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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 116, 2013 the MINISTRY of Defense. Reporting Performance Accountability Of Government Agencies. Drafting. The guidelines.
REGULATION of the MINISTER of DEFENCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 50 in 2012 ABOUT the GUIDELINES for DRAFTING REPORTS on PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY of GOVERNMENT AGENCIES in the ENVIRONMENT of the MINISTRY of DEFENCE and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the DEFENSE MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Considering: a. that the regulation of the Minister of Defence No. 2 2015 about KinerjaInstansi Accountability Report preparation guidelines for the Government in the environment of the Ministry of defence and the national army has not been in accordance with Indonesia's guidelines for preparing the determination of Performance and reporting performance accountability of government agencies , so it needs to be replaced;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to establish rules of the Ministry of defence about the guidelines for preparing the report on the accountability of government agencies in the environment of the Ministry of defence and the national army of Indonesia;
Remember: 1. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 28 and an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851);
2. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003 and additional State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286);
3. Government Regulation No. 8 of 2006 about financial reporting and performance of government agencies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 25 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4614);
4. Presidential Instruction number 7 in 1999 about the performance accountability of government agencies;
5. Presidential Instruction No. 5 of 2004 about the acceleration of eradication of Corruption;
6. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform And the bureaucratic State apparatus Number 29 in 2010 on guidelines for the preparation of the determination of Performance and reporting performance accountability of government agencies;
7. Regulation of the Minister of defence of the number 25 in 2011 about the Performance accountability system in the environment of the Ministry of defence and the national army Indonesia (Republic Indonesia in 2011 Number 691);
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of DEFENSE of PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT PREPARATION GUIDELINES for GOVERNMENT AGENCIES in the ENVIRONMENT of the MINISTRY of DEFENCE and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation of the Minister, is: 1. System of performance accountability of government agencies hereinafter abbreviated SAKIP instruments used are government agencies in fulfilling the obligation to guarantee his success and failure of the implementation of the Organization's mission, made up of various components that constitute a single entity, namely strategic planning, performance planning, the setting of performance, performance measurement, performance reporting and evaluation.
2. the strategic plan further abbreviated Renstra defence development planning document is the country for a period of 5 (five) years, describes the process oriented on results to be achieved in a period of 5 (five) years by considering the potential, the opportunities and constraints that exist or may arise.
3. The annual Performance Plan hereinafter abbreviated to CTR development planning document is the Defense of the country for a period of 1 (one) year, describes the process of the determination of the annual event along with performance indicators based on programs, policies and objectives that have been set.
4. The determination of Performance which further abbreviated Tapkin is a document of performance agreements performance/statement/performance agreements between superiors and subordinates to achieve certain performance targets based on the resource that is owned by institutions.
5. Performance measurement which further abbreviated PK is a systematic and continuous process to assess the successes and failures of implementation activities in accordance with the programs, policies, goals and objectives that have been set in realizing the vision, mission and Strategy Unit work.
6. Report of the performance accountability of government agencies hereinafter abbreviated LAKIP annual performance report is that contained liability of an agency's performance in achieving the objectives/targets strategic establishments.
7. Evaluation is a process or the granting of a series of activities comparing the realization of input (input), output (output), and the results (outcomes) against plans and standards.
8. Accountability accountability is the obligation to deliver or to answer and explain the performance and actions of a person/legal entities/organizations to the Collective leadership of the party has the right or berkewenangan to request information or accountability.
9. The performance of government agencies is a reflection of the level of achievement of the goals or objectives of government agencies as the elaboration of the vision, mission and strategy of the Government agencies that indicate the level of success and failure of the implementation of the objectives in accordance with the program and the policy set.
10. Policy provisions are established by the authorities in order to be used as a guideline in the implementation or development of the program in achieving the goal that has been determined.
11. The Program is a form of policy instruments which contains some activities to achieve the goals and objectives as well as to obtain the allocation of budgets.
12. Activities are concrete actions that have been added for a particular period is carried out in order to achieve the goals and objectives that have been set.
13. the strategic goals to be accomplished is the result significantly by government agencies in the formulation of more specific, measurable, within which is shorter than the destination.
14. the performance indicators are qualitative or quantitative and measure that describes the level of achievement of an activity that has been assigned the organization.
15. Government agencies are the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia that is financed from the State budget of which the Ministry of Defense and the AIR FORCE.
16. The Organizational Unit which further abbreviated as UO is the Kemhan Organizational Unit, TNI Headquarters organizational units, Organizational Unit of the INDONESIAN ARMY, TNI AL, organizational units and the AIR FORCE Organizational Unit.
17. further work Unit abbreviated Satker is organizations in environmental Kemhan and the TNI Kotama level/level Echelon Echelon I and II.
18. next work Unit 4Sub abbreviated Subsatker is an instance of Kemhan in the environment Budget Manager and the TNI are located one level below the Satker.
19. the Ministry of defence subsequently abbreviated Kemhan is implementing the Government's functions in the field of Defense and State. 20. The TNI is the Indonesia national army.
CHAPTER II REPORTS on PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY Accountability Performance Report Chapter 2 is a component of the SAKIP.
Article 3 performance accountability Report referred to in article 2 are organized as annual performance reports to account for the performance of an organization in achieving goals/strategic goals of the organization.
Article 4 (1) performance accountability Report as referred to in article 3 contains an overview of the achievement of the objectives as set out in the documents the determination of performance and planning documents.
(2) an overview of the achievement of the objectives referred to in subsection (1) is an overview of: a. the achievement of organizational goals and objectives;
b. realization of the attainment of the Organization's main performance indicators;
c. adequate explanation upon attainment of performance; and d. benchmarking performance indicators the main product up to the current year performance targets with 5 (five) annual planned.
(3) performance accountability Report is useful for: a. evaluation of material performance accountability for those who are in need;
b. refinement of the planning document of the forthcoming period;
c. completion of implementation of programs and activities that will come; and d. the consummation of a range of policies that are required.
Article 5 (1) principles of performance accountability Reports, namely: a. liability, the scope of which is reported to be proportional with the scope of the authority and responsibilities of each as well as loads of success and failure;
b. exceptions/priorities, which reportedly is important and relevant to decision making and responsibility for further improvements;
c. comparisons, the report can give you an idea of the circumstances at the time reported for comparison with other periods or other units;
d. accountability, the report contains the dominant things that make the success or failure of implementation;
e. pengikhtisaran, reports made with clear, concise, yet complete and solid can give you an idea of the conditions and can recommend improvements; and f. the expected benefits of that report should be useful for increased performance.
(2) performance accountability Report Characteristics as follows: a. the specific statement made as simple as possible, clear and easy to understand, so carefully assessed and evaluated;
b. measurable i.e. LAKIP can be measured by comparing other data objectively;
c. LAKIP means can be achieved would be useful if the data on the target and its realization can be obtained;
d. relevant i.e. reported matters relating to the basic tasks and functions of the concerned Work Units;
e. timely statement delivered on schedule that has been established so that the validity of these reports can be assured; and f. meet the standards IE reports submitted meets the standard set.
(3) the purpose of the performance Accountability Report as follows:
a. provide information about performance or progress performance as planned and exchanged in a planning document and the agreement/contract performance;
b. contributing to real in an attempt to realize the organizers of a country that is clean and free of corruption, collusion and nepotism, as mandated in the Act No. 28 of 1999;
c. implement presidential instruction number 7 in 1999 by implementing the accountability system of the performance of government agencies into LAKIP TNI and Kemhan; and d. improve and solidify existing LAKIP in an environment of Kemhan and the TNI.
CHAPTER III REPORT of the DRAFTING of article 6 (1) in an environment of Kemhan and LAKIP TNI organized as follows: a. Executive summary;
c. planning and agreement performance;
d. performance accountability;
e. cover; and f. appendices.
(2) the Format of the Kemhan neighborhood and LAKIP TNI as referred to in paragraph (1) are listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 7 of the Executive Summary referred to in article 6 letter a contains the abstraction that describes the core of the report is presented as follows: a. the first paragraph contains an introductory blurb;
b. the second paragraph contains the reason the formulation of goals and objectives on Renstra;
c. the third paragraph contains description of product goals and objectives;
d. the fourth paragraph contains obstacles faced; and e. the fifth paragraph contains steps that faced when encountering obstacles that will occur.
Article 8 Introduction as stipulated in article 6 letter b describes the common things about the Organization of work Units reported a short blurb, consisting of: a. background, contains an overview of the background to the arrangement of Satker organization/LAKIP;
b. the position of the task and the function contains the position duties and functions of the Organization/Satker; c. organizational structure contains a description of the organizational structure/Satker; and d. sistimatika presentation explaining the scope and sequence of presentation layout LAKIP.
