BANDUNG - A number of Padjadjaran University lecturers developed effective methods to facilitate the measurement of job analysis, workload, to job evaluation for the apparatus of the state civil apparatus (ASN) by utilizing information technology applications.
The application project called "E-Apparatus" was developed by lecturers of the Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Unpad, including Yogi Suprayogi Sugandi, PhD, Dr. Sawitri Budi Utami, Dr. Dedi Sukarno and Dr. Ramadhan Pancasilawan.
Yogi explained that the "E-Apparatus" project began with research into the preparation of job analysis and workload of a provincial government using the manual method. It was said to be manual because he and the team had to enter data one by one into the number processing application.
"From the results of this drafting, we printed it and it turned out wrong, because there are various kinds of regulations governing job analysis, workload analysis, and job evaluation," he said.
Yogi said there were at least 3 related institutions that issued regulations regarding job analysis, workload, and job evaluation. The three agencies are Kemenpan RB, Ministry of Home Affairs, and State Personnel Agency.
The three regulations have different counting versions. This often confuses local government executives. Each analysis report to the relevant ministry must be made based on the regulations issued.
"So that friends in the government must make 3 documents, it can cost up to 5 billion Rupiah," Yogi said.
Handling the problem, Yogi and the team made an application system based on one assessment. Working closely with the Bandung City Government, the application included an assessment of the three existing regulations, namely the Minister of Home Affairs Regulation No. 35 of 2012, the Minister of Finance Regulation No. 33 of 2011, and the BKN Regulation No. 12 of 2011.
The "E-Apparatus" application will then be developed to measure the job evaluation process, to arrive at an assessment of individual work and competence. This competency assessment uses four indicators, namely managerial, socio-cultural, technical, and governmental. (jo)