The process of trimming in 16 ministries and institutions was beginning to show results. Restructuring of 3 institutions has been accomplished in terms of legal aspect, i.e. the ministry of PANRB, the state Employment Board [BKN] and state administration [LAN] while 3 other institutions were being audited and another 10 would be audited and evaluated.
Three ministries and institutions presently being audited were the ministry of internal affairs, the ministry of agriculture and ANRI. Another 10 institutions soon to be audited were the ministry of law and human rights, the ministry of forestry, the ministry of maritime and fishery, the ministry of health, the ministry of education and culture, the ministry of social affairs, the ministry of national development and planning and BPKP.
The secretary of the ministry of PANRB Tasdik Kinanto stated that this audit and evaluation had the objective of minimizing differentiation and fragmentation in each ministry respectively, whereby each unit could carry out their duties and function to the maximum according to their respective mandates “the audit was meant to check the health level of each ministry” Tasdik disclosed to business news [23/4].
The auditing plan had been approved by Vice President Boediono. The Vice President had even ordered to exercise audit on 16 institutions. The consideration for prioritizing the 16 institutions was that they managed strategic government affairs, which were related to general affairs, basic service, people’s welfare and sustainable management of natural resources.
The 16 aforementioned ministries also had strong leverage force in enhancing reformation of the bureaucracy. The auditing and evaluation plan seemed to be well underway as planned. The secretary General of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights Bambang Ratnam S state his support. “We agree and we back up the Ministry of PANRB. This audit is a strategic step to reform the bureaucracy “he said.
Meanwhile Acting Deputy of institutions division, Ministry of PANRB Rini Widianti stated that beside auditing of 16 ministries, the audit outcome from the micro aspect already done by the Ministry of PANRB must still be exercised, “In addition to that we also plan to improve the macro side to synchronize with micro.” Rini disclosed to business news. [23/4]
Auditing and evaluation was exercised on the basis of guidelines prepared by the Ministry of PANRB involving all stakeholders according to the set time frame. The Ministry of PANRB facilitated consultation whenever needed. The consultants submitted regular report to the Top Executive and Ministry of PANRB; furthermore PANRB would monitor and evaluate the executive of audit and evaluation exercised by the consultant.
In that opportunity was also elaborated the process of restructuring UPT and vertical institutions consisting of 8 stages. The first, in red color was disposition, the second, in dark yellow means under perusal, the third in light yellow means test of completeness, the fifth in light blue means discussion of related institution, the sixth was in dark pink which means technical discussion with proposal, the seventh in light pink means official notice.
Lastly, the eighth stage in light blue which means letter of reply of the Ministry of PANRB. The process was open; it could be seen in the site of the Ministry of PANRB. The color did not denote that the organization was bad. “But the color is warning that we need to audit on ministries which had been diagnosed.”
Business New - July 26, 2013