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PATTIRO: The challenges of implementing the KIP Law are getting tougher

Jakarta, 1 May 2015 – The implementation of Law Number 14 of 2008 concerning openness of public information is 5 years old on 30 April 2015. However, the government’s achievements in implementing the KIP Law are still far from what has been targeted. According to data from the Directorate General of Public Information and Communication, on February …

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PATTIRO Learning Series: Openness of Public Information in Indonesia

by: Ahmad Rofik (Program Development Unit) Openness of Public Information in Indonesia Implementation of Law no. 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Openness (KIP) has been in place for four years. The average achievement of basic compliance for the formation of Information and Documentation Management Officers (PPID) has only reached 48.27%.[1] This low achievement is …

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PATTIRO: Pemda transparency is still low, a challenge for the new government

Evaluation of the Implementation of Minister of Home Affairs Instruction No. 188.52/1797/SJ regarding Transparency in Regional Budget Management JAKARTA, 26 September 2014 – To control and develop ethical practices in government, according to Steinberg & Austern (1999), a country must have the following: (i). open government; (ii). Report on the wealth of state officials; (iii). …

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Report of the Regional Workshop on Open Governance in the Central Region: Civil Society Perceptions of Openness and Background in Each Region

Problem Mapping and Networking Perception of Openness The implementation of openness in the regions has been quite a lot with various specific issues being pushed by CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) in each province since the enactment of the 2008 Public Information Disclosure Act. However, in its implementation, there are still obstacles and resistance. at the …

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Audience with the Provincial Government of Central Kalimantan as part of the OGP Regional Workshop series

On August 21, 2014, civil society representatives from Jakarta and Central Kalimantan held an audience with the Governor of Central Kalimantan, represented by Assistant II of Regional Secretariat of the Central Kalimantan Provincial Government, Syahrin Daulat. This civil society group met with Syahrin Daulat, who is in charge of PPID. The meeting was attended by …

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PPID of East Java Province Implements SIP Application

The Information Management and Documentation Officer (PPID) of the East Java Provincial Government has made innovations in the management and service of public information. With the support of PATTIRO and AIPD, his party has succeeded in installing the Public Information System application for Information Management and Documentation Officials (SIP PPID) on January 27, 2014. In …

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Low Absorption of Budget Interferes with Public Services PATTIRO: Implementation of UU KIP and Community Advocacy Encourage Budget Absorption

The low absorption of the budget by the government, both at the central and regional levels (pemda), has always been the theme of the news that surfaced in the media at the end of each year. Until early November 2013, the Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) noted that the average absorption of local government budgets …

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Application of the FOI Act and Community Advocacy will Encourage Budget Absorption

At the end of every year, the low budget absorption by government, both at the central and local level, always features significantly in the news. At the beginning of November 2013, the Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) recorded local government budget absorption to be at only 68% on average throughout Indonesia. Whilst at the beginning …

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PATTIRO Requests the Government to Maintain Consistency in the Establishment of PPID and the Undertaking of Monitoring and Evaluating

The high degree of local government enthusiasm and expectation over the implementation of the Public Information Openness Act (UU KIP) will improve information transparency, including transparency of governmental budgetary management and planning. Indirectly, this information transparency can reduce the potential for corruption and budgetary fraud. As part of this enthusiasm, many local governments have requested …

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Press Release: The Need for a Role for All Parties to Build the Indonesian Open Government Partnership (OGP)

At the October 2013, the Annual Summit of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) in London, England, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia was installed as the International OGP Chair until 2015. The OGP is a movement for government openness which aims for transparency and accountability in the public service. In Indonesia, the OGP movement …

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West Nusa Tenggara Information Management Officer is Indonesia’s Best

OCTOBER 30, 2013 Ministry of Home Affairs has recognized West Nusa Tenggara’s Information Management Officer (PPID) to be the best PPID in Indonesia. West Nusa Tenggara’s Public Information System is seen as being very useful for the community. West Nusa Tenggara’s achievement is also shared with Central Java and East Java. The award is given …

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Request for Information from Residents of Dompu and West Lombok

On Wednesday, September 12 2013, the Wawonduru Village Posyandu Cadre Forum requested information from the Information Management and Documentation Officer (PPID) in Dompu Regency, NTB. This request for information was a follow-up to a community discussion held the day before in the Wawonduru Village Office Hall. Requests for information were made on behalf of Juwairiah, …

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