In association with IBTCI, Virginia, Osana assisted the Government to formulate and design a project to support state audit reform. The Technical Assistance (TA) aimed to build strong and effective audit institutions in the public sector by (i) developing a road map that reflects a shared understanding among stakeholders of a comprehensive and long term perspective for audit institutions, (ii) formulating institutional development plans for internal and external audit institutions, and (iii) identifying areas for external financing. The TA specified the key policy actions needed to effect legal and institutional change. The TA also incorporated internationally recognized auditing standards and good practices in Indonesia's public sector audit systems and procedures taking into account the Indonesian experience. Osana played a key role in the successful completion of the project, over and above that originally envisioned. Osana Legal and Institutional Specialist took the lead role to help complete the Interim Report, Draft Final Report and Final Report (inclusive of the RRP and PAM). Osana assisted in facilitating an exchange among senior Indonesian government professionals to address and overcome a variety of sensitive complex issues.