Project Title

APEC Ease of Doing Business Multi-Year Project 

Project Year

2011   

Project Number

M EC 01 2011A 

Project Session

Session 3   

Project Type

Multi-Year 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

M EC 01 2011A 

Project Title

APEC Ease of Doing Business Multi-Year Project 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2011 

Project Session

Session 3 

Sponsoring Forum

Economic Committee (EC) 

Topics

Structural Reform 

Committee

Economic Committee (EC) 

Other Fora Involved

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

World Bank.

Proposing Economy(ies)

United States 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Brunei Darussalam; Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; New Zealand; Peru; Philippines; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/12/2011 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2015 

APEC Funding

403,500 

Co-funding Amount

733,780 

Co-funding Percentage

64.52% 

Total Project Value

1,137,280 

Project Proponent Name 1

Ms Emily Fischer (wef 10 October 2014) 

Job Title 1

Foreign Affairs Officer 

Organization 1

US Department of State 

Postal Address 1

2201 C Street NW, Room 5317, Washington, DC 20520 

Telephone 1

1-202 647 2011 

Fax 1

1-202 647 0136 

Email 1

FischerEA@state.gov 

Project Proponent Name 2

Mr Mark Walter (wef 1 July 2016) 

Job Title 2

Chief of Party 

Organization 2

APEC Technical Assistance and Training Facility 

Postal Address 2

35 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore 119616 

Telephone 2

(65) 6891 9600 

Fax 2

(65) 6891 9690 

Email 2

mwalter@nathaninc.com 

Declaration

Ms Emily Fischer and Mr Mark Walter 

Project Summary

The APEC Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) Multi-Year Project (MYP) will facilitate tailored capacity building activities, especially for developing economies, to help APEC achieve its aspirational target of making it 25 percent cheaper, faster, and easier to do business within APEC economies by 2015 with an interim 5 percent improvement by 2011, as measured by the World Bank’s Doing Business indicators. Project components initially will focus on the five EoDB priority areas Ministers identified in 2009: Starting a Business; Getting Credit; Enforcing Contracts; Trading Across Borders; and Dealing with Permits.  Specific activities will include, inter alia:

·        Phase 2 diagnostics. Technical experts conduct focused studies or programs—tailored to an economy’s priority area for improvement—and develop customized, practical recommendations and implementation plans for creating a more favorable business environment in that area.

·
        Implementation assistance. Champion Economies and other willing economies may provide technical assistance for economies wanting to implement reforms recommended in diagnostics, for example, by developing outreach activities to help generate buy-in and support from domestic stakeholders.

·        Stocktake workshops. A workshop at EC1 in 2012 will share best practices and lessons learned to improve future EoDB programs and facilitate the EC’s 2012 APEC Economic Policy Report on EoDB. A 2014 event, possibly at EC2, will identify work remaining toward the 25 percent improvement target by Leaders Week 2015.

Relevance

Implementing activities under the APEC EoDB MYP will contribute to a collective APEC-wide improvement in the ease of doing business and will position APEC to meet by 2015 the aspirational numeric improvement target Ministers and Leaders established in 2009. Advancing APEC’s EoDB work is a central objective of the Economic Committee (EC), which maintains an EoDB Friends of the Chair (FOTC) group—currently led by the United States—to coordinate and take forward core APEC EoDB programs. With the heavy APEC agenda, this MYP will seek to better coordinate and provide support (both technical and financial) among the champion economies so that each is able to assist volunteer APEC member economies across the five EoDB priority areas, and thus work towards achieving the objectives of the EoDB Action Plan and Work Programme. EoDB is cited explicitly as a Rank 1 funding priority.

Objectives

·        Assist economies, particularly developing economies, in identifying and implementing practical improvements to create a more favorable environment for doing business in the priority EoDB areas.
·
        Facilitate information sharing on best practices and implementing EoDB improvements among APEC members and key international organizations, such as the World Bank.


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        Take stock of progress and sustain momentum toward the 25 percent improvement target by 2015.

