Cabinet Secretariat Wins Award for WTP Audit Grade

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 12 September 2019
Category: News

Deputy Cabinet Secretary Ratih Nurdiati receives an award from Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani in Jakarta, Thursday (12/9). (Photo by: Agung/PR)

Cabinet Secretariat received an Award from Minister of Finance since the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) has granted Unqualified (WTP) Opinion to this institution for five times in a row.

“This is not something new for us since we have obtained the WTP opinion for the seventh time,” Deputy Cabinet Secretary Ratih Nurdiati said after receiving the award from Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani at the 2019 National Working Meeting on Accounting and Government Financial Reporting in Jakarta, Thursday (12/9).

According to Ratih, the award indicated that Cabinet Secretariat responsibly manages its finances and it becomes a role model for other ministries/institutions. “Maybe other ministries have not received the WTP opinion as often as us. However, since we are part of Presidential Institution, we must be more than that; and we manage to face this challenge” she added.

With this award, Ratih continued, the Cabinet Secretariat has a responsibility to maintain the same achievement in the future. Quoting a statement from Minister of Finance, the WTP opinion is only a tool. We must still work efficiently and must be accountable.

For the record, 43 ministries/institutions that win an Award for receiving WTP opinion for five consecutive years are as follows:

  1. The House of Representatives;
  2. The Regional Representatives Council;
  3. The Judicial Commission;
  4. The Supreme Audit Agency;
  5. The People’s Consultative Assembly;
  6. The Constitutional Court;
  7. The Supreme Court;
  8. Ministry of Home Affairs;
  9. Ministry of Industry;
  10. Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reforms;
  11. Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/ the National Land Agency;
  12. The Investment Coordinating Board;
  13. The National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers;
  14. The Food and Drug Monitoring Agency;
  15. The Indonesian Institute of Sciences;
  16. The National Nuclear Agency;
  17. National Institute of Administration;
  18. The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center;
  19. The National Civil Service Agency;
  20. The Development Finance Comptroller;
  21. The National Disaster Management Agency;
  22. Ministry of State Secretariat;
  23. Ministry of Law and Human Rights;
  24. Ministry of Finance;
  25. Ministry of Transportation;
  26. Ministry of Education and Culture;
  27. Ministry of Health;
  28. Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises;
  29. Ministry of Cooperatives, Small and Medium Enterprises;
  30. Ministry of National Development Planning (PPN)/ the National Development Planning Agency;
  31. The Indonesian National Police;
  32. Ministry of Trade;
  33. Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs;
  34. Coordinating Ministry for the Economy;
  35. Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture;
  36. The National Intelligence Agency;
  37. The National Security Council;
  38. The National Anti-Narcotics Agency;
  39. The National Search and Rescue Agency;
  40. The Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU);
  41. The National Border Agency;
  42. The National Counterterrorism Agency;
  43. Cabinet Secretariat. (FID/AGG/ES)

 

 

Translated by: Galuh Wicaksono
Edited by: Mia Medyana

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