the letter of the proposed local government candidate recipients forwarding grants.
The sixth part of the preparation of the proposed Activities Article 48 Agencies Grant Proposers compose the proposed activities with: a. based on RPJMN and noting RPH; and b. consider the purpose of the use of grants and Grants acceptance of principles.
Article 49 Agencies can Grant Proposers proposes activities in the framework of the implementation of the duties and functions referred to in Article 46 a taking into account: a. the duties and functions of the Agency consists of Grants; and b. Grant Proposers Agencies priorities laid out in the strategic plan.

Article 50 Agencies Grant Proposers can propose activities that are planned for the diterushibahkan to local governments as stipulated in article 46 of the letter b with considering: a. the Affairs of local government and the local government are prioritized for having low fiscal capacity; b. benefits to communities in the area; and/or c. field Agencies Grant Proposers.

The seventh part of the assessment of the feasibility of the proposed Activities Article 51 (1) the Minister is assessing the feasibility of the proposed activities were filed by Agencies Grant Proposers by considering the technical feasibility and the alignment of planning activities.
(2) an assessment of the feasibility of the proposed activities are technically referred to in subsection (1) includes the following aspects: a. compatibility with programmes and priorities in the RPJMN;
b. suitability of proposed activities with the principles of the receipt of the grant referred to in article 3; c. compliance activity plan with the task and function of Implementing Agencies;
d. implementation plans preparedness activities include the withdrawal plan and work plan; e. linkages with other activities of the Agency consists of Grants; and f. the provision of matching funds capabilities and/or supporting funds, if required.
(3) the alignment of planning activities as referred to in subsection (1) include the alignment of planning activities with: a. RPH;

b. activities associated directly from other agencies; and c. the performance of the implementation of the activities financed from the Grant that is being run on the Institutions and agencies Implementing Grant Proposers.
(4) the feasibility Assessment referred to in subsection (2) is made on the basis of the document Proposed grant activities as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (1) letter b.
(5) the eligibility assessment in conducting the proposed activities, the Minister may undertake coordination with Agencies Grant Proposers, Ministry of finance, and the prospective Giver a grant.
Article 52 (1) based on the results of the assessment of the feasibility of the proposed activities, the Minister set DRKH. (2) the Minister delivered the DRKH referred to in paragraph (1) to: a. the Minister of finance to be used as an ingredient in proposing to potential Grant Giver; and b. the Minister on Ministry/leadership of the agency that the proposed activities listed in DRKH.
(3) the proposed activity is not yet listed in the DRKH but have met the eligibility and readiness, could be submitted to potential Grant Giver.
(4) the proposals referred to in paragraph (3), are listed in the DRKH the following year.
CHAPTER IV MONITORING, evaluation, reporting, and MONITORING the PERFORMANCE of the IMPLEMENTATION of the ACTIVITIES of FOREIGN LOANS and/or GRANT is considered part of the monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementation Activities of article 53 (1) the Minister is implementing a monitoring and performance evaluation of the implementation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans and/or grants.
(2) monitoring and performance evaluation of the implementation of the activities referred to in subsection (1) is done through meetings, reporting of implementation activities, and/or field trips.
Article 54 (1) the Minister or Secretary General/Secretary Ministry on behalf of the Minister of the Ministry, the leadership of the institution or the main Secretary on behalf of the leadership of the Institution, the Chief Secretary of the county or Region on behalf of the head area, and/or Director of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES delivered reports on the results of monitoring and performance evaluation of the implementation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans and/or Grants to the Minister quarterly.
(2) the monitoring and evaluation referred to in paragraph (1) covers the development of the realization of absorption of funds, the development of the physical implementation of the achievement, the development process of the procurement of goods and services, problems/obstacles faced and the necessary follow-up steps.
(3) the end of quarter one was March 31, the end of a two-quarter period is 30 June, end of quarter three is September 30th, and end a four-quarter period is December 31.
The second part of performance monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the activities of Foreign Loans of article 55 (1) the Minister hosted a meeting of performance monitoring of the implementation of the activities financed from Foreign Loans at the end of each quarterly report based on the results of monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementation activities as stipulated in article 54 paragraph (1) with instances of Implementing Agencies, Loan Proposers, and other relevant agencies.