Multi-Year Approach

APEC’s EoDB Action Plan itself is a multi-year undertaking, first launched in November 2009, building to the 5 percent interim improvement target by 2011, and culminating with the aspirational 25 percent improvement target by 2015.  EoDB champion economies—Hong Kong, China (Phase I activities in 2010 only); Japan; Korea; New Zealand; Singapore; and the United States—have largely self-funded the EoDB activities implemented in 2010 and 2011. Interest in participating in APEC EoDB programs is expanding, particularly by developing economies, and APEC MYP funding is critical to ensuring opportunities for broad, inclusive participation through 2015.

TILF/ASF Justification

Assisting economies, particularly developing economies, in identifying and implementing practical improvements that yield a more favorable business environment is the core focus of APEC's EoDB program and of this MYP. Project overseers will engage developing economy representatives to ensure tailored capacity-building activities and workshop agendas meet developing economy needs. Funding also will be provided for participants from travel-eligible economies to attend the two stock-take workshops 2012 and 2014, which will address capacity-building activities and identify additional gaps.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Implementing Phase 2 diagnostics and follow-on activities will directly benefit businesses operating in or trading with participating economies and will contribute to a collective APEC-wide improvement in the ease of doing business. Public sector participants from APEC member economies, especially from developing economies, will be the direct beneficiaries of the stocktake workshops, although the APEC business community, civil society, academia, consumers, and APEC trading partners also will benefit from a more favorable business environment facilitated by MYP activities.

Dissemination

The results of Phase 2 diagnostics will be shared with all APEC economies, including through detailed written reports or other appropriate means that will be highlighted at EC meetings and posted on the AIMP. The results of workshops and workshop materials also will be available on the AIMP and on the EC's new EoDB webpage for broad and easy access. Updates on APEC’s progress implementing EoDB programs will be reported at least annually via the Economic Committee to Senior Officials and subsequently to APEC Ministers and Leaders. Phase 2 and workshop participants are expected to share project results and with relevant officials and ministries in their economies.  There are no plans to sell outputs arising from the project.

Gender

Project overseers will implement this project in a manner that takes gender considerations into account to ensure that it benefits both men and women and does not disadvantage women. During the planning stages, particularly for the workshops, project overseers will seek to achieve gender balance in the selection of workshop speakers and participants.  During the nomination phase, APEC member economies will be encouraged to select qualified women participants as appropriate. Care will be given to ensure that the workshop and all related administrative details are performed in a gender-neutral manner and in particular, in a manner that does not disadvantage women.  Women, as members of the business community, civil society, academia, and as consumers, will benefit from a more favourable environment for doing business in the region. Tailored capacity-building programs in member economies will engage both men and women with the appropriate expertise.

Work Plan

Phase 2 diagnostics and associated follow-on work will proceed on a rolling basis as APEC economies elect to participate.  Stock-take workshops will be held in 2012 and 2014 to sustain momentum on EoDB programs, further refine capacity-building needs over the course of the MYP, and ensure maximum benefit for APEC economies, especially developing economies. An overview of actions is provided here and specific details, timelines, and outputs are included in the table in section 7.

·        Phase 2 diagnostics and follow-on implementation assistance will be conducted on a rolling basis as economies decide to participate in these programs and as customized work plans are developed in cooperation with relevant champion economies (and subject to available resources). 

·        Stock-take workshop at EC1 in 2012 and EC2 in 2014:  Project overseers will ensure adequate time is allotted to identify speakers and participants, develop the workshop agendas, extend official invitations, confirm meeting arrangements, and compile workshop materials. Project overseers will engage economy representatives, particularly developing economies, to ensure workshop agenda topics benefit each economy. Preparation for the EC1 workshop in 2012 will commence immediately.
In relation to the development of this project proposal, we have assumed that at least one Phase 2 diagnostic will be completed each year (2012 – 2015) in each of the five EoDB priority areas.  This assumption indicates that at minimum five diagnostics will take place each year. However, project overseers recognize the need to be flexible since Phase 2 diagnostics will be conducted on a rolling basis and are subject to the availability of champion economies technical and financial resources. As such, there could be more than five diagnostics completed in a given year of the project or less than five. To put together a concrete annual work plan that will outline the proposed work in each priority area and timeframe of implementation, project overseers propose to work intersessionally with the champion economies to develop an approach/work plan for project activities and to hold a short meeting on the margins of EC 1 in Moscow to discuss in person and finalize a detailed work plan for 2012.  Key to the successful implementation of this project is to better understand each champion economy’s plans to provide Phase 2 diagnostics as well as do a stock-take of APEC economies interested in participating in the Phase 2 diagnostics and follow-on assistance.  Please see section 10 for more information on project management.

