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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



THE KEY SUCCESS FACTORS OF AVAILABILITY PAYMENT SCHEME IMPLEMENTATION IN THE PALAPA RING WESTERN PACKAGE PPP PROJECT

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AUTHOR(S)

Maman Suhendra

 

KEYWORDS

Availability Payment, Key Success Factors, Palapa Ring Western Package, PPP

 

ABSTRACT

The availability payment scheme (AP) is one of the investment return models for a business entity in a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme for infrastructure provision. This study aims to analyze the critical success factors implementation of availability payment in the Palapa Ring Western Package PPP Project from the various perspectives, namely (1) the government contracting agency (GCA); (2) the business entity; and (3) the other relevant stakeholders. This project is the first PPP project to successfully implement AP in Indonesia. The methodology used in this study is a qualitative method through several in-depth interviews with 10 (ten) entities involved in the project and 3 (three) PPP experts. The study finds 5 (five) key success factors that most determine the overall success of the AP implementation, i.e. the commitment of the GCA, the coordination between stakeholders, the existence of guarantees, the GCA’s ability to pay AP, and the GCA institutional form as the Public Service Body. Knowledge of these factors is expected to be used to improve relevant policies related to the infrastructure provision through PPPs.

 

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