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    Here is Note from Ministry of Home Affairs for the West Java Regional Government Implementation Report


    BANDUNG - After obtaining the Parasamya Punakarya Nugraha award for achieving a top-three performance nationally in three consecutive years, West Java continues to strive to maintain and even improve the achievement. For this reason, the West Java Provincial Government held a working meeting on the preparation of the Regional Government Implementation Report (LPPD) in 2018, in the West Hall of Gedung Sate Bandung, Wednesday (1/16/19).

    West Java Regional Secretary (Sekda) Iwa Karniwa who was present on behalf of the Governor explained, based on the evaluation of the national team on the provincial and Regency / City LPPD held in July 2018, several aggregate performance indicators of governance must be significantly increased, namely the average sanitary households (still at 76.69%), average active cooperatives (still at 71.68%), workers' social security services (still at 74.96%), area ratio slums were assessed to increase (from 0.91% to 1.10%), green open space which continued to decline (from 25.63% to 17.82%), as well as certification of land owned by regional government (still at 37.95 %).

    "There are a number of things that need to be improved in the future, such as the participation of Vocational School / Highschool / Islamic Highschool, sanitation must also be improved, including also the certificate owned by the regional government which is still relatively low in certification," Iwa said after the event.

    Director of Performance Evaluation and Regional Capacity Improvement of the Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs Drajat Wisnu Setyawan said there were five points that became recommendations to be considered by the West Java provincial government in the preparation of the LPPD in 2018, namely strategies to increase capacity and quality improvement, increase the effectiveness of fiscal decentralization, monitor achievement performance at government outreach, improving the quality of LPPD compilation, and increasing coordination between provincial OPDs and Districts / Cities.

    This is important, said Drajat, because the results of the LPPD evaluation will be a report for regional heads, the DPRD, as well as overall OPD for a full year. Drajat also stressed that the final results of the LPPD evaluation will be taken into consideration for the Ministry of Finance, so that it will have a major impact on the Regional Incentive Fund (DID)

    "In the future, the results of the performance evaluation of the LPPD will be input for the Ministry of Finance. So it will have an impact on the regional incentive funds received by regional governments, "said Drajat.

    Regarding the West Java Provincial Government's plan to implement the electronic LPPD coordination system (e-LPPD), Drajat revealed that for 2018, the Ministry of Home Affairs is still implementing manual drafting and delivery processes. Whereas the compilation of electronic LPPDs has not yet been implemented, given the development of the substitution RPP No. 3 of 2007 and PP No. 6 of 2008 has not been ratified.

    "For the preparation and delivery, we are still referring to manual instructions like in previous years. "The e-LPPD is only to facilitate coordination, which is delivered at a fixed central manual," said Drajat.

    At present, the LPPD process is still at the stage of preparation and delivery. As mandated by article 69 paragraph 1 of Law No. 23 of 2014, LPPD must be submitted no later than three months after the end of the fiscal year, or at the end of March. The plan, the results of the 2018 LPPD evaluation will be announced in April 2019.

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