GPSA grant applications undergo a two-stage review process:
(1) ) Identification/Concept Review: World Bank country offices carry out a preliminary review of the proposals’ eligibility, proceeded by a technical review of proposals with a Roster of Experts, which assists in ranking the proposals and informs the final selection of proposals to be recommended before the GPSA Steering Committee.
(2) Appraisal/Negotiation Review: Pre-selected proposals undergo a full due diligence assessment. In addition, proposals will be made available for a 10-day government comments period and a 5-day public comments period (August 25-30, 2016).
See GPSA Operations Manual for a full description of the application and selection process, including roles and responsibilities of GPSA, World Bank staff and applicant CSOs.
Two proposals from Indonesia for public comments:
- Akatiga Foundation – Women's Voices in the Monitoring and Improvement of Universal Health Care Insurance Services
- Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia – Voice from Ring One: Citizen Monitoring and Engagement for Transparency and Accountability of Licensing and Revenue Management in Extractive Mining Sector