Article 9 of the planning and performance of the agreement referred to in the article 6 letter c contains some important things about: a. Renstra overview;
b. Overview of the Annual Performance Plan; and c. the performance Assignment overview article 10 (1) overview Renstra as referred to in article 9 of the letter a, is a general overview about Renstra Satker include organization/vision, mission, objectives, targets and performance indicators.
(2) an overview of the Annual Performance Plan as referred to in article 9, the letter b is a general overview of the main programme objectives, main activities, and performance indicators that will be implemented during the year in question.
(3) an overview of the performance of the Assignment referred to in article 9 of the letter c, serves about statement performance/performance/performance agreement agreement between superiors and subordinates to achieve certain performance targets based on resources owned by the Satker, which includes: a. a statement to realize there is nothing specific performance on 1 (one) year;
b. strategic objectives that will be achieved is implemented on 1 (one) year;
c. the main performance indicators to be achieved; and d. the target objectives to be achieved;
Article 11 (1) Vision as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (1) is the vision statement of pertinent institutions of document Renstra.
(2) the mission as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (1) is the formulation of pertinent institutions of mission document Renstra.
(3) the purposes referred to in article 10 paragraph (1) is the formulation of objectives in the year in question of document Renstra.
(4) the Objectives referred to in article 10 paragraph (1) is a formulation of target documents Renstra.
(5) major Performance Indicators referred to in article 10 paragraph (1) is a measure of success in a nutshell description of the strategic goals and objectives of a unit of work (learning outcomes).
Article 12 (1) the Objectives referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) was the target, as contained in document Renstra, hereafter identified targets that will be realized in the year in question and its main performance indicators and plans capaiannya (target).
(2) major programs referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) is a program-defined Bappenas, having regard to the subject matter of the programme of work of the main Unit (Core Business) and its issues.
(3) the activities referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) is a real activity within a certain period conducted by the Satker in accordance with the policies and programs established by making use of existing resources.
(4) the main target of the performance indicators referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) is the learning outcomes that reflect the proper functioning of an output of the activities that have been implemented, as made in document Renstra.
Article 13 (1) performance accountability as stipulated in article 6 letter d outlines the achievement of organization goals work units, with the disclosure and presentation of the results of performance measurement, which includes: a. evaluation of the appropriateness of the evaluation, it is the achievement of IKU targets along with IKU;
b. evaluation and analysis of product performance target that is explanation of benchmarking product target with performance targets stated in the setting of targets for performance, with the aim to be able to note the achievement of realization, progress and constraints encountered in the achievement of the mission; and c. financial accountability presents the allocation of the budget for the realization and the achievement of the objectives as listed in annex II is a part that is an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
1. goals that are implemented in the year in question;
2. the allocation of budget support that is used for the achievement of the goals of the year in question;
3. realization of the budget have been implemented for the achievement of the targets for the year in question; and 4. the percentage of absorption of the budget year in question are used for achievement of the target.
(2) the Format of Financial Accountability as referred to paragraph (2) Letter c are listed in annex II is a part that is an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
Article 14 the cover referred to in the article 6 letter e fringe views in General about the successes and failures, the main problems and constraints relating to the performance of the agencies concerned, as well as convey suggestions troubleshooting strategy that will be implemented in the coming year.
Article 15 (1) of the annex referred to in article 6 letter f consists of: a. performance measurement form (PK); and b. appropriate supporting data attachments in this Ministerial Regulation.
(2) the use of forms performance measurement (PK) as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a to: a. the level of Ministry, using the form as contained in Annex III is a part which is not an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation;
b. Organizational Unit level, using the form as listed in Annex IV is a part inseparable dariPeraturan Minister; and c. the Satker level, using the form as contained in Annex V is a part that is inseparable from the regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER IV LEVEL REPORTING AUTHORITY and article 16 (1) and Kemhan environments LAKIP TNI implemented tiered, beginning level: a. U.O.;
b. TNI Headquarters; and c. Kemhan.
