The Government of Indonesia is consistently sustaining the momentum of Public Private Partnership (PPP) development in order to accelerate the provision of infrastructure. The PPP model has gained increasing in presence since the pronouncement of the Master plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (MP3EI) in 2011. The MP3EI reiterates the Government of Indonesia’s determination to use the PPPs as one of the keys to financing the country’s economic development.
The Government holds a proactive approach and continues to evaluate and strengthen policy in order to support the provision of infrastructure using PPPs. Firstly, through the establishment of the regulatory framework for PPPs, comprising Presidential Regulation 67/2005 on Cooperation between Government and Business Entities in Infrastructure Provision and its subsequent amendments PR 13/2010, PR 56/2011 and PR 66/2013. Secondly, by providing supporting regulations to address major issues affecting the implementation of PPP projects, v.g.Law 2/2012 on land acquisition for public infrastructure projects and Regulation 223/PMK.011/2012 of the Ministry of Finance on the Viability Gap Fund.