Note:

The diagnostic phase is meant to be tailored to each volunteer economy’s needs.  POs have received expressions of interest from 3 developing economies to participate in the Starting a Business Diagnostic Phase in 2012, and POs have also received some interested in the so-called Phase 3 from 1 economy.  However, at the time of drafting the proposal, we have not 100% confirmed participation from these economies. PO’s hope to secure confirmation of participation from 2 economies in the weeks leading up to SOM1 on Phase 2 diagnostics, and one economy for Phase 3.  In terms of the other four EODB priority areas, POs need to receive information from other champion economies (which will be done through the proposed annual work planning process).  They have some information from Singapore regarding their two indicators.  This information will be incorporated into the 2012 annual work plan.  POs still need info from Korea and Japan. Thus at this stage, POs do not have the requested information to provide in a matrix.  It would also be premature to name the interested economies in the proposal since they have not officially confirmed participation.


The idea of developing an annual work plan with the other champion economies is to enhance coordination among the champion economies as well as market the Phase 2 assistance across the five indicators to interested volunteer economies.  The annual work plan will not include targets for improvement since identifying the improvements to be made in a given economy is achieved through the Phase 2 diagnostics.  If Phase 2 diagnostic volunteer economies elect to participate in Phase 3, we could then include such information.  Regardless, the information requested above could be incorporated into the PMP as a way of measuring progress based on the recommendations from Phase 2 activities.

In terms of including the rankings or scorings of the champion economies in each of the priority areas they are responsible for, APEC has already recognized that these economies are in a position to provide capacity building assistance to volunteer economies.  The objective of the APEC EoDB initiative is to stay away from discussing rankings or scorings, but to discuss improvements to frameworks that make it cheaper, faster, and easier to do business in the Asia Pacific.  Thus measurements will not be based on improved rankings (since these will change based on what ALL world economies are doing in a given year) but based on the actual reduction of procedures, time, and cost it takes to do business.  APEC has been very careful not to focus on rankings or scorings.

Risks

Estimated Date

Activity

Output(s)

Risk(s)

Management of Risk(s)

Years 1 and 3

February 2012 (EC 1)

**

2014 (EC 2)

Stock-take workshops

·    Save the date issued ·    Draft agenda developed ·    Speakers invited and confirmed; program established ·    Invitations issued ·    Workshop materials developed

·    Workshop implemented 

·  Delays in agenda development ·  Delays in the issuance of the formal invitation to participants. ·  Unavailability of preferred speakers ·  Delay in collecting workshop materials, e.g., presentations. ·  Participants/speakers cancel at last minute

·  Project overseers change during the MYP implementation 

·  Work closely with champion economies to develop a notional agenda which will then be shared with EC and CTI. ·  Work closely with champion economies and co-sponsors to identify and confirm speakers. ·  POs will ensure timely issuance of invitation and work closely with speakers to ensure timely submission of workshop materials

·  There are two POs, so personnel changes will hopefully never require 2 new POs at one time.  Effective record-keeping, engagement with the champion economies, and the development of a PMP (see below) will help for a seamless transition.

