Regulation Of The Minister Of Education And Culture Number 6 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Nomor 6 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 215, 2013 the MINISTRY of EDUCATION and CULTURE. The Layout Of The Manuscript Department. The guidelines.
REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 6 by 2013 ABOUT TATA SCRIPT SERVICE in ENVIRONMENT of the MINISTRY of EDUCATION and CULTURE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the existence of organizational change in the environment of the Ministry of education and culture, the need to reorganize the layout of the manuscript Department at the Environment Ministry of education and culture;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of education and culture of the grammar of the manuscript Department at the Environment Ministry of education and culture;
Remember: 1. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 on the establishment of Ministries and organizations as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011 about the third Change of top presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries;
2. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries, as well as the arrangement of the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as amended last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011 about the second amendment above presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries, as well as the arrangement of the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries;
3. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 regarding the formation of a United Indonesia Cabinet II as amended by Presidential Decree Number 62/P in 2012;
4. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform State number 22 in 2008 about the guidelines of the Department of Manuscript Layout;
5. Regulation of the Minister of national education the number 48 in 2011 about the change of the name of the Ministry of national education Into the Ministry of education and culture;
6. Regulation of the Minister of education and culture No. 1 in 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of culture and education (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2012 Number 257) as amended by regulation of the Minister of education and culture the number 69 in 2012 about the changes to the regulation of the Minister of education and culture No. 1 in 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of education and culture culture (News of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 1134);
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the GRAMMAR of the MANUSCRIPT DEPARTMENT at the ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY of EDUCATION and CULTURE.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. The layout of the manuscript Department is written information management include setting type, format, preparation, endorsement, security, distribution, and storage of the manuscript Department, as well as the media used in the limited.
2. The manuscript Department is information written as limited communication tools created and/or issued by the competent authority at the Ministry of culture and education environment. 3. The Ministry is the Ministry of education and culture.

4. the Minister is the Minister of education and culture.
5. the Deputy Minister is the Deputy Minister of education and Culture Education and Deputy Minister of education and Culture Culture. 6. The expert staff are expert staff of the Minister of education and culture.

7. Organizational units was the main unit, Center, and universities in the environment of the Ministry of education and culture.
8. The main Unit was the Secretariat General, Directorate General of early childhood education, non-formal, and Informal Basic Education, Directorate General, Directorate General of secondary education, Directorate General of higher education, Directorate General of culture, the Inspectorate-General, research and Development Agency, the development and construction of the language, and the human resource development of culture and education and Guarantee the quality of education.
9. The Centre is a Centre for information and communication technology education, Information and public relations Center, Data and Statistics Center of culture and education, and national archaeological Center.
10. the universities which further shortened PTN is universities, institutes, colleges, and technical colleges in the environment of the Ministry of education and culture. 11. Work units are units that are under the environment of organizational units.
12. the technical implementing hereinafter abbreviated UPT is central to the development of early childhood education, non-formal, and Informal (PPPAUDNI), the development of early childhood education, non-formal, and Informal (BPPAUDNI), the Center for the development and empowerment of educators and Educational Personnel (PPPPTK), the Institute of Education Quality Assurance (LPMP), Development Agencies and the school principal Empowerment (LPPKS), coordinating Private Colleges (Kopertis), development and Services in higher education (BPLPT) Language, Hall, Office, Media Development Education Radio Hall (BPMRP), Development Of Multimedia Education Hall (BPMP), The Development Of Television Education Media (BPMTVP), The Preservation Of Cultural Values (BPNB), Preservation Of Cultural Heritage Hall (BPCB), Conservation Of Borobudur, An Ancient Human Site Preservation Hall Sangiran Archaeological Hall, The National Museum, The Museum, The Museum Of The Formulation Of The Youth Oath Script Proclamation, National Revival Museum, Museum Fort Vredeburg, Yogyakarta, Museum Basoeki Abdullah , The National Gallery, and the Secretariat of the Film Censorship Institute.
CHAPTER II TYPES of MANUSCRIPT is considered part of the Public SERVICE of article 2 (1) the type of script of the service consist of: a. the regulations;

