Guidelines for Compiling a List of Public Information (DIP)

Meeting the need for information has become an integral part of human rights. This awareness underlies the Government to stipulate Law Number 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Disclosure (hereinafter referred to as the KIP Law).

In the KIP Law, the aspects of management, service, application, and dispute resolution of public information are regulated. This arrangement spans the sides of public agencies, communities, and information commissions.

For public bodies, as parties that own, produce, manage, and publish the information they control, it is important to have a good public information management and service system. This is related to the obligation of public bodies to provide and serve requests for information quickly, on time, at low cost, and in a simple way. One of the efforts to fulfill the public agency’s obligations is to provide a list of information in the form of a Public Information List (DIP).

List of Public Information is a record that contains information systematically about all public information that is under the control of a Public Agency. List of important Public Information in relation to information services. List of Public Information is included in the category of information that must be available at any time in a Public Agency. In addition, the Public Information List can facilitate information officers in serving requests for information. The List of Public Information can be used to assist in compiling an information database and find out what information is controlled and the whereabouts of this information in work units/units, because often each work unit/unit within a Public Agency does not know what information is in the unit/work unit. another work unit. The Public Information Register also makes it easier for the public to find information and to inform the public about what information is in the Public Agency.


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