Years 1, 2, 3, 4

Jan – Dec 2012 – 2014

**

Jan – April 2015

Phase 2 Diagnostics

In 2012 – 2014, a minimum of 5 APEC economy Phase 2 diagnostics each calendar year

In 2015, 2-3 diagnostics based on progress and existing needs

·     Identify volunteer economies ·     Draft scopes of work ·     Identify experts to undertake diagnostics ·     Conduct stakeholder meetings ·     Draft diagnostic / recommendations ·     Present findings to stakeholders; receive feedback

·     Finalize diagnostic

·  Lack of coordination with champion economies ·  Lack of interest by APEC economies to access diagnostic capacity building ·  Delays in finding qualified experts ·  Lack of self funded  resources

·  Delays in finalizing diagnostic

·  Development of a steering committee comprised of the champion economies to ensure effective coordination of capacity building efforts. ·  Steering committee should discuss outreach efforts to potential participating economies and follow up regularly with economies that have expressed interest.

·  Developing an annual work plan across all five priority areas should help champion economies manage timing of diagnostics and resources

Mar – Dec 2012

**

Jan – Dec 2013 – 2014

**

Jan – June 2015

Follow-on implementation (or Phase 3)

·     Identify volunteer economies ·     Draft scopes of work for follow-on activity ·     Identify experts ·     Provide capacity building assistance

·     Final output will vary

·  Lack of coordination with champion economies ·  Lack of interest by APEC economies to access diagnostic capacity building ·  Delays in identifying the scope of the follow-on implementation work

·  Lack of self funded  resources

·  Development of a steering committee comprised of the champion economies to ensure effective coordination of capacity building efforts. ·  Steering committee should discuss outreach efforts to potential participating economies and follow up regularly with economies that have expressed interest.

·  Developing an annual work plan across all five priority areas should help champion economies manage timing of diagnostics and resources

Monitoring and Evaluation

Project overseers, as well as the EC’s EoDB FOTC, will regularly monitor the progress and impacts of activities under the APEC EoDB MYP, including by reviewing annual World Bank Doing Business indicators and discussing MYP activities.  Project overseers will collect feedback from participants in all EoDB Multi-Year Project activities, such as through tailored evaluation forms after workshops and direct consultations upon the completion of Phase 2 activities. For the workshops, project overseers will design and distribute an evaluation at the end of each workshop, taking care to build time into the agenda before the conclusion of the program for completion.  The evaluation will combine a mixture of rating scale (1-6) and open ended questions to provide project overseers with feedback on the substantive program and on organization and logistics. The evaluation also will seek input on ideas for follow-on capacity-building activities that will help APEC members, particularly developing economies, meet EoDB improvement goals.

Because this project will address issues across the five EODB priority areas, it will require cooperation and coordination among all of the Champion Economies.  As such, project overseers will develop a performance monitoring plan (PMP) that aligns with the proposed EoDB MYP work plan to help monitor and evaluate how the project is meeting its intended objectives. Shortly after official approval is received, project overseers will develop a draft PMP to share with champion economies. The PMP will include objectives, expected results and indicators upon will to monitor and evaluate project progress. The PMP should embody a dynamic process that facilitates management of the program elements, periodic review and mid-course corrections if needed.  Information gathered will include a number of elements, including stakeholder feedback and policy changes adopted and will be collected through stakeholder meetings, stock-take workshops, the diagnostics, and during additional implementation assistance (e.g., study tours, development of road maps to implement reforms, etc.)

Ultimately, the qualitative and quantitative assessment of APEC's progress toward the 25 percent improvement target by 2015 will measure this project's success.

Linkages

Other fora: What role will they play in the planning and implementation of the project? How will they share in the benefits? Several fora in addition to the EC are working to promote EoDB initiatives, including the Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI)—which leads Trading Across Borders work—the Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG), the Sub Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP), and the Agricultural Technical Cooperation Working Group (ATCWG). Strengthening coordination among these fora through EoDB MYP activities will contribute to APEC’s overall success in making it cheaper, faster, and easier to do business in the region. 

