The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) continues to investigate the allegations of graft in the procurement of electronic identity card (E-KTP), which was held over the period of 2011-2012. The process, however, is getting more complicated. In early October 2016, PT Biomorf, a company based in the United States, who’s the sub-contractor of the winning consortium, claimed that the Government of Indonesia owed them US$90 million. In the same month, another company in the consortium, i.e., PT Sandipala Arthaputra filed for a pre-trial on a separate investigation, one conducted by the Criminal Investigation Unit of the National Police’s Headquarter (Bareskrim Mabes Polri). And now, one of the sub-contractors of the project, PT Megalestari Unggul, is bankrupt after failing to convince its creditors to peacefully resolve their debt dispute in a Suspension of Debts Payment (PKPU) process.To subscribe please click here