(2) for the diteruspinjamkan activity to the local authorities, the holding of meeting performance monitoring the implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph (1) may involve the Ministry of the Interior.
Article 56 (1) the Minister to evaluate the monitoring results statements as referred to in article 55 paragraph (1).
(2) in conducting the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1), the Minister may coordinate with Agencies Implementing Agencies, Loan Proposers, and other relevant agencies.
(3) based on the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (2), the Minister may give consideration to the Minister of finance about the steps the completion of implementation activities that slow and/or not in accordance with the allocation, including: a. change target activities of targets specified in the loan agreement abroad;
b. reduce the allocation of loan funds from the allocation of the funds listed in the loan agreement abroad; and/or c. cancel some or all of the activities listed in the loan agreement.
The third part of performance monitoring and evaluation the implementation of grant activities of article 57 (1) the Minister is doing the monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementing activities financed from a grant based on the quarterly report on the results of the monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementation activities as stipulated in article 54 paragraph (1).
(2) in conducting monitoring and evaluation referred to in paragraph (1), the Minister may coordinate with Agencies Implementing Agencies, Grant Proposers, and other relevant agencies.
(3) based on the results of the monitoring and evaluation referred to in paragraph (2), the Minister recommends to the Minister of finance about the steps the completion of implementation activities that slow and/or not in accordance with the allocation.
The fourth part of the performance Reporting of the implementation of the activities of Foreign Loans and/or Grants of article 58 (1) based on the results of the monitoring and evaluation of the performance of the implementation activities, the Minister published a report on the performance of the execution of Foreign Loans and/or Grants quarterly.
(2) specific to the weapon system's main tools activities of TNI and Police specific tools RI, performance reports execution of Foreign Loans and/or Grant covers only information that is public in nature.
A joint evaluation of the implementation of the Fifth part of the activities of Foreign Loans and/or Grants to article 59 of the Minister and the Minister of finance can do together in a semiannual evaluation regarding the implementation of the activities funded by Foreign Loans and grants.

The sixth part of the evaluation of the results of the implementation of the activities of Foreign Loans and/or Grants of article 60 (1) Minister/Leadership Institute/Head region/Board of Directors of STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, conduct an evaluation of the attainment of the targets of the top end of the activities that have been set.
(2) the results of the evaluation as referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Minister no later than 6 (six) months after the loan agreement Foreign Affairs and/or the Grant ends.
Article 61 (1) the Minister is doing the evaluation of the implementation of the outcome of the end of the activities financed Foreign Loans based on the report of the results of the evaluation as referred to in article 60 paragraph (2).
(2) the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) is used as a basis for further planning.
The seventh part of the oversight of Foreign Loans and/or Grants to article 62 (1) internal and external supervisory Agencies to conduct surveillance against the implementation and use of Foreign Loans and/or Grants in accordance with the legislation.
(2) the results of the surveillance referred to in paragraph (1) are reported to the relevant agencies.
Chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS-other Article 63 in the case of the planned Grants sourced from within the country, there has been no provision in this regulation regulates Foreign Grants.

CHAPTER VI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 64 (1) at the time of the enactment of this regulation of the Minister a list of loan plans listed in DRPHLN-JM in 2011-2014 remains valid until the establishment of DRPLN-JM.
(2) the Minister compiled a DRPLN-JM as referred to in paragraph (1) with reference to RPPLN in 2011-2014 and DRPHLN-JM in 2011-2014.
(3) DRPLN-JM referred to in subsection (1) are set at the latest 1 (one) year after established ministerial regulation.
Article 65 at the time of the enactment of this regulation of the Minister a list of plan grants that are listed in the DRPPHLN in 2011 remains valid until the establishment of DRKH.

CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 66 at the time of the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation regulation of the Minister of State for national development planning/national development Planning Agency Head Number PER. 005/URM.PPN/06/2006 regarding the procedures for the planning and submission of the proposal and the Assessment of the activities financed from the Loan and/or Grants abroad, revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 67 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date specified.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on 24 October 2011 STATE MINISTER of NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/HEAD of the NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AGENCY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, ARMIDA s. ALISJAHBANA Enacted in Jakarta on November 30, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();

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