Project Title

Capacity Building on ISO/IEC 17024 Certification of Persons to Support People-to-People Connectivity and Talent Mobility in the APEC Region 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

SCSC 05 2018A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SCSC 05 2018A 

Project Title

Capacity Building on ISO/IEC 17024 Certification of Persons to Support People-to-People Connectivity and Talent Mobility in the APEC Region 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Connectivity 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

80,000 

Co-funding Amount

10,000 

Total Project Value

90,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC) 

Topics

Conformance; Standards 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Malaysia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Japan; Philippines; Singapore 

Expected Start Date

12/11/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/08/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Fadilah Bte Baharin 

Job Title 1

Director General 

Organization 1

Department of Standards Malaysia, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation 

Postal Address 1

Level 1 & 2, Block 2300, Century Square, Jalan usahawan 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia 

Telephone 1

(60-3) 83187788 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

fadilah@jsm.gov.my 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Fadilah Bte Baharin 

Project Summary

Personnel certification has become an important element in verifying the competence of an increasingly mobile and global workforce, underscoring the value of industry-recognized credentials that can be carried across domestic borders. This project aims to develop human capital, build the capacity of industries, standard practitioners and policy-makers through a workshop based on ISO/IEC17024. The in-depth understanding of this international standard is crucial in formulating a futuristic framework that promotes talent, skilled labor and business travel mobility of APEC member economies by providing public confidence on business services excellence. 

It will contribute to the strengthening of APEC economies by increasing the quality of the human capital, harmonization of occupational competence and training standards, increase mobility and job opportunities of people and cultivating future jobs creation. It also aims to enrich women leadership that drive the innovation of human capital revolution, to shift the global economic landscape that will be inherited by the future generation.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: In the APEC Leaders’ 2015 Declaration, APEC Leaders have emphasized the importance of investment in human capital through the development of skills that industry needs to effectively contribute to the next phase of the economic growth. On People-to-People Connectivity, much work needs to be done to ease existing barriers to interaction and mobility, and to develop joint endeavor that will support seamless flows of people. Progress towards freer mobility of work force has been challenging due to complex economies’ regulatory and licensing regimes especially in highly regulated professions, such as doctors, engineers, lawyers etc. Therefore, more emphasis should be given on developing and implementing personnel certification in less regulated sectors such as skilled workers, technicians, beauty and wellness specialists, food safety experts, tourism and hospitality personnel etc., based on internationally recognized standards and best practices. In this regard, accreditation of personnel certification body that is based on one single international standard has become an important element of verifying the competence of a mobile and global workforce, underscoring the value of industry-recognized credentials that can be carried across every economies’ border. The international standard, ISO/IEC 17024 Conformity Assessment - General Requirements for Bodies Operating Certification of Persons, is a standard for certification bodies that provide personnel certification programmes and it is also used by accreditation bodies to assess the competency of a particular certification body. The use of this standard across economies will help to protect the integrity and validity of certification programmes in a variety of occupations. It allows for reciprocity within APEC member economies for recognition of certified individuals and certification bodies. 

ISO/IEC 17024 will be the key enabler for APEC’s social and economic integration, by providing a key framework that is applicable to all sectors of interest. The standard provides a global benchmark for personnel certification programmes to ensure that they operate in a consistent, comparable and reliable manner worldwide, thereby allowing individuals to have skills that translate across APEC member economies. It will also promote consumer and public confidence in the capabilities and competence of the people who provide specialised services or who create the products that support our daily lives and livelihoods. Since the issue of talent mobility cuts across many fora, this project supports the many key APEC themes and priorities across many levels, namely APEC 2016 Leaders’ Declaration - Regional Economic Integration and Quality Growth: Towards the Modernization of MSMEs in the Asia-Pacific; and Developing Human Capital; APEC Viet Nam Priorities 2017 - Deepening Regional Economic Integration; CTI key priorities for 2017 -facilitating services trade. 

