Announcement of Election Period Extension Civil Society Representative
Indonesian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Implementation Team

To provide an opportunity for all stakeholders to participate in the selection of 3 (three) representatives of civil society who will be members of the 2014-2016 EITI Indonesia Implementation Team, the Election Committee appointed by Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia, extends the period of submission of candidates for civil society representatives in the Indonesian EITI Implementation Team until February 23, 2014

Duties and Authority of the EITI Indonesia Implementation Team:

Following Presidential Regulation No. 26 of 2010 concerning Transparency of State Revenues and Regional Revenues Obtained from Extractive Industries, the duties of the Indonesian EITI Implementation Team are:

  1. Prepare a work plan for a period of 3 (three) years;
  2. Develop an EITI reporting template;
  3. Establish the Reconciler;
  4. Perform other activities needed to ensure the implementation of transparency of national and regional revenues from the extractive industries.

Criteria for Prospective Civil Society Representatives in the EITI Implementation Team:

  1. Having experience in activities in civil society organizations for at least 5 (five) years, having integrity, having a good track record, and having a commitment to fight for the interests of civil society on issues related to improving good governance, anti-corruption, transparency and accountability of state finances, as well as matters relating to the management of natural resources, especially the extractive industry sector and other natural resources.
  2. Have adequate knowledge, understanding, and capacity regarding the oil and gas extractive industries and mining, particularly in the following matters: state and regional revenues, transparency aspects and accountability of state / regional finances, practices, regulations, and policies in the oil and gas and mining sectors, and impact analysis social and environmental.
  3. Able to communicate well and be able to speak in public forums, and have analytical and negotiating skills.
  4. Commit to encouraging transparency and accountability in the extractive industry sector through the application of EITI standards.
  5. Commit to carry out the functions and duties as the EITI Indonesia Implementation Team and actively conduct analysis and development of public discourse related to the interests of civil society.
  6. Commit to communicating and building networks and constituencies with the Publish What You Pay Indonesia coalition and broader civil society networks,
  7. There are candidates from extractive producing regions and there are female candidates
  8. Candidates are proposed and supported by at least 3 (three) Civil Society Organizations in Indonesia who are concerned with the issues of good governance, corruption, transparency, accountability of state finances and matters relating to the management of natural resources, particularly the extractive industry sector and natural resources the other.
  9. Follow all stages in the selection of prospective civil society representatives in the EITI implementation team.

Selection Procedure:

  1. Every civil society organization in Indonesia can propose the names of prospective civil society representatives in the EITI Implementation Team, including a letter of support for prospective candidates carried by at least 3 (three) civil society organizations, registration forms, and curriculum vitae
  2. The registration form can be downloaded here.
  3. Submission of names of prospective candidates will be sent via email
    150128 and at cc to secretariat@rrcindonesia/pwyp150128 no later than February 23, 2014 at 24.00 WIB
  4. The Election Committee will verify the requirements and announce the list of prospective candidates on February 26, 2014.
  5. Prospective candidates who have fulfilled the requirements will participate in the Focus Group Discussion (FGD) stage together with an assessment team formed by the Election Committee consisting of the EITI International Board of CSO, PWYP Indonesia, and competent person appointed by the Selection Committee.
  6. The Election Committee announced a permanent candidate list on March 10, 2014.
  7. Candidates continue to submit their vision and mission in a public consultation held by the Election Committee on March 20, 2014
  8. PWYP members (and CSOs outside the PWYP coalition who are interested, by registering their participation) make an election by voting on 3 name choices, each of which has weight. Number choice (1) has weight 3, choice number (2) has weight 2, and number choice (3) has weight 1. Selection is conducted on March 21-26, 2014.
  9. The Election Committee shall calculate and recapitulate the votes, then designate 3 (three) names with the most votes as civil society representatives who will sit on the Indonesian EITI Implementation Team
  10. The Election Committee reports the results of the election to the National Secretariat of PWYP Indonesia, then the National Secretariat of PWYP Indonesia submits the three names of civil society representatives in the Implementation Team to the Chairperson of the Implementation Team through the EITI Secretariat at the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy and makes an announcement to the public
  11. The complete schedule and stages of selection can be seen here
  12. For further information, please contact the Election Committee through Aryanto Nugroho (081326608343) or email: