Government Regulation No. 9 2014

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 9 Tahun 2014

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Microsoft Word-URpp9-2014bt.doc STATE GAZETTE of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 31, 2014. Geospatial. Information. Implementation. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5502) REGULATION of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 9 2014 on the IMPLEMENTATION of Act No. 4 of the year 2011 ABOUT GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 17 paragraph (5), article 28 paragraph (3), article 31, paragraph (3) of article 39 paragraph (3), article 53 paragraph (3), article 57 subsection (5), and article 63 clause (3) of Act No. 4 of the year 2011 about Geospatial Information as well as in order to optimize the implementation of the legislation in a comprehensive manner , need to establish a government regulation on the implementation of Act No. 4 of the year 2011 about Geospatial Information; Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 4 of the year 2011 about Geospatial Information (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5214); 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 2 decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATION on the IMPLEMENTATION of Act No. 4 of the year 2011 ABOUT GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is: 1. is the nature of Geospatial keruangan which showed a position or location of an object or event which is below, at, or above the Earth's surface which is expressed in a particular coordinate system. 2. Geospatial Data hereinafter abbreviated DG is data about a geographic location, dimension, or measure, and/or characteristics of objects in nature, and/or man-made are below, at, or above the Earth's surface. 3. Geospatial Information hereinafter abbreviated IG is DG that have been processed so that it can be used as a tool in policy formulation, decision-making, and/or implementation of activities related to the terrestrial room. 4. Basic Geospatial Information hereinafter abbreviated IGD is the IG that describes an object that can be seen or measured directly from the physical appearance of the Earth and that has not changed in a relatively long time. 5. Thematic Geospatial Information hereinafter abbreviated IGT is the IG that describes one or more specific themes that made reference to the IGD. 6. Infrastructure Geospatial Information hereinafter abbreviated IG is the infrastructure of the facilities and infrastructure that are used to facilitate the Organization of the IG. 7. Updates are updates of data and information. 8. Periodic Updates are updates to the IGD control nets to geodetic or to map the base, conducted at regular intervals within a certain time period. 9. Nonperiodik Update is an update to the IGD control geodetic nets or for a map of the base, which is done according to the needs in the not. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 313 10. A hazard is a condition that may pose a threat of safety or incur an accident or harm to human beings or things. 11. The spacecraft is equipped with a means of transport equipment collection DG. 12. is the awarding of Incentives from the Government to advance the development, expansion, and/or the use of processing software DG and the IG which is free and open. 13. Software is a programming code that is used to run an application or a system on a hard disk. 14. Free software is software that is obtained without charge. 3. Duplicate copies of IGT is IGT either print or digital Format. 16. The map is a reflection of the natural elements and/or man-made, that is above or below the surface of the Earth depicted on a flat field with a certain scale. 17. The scale is a number comparison between distance in an IG by distance on the Earth. 18. Indonesia is a map Basemap basics provides information specifically for land area. 19. Environment Map is a map of Indonesia Coast base that provides information specifically for the coastal area. 8. The marine environment the National Map is a map of the base that provides information specifically for sea area. 21. the unit is a standard Format/size that is used generally by the public at large. 22. The Agency is the Agency's Geospatial Information. 23. Government agencies are the ministries and Government agencies nonkementerian. 24. Local Government is the Governor, Governor or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance. 25. the authorized Agencies are government agencies or local governments who have authority in setting a decision related to the duties, functions, authorities and agencies. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 4 26. The institution of the giver is a government agency or local government that organizes IGT. 27. The recipient Institutions are government agencies or SEGWAY responsible in the field of library and/or in the field of archives. 28. every Person is an individual person, group of people, or a business entity. 29. Business entity is a State-owned enterprise, region, or business entity that is incorporated in law. 30. Developer is any person who makes a processing software DG and the IG which is free and open. 31. The developer is any person who developed an existing Software to manipulate the DG and the IG which is free and open. 32. The user is anyone who uses processing software DG and the IG which is free and open. 33. The verification Team is a team of appraisers who do some checking and filtering the proposed granting of incentives. 