Uttarakhand Urban Sector Development Investment Program (UUSDIP) is an Asian Development Bank (ADB) assisted program under Multi Tranche Financing Facility (MFF) conceives to support the Government of India (GoI) and Government of Uttarakhand (GoU) in their policy of balanced regional socio-economic development and poverty reduction through improvements in urban governance, management and infrastructure and service provision throughout the urban sector in Uttarakhand.
The Government of Uttarakhand (GoU) is the Executing Agency (EA) for all subproject components of the Uttarakhand Urban Sector Development Investment Program (UUSDIP), including both ADB and JNNURM funded components, and it is responsible for the overall management of the Program in the state.
The UDD has set up a state-level Investment Program Management Unit (IPMU) under the leadership of a Senior IAS officer of GoU as Program Director to execute the program and to monitor, guide, and supervise the implementation of the Program, and provide overall policy direction.
The IPMU has been established as a society registered under the Societies Registration Act of India in the name of Uttarakhand Urban Sector Development Agency (UUSDA) as an independent entity but under the overall regulatory control of the UDD. The IPMU will coordinate and monitor implementation of the Program. It is vested with all administrative and financial powers needed to execute and guide implementation of the program entrusted to it. The IPMU will also ensure compliance with the ADB loan covenants.