Non-APEC stakeholders: What role will external stakeholders play in the planning and implementation of the project? How will they share in the benefits? APEC will continue its collaboration with the World Bank-IFC on EoDB, and the World Bank-IFC will be invited to participate in the stock take workshops and other activities as appropriate.  We also will continue to coordinate economy-level assistance with existing donors already working on these issues on a bilateral or regional basis. Indirect beneficiaries include the APEC business community, civil society, academia, consumers, and APEC trading partners that benefit from a more favorable environment to do business. Workshop events are open to all 21 member economies, with funding provided for participants from travel-eligible economies to attend.  Project overseers will engage economy representatives, particularly developing economies, to ensure workshop agenda topics benefit each economy.  At the diagnostic and economy level implementation assistance stages, experts often work very closely with government agencies responsible for developing, implementing, and enforcing policies and regulations related to EoDB.  In addition, experts are keenly aware that a broader constituency needs to be involved in reform efforts to help build domestic support for the intended outcomes.  Often it is non-government stakeholders that are in the best position to provide valuable input on how current or proposed policies/regulations might affect their livelihoods, making consultations and outreach during each phase of economy-level assistance important.

Previous work:
How does this project build on, rather than duplicate, previous or ongoing initiatives in APEC or other organisations?
This MYP builds directly on previous activities implemented by APEC EoDB Champion Economies, including successful Phase 1 overview seminars in each of the priority areas held in 2010 and initial Phase 2 activities currently underway in Starting a Business, Enforcing Contracts, and Getting Credit.  APEC MYP funds will support the expansion of Phase 2 and follow-on capacity-building activities. Project proponents will ensure that consultants conducting economy-level diagnostics meet with a range of stakeholders during in-economy meetings, including bilateral and multilateral donors to avoid duplication of efforts and discuss what has and has not worked in the past.

APEC’s comparative advantage: Why is APEC the best source of funds for this project? APEC is the best source of funds because activities under the MYP will contribute directly to helping all APEC members, particularly developing members, meet the call from APEC leaders for a 25 percent improvement in the ease of doing business in the APEC region by 2015.  APEC's efforts complement the work of other organizations, such as the World Bank and IFC as well as bilateral development agencies, and serve as a multiplier in promoting on-the-ground improvements in the business environments of APEC member economies.

Note:

WB-IFC does do work in some APEC member economies and in past diagnostics, e.g., in Indonesia, POs have been sensitive to coordinating with the WB-IFC to ensure efforts are not duplicated.  Because we do not have a confirmed list of volunteer economies for future diagnostic work, it would take quite a bit of effort to find out what they are doing in each APEC economy.  Not sure how the ILO fits into the mix.  To date we have not encountered ILO focus on EODB related material.  If reviewers know of specific example and can share it would be appreciated.  In doing the due diligence for Starting a Business diagnostics we survey with the volunteer economy any other donor work that may be taking place.

Project Management

As mentioned above, this project is a bit complex as the project is designed so that it can implement diagnostics and follow-on implementation activities in each of the five EODB priority areas; areas that are managed by different champion economies. 

       Starting a Business:  United States and New Zealand        Getting Credit: Japan        Enforcing Contracts: Korea        Trading Across Borders: Singapore        Dealing with Permits: Singapore

To date, many of the champion economies have carried out, or are planning to implement Phase 2 diagnostics in volunteer APEC economies.  The success of this project hinges on the ability of the champion economies to closely coordinate with one another.  We are therefore proposing that project management include the creation of a steering committee which will consist of the champion economies. 

The purpose of the steering committee will be discuss and coordinate Phase 2 and follow-on implementation activities in a group.  Discussions will include the use of the APEC co-funding amount allotted each year of the MYP.  Based on steering committee discussions, an annual work plan for EoDB capacity building activities across all five priority areas will be developed (and aligned with the PMP). The steering committee can hold short in-person meetings on the margins of EC meetings to touch base, monitor progress, and plan for future activities.  The annual work plan will include timing of proposed workshops if any, Phase 2 diagnostics according to priority area and volunteer economy, and other implementation assistance (so-called Phase 3) if any, as well as the champion economy leading the efforts.

