Cabinet Secretariat Achieves Progress on Bureaucratic Reforms
Date 20 September 2019
Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Administrative Affairs Farid Utomo has said that Cabinet Secretariat achieves progress on bureaucratic reforms.
“In 2015, our bureaucratic reforms point was 70.10 and our SAKIP (Government Agency Performance Accountability System) was 66. In 2018 we got 80.10 (A) for Bureaucratic Reforms and 71.09 (B) for SAKIP. It is good enough but we must improve it,” he said in his remarks during Evaluation of Implementation of Bureaucratic Reforms and Government Agency Performance Accountability System in Jakarta, Friday (20/9).
The Deputy went on to say that the improvements should be made on the recommendations of the Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reforms (PANRB).
“First, we strengthen our accountability by improving our performance and goals and objectives, starting from the highest level personnel to the lowest level,” Farid said.
For the record, during the evaluation period, an internal survey and field verification were conducted by the Evaluator Team from the Ministry of PANRB to evaluate Implementation of Bureaucratic Reforms and Government Agency Performance Accountability System in Cabinet Secretariat
Also present during the event were, among others, Head of Bureau of Performance Accountability and Bureaucratic Reforms (AKRB) Dyah Pancaningrum, Head of Financial Planning Bureau (Renkeu) Hendry Daud, Inspector Wawan Gunawan, and all echelon 2, 3, and 4 as well as employees in Cabinet Secretariat. (FID/JAY/ES)
Translated by: Ridwan Ibadurrohman
Edited by: Yuyu Mulyani