b. decision;

c. instructions;

d. standard operating procedures;

e. circulars;

f. mail service;

g. n. service;

h. memo;

i. letter of invitation;

j. Letter;

k. cover letters;

b.  the letter of agreement;

m. power of Attorney;

n. certificate;

o. waiver;

announcement letter p.;

q. the news event;

r. reports;

s. meeting minutes; and t.  research staff.
(2) the form of the head of the script Department: a. at the head of the script Department Minister, noted coat of arms and the name of the Office of symmetrically;
b. at the head of the script Department Deputy Minister and expert staff, Ministers noted the arms of the Ministry, the Ministry's name, address, and a closing line;
c. at the head of the script Department of the Secretariat-General, the coat of arms of the Ministry, noted the Ministry's name, address, and a closing line;
d. at the head of the script Department of main unit in addition to the Secretariat-General, the coat of arms of the Ministry, noted the name of the Ministry, the main unit's name, address, and a closing line;
e. on head of the manuscript Department of the Center, noted the Ministry's coat of arms, the name of the Ministry, the Center's name, address, and a closing line;
f. at the head of the script Department of universities, noted the College's coat of arms in question in accordance with that set forth in the Statute, the name of the Ministry, college name, address, and a closing line;
g. at the head of the script Department Kopertis, noted the coat of arms of the Ministry, the Ministry's name, your name, address, and Kopertis line cover;
h. at the head of the script Department, UPT noted symbol of the Ministry, the Ministry's name, your name, address, and UPT and the closing line, without listing the name of the organizational unit pembinanya;
i. Ministry emblem printed in accordance with the provisions set forth in the decision of the Minister of education and culture number-0398/M/1977 and printed in color or black and white with a size of 3 cm high and 3 cm wide, as listed at number 1 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation;
j. Ministry name printed on the first line, organizational unit or UPT printed on the second line, each printed with capital letters; k. organizational unit or UPT printed thicker than the name of the Ministry.
b.  name of work unit led by officials of the Echelon II in an environment of organizational units are not listed at the head of the script Department, unless the work unit echelons II in the main unit location environment separate from its parent organizational unit;
d. name of the institution, faculty, graduate programs, and implementing technical units in the neighborhood of the University or the Institute printed under the name the College concerned with capital letters;
n. institution name, majors, graduate programs, and implementing technical high school in the neighborhood was printed under the name the College concerned with capital letters;
o. names of departments and units implementing technical environment printed under the name Polytechnic College is concerned with capital letters; p. full written address at the end of the line without any abbreviation accompanied by zip code, phone, fax, and page when there is;

q. the head of the script Department closed by using a single thick line;

r. closing line distance from the top edge of the paper is 4.5 cm;
s. writing Ministry of education and culture using Times New Roman font size 16, organizational unit or UPT using Times New Roman font size 14, and address using Times New Roman font size 12;
t. Forms the head of the script Department using the example as listed at number 2 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
The second part of the regulation, article 3 (1) of the regulation is the manuscript Department is set up.
(2) the type of regulation consists of: a. the regulation of the Minister;

b. Regulation of Leader universities; and c. Regulation of the leader of the main unit.
(3) parts of the regulations consists of: a. the head of regulations;

b. title of the regulations;

c. opening;

d. the torso or the content; and e. the cover.
Article 4 head of the regulations consists of:

a. coat of arms and the name of the Office noted symmetrically to regulation of the Minister or the head of the script Department for regulation of other officials; b. rules and said officials determined the position name is written with capital letters symmetrically;

c. the word number and year written with capital letters symmetrically;

d. words about written with capital letters symmetrically; and e.  the name of the rule is written with capital letters symmetrically.

Article 5 the opening of the regulations consist of: a. the phrases with the grace of God Almighty;

b. the name of the Office of the official who set the rules;

c. considerations contains background beginning with the word weigh, and legal basis beginning with the words remember; and d. dictum consisting of words decided and set.

