Review of the Ministry of Social Affairs Financial Report for the 2022 Fiscal Year
JAKARTA (February 17, 2023) – The Inspectorate General is holding a Review of the Financial Report of the Ministry of Social Affairs for the 2022 Fiscal Year. This activity, which was held at “Mulya Jaya” Center Jakarta, aims to provide limited assurance on the accuracy, reliability, and validity of the information presented in the financial reports before being submitted to the minister/head of the institution and the Minister of Finance.
The activity which was held for five days from 12 to 17 February 2023 was attended by the Inspector General, Secretary of the Inspectorate General, Field Inspectors, representatives of auditors, representatives from the Secretariat of the Inspectorate General, and Compilers of Financial Reports and Compilers of State Property Reports from each working unit each within the scope of the Ministry of Social Affairs. Auditors from the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance were also present to provide input regarding the overview, stages, and steps for reviewing Ministry/Institution Financial Reports.
Natassa Feryza, Assoiciate-Level Auditor from the Ministry of Finance Inspectorate General said, “The review must be carried out in parallel with budget execution and preparation of Ministry/Institution Financial Reports. This needs to be done considering the time constraints between the deadline for preparing Ministry/Institution Financial Reports and submitting them to the Minister of Finance. With that period, it is hoped that the APIP of Ministries/Institutions will produce quality Financial Reports.”
In this activity, a representative of the Acting Head of the Finance Bureau was also present to submit the Ministry Financial Report to the Inspector General, Dadang Iskandar, so that the Inspectorate General's auditor team could review it. Meanwhile, in practice, the attending auditors were divided into several review teams focusing on discussion. The teams focused on Operational Reports, Changes in Equity Reports, Notes to Financial Statements, Review Notes on State Property, Balance Sheets, Budget Realization Reports, Summary of Review Results, Review Notes, and Review Reports.