ITDP is organized by the following mechanisms: (1) preparation; (2) preparation of ITMP; (3) budgeting; (4) implementation, (5) control; and (6) sustainability. All stages require multi-sector and multi-stakeholder collaboration to ensure the development can be integrated and sustainable.
The preparation stage aims to ensure: (a) establishment of the institutions for implementing the project; (b) availability of general guideline and project management manual; (c) stakeholders's understanding of policies, provisions and implementation of the project; (d) readiness of human resources for implementing the project; and (e) readiness of the system needed in the next stage of implementation. The preparation stage is mostly completed in FY 2018 and continued on the next FY if needed.
Preparation of ITMP
The preparation of ITMP stage aims to produce integrated and sustainable tourism development planning in each of the priority tourist destinations agreed upon by all stakeholders. The ITMP includes overall development plan (a 25-years planning period) and detailed development plan (a 5-years planning period) for each of existing key tourism areas and new areas to be developed. The ITMP will be the basis for the development of tourism facilities, supporting infrastructure and other component activities in order to: (a) respond to environmental, social and cultural opportunities and constraints of tourism destinations; and (b) avoid damage to natural wealth and cultural diversity. The preparation of ITMP stage starts in 2018 and must be completed in 2019.
The budgeting stage aims to ensure the availability of the budget to finance activities in accordance with the ITMP. The Coordination Team and CPMU will synchronize the budget from the State Budget, including Grant and Loan (PHLN), Provincial Governments’s APBD, and Regency/City Governments’s APBD. The budgeting stage is conducted in 1 (one) year before the current fiscal year (T-1) according to the APBN / APBD cycle.
The implementation stage aims to realize activities that have been budgeted in DIPA / DIPDA effectively and efficiently in accordance with applicable regulations. The implementation stage is carried out on the current fiscal year in accordance with the cycle of implementation of the APBN / APBD.
The control stage aims to ensure that the project runs according to the goals, objectives, policies and conditions. This stage is carried out continuously through activities: (1) website / management information system; (2) management of public complaints; (3) monitoring; (4) evaluation; and (5) audits.
The sustainability stage is an effort in order that the results of the project can be sustainably beneficial to community.
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- Pedoman Umum P3TB
- Manual Pengelolaan Program (MPP)