Relevance – Eligibility: The project is relevant to the People-to-People Connectivity, including facilitating the freer movement of people across borders, and the exchange of innovative ideas, such as issues of business travel mobility, cross-border education, talent and skilled labor mobility. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The establishment of talent mobility, social innovation and personnel quality through ISO/IEC 17024 will enable participants to stay competitive and relevant as APEC moves towards strengthening its human assets to enhance business services excellence, especially for MSMEs. This project also addresses the importance of empowering women in the economy and inclusive growth, as the project overseer is a woman, the proponent team comprise of women members, and a strongly encouraged participation from women.

Objectives

The objectives of this project are to:

1) ensure workshop participants will be able to comprehend the ISO/IEC 17024 and its application in different organisations, e.g. industry/practitioners/professionals (including MSMEs), certification bodies, accreditation bodies and regulatory agencies;

2) increase knowledge and to build capacity in the implementation of ISO/IEC 17024 through sharing of experience by APEC member economies that have successfully implemented the standard in various sectors. Participating economies may identify areas of common interest based on the sharing of experience; and

3) supplement the insight on current megatrends challenges, in particular the creative destruction of human capital development linked with the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This project was developed in response to the:

·  People-to-people Connectivity under the APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015-2025;

·   Strengthening innovation capacities and competitiveness of MSMEs and MSMEs insertion in GVCs;

·   Enhancing Labour Mobility in the APEC region project endorsed by APEC HRDWG, 2015;

·   The 6th APEC Education Ministerial Meeting (6AEMM) held on 5 – 6 October 2016 in Peru. This project will contribute to the initiative of professional and skilled labor mobility, allowing businesses within the region to have more certainty over the skill sets of workers from other economies; and

·   As a follow through to the CTI 04 2013T – Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (MLA) Readiness Project in Person Certification held on22 – 24 April 2014 in Indonesia 

Alignment – Forum: This project is aligned with the SCSC work plan focusing on harmonized standards and conformance procedures to improve the efficiency of production as well as facilitate international trade, which aim to achieve increased trade flows, reduced costs and greater integration of production networks. It is also in support of  APEC’s  2014  Rank  1 priority of promoting regional economic integration via free, open trade and investment through standards, conformity assessment, technical regulation and regulatory cooperation.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:      

Draft programme: Cross-fora online investigation will be carried out with co-sponsors’ support and will determine an outline for the project. This will include engagements with the international related organisations such as ISO and IEC, regulators, private sectors and relevant agencies.

Survey Report:  A survey will be conducted on the implementation of ISO/IEC 17024 in each APEC member economy, through all the related sub-fora, namely SCSC, HRDWG, and GOS. A survey response of 50% from a sample size of 63 (21 member economies x 3 sub fora) is set as the target.

The monitoring plan for the survey feedback is as such:

a)  the survey will be designed in a concise and easily understandable format, and 3 months will be provided for member economies in all 3 sub-fora to answer the survey  (January – February 2019).

b)  if there is still poor response received, the Project Overseer will report this situation to the SCSC, HRDWG and GOS Program Director and survey re-circulation to all sub-fora delegates will be requested (March 2019).

c)  Should this fail to provide the desired results, the Project Overseer will establish direct communication with the SCSC delegates who have not provided their response, in order to ask for their cooperation in replying the survey (April 2019).

The result will be analysed by May 2019 and presented during the workshop. It is also used as a source of input for the finalization of the draft programme.

Progress report: Since this project starts in October 2018, APEC SCSC members will be updated on the progress of this project, The first report is expected to be tabled at APEC SCSC 1 in 2019.

