Project Title

Reaction to COVID-19: Strengthening Quality Infrastructure for Energy Efficiency of Lighting Products in Buildings in the APEC Region (Workshop) 

Project Year

2022   

Project Number

SCSC 01 2022A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

SCSC 01 2022A 

Project Title

Reaction to COVID-19: Strengthening Quality Infrastructure for Energy Efficiency of Lighting Products in Buildings in the APEC Region (Workshop) 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency, Low Carbon and Energy Resiliency Measures (EELCER) 

Project Year

2022 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

83,400 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

83,400 

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)

Indonesia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Korea; Philippines; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/04/2023 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Dhandy Arisaktiwardhana 

Job Title 1

Middle Expert Standardisation Analyst 

Organization 1

National Standardisation Agency of Indonesia (BSN) 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(62-812) 87263466 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

dhandy@bsn.go.id 

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

Dhandy Arisaktiwardhana 

Project Summary

Improved energy efficiency in buildings will contribute to a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the technical capabilities of quality infrastructure for energy efficiency of lighting products have not reduced energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

This project is a workshop to identify opportunities to improve quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in buildings. Identifying the best improvement opportunities resulting from the workshop will serve as input or reference for follow-up projects related to technical training. Thus, improving quality infrastructure will contribute to a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and sustainable energy security.

The activities share information and analyze technical best practices to increase technical capacity for quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products. The workshop will be held for a 2-day event and held in-person in Bali, Indonesia, in July 2023.

Relevance

Issues: Economic growth, energy security and climate change are fundamental and interrelated challenges for the APEC region. This statement was an affirmation of the APEC economic leaders when they launched the Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Security and Clean Development in 2007 (better known as the Declaration of Sydney). Based on the theme "Low Carbon Paths to Energy Security: Cooperative Energy Solutions for a Sustainable APEC", the Ministers of Energy also agreed to increase energy efficiency and increase the supply of clean energy in the APEC region at the Ninth APEC Energy Ministers Meeting in Fukui, Japan on June 19, 2010. Furthermore, following the commitment of the APEC Economic Leaders Meeting (AELM) in 2013 in Bali, Indonesia, AELM has ratified the “APEC Connectivity Blueprint 2015-2025” in November 2014. At the 27th APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting in Malaysia on November 20, 2020, APEC has adopted the Putrajaya Vision 2040 as the latest blueprint for APEC's work guide for the next 20 years. To achieve the vision, APEC sets out three economic drivers, namely trade and investment, innovation and digitalization, as well as strong, balanced, secure, sustainable and inclusive growth. Climate change is an environmental challenge that needs to be addressed by promoting economic policies, cooperation and growth that support global efforts comprehensively. Climate change is also one of APEC 2022's Themes and Priorities that have been set by the First Senior Officials Meeting on 14-25 February 2022. Thus, promoting sustainable energy security to ensure energy needs and at the same time reducing CO2 emission is the decision of the APEC economic leader from 2007 until the launch of the Putrajaya Vision 2040 in 2020.

Thus, the objective of this project is to ensure the readiness of the quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in buildings. The testing standards for lighting products have not determined the energy consumption and CO2 emission limits requirements. As a result, the technical capabilities of quality infrastructure have not reduced energy consumption and CO2 emissions in buildings. Quality infrastructure for energy efficiency contributes to green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and sustainable energy security. According to the APEC Accord on Innovative Development, Economic Reform and Growth, the project will also promote a circular economy in buildings through innovation in energy efficiency standards. Ultimately, this project aims to support the written provisions of the Declaration of Sydney, the Ninth APEC Energy Ministers Meeting, the APEC Accord on Innovative Development, Economic Reform and Growth and the 2015-2025 APEC Connectivity Blueprint, the Putrajaya Vision 2040 and APEC 2022's Themes and Priorities.

Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project meets the eligibility criteria for the Energy Efficiency, Low Carbon and Energy Resiliency Measures (EELCER) Sub-Fund, as it contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions in cities in the APEC region according to the APEC “Low-Carbon Town (LCT)” concept. It increases the efficiency of lighting equipment as a low-carbon measure in buildings.

Capacity Building: This project is a workshop that enables institutions in APEC member economies such as the Domestic Standardization Body personnel to acquire knowledge and improve technical capabilities.

