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    West Java Provincial Government Wants to Make Mall


    BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government is planning to build an integrated service mall for the public that will integrate all services in one roof.

    Sekda Jabar Iwa Karniwa said the public mall development plan is an extension of the services provided by the Office of Investment and Integrated Services One Door (DPMPTSP) Jabar forward. "Later it is not only the provincial licensing service but from the vertical institution we also input in this public service mall," he said in Bandung, Wednesday (7/2)

    The location of public service mall is planned to take the building and land Training Agency SDM Jabar located in the city of Bandung. This development is done considering the current office of DPMPTSP Jabar in terms of area and location is not possible to expand. "Later BPSDM will be concentrated and concentrated in Cipageran, Cimahi," he said.

    According to him, the effort to design this mall became one of the tasks of the Ease of Business Task Force formed by West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan. It targets the development process and preparation of the mall lay out can be done in 2018. "So 2019 we can finish and use," he said.

    The Task Force itself is currently consolidating the technical teams of a number of regional licensing (OPD) technical organizations such as Bina Marga and Spatial Planning, Energy and Mineral Resources to agriculture to deploy personnel in the DPMPTSP. "We also consolidate electronic services to tracking licensing issues that are hampered, permits also delegated to the DPMPTSP head," he explained.

    Iwa said in a public service mall later the citizens and entrepreneurs can come and take care of the licensing and information from the start of electrical installation, management of IMB to the needs of the police. "Lay outnya like a mall, comfortable society and get a clear service. Once the people come they get certainty about time and cost, "he said.

    Earlier in Bappeda Jabar, Director of Research and Development Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Wawan Wardiana said it welcomes if the West Java provincial government has a plan to provide integrated public services in the service mall. "As long as the provincial government thinks it is effective, efficient and boosts regional income please only," he said.

    According to him if his intention to optimize revenue other than the matter of ease of service, West Java Provincial Government can learn on the breakthrough conducted DKI Jakarta with KPK. DKI according to Wawan has one very complete and integrated data from all tribes of the agency to the related institutions. "The key is in data integration," he said. (Even)

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