BANDUNG-West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) hopes that with the handover of DIPA 2018 development and disbursement of the budget can take place more timely, more evenly, and give multiplier effect (multiplier effect) on our economic development.
"The delivery of DIPA is the beginning of a series of processes of implementation of the State Budget (APBN) Year 2018 which has been agreed by the House of Representatives with the Government," said West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan.
Aher said after submitting DIPA to Vertical Institutions / Institutions and Provincial and Regency / Regency Government, in Gedung Sate, Tuesday (19/12)
Aher said, DIPA has comprehensive information on outcomes and outputs targeted by each Ministry / Agency in accordance with the government work plan and national development priorities, performance indicators of each Ministry / Agency, and the amount of allocation.
Governor Aher also said that the budget of Transfer to Regions through DAU, DAK, DBH and Village Funds in 2018, is directed to increase the number and quality of public services in the regions, as well as create job opportunities, alleviate poverty, and reduce inequality among regions.
In addition, Aher said, as the President directed, the Village Fund can be used self-managed through labor-intensive programs in each region. The budget of Transfer to Regional and Village Fund Year 2018 reached Rp66, 52 trillion is spread throughout the Regency / City Se-Province West Java.
"This demonstrates the commitment of decentralization and the Government's alignment to build Indonesia from the periphery, as the development vision embodied in Nawa Cita," Aher said.
In particular to the Regents / Mayors in the Region of West Java Province, Governor Aher advised that as soon as possible to submit DIPA APBN and coordinate to the Regional Devices in their respective territories.
Subsequently, Aher requested that the DIPA be the basis for synchronizing the execution of the budget, whether funded from APBN or from APBD.
The Governor also instructed the Regent / Mayor to implement the activities beginning at the beginning of the fiscal year, in order to provide a more quality outcome, while simultaneously stimulating economic activity throughout 2018 in a balanced way.
"Do not forget to improve the quality of APBD management by preparing and implementing APBD in a measurable and output-based manner, ensuring that budget allocations are actually utilized for programs and activities that have added value to the community," he said.
Not until there, Aher also gave reference to DIPA recipients in order to increase public spending so that the allocation could be greater than personnel expenditure. That is, it is necessary to optimize the use of funds sourced from Transfer to the Region more productively.
"Use DAK Physical for infrastructure development in accordance with the needs and priorities of the region, and implemented correctly and away from corrupt actions," said Aher.
Aher also encourages synchronization and synergy between activities funded from provincial APBD, district / city APBD, and Desa budgets, in accordance with their respective authorities. As well as efficiency of operational expenditures, including personnel expenditures, official travel, team / activity honors, and meetings.
"Improving the quality of APBD as well as the timely approval of the APBD, so that the implementation of activities in the regions sourced from APBD can be implemented immediately without administrative, procedural or bureaucratic obstacles," said Aher.
Not to forget, Aher also encourage the increased competence of all regional apparatus in order to work professionally, both in managing local finances in a transparent and accountable, as well as in providing services to the community.
Head of Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury of West Java Province, Yuniar Yanuar Rasyid, said that with the submission of budget document of 2018 which was done on the end of 2017, the Ministry of Finance encouraged Regents / Mayors and Central Government Work Units to start the program and activities early in the year 2018.
"It is intended that the aspects of the quality of government, public services and development can also be felt immediately benefit the wider community in the region respectively," said Yuniar.
As well as APBN management at the central level, the 2018 APBN for the Province of West Java is also structured more realistically, credibly and efficiently, in order to promote economic growth, as well as an instrument to tackle unemployment, expand employment opportunities, alleviate poverty, and reduce inequalities.
For 2018, APBN funds flowing to West Java provinces / regencies / cities are planned for Rp110.274 trillion more, consisting of Fund Transfer and Village Fund of Rp66.52 trillion and Funds through Ministries / Agencies in West Java at Rp43. 748 trillion. The details of Fund Transfer and Village Fund are Rp34,413 trillion of DAU, DBH of Rp6.086 trillion, DAK Rp20.620 trillion, Regional Incentive Fund (DID) Rp582 billion and Village Fund Rp4,823 trillion. Meanwhile, for the DIPA ceiling, the details consist of Vocalist Office Allocation of Rp12.152 trillion, Regional Offices amounting to Rp30.434 trillion, Deconcentration of Rp411.415 billion, Co-Charges Rp746.190 billion and Joint Affairs of Rp4.337 billion .