Workshop: It will be a 3-day workshop to be held in 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. APEC economies will share their experience on ISO/IEC 17024 and its applications from their perspective, as well as their experience in its implementation in various sectors. Member economies using ISO/IEC 17024 will be invited to share their experiences. In addition, representatives from APEC Specialist Regional Bodies such as International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (PAC) will be invited to explain about the standard and its practical applications, with the Electrical and Electronics (E & E) sector as an example. The reason for this sector being selected is because it is a pioneer sector in personnel certification using ISO/IEC 17024. It has a very structured scheme of which applicable as a basis to guide other sectors and represent the majority of all sector that are using ISO/IEC 17024. Besides, the other sectors are relatively new and it has a growing demand to qualify personnel competency through a single international standard. Other identified sectors will also be presented during the workshop such as beauty science and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). Also, active participation from the following APEC forum will be sought: Group on Services (GOS) and Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) as these APEC fora are related to the topic of the project and their participation is important to get cross-fora outcomes. Local participants from related sectors will also be invited to participate following APEC registration procedures. 

In order to enrich women leadership, the workshop will be designed in such a way that one of the sectors identified is beauty science in which it is largely driven by women. For instance, women constitute the majority of establishment ownership in the industry. The identified presenters for the workshop also consists of prominent women figures in different sectors including CEO of Personnel Certification Body for Beauty Science and the Convenor of ISO/CASCO/WG 42. Apart from that, there is a session in tentative draft programme to discuss on Jobs of the Future & Women Inclusiveness and it will be presented by a woman, the CEO of Science Academy Malaysia. 

Workshop Materials: Presentations and papers from the workshop will be distributed to all participants. The materials would also be uploaded in the APEC Meeting Document Database website to be accessible to all SCSC members as well as the members of related fora, such as GOS and HRDWG. In addition, the resources will be shared in Standards Malaysia’s website (www.jsm.gov.my) in order to disseminate it to workshop participants and other relevant institutions, bodies and stakeholders that are unable to attend the workshop. 

Recommendations: Recommendations for future work will be prepared as part of the report guided by the discussions/results of the workshop.  The project overseer will also survey and compile feedback from participants, especially input related to possible areas for future capacity-building activities. The next steps may include identifying sectors of common interest of APEC member economies to work on and coming up with a possible framework on talent mobility using ISO/IEC 17024 as a basis. 

Final Report: A minimum 20-page electronic report that will be available to all economies will be developed at the end of the workshop.  It will contain the conference agenda, materials/presentations and recommendations as an outcome of the workshop. These materials will be e-mailed to participants and will be made available in the APEC website. In addition, this report will tabled during APEC SCSC 2 in 2019. 

Outcomes: There will be an increased understanding of the international standard ISO/IEC 17024 and its potential applications in personnel certification, leading to greater awareness and use of accredited conformity assessment in achieving APEC priorities on people-to-people connectivity, talent mobility and increased trade between member economies. 

Participants will have increased knowledge from both a policy perspective and a technical perspective about the use of ISO/IEC 17024 on recognition of personnel competence as a policy tool to achieve regulatory coherence and trade facilitation. In addition, accreditation bodies, certification bodies, regulators and industry players of APEC member economies can share knowledge and adopt best practices from their peers where there is compatibility in their economy situations. Participants can also use the specific outputs mentioned above as an outcome of the workshop to engage policy makers and disseminate information to colleagues in their respective economies. 

Beneficiaries: The major beneficiaries are public policy makers, standards and accreditation bodies, industry stakeholders, educators, professionals, consultants, C-level executives and directors who are interested in advancing the capacity in human capital development and establishing networks in regional markets. Women are also set to benefit from this project as APEC traveling eligible economies are strongly encouraged to nominate one female participant each. The channels used to reach out these different targets will be specified via invitation to their contact points. Other APEC or international fora such as PAC, IAF, ISO and IEC may also be used to reach them.

Dissemination

The number, form and content of any publications: The outputs of the project will be disseminated through electronic copies of the workshop materials (i.e. the various workshop presentations and best practice examples) to the participants via email and on the online platforms such as APEC website and PO’s website (www.jsm.gov.my). In addition to these, the participants are also expected to disseminate the workshop information and materials to the stakeholders within their economies. The materials will also be available on the APEC and Standards Malaysia’s websites as online references, and links to these pages may be made from relevant APEC website pages. The Final Report will be published as an APEC publication and will be made available on APEC website as appropriate in keeping with the APEC Project Guidelines (refer item 15).

