Indonesia seeks consultants for dam safety program

Indonesia’s Directorate General of Water Resources invites expressions of interest from consultants to provide technical assistance to a dam operational improvement and safety program. Responses are due about April 30.

With a US$50 million loan from the World Bank, Indonesia seeks:
1. Technical assistance supporting the Project Management Unit of the Dam Operational Improvement and Safety Project (DOISP);
2. Technical assistance supporting implementation management and supervision of DOISP; and
3. Technical assistance supporting implementation of dam safety assurance and institutional improvement of DOISP.

Project components include dam operational and safety improvement, operation and maintenance improvement and capacity building, and reservoir sedimentation mitigation.

The directorate is expected to issue a separate solicitation for consultancy services for special study of dam safety improvement and rehabilitation of the 187-MW Jatiluhur project on the Citarum River.

Expressions of interest are due to the addresses below by 20 working days from the directorate’s first notice of solicitation, about April 30.

For information, contact:
o For technical assistance 1 and 2: Satuan Kerja Direktorat Sungai, Danau dan Waduk, Procurement Committee, Jl. Pattimura 20, Kebayoran Baru – Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia; Tel/Fax: (62) 21-7261292; E-mail:;
o For technical assistance 3: Satuan Kerja Balai Bendungan, Procurement Committee, Gedung Pustra Lt. IV, Jl. Sapta Taruna Raya, Kompleks PU, Pasar Jum’at – Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia; Tel/Fax: (62) 21-75908364; E-mail:; Internet:

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