34. The regional unit of the device Work hereinafter abbreviated SEGWAY is a local government area in the province and kabupaten/kota. 35. The organizer of the IG are government agencies, local governments, and everyone. Article 2 scope this Regulation include: a. conducting IG; b. implementing in the field the IG; c. Organization of the IGD and updates; d. fostering IG; and e. administrative sanctions. CHAPTER II ORGANIZATION of the GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION is considered part of the Common article 3 organization of the IG as stipulated in article 2 letter a is done through activities: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 316 a. collecting DG; b. processing of DG and the IG; c. storage and security DG and the IG; d. dissemination of DG and the IG; and e. the use of IG. The second part of Paragraph 1 Geospatial Data collection General article 4 (1) the collection of DG referred to in article 3 a is performed on the entire space on the territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia and his jurisdiction. (2) Collecting DG referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. DG Basis; and b. the DG Thematic. (3) the collection of DG Basis referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is done by the Agency. (4) the collection of Thematic DG as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b performed by: a. Government agencies; b. the Government of the region; and/or c. every person. (5) the collection of DG referred to in subsection (2) must be in accordance with the standard collection of DG. Article 5 collection of DG as referred to in article 4 is done with: a. a survey using instrumentation to measure and/or record, done on land, on water, rides on air rides, and/or on a spaceship; b. counting; and/or c. other ways in accordance with the development of science and technology. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 6 article 6 in terms of collecting DG carried out for purposes of emergency response in the area which was declared a disaster emergency area, collecting DG organised quickly in accordance with the disaster emergency response process. Article 7 Collection DG can be done with teamwork between organizers of the IG. Article 8 (1) gathering cooperation DG conducted by government agencies and/or local governments must be done effectively and efficiently. (2) material cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) should refer to the national IG catalog. (3) in the case of material cooperation has been listed in the national catalogue of IG, cooperation with the collection can only be done in the interest of updating the IG. (4) DG produced through cooperation in collecting DG referred to in subsection (1) is entered in the catalog of the national IG. Article 9 (1) the collection of DG can be done through cooperation with foreign institutions, business entity, foreign or foreign citizens. (2) the partnership gathering DG conducted by government agencies and/or local governments with foreign institutions, business entity, foreign or foreign citizens should refer to the provisions as referred to in article 8. (3) the plan does work the same gathering of the DG referred to in subsection (2) made by the Agency, other than the obligatory notified to the Agency to get consideration. (4) the consideration referred to in subsection (3) may be in the form of an opinion or advice on certain matters according to the nature and substance needed in cooperation. Paragraph 2 Permits the collection of Geospatial Data Collection article 10 DG of compulsory license in case of: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 317 a. done in forbidden areas; b. potentially poses a Danger; or c. use foreign-owned Spacecraft other than satellite. Article 11 (1) the authorized Agencies can designate an area as a restricted area referred to in article 10 the letter a for a period of time. (2) the determination of the prohibited area referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (3) the prohibited Area referred to in subsection (2) may include: a. the area of security; or b. the territory of Defense. (4) in case necessary, the collection of DG can be done in the forbidden areas as referred to in subsection (3) by first obtaining the permission of the authorized Agencies. (5) the authorized Agencies as referred to in paragraph (4) composed of: a. the State police of the Republic of Indonesia for granting permits in the area of security; and b. the Ministry organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of Defense for granting permits in the area of Defense. Article 12 (1) the collection of that potentially harm DG referred to in article 10, letter b can be done when it has obtained the permission of the owner, the ruler, or the beneficiaries of the region. (2) the potential dangers referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. hazard for Gatherer DG; b. object of collecting DG; and/or c. environment around objects in the collection of DG. (3) the permit referred to in subsection (1) is given after the agreed upon regarding the condition of the Hazard in question between collecting the data with the owner, the ruler, or the beneficiaries of the region. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 8 Article 13 collection DG that use foreign-owned satellite other than a vehicle referred to in subparagraph c of article 10 covers the collection with the use of: a. land Rides foreign-owned; b. foreign-owned water Rides; and/or c. foreign-owned air Rides. Article 14 Permits the collection of DG that use foreign-owned satellite other than Vehicle as referred to in article 13 is given by the head of the Agency. Article 15 (1) the head of the Agency in providing consent as stipulated in article 14 must first get recommendations from relevant agencies. (2) the granting of permits results Recap as referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of research and technology on a regular basis. Article 16 collection activities in terms of DG related to research and development activities by foreigners, the permission mechanism is implemented in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Paragraph 3 of the Ordinance's license article 17 (1) to obtain permission as referred to in article 10, the applicant must apply for permission in writing to the giver of the consent. (2) the application for a permit referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. the identity of the applicant; b. purpose and objectives; c. regional plans will be done collecting DG; d. the plan time collecting DG; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 319 e. list of implementing personnel collecting DG; f. activities that will be performed in the activity of collecting DG; and g. a description or specification of the instrument and Spacecraft which will be used in the activity of collecting DG. Article 18 (1) the application for a permit referred to in article 17 which was accepted in full and correctly by the mandatory consent giver a news event made the acceptance of the petition. (2) the application for acceptance of the events referred to in subsection (1) is made at the time of the application for a permit received by the giver of the consent. (3) the application for acceptance of the events referred to in subsection (2) is used as evidence of the acceptance of the petition by the top giver for permission. (4) the giver of the consent referred to in subsection (3) required to provide either a decision accepting or refusing the application for which has been made of the news event reception. (5) Decision against the petition, be either accept or reject as referred to in paragraph (4) was published by mandatory giver permits the longest period of 20 (twenty) working days counted from the date of receipt of the event news. (6) in the event of a decision as referred to in subsection (5) in the form of rejection, the decision must be accompanied with the reason for denial. Article 19 collection of DG as stipulated in article 10 obliged is performed according to the permissions that have been published. Article 20 (1) the collection of the DG has obtained the permission of obligatory reporting to the giver of the consent for the implementation of the collection of DG. (2) Reporting as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out at regular intervals and/or after collecting DG was completed. Article 21 Giver for permission to conduct surveillance activities of collecting DG that have obtained permission. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 10 section 22 (1) the permission Giver set the standard operating procedures of granting permission. (2) the standard operating procedures as referred to in paragraph (1) are exposed and become a guideline along between the applicant and the giver of the consent. The third part of the processing of Geospatial Data Geospatial Information and Article 23 processing of DG and the IG as stipulated in article 3 letter b is a process or way of rework DG and the IG. Section 24 and DG IG Processing as referred to in article 23 must be done within the country. Article 25 (1) in some cases, the processing of DG and the IG can be done abroad. (2) processing of DG and the IG abroad referred to in subsection (1) is performed in human resources and/or equipment needed is not yet available in the country. Article 26 in the event that the processing of DG and the IG carried out abroad as stipulated in article 25, should consider at least the aspects: a. technology transfer; b. an increase in human resources; and c. Security. Article 27 Processing DG and the IG committed abroad must get permission from the Agency. Article 28 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the granting of permit processing and DG IG abroad is set by regulation of the head of the Agency. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 3111 Article 29 Processing DG and the IG is done using the licensed software and/or the free and open nature. Article 30 (1) the Government is providing incentives to everyone to build, develop, and/or using processing software DG and the IG which is free and open. (2) local governments can provide incentives to everyone to build, develop, and/or using processing software DG IG and the free and open nature that contribute to the local Governments concerned. Article 31 Form the incentives as stipulated in article 30 be: a. award; b. special assessment in the process of procurement of goods/services; c. the granting of the increased activities of the human resources in the field of software; and/or d. processing supply DG and the IG. Article 32 (1) awards as stipulated in article 31 of the Charter in the form of a letter or certificate. (2) a Special Assessment in the process of procurement of goods/services as stipulated in article 31 of the letter b in the form of adding value in the technical evaluation in the process of procurement of goods/services. (3) the granting of the increased activities of the human resources in the field of Software as referred to in article 31 of the letter c in the form of training and/or workshops. (4) the provision of the means of the processing of DG and the IG as stipulated in article 31 of the letter d in the form of provision of storage processing software DG and the IG and provision servers. Article 33 (1) the grant of Incentives is done through the process of proposing. (2) Proposals as referred to in paragraph (1) may be made by any person. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 12 (3) Giver Incentives can give the recipient candidates proposed Incentives. (4) the proposed candidate recipients Incentives referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) is submitted in writing to the Minister/head of the Government agency nonkementerian, the Governor, or the bupati/walikota prospective voters an incentive to do the assessment. Article 34 (1) of the assessment process of granting incentives, Minister/head of the Government agency nonkementerian, the Governor, or the bupati/walikota form verification team. (2) verification team as mentioned in subsection (1) is composed of representatives of agencies aspirant voters incentives, academia, business, and society. Article 35 the Verification Team as stipulated in article 34 on duty: a. verifying the recipient candidates proposed Incentives; b. determine the results of the verification of the prospective recipient of the incentive and the incentive type recommendations; and c. give the results of verification of the prospective recipient of the incentive and the recommendations of the kind of incentive to Minister/head of the Government agency nonkementerian, the Governor, or Regent/Mayor. Article 36 the Minister/head of the Government agency nonkementerian, the Governor, or Regent/Mayor as stipulated in article 35 of the letter c, in giving approval or rejection must be based on the results of verification of the prospective recipient of the incentive and the Incentive type recommendations submitted verification team. Article 37 the granting of Incentives in the form of a special assessment in the process of procurement of goods/services as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (2) is conducted in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 38 the granting of Incentives in the form of human resources improvement activities in the field of Software as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (3) was done for level Builders, developers, and users. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 3114 Article 39 the grant of Incentives in the form of the provision of the means of the processing of DG and the IG as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (4) is carried out by: a. providing a means for storing and processing software DG IG which is free and open; and b. the provision of servers that can be accessed easily by the user. Article 40 in terms of Incentives granted by the Agency, other than the granting of Incentives are informed to the body. Article 41 the criteria of award recipients as referred to in article 31 of the letter a to the Developer include the following: a. create a new software that haven't been made before; b. Software has been used by at least 50 (fifty) User as evidenced by sign lawfully obtaining evidence; c. Software benefits perceived by the user; and d. other criteria specified by the verification team. Article 42 the criteria of award recipients as referred to in article 31 of the letter a to the Developer include the following: a. developing software Developer who has been there so that more useful and easy to use; b. Software benefits perceived by at least 50 (fifty) User as evidenced by sign lawfully obtaining evidence; and c. other criteria specified by the verification team. Article 43 the criteria of award recipients as referred to in article 31 of the letter a to the user include: a. the user using processing software DG and the IG which is free and open in the shortest period of 1 (one) year; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 14 b. Users shows DG and/or IG which is generated using the software referred to in subparagraph a; and c. other criteria specified by the verification team. Article 44 special assessment of recipient Criteria in the process of procurement of goods/services as stipulated in article 31 of the letter b to the Developer include: a. Builders create new software which has never been made before and will have a new name; b. Software will be useful to at least 100 (one hundred) User as evidenced by sign lawfully obtaining evidence; and c. other criteria specified by the verification team. Article 45 special assessment of recipient Criteria in the process of procurement of goods/services as stipulated in article 31 of the letter b to the Developer include the following: a. developing software Developer who has been there so that more useful and easy to use; b. the software is used by at least 100 (one hundred) User as evidenced by sign lawfully obtaining evidence; and c. other criteria specified by the verification team. Article 46 Criteria recipient software training as referred to in article 31 of the letter c covers: a. Government agencies or local governments are using the software free and open the IG; and b. the software developers who develop software IG which is free and open. Article 47 provision of recipient Criteria means the processing of DG and the IG as stipulated in article 31 of the letter d include: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 3115 a. IG Organizer that has a commitment to development, development, and use of processing software DG and the IG which is free and open; and b. the builders and Developers processing software DG and the IG which is free and open. The fourth part of the storage and security of Geospatial Data and Geospatial Information Article 48 (1) storage and security DG and the IG as stipulated in article 3 of the letter c is how to put the DG and the IG in a safe place and is not damaged or lost in order to guarantee the availability of the IG. (2) the storage and security DG and the IG as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 49 (1) to ensure the availability of a National Institution, the giver of IGT is mandatory duplicate IGT which asked. (2) Duplicate IGT as referred to in paragraph (1) mandatory submission to the recipient Institutions. (3) Duplicate the IGT has been handed over to the Recipient Institutions as referred to in paragraph (2) should be accessible again by the giver. Article 50 Duplicate IGT as stipulated in article 49 include: a. Duplicate IGT as material library; and b. a duplicate IGT as archives. Article 51 (1) Duplicate IGT as material the library organized by government agencies submitted to the responsible government agencies in the area of the library. (2) Duplicate IGT as material the library organized by the local Government submitted to the SEGWAY responsible in the area of the library. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 16 Article 52 (1) Duplicate IGT as archives held by government agencies submitted to the responsible government agencies in the field of archives. (2) Duplicate IGT as archive held by the local Government submitted to the SEGWAY in charge in the field of archives. Article 53 (1) Duplicate Submission IGT from the giver to the receiver's Institute noted in a news event of the handover. (2) News event of the handover as referred to in paragraph (1) was agreed by the giver and the recipient Institution. (3) in the case of duplicate IGT as archive, Duplicate IGT submitted to Recipient Institutions accompanied the document authentication from the organizers. Article 54 (1) Duplicate IGT as material library as stipulated in article 50 letters a submitted at least 3 (three) months from IGT is published. (2) Duplicate IGT archive as referred to in article 50 submitted the letter b at least 2 (two) years since the completion of the manufacturing activities of IGT according to the provisions of legislation. Article 55 of the recipient Institution is obligated to carry out: a. storage and safeguarding of Duplicate IGT; b. the provision of access to Duplicate IGT for government agencies, local governments, and/or any person in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; and c. the creation of Duplicate rediscovery AIDS IGT. Article 56 Duplicate IGT as stipulated in article 49 has a form of presentation include: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 3117 a. information table berkoordinat; b. print the map in the form of a sheet or book atlas; c. digital map; d. interactive map; and/or e. Map multimedia. Article 57 berkoordinat information table as stipulated in article 56 letters a and Map printed in the form of a sheet or book atlas as stipulated in article 56 the letter b was handed over in the form of: a. the print; and b. digital. Article 58 (1) berkoordinat information table as stipulated in article 56 the letter a in digital form is created in the form of food. (2) Map printed in the form of a sheet or book atlas as stipulated in article 56 font b in digital form is created in the original Format and the Format of the food. Article 59 (1) digital map, interactive map, and/or multimedia Maps referred to in Article 56 of the letter c, letter d, and the letters e, made in the original Format and the Format of the food. (2) for an interactive map and a map of multimedia, in addition to the made in original Format and the Format, also delivered with the software. The fifth part of the dissemination of Geospatial Data and Geospatial Information Article 60 (1) deployment of DG and the IG as stipulated in article 3 letter d is an activity of granting access, distribution, and exchange of DG and the IG can be done with electronic media and print media. (2) deployment of DG and the IG as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 18 the sixth use of Geospatial Information to article 61 (1) use of the IG as stipulated in article 3 of the letter e is an activity to benefit either directly or indirectly. (2) the use of IG as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The seventh section of the Geospatial Information infrastructure development Paragraph 1 General Article 62 (1) the Government must facilitate infrastructure development to facilitate the holding of the IG IG. (2) the IG Infrastructure referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. policies; b. institutional; c. technology; d. standard; and e. human resources. (3) facilitation of infrastructure development IG as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Agency. (4) in conducting facilitation of infrastructure development IG as referred to in paragraph (3), the Agency may cooperate with government agencies, local governments, educational institutions, and/or any person. Paragraph 2 of article 63 Policy Policies as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. the national IG policy; b. IG policy government agencies; and c. the IG policy of local government. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 3119 Article 64 national IG Policies as stipulated in article 63 letters a poured in the national medium term development plan. Article 65 (1) of the national IG Policies as stipulated in article 64 becomes a reference in the preparation of the national plan of action for the Organization of the IG. (2) the action plan of organizing the national IG as referred to in paragraph (1) compiled by all stakeholders in the field of national coordination meetings through the IG IG. (3) Organizing national coordination meeting of the IG as referred to in paragraph (2) is coordinated by the Agency and the Ministry that organizes the Affairs of Government in areas of national development planning. (4) the action plan of organizing the national IG as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by the head of the Agency. (5) the action plan of organizing the national IG is used as reference in drafting the work plan of the Government and the local government. (6) the action plan of organizing the national IG evaluated each year through the national coordination meeting of the IG. Article 66 (1) IG Policy Government agencies as stipulated in article 63 letter b should be drawn up on the basis of the policy of national action plans and the IG of organizing the national IG. (2) the IG Policy Government agencies established by the respective Minister/head of the Government agency nonkementerian. Article 67 (1) local government IG Policies as stipulated in article 63 of the letter c must be drawn up on the basis of medium-term regional development plan and the national plan of action for the Organization of the IG. (2) policy of local government established by the IG of the respective Governor or Regent/Mayor. Paragraph 3 of article 68 Institutional (1) Institutional as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2) letter b is a container in the IG. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 (2) Institutional referred to in subsection (1) is facilitated through the forum meetings comprising interest antarpemangku elements: a. Government agencies; b. the Government of the region; and c. any person. (3) Forum meeting as referred to in paragraph (2) was held by the Agency on a regular basis. Paragraph 4 of article 69 Technology Technology as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2) Letter c is a means to support the holding of the IG. Article 70 government agencies and local governments in the construction and/or technology development as stipulated in article 69 must comply with the technical criteria set forth by the head of the Agency. Article 71 (1) of doing development and/or technology development as stipulated in article 70, government agencies and local governments can carry out cooperation with other parties. (2) the cooperation referred to in paragraph (1) contains mandatory provisions on capacity building of human resources and technology transfer. Paragraph 5 of standard of article 72 (1) of the standard referred to in Article 62 paragraph (2) letter d is used as a reference for the Organization of the activities of the IG in baku. (2) the standards referred to in subsection (1) in the form of a standard National Indonesia and/or other technical specifications. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 3121 Article 73 Indonesia national standards referred to in Article 72 paragraph (2) may be enforced compulsorily by organizers of the IG. Article 74 the IG Organizers do periodic evaluation and dissemination of national standards against Indonesia and/or other technical specifications in accordance with those powers. Paragraph 6 of the human resources Article 75 (1) human resources as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2) letter e mandatory enhanced capacity in the Organization of the IG. (2) capacity building referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of: a. education; b. training; and/or c. research. (3) education as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a carried out by educational institutions in the field of formal IG. (4) drafting of the curriculum of formal educational institutions in the field of the IG as referred to in paragraph (3) is carried out by the Ministry which hosts the Affairs of Government in education after receiving input from the Agency. (5) the training referred to in paragraph (2) letter b done by the training institutions that have received accreditation from the body. (6) the study referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is done by the organizer of the IG in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. Article 76 (1) human resources as stipulated in article 75 which is the professionals in the field of the IG should be certified. (2) the certification referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 22 CHAPTER III IMPLEMENTERS in the FIELD of GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION to article 77 (1) of the Organization of the activities of the IG by government agencies or local governments may be executed by any person. (2) every person referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the individual person; b. to Corporately; and c. Group of people. Article 78 implementation of IG by the individuals and business entities as stipulated in article 77 paragraph (2) letter a and letter b is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 79 (1) groups of people as stipulated in article 77 paragraph (2) Letter c is required to have the affidavits as a group of people who had the ability to carry out a particular activity associated IG. (2) to obtain the certificate referred to in subsection (1), the person must meet the requirements: a. having at least 10 (ten) members; and b. have the ability carry out a particular activity associated IG. Article 80 (1) the certificate referred to in Article 79 was published by institutions that are accredited by the Agency. (2) the certificate referred to in subsection (1) applies to a specific period in accordance with the needs and the type of credentials. Article 81 groups of people who had the ability to carry out a particular activity associated IG IG carry out compulsory in accordance with the certificate referred to in Article 80. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 3123 Article 82 further Provisions concerning the certificate referred to in Article 81 is set by regulation of the head of the Agency. CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION of BASIC GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION & UPDATES section of the Union organizing the IGD Article 83 (1) 56th IGD was implemented by the agency based on the master plan of organization of IGD. (2) the parent organization of the IGD Plan referred to in subsection (1) are organized and assigned by the head of the Agency. (3) the parent organization of the IGD's plan as referred to in paragraph (2) contains the detail area to be held. (4) the parent organization of the IGD's plan as referred to in paragraph (3) are arranged at least based on: a. the development needs; b. national policies; c. development of science and technology; and/or d. availability of budget. (5) the master plan of organization of IGD as referred to in paragraph (4) was drawn up for a period of 25 (twenty-five) years and can be reviewed every 5 (five) years or at any time in accordance with national development needs. Article 84 (1) Government agencies and local governments can propose organizing the IGD outside the master plan of organization of IGD to Head the Agency. (2) the provisions concerning the Organization of the IGD proposals outside the master plan as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the regulations of the Agency Head. Article 85 (1) of the Organization of the IGD is implemented with the use of specific methods and procedures. (2) the methods and procedures as referred to in paragraph (1) are arranged with attention to: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 31 24 a. development of science and technology; and b. the standards and/or technical specifications that apply nationally and/or internationally. (3) further Provisions on the methods and procedures as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by the regulatory Agency Heads. Article 86 (1) to support the Organization of the IGD, the agency organizes information systems IGD. (2) the information system referred to in paragraph IGD (1) contains the level region in each date IGD. Article 87 (1) on the Organization of the IGD, the Agency may involve government agencies, local governments, and/or any person. (2) the Agency do the coordination, supervision, verification, and validation against the results of the conduct of the IGD as referred to in paragraph (1). (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for organizing the IGD as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the regulations of the Agency Head. Article 88 (1) the results of the conduct of the IGD is published periodically in accordance with the Organization of the update period and IGD with given code publication. (2) in some cases, the results of the conduct of the IGD can be published with not following schedule periodic publication as referred to in paragraph (1) with the given code in its own publications. The second part of Paragraph 1 General Update Article 89 provisions on organizing the IGD as referred to in articles 83 to 88 with article applies mutatis mutandis in against updating the IGD. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 3125 of article 90 (1) IGD Update done within a certain period. (2) the period of time referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. Periodic Updates; and b. the upgrade Nonperiodik. (3) IGD as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. geodetic control net; and b. a map base. Article 91 geodetic control Net as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (3) the letter a include: a. the national horizontal control nets; b. National vertical control net; and c. the NET control gayaberat. Article 92 of the basic Map as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (3) the letter b include: a. Topographic map of Indonesia; b. Map Indonesia coastal environments; and c. a map of national marine environment. Article 93 Basemap Indonesia as stipulated in article 92 letter a consists of: a. maps of scale 1:500 000, 1:1,000,000 and 1:250,000; b. maps of scale 1:100000, 1:50,000 and 1:25,000; and c. a map scale of 1:10000, 1:5000, 1:2500 and 1:1000. Article 94 Map coastal environments Indonesia as stipulated in article 92 letter b consists of: a. a map scale of 1:250,000; b. a map scale of 1:50,000 and 1:25,000; and c. a map scale of 1:10,000. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 26 Article 95 Map of national marine environment as stipulated in article 92 letters c consists of: a. a map scale of 1:500,000 and 1:250,000; and b. a map scale of 1:50,000. Paragraph 2 of article 96 Periodic Updates (1) geodetic control Net as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (2) letter a is updated on a periodic basis within a certain period. (2) the update referred to in subsection (1) done to: a. the value of the control mesh elements of Geodesy; and b. the physical means of geodetic control net. Article 97 (1) the value of the element of the NET control Geodesy as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. the coordinate reference system; b. horizontal coordinate values; c. vertical coordinate value or high; and d. the value of gayaberat. (2) the geodetic control net element Value referred to in subsection (1) is updated at least every 5 (five) years. Article 98 of the physical means of geodetic control net as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) letter b is updated periodically in the time period at least every 5 (five) years. Article 99 Map basis as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (3) the letter b is updated on a periodic basis within a certain period. Article 100 (1) Topographic Maps-scale 1:1,000,000 Indonesia, 1:500,000 and 1:250,000 as stipulated in article 93 letters a www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2014, no. 3127 is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 10 (ten) up to 25 (twenty five) years. (2) Topographic Map 1:100,000 scale, Indonesia, 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 as stipulated in article 93 the letter b is updated periodically in a period of 5 (five) up to 15 (fifteen) years. (3) the Basemap Indonesia Skala1:10000, 1:5000, 1:2500 and 1:1,000 as stipulated in article 93 of the letter c is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 1 (one) up to 10 (ten) years. Article 101 (1) Map Indonesia Beach Environment scale 1:250,000 as referred to in article 94 the letter a is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 15 (fifteen) up to 25 (twenty five) years. (2) Map Indonesia Beach Environment scale 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 as stipulated in article 94 the letter b is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 10 (ten) up to 15 (fifteen) years. (3) a map Indonesia Beach Environment scale 1:10,000 as stipulated in article 94 of the letter c is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 1 (one) up to 10 (ten) years. Article 102 (1) of the national marine environment Map scale 1:500,000 and 1:250,000 as stipulated in article 95 the letter a is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 15 (fifteen) up to 25 (twenty five) years. (2) the national marine environment Maps of scale 1:50, 000 as stipulated in article 95 the letter b is updated on a periodic basis within a period of 10 (ten) up to 15 (fifteen) years. Paragraph 3 of article 103 Nonperiodik Upgrade Nonperiodik upgrade is implemented in the event of certain events which urged to tackle Updating IGD. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 28 Article 104 urgent certain events as stipulated in article 103, be either: a. natural disasters; b. war; c. the expansion or alteration of administrative regions; or d. other occurrences that resulted in the above-mentioned elements of IGD. Article 105 of the scale base Map that is used to Update Nonperiodik organized according to your needs. Article 106 under certain circumstances Nonperiodik Updates can be prioritized for the area that has the most basic map of old and/or on the scale of the smallest among the national base Map availability. Chapter V CONSTRUCTION of GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION of article 107 (1) Coaching against the holding of the IG was done by the Agency. (2) the construction referred to in subsection (1) are conducted to: a. IGT organizers; and b. the user IG. (3) the organizers of IGT and IG Users referred to in subsection (2) includes the following: a. Government agencies; b. the Government of the region; and/or c. every person. Article 108 to the organizers of the construction IGT as stipulated in article 107 paragraph (2) letter a is done through: a. the settings in the form of publication of laws-invitation, guidelines, standards, and technical specifications as well as sosialisasinya; b. the grant guidance, supervision, education and training; 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 3,129 c. planning, research, development, monitoring, and evaluation; and/or d. conducting a functional national Office for human resources in government agencies and local governments. Article 109 of the construction to the user IG as stipulated in article 107 paragraph (2) letter b is done through: a. the existence of socialization of the IG and their possibilities of its utilization; and/or b. education and technical training in the use of IG. Article 110 (1) Setting in the form of the publication referred to in Article 108 letter a is done in the form of print media and/or electronically in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (2) Dissemination as stipulated in article 108 the letter a can be done with print, electronic media, and/or face-to-face. Article 111 the grant guidance, supervision, education, and training to the IGT organizers as stipulated in article 108 letter b done by the Agency in the form of: a. conducts technical guidance, seminars and/or workshops; b. perform accompaniment; and/or c. provide input curriculum, provides education and training, the granting of scholarships, internships, provision of facilities and distance learning. Section 112 planning, research, development, monitoring, and evaluation as stipulated in article 108 of the letter c is performed by the Agency through coordination with the organizer of IGT. Article 113 (1) Conducting a functional national Office for human resources in government agencies and local governments as stipulated in article 108 the letter d is done by the Agency as a functional Office Builder instance in the field of the IG. