The National Council for Building a Better Fiji says it may have to get more funding from donors to complete its work.
The Council wants to push ahead with fundamental reforms under a so-called People's Charter following the 2006 military coup.
According to the Fijilive website, a member of the Council's media committee, Desmond Whiteside, says 1.6 million US dollars has been allocated for the project.
He declined to give details of how the money was being spent.
But he says if the Council gets it right, Fiji will be the model around the world.
The push comes as Fiji is awaiting a court ruling on whether the coup was legal.