Objectives

The objective of this project is to conduct a detailed and precise discussion through gathering or sharing information and analyzing technical best practices regarding quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in buildings.  Standardization is related to requirements for energy consumption limits and CO2 emission limits to support the APEC “Low-Carbon Town (LCT)” concept (Fifth edition) and APEC Low-Carbon Town Indicator System Guideline (First Edition).

Alignment

Alignment to APEC: This project proposal will promote sustainable energy security in the APEC region. It will achieve through increased energy efficiency and increased supply of clean energy. The project will also reduce CO2 emissions in cities in the APEC region by improving the efficiency of lighting equipment as a low-carbon measure in buildings.

Alignment to Forum: This project proposal is in line with APEC priorities written in the “APEC Connectivity Blueprint 2015-2025”, “Vision Putrajaya 2040”, and “APEC 2022 Themes and Priorities”. APEC's priority is to promote sustainable energy security to ensure energy needs and at the same time reduce CO2 emission through the promotion of economic policies, cooperation and growth that support comprehensive global efforts in the APEC region. It will achieve through increasing energy efficiency and expanding clean energy supply, according to the Ninth APEC Energy Ministers Meeting in Fukui, Japan, on June 19, 2010. The project will also reduce CO2 emissions in cities in the APEC region by increasing the efficiency of lighting equipment as a low-carbon measure in buildings. Thus, this project will support the APEC “Low-Carbon Town (LCT)” concept (Fifth edition) and the APEC Low-Carbon Town Indicator System Guideline (First Edition).

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  

1)  Background Paper

The Organizer will issue a Background paper of no more than 4 (four) pages. The paper aims to provide initial information for workshop participants ahead of the workshop. The workshop participants shall be targeted from 11 (eleven) economies. This background paper will identify 11 (eleven) case studies related to the availability of testing standards and technical regulations for energy efficiency in lighting products originating from 11 (eleven) economies. The paper shall be based on literature studies. Participants can use this paper as a reference when making presentations on the  second day of the workshop. 

2)  Workshop

“Workshop on Strengthening Quality Infrastructure for Energy Efficiency of Lighting Products in Buildings” will be held in Bali, Indonesia, on/before September 2023. Attached is the workshop agenda. 

Before the workshop, participants from APEC economies will be asked to prepare materials on energy efficiency improvement practices in lighting product testing standards, main challenges, targets, gaps between the current situation and final goals, and critical issues to be resolved. During the workshop, participants from APEC economies are expected to share: i) share information on identifying elements affecting energy efficiency, ii) share information and analyze the estimated opportunities for energy efficiency improvement, iii) share information and analyze the evaluation of energy efficiency. 

Time

Day 1

Day 2

0830 – 0900

Registration of Participants

0900 – 0930

Welcome and Introductions

1. Direct-General of National Standardisation Agency of Indonesia (BSN)

Speaker 1 and 2: Chair of IEC TC34 and Chair of ACEE (Advisory Committee on Energy Efficiency)

1)  Discussion of previous Day’s Results

0930 – 0945

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

0945 – 1200

Speaker 1 – Chair of IEC TC 34

1)  Identification of elements that affect energy efficiency

2)  Estimation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement

3)  Qs and As

1)   Case study presentation by Speaker 3 regarding identification of common barriers and best practices of energy efficiency testing standards for lighting

2)   Case study presentation by Speaker 4 regarding identification of common barriers and best practices of energy efficiency testing standards for lighting

3)   Qs and As.

1200 – 1330

Lunch

Lunch

1330 – 1500

Speaker 2: Chair of ACEE (Advisory Committee on Energy Efficiency)

1)     Evaluation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement

2)     Identification of energy efficiency improvement opportunities  in testing standards for lighting products

3)     Qs and As

Speaker 1 and 2: Chair of IEC TC34 and Chair of ACEE (Advisory Committee on Energy Efficiency)

1)  Recommendations Working Groups : Panel Discussion

2)  Qs and As

1500 – 1515

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

1515 – 1600

Day 1 conclusion

First day Survey

1)   Recommendations

2)   Closing Remarks

3)   Second day Survey and 15-20 mins session to recap main learnings, recommendations and resources from the Workshop and facilitate discussion amongst participants on how they plan to apply them in their work, to achieve the medium to longer term goals.

During the workshop, the organizers will conduct daily surveys to measure participants' understanding of the topics discussed on the first day to the second day. 