The target audience:  The target audience would include public policy makers, standards and accreditation bodies, industry stakeholders, educators, professionals, consultants, C-level executives and directors, as well as representatives of trade associations.

Any intention to sell outputs arising from this project: There is no intention to sell the outputs arising from this project. Member economies will be encouraged to disseminate results of the project with their respective agencies and business communities through their websites.

Gender

Women are highly involved in the inception and implementation of this project, since the Project Overseer is a woman and the project organising committee comprise of a majority of women. In addition, women participation in the workshop is highly encouraged, where we target 40% women participation for both the speakers and participants.. We commit to collecting sex disaggregated data to be measured as indicators and to be included in the project completion report. In addition, we have also dedicated a special topic on gender inclusiveness through a topic entitled ‘Future Impact: Cultivating job creations and women participation’, which will discuss underrepresentation of women in certain sectors. The Project Overseer will ensure that implementation of this project will be conducted in a manner that takes special consideration of gender issues into account, to ensure that it benefits both men and women and does not disadvantage women. As a whole, this proposal is relevant to two of the five areas identified by as priorities by the APEC Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy for promoting women’s economic empowerment including: Access to Markets, and Skills and Capacity Building.

Work Plan

Key Activities

Time

Output

Explanatory Notes

Formation of the programme and other initial discussion meeting

Venue and administrative arrangement

Preparation of the agenda and identification of resource persons

October – December 2018

 Draft Programme.

Cross-fora online investigation will be carried out with co-sponsors’ support and will determine a baseline for the Project

Development and distribution of survey with the assistance of SCSC Program Director to APEC forums related to this project

January 2019

Survey designed and distributed

It is expected to have at least one survey result per economy

Progress report presentation in SCSC 1

February 2019

Progress report

PO will make a progress report in SCSC 1 – 2019 which will be held in Chile

Collection and analysis of survey (ex-ante evaluation)

March – May 2019

Survey report

Data collected will be analyzed and compiled together with Final Report.

Selection of experts as speakers based on survey results from APEC economies

Issue invitations to the workshop

May 2019

Final draft programme

Invitation letter

Event website and online registration portal

To ensure cross-fora participation, invitations will be issued to SCSC, SMEWG, GOS, ABAC and HRDWG through SCSC PD.

Close coordination with SCSC PD for dissemination of the workshop to guarantee a high level participation in the workshop.

Organizing a workshop

23 – 25 July 2019

Workshop conducted

Workshop outcome dissemination

Presentation on project update in SCSC 2

Drafting, endorsement and submission of the Completion Report and all supporting documents to the Secretariat

August 2019

October 2019

Workshop (presentation materials, list of participants)

Workshop dissemination to SCSC, PPSTI, SMEWG, ABAC and HRDWG

To include feedback received from SCSC, PPSTI, SMEWG, ABAC and HRDWG.

PO will present the update in SCSC 2 – 2019 which will be held in Chile

Submission of Final Report

December 2019

Final  report

To deliver Final Report of the project to the secretariat

Submission of Completion Report

February 2020

To submit Completion Report (inclusive of Final Report) of the project to the secretariat

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

May – November 2020

Conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects.

Risks

The possible risks that the project would face are: 

1) Low interest in participation or in using results: Economies could be uninterested in participating in the workshop or in applying best practices and experiences shared in the workshop. Project Overseer will coordinate closely with SCSC members and relevant stakeholders from APEC member economies to ensure project interest and relevance of the project content and workshop agenda. Co-sponsors’ and SRBs support will be required to give feedback on the project deliverables and to advice Project Overseer in which member economy should be involved more in the project. Also, feedback from SMEWG, ABAC and HRDWG will be requested through SCSC Program Director, and to encourage their participation in the project. In addition, funding will be available for eligible economies. In order to ensure participation from these members, clear guidelines will be given and relevance of project topic will be of significant consideration. Early preparation and list B of participants will also help ensure that capacity building of developing economies is achieved. To tackle the low utilization of results/project materials, clear guidance will also be given on how to apply the information and who to target as users of the such materials as it is crucial. 