(2) the present LAKIP u. O as intended in paragraph (1) letter a is implemented: a.U. Force: 1. O Ka Subsatker under PK data to deliver the Kotama Commander Kotama dhi. Asren/Kotama Asrena as material preparation LAKIP Kotama; 2. The Commander of the Kotama convey LAKIP Kotama to Ka u. O Force; and 3. Ka u. O Force delivered to Force TNI Commander LAKIP and Minister of defense in this case Director General Renhan Kemhan.
b. u. O TNI Headquarters: 1. Ka Sub Satker convey PK to Kasatker/Commander Kotama Operation;
2. Ka Satker Kotama Operations/Commander conveyed TNI Commander LAKIP to dhi. TNI Commander Asrenum as material preparation LAKIP u. O TNI Headquarters; and 3. TNI Commander Asrenum compose LAKIP u. O TNI Headquarters for further submitted to the Commander of the TNI.
c. u. O Kemhan: 1. Ka Sub Satker menyampaikandataPK to Train in an environment of Satker u. O Kemhan as material arrangement of Satker LAKIP;
2. The Secretary-General submitted to the Satker LAKIP dhi. Karoren for LAKIP u. O Kemhan; and 3. LAKIP u. O Kemhan presented to Defense Minister Director General Renhan dhi Kemhan.
(3) the present TNI Headquarters LAKIP as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b be implemented: a. TNI Commander Asrenum compose LAKIP TNI containing LAKIP u. O TNI Headquarters and LAKIP u. O Force for further submitted to the Commander of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES; through. Commander of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES convey LAKIP TNI to the Minister of Defense and Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the Bureaucracy.
(4) at the Defense Ministry level LAKIP as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is carried out: a. Director General Renhan Kemhan TNI Kemhan LAKIP devised and which contains LAKIP u. O Kemhan and LAKIP TNI; and b. the Minister in this case Director General Defence Planning Kemhan convey LAKIP Kemhan and the TNI to the President through the Ministry of utilization of State apparatus and reform the bureaucracy.
(5) LAKIP level Defense Ministry and TNI as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out with the flowchart as listed in Annex VI is a part that is an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
Article 17 preparation of the Reporting Schedule as listed in the Appendix LAKIP VII is part inseparable of the ministerial regulation is implemented with the following conditions: a. the level of u. O: 1. U.s. Navy O: a) PK Subsatker in an environment of Kotama received Pangkotama dhi
Asren/slowest Kotama Asrena on T + 20 (twenty); b) LAKIP Kotama in an environment of u. O Force accepted Ka u. O slowest Force at T + 40 (forty);
c) LAKIP u. O TNI Commander of dhi received Force Asrenum Commander of the TNI slowest at T + 50 (fifty); and d) LAKIP u. O Force accepted by Defence Minister Director General Renhan dhi Kemhan least on T + 50 (fifty).
2. U. O TNI Headquarters: a) PK Subsatker in an environment of u. O TNI Headquarters received Kasatker/Commander Kotama Operations no later than T + 20 (twenty);
b) LAKIP Satker/Commander Operating in an environment of Kotama TNI Headquarters received by Ka u. O TNI Headquarters at least on T + 40 (forty); and c) LAKIP u. O TNI Headquarters was received by the Commander of the TNI in this TNI Commander Asrenum least on T + 50 (fifty).
3. U. O Kemhan: a neighborhood Subsatker PK) u. O Kemhan already received Kasatker T + at least 20 (twenty);
b) LAKIP Satker in environmental Kemhan was received by Ka u. O Kemhan in this case Ka Roren Secretariat Kemhan least on T + 40 (forty); and c) LAKIP u. O Kemhan already received by the Minister of defense in this case Director General Renhan Kemhan least on T + 50 (fifty);
b. TNI Headquarters Level LAKIP TNI already accepted by the Minister of defense in this case Director General Renhan Kemhan least at T + 60 (sixty); and c. the level of Kemhan Kemhan and the TNI LAKIP was received by the President in this regard the Ministry of State for administrative reform of the State apparatus & slowest Bureaucracy at T + 70 (seventy).
CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 18 at the time of this Ministerial Regulation entered into force, the regulation of the Minister of Defence No. 2 2015 about performance accountability report preparation guidelines for government agencies in the environment of the Ministry of defence and the national army, Indonesia revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 19 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.
In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.
Established in Jakarta in December 28, 2012, DEFENSE MINISTER PURNOMO YUSGIANTORO, INDONESIA Enacted in Jakarta on January 21, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn116-2013 fnFooter ();
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