3)  Summary Report

Organizers will issue a (ranging from 12 to 15 pages) with outcomes and recommendations from the workshop. Organizers will present a summary report to SCSC. Such report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the workshop, including best practices (if any); briefings on discussions at the workshop; suggested recommendations made by workshop attendants. Participants will guide in 2 ways: (i) during discussions at the workshop and (ii) at the Evaluation forms that are provided at the end of the workshop. This report will be an APEC Publication. The targeted audience of the summary report: project attendants, SCSC, and policy-makers/regulators in the energy efficiency sectors.

Outcomes: This workshop is designed to provide participants with a better understanding of i) identification of elements that affect energy efficiency, ii) estimation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement, iii) evaluation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement, and iv) identification of energy efficiency improvement opportunities in testing standards for lighting products. 

In the short term: The workshop is expected to build awareness and capacity for participants, especially the Domestic Standardization Body personnel, on existing work in the energy efficiency sector. The organizers expect these participants can integrate knowledge and information absorbed from the workshop to apply in practice. Participants from developing economies will also have a chance to learn about case studies and best practices from APEC economies. They can draw lessons and experiences to apply to their economy. 

In the medium and long term: This project is a workshop to identify opportunities for improving the quality of infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in buildings. Best practices/recommendations from the workshop, written in the final report, will be a crucial component of the results and cover a range of policy options and good practices. These recommendations will be prepared by the speakers and organizers and will also be gathered from participants' ideas during the discussion sessions. Recommendations to identify the best improvement opportunities resulting from the workshop will become activities/initiatives/actions/references for further APEC projects related to technical training.

Beneficiaries: The primary beneficiaries of this project will primarily be the workshop participants, which will conduct detailed and precise discussions through gathering or sharing information and analyzing technical best practices regarding quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in buildings. Workshop participants are the officials of the technical committee for lighting products at the public sector agencies with responsibility for energy efficiency policies and initiatives and domestic standards and regulations, including Domestic Standardisation Agencies. Participants should have an understanding of ISO/IEC 17025 and experience in a lighting product testing laboratory for at least 5 years. 

In addition, the secondary beneficiaries of this project will be testing laboratories.

Dissemination

Organizers will provide soft copies (presentations of the workshop) to all participants. We will disseminate the publication of the Summary Report electronically. APEC’s official website will be the main one to upload the documents. Organizers will inform the participants during the workshop to proactively get the final documents on the APEC’s website. If the workshop is to be held entirely in a virtual format, PO will only use electronic and digital means to disseminate information. 

A summary report (ranging from 12 to 15 pages) with outcomes and recommendations from the workshop will be presented to SCSC. Such report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the workshop, including best practices (if any); briefings on discussions at the workshop; suggested recommendations made by workshop attendants. Participants will guide in 2 ways: (i) during discussions at the workshop and (ii) at the Evaluation forms that are provided at the end of the workshop. This report will be an APEC Publication. The targeted audience of the summary report: project attendants, SCSC, and policy-makers/regulators in the energy efficiency sectors. 

All Publication Toolkit is guidance on how APEC report should be written and presented. The summary report should comply with APEC Publication Guidelines, IP Policy, and Logo Guidelines. Electronic copies of workshop presentations and a summary report will also be circulated to speakers and participants. Organizers will upload all workshop presentations and materials to Google Drive (or Dropbox). Organizers will also share the link with speakers and participants to download before the workshop. Organizers will upload all the meeting documents to Meeting Document Database (MDDB) after the workshop. Organizers will encourage participants to circulate documents domestically to assure effectiveness in dissemination. A project’s summary report will also be prepared and submitted to the Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC).

There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

Based on research conducted in 2017 by the International Labor Organization (ILO), women contribute to the global labour force participation rate of 49%, while men's contribution is 75%. It shows that men do less housework than women. While according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) research, men spend 2.3 hours per day while women spend 4.5 hours per day. Energy consumption is an aspect related to energy efficiency (International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), 2012). Thus, women have a big responsibility for the implementation of energy efficiency. Because women spend more time at home, managing the majority of household energy consumption, from heating to powering household appliances (e.g. washing machines, vacuum cleaners, dishwashers).

Realizing the importance of gender equality and the unprecedented of women in energy efficiency sector, PO will also consider to incorporate gender issues into the project event agenda, for example by including an agenda item on underrepresentation of women in the energy efficiency sector also the future tend and opportunities for women in this sector.

The project can potentially addresses three of the five Gender Criteria (skills, capacity building, health; leadership, agency, voice; and innovation and technology) as detailed in Appendix G of the Guidebook on APEC Projects, Editon 16.