There are no financial responsibilities required for any of the co-sponsors.  Since co-sponsors include champion economies as well as some of the participating Phase 2 economies, we would anticipate that they would want to be involved in shaping the stock-take workshop agendas as well as actively participate in any additional Phase 2 or follow-on activities. Participation by APEC economies is on a volunteer basis.  To engage relevant APEC fora, POs envision the possibility of offering short presentations on the EODB MYP as well as inviting those fora to attend the stock-take workshops.

There are two project overseers managing this MYP.  By having two POs, it will provide a seamless transition should there be a PO change during the life of the project.  This will also provide consistency to the steering committee if there is a change in steering committee representatives.  

Note:

The project is managed by TATF and EAP/EP.  If and when TATF closes its project, EAP/EP and TATF will ensure that EAP/EP manages the project effectively.

Sustainability

Improvements in APEC economies' business environments facilitated by the MYP will have lasting benefits for strengthening regional economic integration and expanding trade. As the MYP progresses and the existing APEC EoDB Action Plan draws to a close in 2015, the EC—through its EoDB FoTC and in consultation with other stakeholders—will consider and make recommendations to Senior Officials on how APEC can further advance EoDB work.  The stocktake workshop in 2014 and a qualitative and qualitative assessment of APEC's performance against the 25 percent improvement target by 2015 will play key roles in determining APEC's next steps on EoDB after 2015.  The EC also is likely to consider the feasibility of expanding the priority areas included in APEC's EoDB program to encompass a greater range of Word Bank Doing Business indicators as a basis for future work.

Project Overseers

Ms. Victoria Waite is a Principal Associate in the Trade and Investment Group at Nathan Associates.  Her current assignment, she is the Chief of Party of the U.S. funded APEC Technical Assistance and Training Facility, which is designed to support APEC and the APEC Secretariat in furthering regional economic integration, support the Bogor Goals of free and open trade, and help APEC become a more strategically managed regional institution.  Ms. Waite has successfully managed and/or implemented several technical assignments, including half a dozen workshops for APEC fora.

Ms. Joy Hughes is a Foreign Affairs Officer in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs Office of Economic Policy at the U.S. Department of State. She serves as the United States' focal point for ANSSR and coordinates APEC's Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) activities through the EC's friends of the chair group on EoDB.

Cost Efficiency

This project offers APEC the maximum value for money because it builds on a proven track record of successful APEC capacity-building activities on EoDB and schedules stock-take workshops to be held on the margins of EC meetings to generate cost efficiencies and maximize attendance, including by attracting delegates to other APEC fora.

Drawdown Timetable

Nil.

Direct Labour

Direct labour will include expert consultants that are engaged to undertake Phase 2 diagnostic and/or follow-on implementation assistance in an identified volunteer APEC economy.  Detailed scopes of work (SOW) will be drafted and experts will be expected to adhere to the SOW deliverables.  Because these activities are tailored to each volunteer APEC economy and may vary in size and scope it is almost impossible to give total hours per activity at this point.  As mention above, project overseers, through the Steering Committee, propose to develop annual work plans to coordinate among the champion economies across the five priority areas.  As the annual work plans take shape, project overseers will also be able to provide more detailed budget information as requested under direct labour.  Project overseers will work closely with the APEC Program Director and Program Executive to ensure that direct labour is contracted correctly and in a fair and transparent manner.

Waivers

Stock-take Workshops

A waiver is requested to permit the use of approved project funds to provide travel and per diem assistance to a maximum of two active participants from travel-eligible APEC member economies.  A waiver is also requested to permit the use of approved project funds to provide travel and per diem assistance to seminar speakers drawn from international organizations or APEC member governments. Advance payment may be requested by both participants and speakers.

Phase 2 Diagnostics and Follow-on Implementation Activities

Due to some self-funded funding constraints, and as there is a finite number of experts available to undertake some of the proposed diagnostics or follow-on implementation assistance, project overseers are requesting a waiver to contract expert staff from same organization if project overseers are unable to find a suitable and available qualified expert from outside the organization. Before such a request is made, project overseers will document the justification for the waiver.

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