Article 6 the phrase with the grace of God Almighty is written with capital letters symmetrically.

Article 7 the name Office officials who set the rules are written with capital letters symmetrically and end with punctuation a comma.

Article 8 (1) Considerations weigh contains a short blurb about unifier being the background of the making of the regulation.
(2) If more than one load considerations unifier, every principal thoughts formulated in a series of sentences which is the unity of understanding. (3) every principal thoughts are written with letters consecutively, beginning with the word that, and end with punctuation semicolon.

Article 9 (1) Considerations given to load the basic law contains a regulation making authority legislation that same level or higher.
(2) if the amount of legislation that serve more than one legal basis, the order of inclusion need to pay attention to the layout order of legislation and, if the same grades, arranged chronologically based on the time of enactment or determinations.
(3) the inclusion of laws, government regulations, and the regulations of the President comes with a Number of sheets of the Republic of Indonesia and the Republic of Indonesia an additional Sheet placed between parenthesis punctuation.
(4) the inclusion of ministerial regulation comes with a Number of news of the Republic of Indonesia that is placed between the punctuation marks brackets.
Article 10 (1) of the Word decide written with capital letters without spaces are symmetric, and end with punctuation colons.
(2) the Word set is written with a capital letter at the beginning of the word, are listed after the word is decided, parallel to the said weighing and considering, and end with punctuation colons.
(3) after the Word set is listed the name of the specified rules, written with a capital letter, and ending punctuation point.
Article 11 the torso or the contents of the regulations contains the subject matter set forth in rule and formulated in the articles.

Article 12 of the regulation Cover consists of: a. place and date of the determination of the rules written on the bottom right, under the final line of content regulation;
b. the name of the Office of the official who set the rules are written with capital letters, aligned with the Word set, and end with punctuation a comma; c. signature regulations that stipulate officials affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;

d. cap Office or stamp duty affixed by touching the part to the left of the signature;
e. full name officials who signed the regulations written with capital letters and parallel with the name of the post without holding employees set the number (NIP) and the title.
Article 13 (1) to cognizance, ministerial regulation should be enacted by placing it in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.
(2) the enactment of regulations Minister's Format consists of: a. place and date of enactment are written on the left bottom, line end cover regulations;
b. the name of the official of the Office passes written with capital letters, parallel to the said enactment, and end with punctuation a comma; c. signature officials instituted affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;
d. the officials instituted full name written with capital letters and aligned with the position name without listing the NIP and the title; e. number and year state news written with capital letters aligned with the said enactment.
Articles 14 Ministerial Regulation Texts typed with font Bookman Old Style, with letters 12, on paper F4.

Article 15 regulatory Forms created using the example of the format as stated on Number 3a and 3b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The third part decisions of article 16 (1) the decision is the service that contains the policy that is set.
(2) the parts of the decision consists of: a. the head decision;

b. name of the decision;

c. opening;

d. the torso or the content; and e. the cover.
Article 17 decisions Head consists of: a. a coat of arms and the name of the Office noted symmetrically to the decision of the Minister, or head of the script Department to other officials of the decision; b. the words decision and name the Office officials set written with capital letters symmetrically;

c. the word number and year written with capital letters symmetrically; a word about written with capital letters symmetrically; and e.  the name of the decision is written with capital letters symmetrically.

Article 18 the opening decision consists of: a. the name of the Office of the official set of decisions;

b. considerations contains background beginning with the word weigh, and legal basis beginning with the words remember; and c. dictum consisting of words decided and set.

Article 19 the name of the Office of the official set of decisions, considerations, and the dictum is created by using the provisions referred to in article 7, article 8, article 9, and article 10 of the regulation of the Minister.

Article 20 the torso or the contents of the decision contain subject matter set out in the decision.