Women will be directly and actively involverd in the project. Project proponents of this workshop are women. The workshop organizers will be careful to include women speakers and participants in the workshop. The organizers will encourage women to be involved during the preparatory stage and actual activity. Invitations sent to SCSC representatives will take due consideration of gender concerns by encouraging the suggestion and nomination of female speakers and participants.

In addition, the project proponents will ensure the the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the workshop will include information on gender for disaggregating o data for project assessment and will help in evaluation of specific responses of women and men.

PO is committed to collecting and disaggregating data by sex for all speakers and participants present at project events. The data forms part of the information on the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project is completed and will serve to guide future PO regarding the project's gender targets. This data will serve as a reference for assessing compliance with the project's gender target at the end of the project, with realization data to be distributed to APEC members.


Targets

Female Participants (%)

40

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

50

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

X

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

X

5

Innovation and Technology

X


Work Plan



Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

end of Mar 2023

Start

Apr 2023

Draft Terms of Reference for events management consultant, draft contract following

Consultant selected and contract signed

Apr – May 2023

Research and draft the Background Paper

Background Paper

May 2023

Create alternative activities to switch physical events to virtual/hybrid based on current travel restrictions

Actively communicate with SCSC Program Director

May 2023

Prepare and Disseminate the General Information Circular’ (which will contain the background paper, agenda, speaker list, venue and logistical information, nomination form and participant profile)

Sending invitation letters

Venue reservation (logistics and documentation)

Background paper, agenda, speaker list, venue and logistical information, nomination form and participant profile

Distribute draft invitations (PO sends draft invitations and circulars to SCSC focal points at least 2 (two) months before the event)

Jun – Jul 2023

Follow up on participants and speakers

Workshop materials

Jul 2023

4 (four) day workshop in Indonesia

Evaluating ex-post on topic relevance, presentation by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further improvement or activities for future projects

Host workshop

Distribute and collect ex-post evaluation

Aug – Oct 2023

Circulation of draft Summary Report

Submitting draft Summary Report to the APEC Secretariat for review and approval

Summary Report to be submitted to SCSC

Draft Summary Report

Summary Report (tentatively on Mid October 2023)

1 Oct 2023

Submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

Dec 2023

Project Completion

Feb 2024

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

6-12 months after project completion

Participation in the LTEAP annual survey conducted by the APEC Secretariat’

Risks

No.

Risks

How will it be managed?

1

Availability of relevant speakers

Engage with ministry and other international organizations as soon as final approval is obtained

2

Travelling

Make sure that speakers have done tests for covid-19 and contractor applies all the health protocols on the venue

If economies still apply travel restrictions due to the impacts of the covid-19, organizers will work closely with the Secretariat in considering a virtual or hybrid workshop

3

Budget management issues

The working group will pay close attention to the budget at all times and adjust the expenses if necessary

4

Technical error while operating workshop equipment (e.g. projector, sound system screen, lighting, microphone)

Pre-check the equipment one day and 3 (three) hours before the workshop starts.

Materials are to be submitted to the organizer maximum of 3 (three) days before the event begins (in the form of a soft copy)

Bring backup equipment

5

Late arrival of speakers

The organizers reconfirm the speakers’ attendance 1-2 days before the event

Intensive monitoring of the speakers’ whereabouts should be conducted 3 (three) hours before the event begins

Providing pick-up accommodation for speakers from the hotel or airport to the workshop location by the organizer

6

Speakers cancel unexpectedly

If speakers cannot attend the event, they should confirm at least 7 (seven) days prior to the event

The organizer should confirm last-minute cancellation along with the recommendation of alternative speakers

Identify the possibility of having alternative speakers before the event

7

Late submission of the speakers presentation and materials

Speakers should notify their late surrender, and materials will be provided to a participant in hard copies

8

The number of participants Is below the quota target

Early distribution of invitations

Providing online registration

Reconfirm attendance of participants 1-2 weeks before the event

9

Different levels of knowledge among participants

The first session will provide a general background and information to ensure participants get the same knowledge and understanding of the workshop

10

Participant reluctance in reimbursement payment

Organizers will ask for a waiver from APEC Secretariat for an advance payment to all speakers and participants


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting Method

Outputs

1.   Workshop (case studies)

1.    No. of participants (excl. speakers/ experts)

21

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

40/60

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.    No. of speakers/
experts engaged

2

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.    % of speakers/
experts (men/women)