2) Poor survey feedback: Only a few member economies respond to the survey. The survey will be designed in a concise and easily understandable format, and ample time will be provided for member economies to answer the survey. If there is still poor response received, the Project Overseer will report this situation to the SCSC Program Director and survey re-circulation to SCSC delegates will be requested. Should this fail to provide the desired results, the Project Overseer will establish direct communication with the SCSC delegates who have not provided their response, in order to ask for their cooperation in replying the survey. 

3) Duplication of work of other APEC and non-APEC fora: APEC previous work on this topic has been clearly identified, which provides a basis for this proposed project. Ongoing consultations with members of SCSC, SMEWG, GOS, ABAC, HRDWG and SRBs (through SCSC Program director) will help to avoid work duplication done by APEC or any other stakeholders. 

4) Lack of planning or untimely preparation causing delays: A work plan has been established to monitor the progress of the project, in order to avoid delays or untimely preparation in the project. A deadline will be set for each activity and the Project Overseer will monitor compliance to the target date. The Project Overseer will work closely with member economies to ensure timely submission of survey inputs, attendance confirmation, workshop materials and other relevant documentation. In addition, the project is being planned and managed by personnel experienced in event management and planning, have checklists and strict internal deadlines to ensure all aspects are covered in the plan within a suitable timeframe.

Monitoring and Evaluation

A number of criteria will be used for monitoring and evaluation, in order to assess achievement of the project objectives. Stakeholder feedback is the main criteria, which is obtained through ex-ante and ex-post surveys that will be developed and distributed to all stakeholders in all member economies. Firstly an ex-ante survey will be disseminated, collected and analysed, which is monitored as per monitoring plan stated under Outputs section. An indicator set for this is a response target of 50% of the survey sample size. Subsequently, an ex-post survey will be circulated. This evaluation survey will include questions relevant to the workshop, participants, speakers, host, recommendations, etc. The results of the evaluation survey will be utilised to determine possible follow-up phases to include more stakeholders. The project overseer will also monitor number of website hits which will be in the programme information database. Progress report to APEC SCSC will be used to provide updates on the project progression, costing, objectives, outcomes, impact on women, and challenges of the project etc. 

Other indicators will include achievement of project milestones; adherence to the approved budget; the development and ongoing dissemination the event materials; successful completion of the actual events; and statistics in relation to the numbers and gender of participants.

Linkages

This project will provide APEC and non-APEC stakeholders the opportunity of leveraging on improving talent mobility, connectivity and facilitating access to regional and global market to address current megatrends challenges, in particular the creative destruction of human capital development linked with the 4th Industrial Revolution. This project will also support ecosystem of other fora such as SMEWG and HRDWG. The Proposal will be disseminated to these relevant forums for their comments, and invite their participation to this project in the form of participants and co-sponsoring. 

Other APEC stakeholders that will be invited to attend the workshop will include other APEC fora that facilitate the acceptance of personnel certification (ABAC, AD, CD, GOS, EWG, FSCF as SCSC’s sub-group, MAG, TELWG and HRDWG) as well as APEC-SCSC Specialist Regional Bodies (PAC, IEC, ISO and PASC).  It is anticipated the awareness raising at the first event will reaffirm understanding of ISO/IEC 17024 personnel certification standard as a useful policy tool for people-to-people connectivity and talent mobility, and will also result in identifying new opportunities for future cross-collaboration between APEC fora.

Sustainability

How will beneficiaries be supported to carry forward the results and lessons from the project?

