BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government (Jabar) and 27 regencies / cities signed the use of non-cash transactions with West Java Bank Indonesia at Trans Hotel Bandung, Tuesday (12/12).
This is in accordance with the Minister of Home Affairs (SE Minister of Home Affairs) No. 910/1866 / SI dated 17 April 2017 concerning Implementation of Non-Cash Transactions to Provincial Government and SE Minister of Home Affairs. 910/1867 / SJ dated April 17, 2017 concerning Implementation of Non-Cash Transactions at Regency / City Government.
"Implementation of Non-Cash Transactions to Local Government is implemented no later than January 1, 2018," said Head of West Java BI Wiwiek Sisti Widayat.
The non-cash transactions cover all transactions of revenue and expenditure of the area managed by the treasurer of expenditure receipt / treasurer, and follow up the signing of the Joint Agreement between Bank Indonesia and the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia No. I9 / 8 / NK / GBI / ZOI7 on Cooperation and Coordination in the Framework of the Implementation of Duties of Bank Indonesia and the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Indonesia, it is deemed necessary to implement the instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Letter and to follow up the Collective Agreement at the regional level.
Joint Agreement Between West Java Provincial Government, Bank Indonesia, and Regency / City Government of West Java on Implementation of Non-Cash Transactions In West Java signed by West Java Governor, Head of Bank Indonesia Office of West Java Province and 27 Head of Regency and City of West Java.
The scope of cooperation in this Collective Agreement is the implementation of the Non-Cash Transfer National Movement (GNNT), socialization and education related to the implementation of non-cash transactions and the development and synchronization of non-cash transactions infrastructure and technology in accordance with the direction and policies of the national payment system.
At the same time, the Joint Agreement Between the West Java Provincial Government, Bank Indonesia and PT Internasional West Java on Implementation of Non-Cash Transactions in the International Airports Area of West Java and Kertajati Aerocity.
West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan himself supports the implementation of non-cash transactions on the grounds to be more efficient and reduce the risk of diversion.
"Later payment of the tender, payment between third parties also must be non-cash and transparent," he concluded. Jo