Head of BKN Issues Circular on COVID-19 Affected Civil Servants Data Collection

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation     Date 2 April 2020
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Employee Service Application System (SAPK) of BKN (Source: BKN)

Head of the National Civil Service Agency (BKN) Bima Haria Wibisana has issued Circular Number 09/SE/III/2020 on Technical Guidance for Collection of Central and Regional Civil Servants COVID-19 History Data via Employee Service Application System (SAPK) of BKN, on 30 March 2020.

Bima instructed all Heads of the Personnel/HR Bureau at the central agencies and all Heads of Regional Civil Service Agency (BKD) to collect data on the health history of civil servants affected by COVID-19 in order to make appropriate policies to fulfill the rights of the affected civil servants.

Central and regional agencies must fill in the health features of SAPK (link: https://sapk.bkn.go.id) in accordance with the latest conditions, be it in terms of health categories, health status, and the determination date of the category as well as the current health status of the civil servants. The technical guidelines can be downloaded at: https://www.bkn.go.id/pengumuman/panduan-teknis-pengisian-data-riwayat-covid-19-pns-instansi-pusat-dan-daerah-melalui-aplikasi-sapk-bkn.

The data collection will include any civil servant in the following categories:

1) person in monitoring (ODP);

2) patient under supervision (PDP);

3) confirmed COVID-19 patient;

4) cured patient; and

5) pass away from COVID-19.

The collection will be conducted periodically, at least once a week and carried out with full discipline.

The Head of BKN also instructed all Heads of Regional Offices I to XIV to continue to monitor the data collection process in accordance with their respective authorities.

Bima asked all civil servants to pay attention to their own safety by keeping a distance and always maintaining personal hygiene.

“Keep carrying out the government tasks with the work patterns set by the agency during this pandemic. Comply with health and personal safety protocols to break the chain of the COVID-19 spread” Bima concluded. (PR of BKN/EN)



Translated by: Fairuzzamani Inayatillah
Reviewed by: Yuyu Mulyani

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