The beneficiaries will be supported to carry forward the results and lessons from the project through several means:

i)  Collection and analysis of survey (ex-ante evaluation) will be utilized to measure knowledge gain;

ii)  Final completion report will be disseminated to all participants, for their dissemination to their domestic stakeholders;

iii)   Post-workshop survey to analyse increased knowledge and understanding about the use of ISO/IEC 17024 on recognition of personnel competence as a policy tool to achieve regulatory coherence and trade facilitation; as well as to analyse adoption of best practices in specific sectors;

iv)  Facilitate adoption of ISO/IEC 17024 in established sectors between APEC member economies through bilateral or multilateral engagements.

This project will also support ecosystem of SCSC and other fora such as the Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI), the Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG), and the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC), SCE and HRDWG.

After project completion, what are the possible next steps to build on its outputs and outcomes, how to ensure these future actions will take place and how will next steps be tracked?

After project completion, engagement between SCSC and SRBs will be undertaken to increase capacity of member economies in implementing personnel certification, through strengthening of their quality infrastructure and ecosystem.  This will be done through training programmes by relevant bodies such as APAC (Asia-Pacific Accreditation Cooperation), ISO and IEC.

The post-implementation actions are critical to sustainability and other possible next steps that will likely take place are maintenance of project outputs such as websites, databases and research after project completion, and engagement of stakeholders: relationships developed that can carry project objectives forward. The workshop materials will be available for use by participants, economies, stakeholders and beneficiaries long after the project has been completed, through its availability as a handout document and online at no cost on the APEC Publication Database.

The foreseeable actions on this area may lead to a study on talent mobility potentials in APEC member economies. References, presentations, and recommendations from this workshop may form good basis. The outcomes and recommendations of this Workshop may be used as the input for future projects/ studies in other fora and supplement on APEC MLA/MRA in specific sectors.

How will progress on the outcomes and impacts be measured?

Project Overseer will ensure that the project will adhere strictly to APEC project implementation procedures, including the timeline of actions.

A feedback survey will be developed and distribute to all participants; this feedback survey will include questions relevant to the workshop, participants, speakers, host, recommendations and etc. The KPI measurement tools will be used to measure the project progression, costing, objectives, outcomes, impact on women, challenges or success stories arising from the project and etc. The organizing committee will compile all comments to be reflected them in the final report, which will be submitted to APEC for consideration.

In order to measure progress, project outcomes and impacts/ successes, various indicators may be used in the feedback survey:

1st Indicator: To assess whether the workshop meets its set objectives

This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the workshop (using feedback survey) and whether the workshop is able to produce practical recommendations to be submitted to relevant APEC committees/WGs/for a. 

2nd Indicator: The quality of speakers

This can be assessed by compiling comments of participants in the feedback surveys. 

3rd indicator: Gender issue

How many female participants can attend and learn knowledge/experience at the workshop and how many female speakers can come and share their expertise and experiences.

4th Indicator: Communication indicator

In order to know how broadly the workshop’s materials will be disseminated to interested groups in APEC: it is planned that presentations and documents of the workshop will be made available via the SCSC Meeting Document Database. The Project’s Report will be presented to SCSC for consideration.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer is Mdm. Fadilah Baharin, the Director-General of Department of Standards Malaysia under the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Climate Change (MESTECC) Malaysia. Mdm. Fadilah Baharin leads the APEC SCSC Malaysia delegation and is responsible for all APEC SCSC-related matters in Malaysia. Mdm. Fadilah oversees the administration and implementation of this project, which will be undertaken by the Trade Facilitation Section, Strategic Planning Division of Standards Malaysia, which comprise of Mr. Hussalmizzar Hussain (Director of Strategic Planning Division) who will oversee the contractors, Mr. Mohd. Hamzaini Hashim (Principal Assistant Director) who will oversee the workshop technical content, Ms. Nur Afifah Ijap who will oversee the communications (Assistant Director) and Mr. Muhammad Aliff Ali who will oversee the experts and participant registration (Assistant Director). 

The Project Overseer will ensure that all Project outputs (Project reports, proceedings, slides, presentations, etc.) will comply with the APEC Publications, APEC Logo and Copyrights Guidelines before being published and will be provided to the Program Director, who will review and finalize the project reports, including monitoring and completion reports.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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