Deadline: 10-Aug-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank (WB) is supporting the Government of Indonesia to develop a programmatic response to the challenges of sustainable urbanization. City Planning Labs (CPL) is one such Bank Executed Technical Assistance initiative that aims to support municipal governments to build capacity for a data-driven approach to city planning, enabling the development of smart, inclusive, and sustainable cities. Given the success of the interventions in two Indonesian cities namely Kota Semarang and Kota Denpasar, CPL has received multi-year support from the Indonesia Sustainable Urbanization (IDSUN) Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) to scale-up the initiative.
One key component of WBs support in this initiative involves the development of a Municipal Spatial Data Infrastructure (MSDI) to strengthen the technical and institutional capacity of local governments to manage and use geospatial data for planning. It comprises of, four main components namely, Institutional Arrangements, People, Data and Systems. Under the Systems component, the initiative envisions the establishment of an integrated data platform (IDP) to ensure that spatial and non-spatial data (often fragmented across agencies) is better managed and integrated with other sources of planning data, as well as enable better coordination between National and local spatial databases.
See full tender here: Scoping and Design of Integrated Data Platform.
eConsultant2 website: https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org/wbgec/index.html
Tender notification: # 1263953
- ID – Indonesia