KPK Launches Another Annual Integrity Assessment Survey
In a bid to map corruption risks and practices in all public services, including ministries, institutions, and regional governments, Indonesia’s anti-graft body the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) once again conducted the annual Integrity Assessment Survey (SPI) held from July 17 to October 31, 2023.
“If every system in a government institution has certainty and the same methods, people can confirm the service procedures. We can call that it has integrity and anti-corruption manner,” KPK Deputy Chairperson Nurul Ghufron said at the 2023 SPI Dissemination Forum in Jakarta, Tuesday (07/25).
According to Ghufron, the survey must continue to be carried out to boost transparency and maintain national integrity in preventing and eradicating corruption.
“I do not want ministries, institutions, and regional governments to fill in a survey by gathering their employees so that they can get good results. Please also invite the public to provide more objective assessment results,” he added.
In the meantime, KPK Deputy for Prevention Pahala Nainggolan pointed out that in this year’s survey, the KPK set a target of 400,000 respondents divided into three targets: public agency employees, public service users and business actors, as well as stakeholders including auditors, non-governmental organizations, and the mass media.
“Please fill in the survey in an honest manner,” Pahala remarked. (PR of KPK/UN) (GWH/EP)