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.    No. of attending economies

21

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6.    No. of travel eligible economies

11

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

7.    Content developed and deployed

3 –4 July 2023

Certification by PO

Completion Report

2. Background Paper

1. No. of Pages

4

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

2. No. of case studies

11

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

3.   Summary Report

1.    No. of pages

10 - 15

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

2.    Submit draft Summary Report to the Secretariat to review/approve

Oct 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

3.    Present Summary Report to SCSC

Oct 2023

Submission to the SCSC

Email to the SCSC

4.     Recommendations regarding opportunities for energy efficiency improvement in testing standards for lighting products

5

Written in the report in the Summary Report

Report to SCSC

The APEC longer-term evaluation of APEC-funded projects

Out-comes

1.   Build awareness and capacity for participants

1.     Identification of elements that affect energy efficiency

2.     Estimation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement

3.     Evaluation of opportunities for energy efficiency improvement

4.     Identification of energy efficiency improvement opportunities in testing standards for lighting products

70%

70%

70%

70%

70%

Survey on second day workshop

Completion Report


Linkages

This workshop will improve the technical capabilities of Domestic Standardization Body personnel in the APEC region. This workshop will also complement the work of the lites.asia programme, the IEA 4E Solid State Lighting Annex and the United Nations Environment Program United for Efficiency initiative. According to the United Nations Environment Management Group, the workshop will identify improvement opportunities for quality infrastructure that will contribute to a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in priority areas related to "buildings and energy efficiency".

The cross fora collaboration will occur through consultation with APEC and non-APEC stakeholders during the Final Project Summary Report development to enable cooperation with and broad input from APEC and non-APEC stakeholders. The consultations will be held with relevant non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academics and economic-level policymakers.

Sustainability

APEC economy will accept recommendations and share experiences and lessons learned in a broader range. Experts will use the results or results of this project in APEC future projects. Participants will create a network of cooperation or exchange ideas and discussions in the future. Such future actions will be reflected in a summary report to be discussed at the SCSC, in close consultation with other relevant APEC sub-fora. In the Workshop, as the final session will be devoted to discussion, participants will be encouraged to suggest actionable policies/recommendations, which will then be submitted to SCSC for review. It can be a valuable resource for economies and organizations to consider their future activities, actions, and regulations.

The primary beneficiaries of this project will be the Domestic Standardization Body for each APEC economy, which will provide recommendations on energy efficiency improvement opportunities in testing standards for lighting products. Recommendations in the form of opportunities to increase energy efficiency will strengthen the quality infrastructure for energy efficiency in lighting products in each APEC economy.

The PO will disseminate and follow-up engagement with the recommendations to the workshop participants.

An ex-post survey is an activity to measure short-term progress on the workshop results. Recommendations to identify the best energy efficiency improvement opportunities in testing standards for lighting products resulting from the workshop will become activities/initiatives/actions/references for subsequent APEC projects related to technical training. Implementation of technical training in the next APEC project as an activity to measure long-term progress.

Project Overseers

Mr Dhandy Arisaktiwardhana holds a Doctorate in Innovation Economics in Standardization from the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin), Germany. Currently, he serves as Middle Expert Standardization Analyst in the Directorate of Laboratory Accreditation.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The contractor is the team that will work to support the PO both substantively and administratively. The presence of consultant teams in this workshop will assist the PO in achieving the workshop's objectives and outputs. Therefore, the PO seeks APEC funding to support air tickets and per diem for consultants to attend the workshop.

No.

Specific Tasks

No. of Hours

1.             

Drafting Background Paper

40

2.             

Collaborate with speakers in preparing, revising and finalizing the workshop agenda, including elaborating the agenda for each session and ensuring speaker material is appropriate to the topic

15

3.             

Make a list of suitable potential speakers (short-term clerical);

10

4.             

Make initial and final contact with speakers

10

5.             

Make a list of suitable participants to attend the workshop

10

6.             

Make initial and final contact with potential participants;

10

7.             

Drafting General Information Circular (GIC)

10

8.             

Researching project event venues for the approval of the PO

10

9.             

Manage and complete administration with event venues

10

10.          

Designing daily surveys and creating online links for surveys;

20

11.          

Taking notes during the workshop

20

12.          

Processing daily survey evaluation results

10

13.          

Drafting the Summary Report with Recommendations, of minimum 15 pages

60

14.          

Provide input to the PO on the Project Completion Report after the project is completed.

40

Total:

275


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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