Language Required :English and Indonesia
Duration of Contract :35 days
Working Period :September to October 2020
Management Systems International (MSI), a Tetra Tech Company, is a Washington, D.C. metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. From a humble beginning more than three decades ago, we have grown in size and technical expertise – now with a global network of experts in their fields including monitoring and evaluation (M&E), institutional development, public sector management, governance and anti-corruption. MSI has implemented projects in 90 countries across the world such as Jordan, Kenya, Indonesia, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Colombia and Mexico. As one of the leading companies in our field, we have partnered with organizations across all sectors of international development to support clients ranging from large bilateral and multilateral donors such as USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program, to national and local governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks, foundations and universities. For more information on MSI, please visit our website atwww.msiworldwide.com.
Indonesia is making efforts to combat corruption and build transparent and effective government institutions by undertaking various measures, one of which is strengthening internal control systems. Internal control lies at the core of integrity management. Internal controls require a high degree of independence and professionalism to function effectively. A lack of independence continues to make internal integrity management difficult.
The Inspectorate General (IG) of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia seeks to improve hospitals’ internal auditors and management capability to strengthen their risk management by implementing risk registering and risk mitigation at the hospital level. Following the issuing of Ministry of Health Regulation (Permenkes) 25/2019, each hospital under the Ministry of Health was given responsibility to comply with risk management and to work closely with the IG of the Ministry of Health to develop and monitor its risk register and risk mitigation to improve accountability, transparency and health services.
After several discussions with the IG of the Ministry of Health, the IG has agreed to use Corruption Vulnerability Assessments (CVA), including a risk register and risk mitigation template based on ISO 31000 on risk management, as a tool to assess systems, processes and procedures to determine vulnerability to fraud and corruption and formulate mitigation and corruption prevention measures within hospitals. Hence, USAID CEGAH is keen to support the IG of the Ministry of Health by facilitating CVA online coaching sessions for six hospitals in selected regions to improve the practice of risk management and overall corruption prevention in public hospitals.
· To conduct risk corruption identification and mitigation (vulnerability assessment (CVA)) online coaching sessions based on ISO 31000 as a tool to detect fraud for selected public hospitals.
· To improve the capacity of six selected hospitals in managing corruption risk within their organization.
Task and Responsibilities:
In order to achieve the objectives, the consultant, who will work in cooperation with the IG of the Ministry Health and under the overall supervision of USAID CEGAH, shall:
· Conduct preparation for the CVA coaching session for six public hospitals in selected regions.
· Review the risk register and risk mitigation processes of the six selected hospitals.
· Attend and evaluate online consultation sessions with six selected public hospitals.
· Provide verbal and written feedback as well as relevant recommendations on their corruption risk register and risk mitigation documents.
· Work closely with the USAID CEGAH team and the IG of the Ministry Health to coach six public hospital SPIs (Internal Control Units) & management in selected regions on corruption risk identification and mitigation within the public hospitals.
The consultant must:
· Produce one set of presentation materials for the refresher session. (1 day)
· Review risk register and risk mitigation documents of six selected public hospitals. (10 days)
· Produce a written recommendation and report on corruption risk management monitoring and evaluation for each relevant hospital, A total of six recommendation reports. (12 days)
· Attend, evaluate and provide verbal feedback in the CVA coaching sessions online with six public hospitals. (8 days)
· Produce one final report and a set of recommendations for improvement towards CVA/risk management training for USAID CEGAH and the IG of the Ministry of Health. (4 days)
— At least ten years’ experience working in a public health sector and specific experience in the developing of public health governance, corruption prevention,
— Experience in facilitating government initiative, and liaison with the government.
— Experience in conducting a lecture, training, seminar and assistance/consultation with participants from ministries/institutions.
Interested candidatesmust send theirCVto[email protected]no later thanAugust 16, 2020.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.