The Indonesian government will offer 30 sizeable infrastructure projects, totalling Rp 380 trillion, to investors starting 2014, under a public–private partnership (PPP) scheme. The projects are distributed across diverse sectors such as dams, airports, railways, ports, roads, and power. The government will issue new regulations in preparation for the priority projects. In addition, the government will also provide the necessary incentives, including financial leverage through a viability gap fund, on a case-by-case basis, to attract investors.