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 30 (2) Conducting a functional term as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. Article 114 the existence of socialization of the IG and their possibilities of use as stipulated in article 109 letter a is done by the Agency through: a. publications in print and electronic media; b. the exhibition; c. workshops; and/or d. any other socialization. Article 115 of the technical education and training use of the IG as stipulated in article 109 letter b is performed by the Agency at least through the allotment of assisting, advising, and/or mentoring. Article 116 of the construction in the form of education and training to government agencies or local governments are conducted periodically. Article 117 Bodies can work together with other parties in doing the coaching. CHAPTER VI Article 118 ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS to any person who violates the provisions of: a. Article 20, article 36, article 46, article 49 paragraph (2), article 50, or article 55 of the Act number 4 in 2011 about Geospatial Information; or b. Article 19, article 20, article 79, 81 or article of this Regulation, subject to administrative sanctions. Article 119 of the administrative Sanctions referred to in Article 118 in the form of: a. a written warning; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2014, no. 3131 b. temporary suspension of part or all of the activities; c. administrative fines; and/or d. revocation. Article 120 administrative Sanctions referred to in Article 118 is given by: a. the head of the Agency in accordance with its provisions for violation of: 1. Article 20, article 36, article 46, article 49 paragraph (2), article 50, or article 55 of the Act number 4 in 2011 about Geospatial Information; or 2. Article 19, article 20, article 79, or article 81 Government Regulation; b. the Minister, head of Government nonkementerian in addition to the head of the Agency, or the Governor, bupati/walikota suit for violation of its provisions: 1. Article 50 of Act No. 4 of the year 2011 about Geospatial Information; or 2. Article 19, article 20, Article 81 or Government regulations. Article 121 (1) of the administrative Sanction in the form of a written warning as stipulated in article 119 letter a charged to any person who violates the provisions of: a. Article 20, article 36, article 46, article 49 paragraph (2), article 50, or article 55 of the Act number 4 in 2011 about Geospatial Information; or b. Article 19, article 20, article 79, or article 81 government regulation. (2) a written Warning as referred to in subsection (1) is given in the form of a letter that contains: a. the details of the breach; b. the obligation to comply with the standards and/or technical provisions; and c. the imposition of sanctions and subsequent actions to be given. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 31 32 (3) a written Warning as referred to in paragraph (2) is given at most 2 (two) times with the deadline each of 5 (five) working days as of receipt of the written warning ever since. Article 122 (1) of the administrative Sanction in the form of temporary suspension of part or all of the activities referred to in Article 119 letter b charged to any person who does not heed the warning letter is written both as referred to in article 121 paragraph (3). (2) the temporary suspension of some or all of the activities referred to in subsection (1) is done by publishing the decision of suspension of activities. (3) in case the decision of suspension of the activity referred to in subsection (2) is not implemented, efforts can be carried out forcibly in the form of sealing and/or termination of activities. (4) After activity has stopped, the supervision in order to make the activities terminated does not operate again until the correct fulfillment of the obligations referred to in the decision letter of the temporary suspension of activities. Article 123 (1) of the administrative fines administrative Sanctions referred to in Article 119 letter c subject to any person who violates the provisions of article 46 of the Act number 4 in 2011 about Geospatial Information and did not heed the warning is written both as referred to in article 121 paragraph (3). (2) an Administrative Penalty referred to in subsection (1) is imposed at most Rp RP 100,000,000 (one hundred million rupiah). Article 124 (1) administrative Sanction in the form of revocation as stipulated in article 119 letter d charged to any person who violates: a. conditions as referred to in article 7 or article 8 of this Regulation; and b. does not heed the warning is written both as referred to in article 121 paragraph (3). (2) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out by way of issuing a letter of revocation decision. 2014 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id, no. 3133 (3) revocation of consent decree as referred to in paragraph (2) was delivered to every person who commits the offence. (4) every person who commits the offence referred to in subsection (3) is obligated to halt activities that have been revoked his permission. (5) if any person who commits the offence does not stop the activities that have been revoked his permission, which gives officials the sanctions take action in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 125 master plan as referred to in article 83 should be set the longest one (1) year as of since the Government regulation is enacted. Article 126 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on 12 February 2014 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on February 12, 2006 MINISTER OF JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id