Oversight Accountability Guard, Inspectorate General Holds Technical Coordination Meeting

Oversight Accountability Guard, Inspectorate General Holds Technical Coordination Meeting
Writer :
Dian Catur P.K (Humas Inspektorat Jenderal)
Editor :
David Myoga
Translator :
Karlina Irsalyana

BEKASI (February 3, 2023) – To equalize perceptions, and create direct, integrated, effective, efficient, and accountable action steps the Inspectorate General held a Technical Coordination Meeting for the 2023 Oversight Program. This activity was held from 31 January to 3 February in the Aneka Bhakti II Building, Pangudi Luhur Center Bekasi.


Raditya Wahyu Supriyanto, S.Sos, M.Sc, Associate-level Planner from the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas who also joined this activity online revealed, "There are several scopes that must be strengthened by the Inspectorate General as APIP, namely Performance Audit and Audit with Purpose Certain, Review of Ministry Financial Reports; RKA-K/L and DIPA revisions especially related to national priorities; Review of Ministry Performance Reports and Evaluation of Echelon I Performance Reports; BMN Needs Review; ASN Wealth Report Evaluation; SPIP Monitoring; Monitoring TL Internal and External Examination Results; assistance in the preparation of Central and Regional Financial Reports; Self Assessment of the Implementation of Bureaucratic Reform (PMPRB); handling public complaints; gratuity control; optimizing the Whistleblowing System, handling conflicts of interest, and developing the Integrity Zone and eradicating illegal levies.” In addition, BPKP's Director for Social Affairs and Disaster Management, Wawan Yulianto, Ak., MM, CA, CRMP, CGCAE, CIAE also attended as a guest speaker on the first day.


The second day continued with the presentation of the Inspectors and Secretary of the Inspectorate General related to the 2022 Performance Evaluation and 2023 Work Plan. On this occasion, the Inspector General, Dadang Iskandar also said that the Inspectorate General needed to improve HR performance in guarding accountability.


The preparation of the Ministry of Social Affairs’ Peer Review was also discussed in this activity. Each Field Inspectorate within the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Social Affairs is expected to be able to carry out an independent review internally before conducting a Peer Review with other Ministries/Institutions. Quality control over monitoring results reports must also be considered so that each reported result can be accounted for.


The last day of the coordination meeting began with a discussion regarding the draft Guidelines for Implementing Internal Control within the scope of the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Social Affairs. This activity was also closed by the Secretary of the Inspectorate General, Dody Sukmono, who stated, "It is very common that there is debate in planning. All these are efforts to achieve so that the executor will not encounter problems in the field later.”

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