Article 21 decisions Cover consists of: a. place and date of establishment of the decision are written on the right bottom, below the line end of the content of the decision;
b. the name of the Office of the official who set the decision is written with capital letters, aligned with the Word set, and end with punctuation a comma; c. the officials set a signature affixed to a decision between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;

d. cap Office or stamp duty affixed by touching the part to the left of the signature;
e. full name officials who set the decision is written with capital letters and aligned with the position name without listing the title; and f.  the abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without spacing for officials other than the Minister.
Article 22 form of decisions made using the example of the format as stated on Number 4a and 4b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 23 of the code it in the decision to use the terms as stated on number 26 of attachment that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.

The fourth part of the instruction section 24 (1) of the following Instruction is the script contains commands in the form of instructions or directives on the implementation of policies or legislation.
(2) the parts of the instruction consists of: a. the head of instruction;

b. legal basis or background;

c. torso or the content; and d. the cover.
Article 25 the head of instruction consists of: a. a coat of arms and the name of the Office that are listed are symmetrical to the instructions of the Minister, or head of the script Department for instructions on other officials; b. the name of the post instruction and said officials who set written with capital letters symmetrically;

c. the word number and year written with capital letters symmetrically;

d. words about written with capital letters symmetrically;

e. name of the instruction are written with capital letters symmetrically; and f.  the name of the Office of the official set of instructions are written with capital letters symmetrically and end with punctuation a comma.
Article 26 legal basis or background loading conditions or rationale set instructions.

Article 27 the torso or the contents of the instruction contains the names of the officials who were given instructions and the subject matter set forth in the instructions.

Article 28 Cover instruction consists of: a. place and date of issue of the instruction are written on the right bottom, below the line end content instruction;
b. the name of the Office of the official set of instructions are written with capital letters, aligned with the words issued, and end with punctuation a comma; c. signature officials who issued instructions affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;

d. cap Office or stamp duty affixed by touching the part to the left of the signature;
e. full name officials who issued the instruction are written with a capital letter and aligned with the position name without listing the title; and f.  the abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without spacing for officials other than the Minister.
Article 29 the shape instructions made using the example formats the number as stated on the 5a and 5b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The fifth section is a copy of article 30 (1) of the regulation of the Minister of the established and enacted in the news of the Republic of Indonesia created a copy signed by the responsible officials in the field of law.
(2) the decisions and instructions of the Minister, made a copy, signed by the responsible officials in the field of law.
(3) regulations, Instructions and decisions, other than as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) that has been specified by the competent authority, a copy signed by the official responsible in law.

(4) a copy of the regulations, Instructions and decisions, the Minister referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) using the example of the format as listed at number 6a, 6b, and 6 c in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
(5) a copy of the regulations, decisions, or instruction referred to in paragraph (3) using the example of the format as listed at number 6 d in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
The sixth part of the standard operating procedures of article 31 standard operating procedures is the service that contains a series of instructions on how to order a particular activity.

Article 32 of the standard operational Procedures consists of: a. the emblem of the work unit;

b. the name of the work unit;

c. title of the standard operating procedures; and d. the procedures. sheet

Article 33 sheets of standard operating procedures referred to in Article 32 the letter d consists of: a. the purpose;

b. scope;

c. responsibilities;

d. reference;

e. definitions;

f. Description of procedures; and g. the documentation.

Article 34 the standard operational procedure Forms created using the example of the format as listed at number 7a and 7b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The seventh section of the circular letter of article 35 (1) circular letter is the service that contains the notification about certain things that are essential and urgent.
(2) the parts of the circular letter consists of: a. head circulars;

b. circular letter openers;

c. content of the circulars; and d. the cover.
Article 36 head of circular letter is created by using the provisions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 37 (1) circular letter Opener consists of: a. the phrases circular letter;

b. number;

c. about; and d. the destination address of the circular letter. (2) the phrases circular letter are written with a capital letter at the bottom of the head of the script Department symmetrically.

(3) number of words written with capital letters aligned with the phrases circular letter.

(4) words about written with capital letters in the bottom number and symmetrical with the phrases circular letter.
(5) the writing destination address circulars preceded the acronym Designation., written under the left words about, followed by the name of the Office and the address of the intended recipients without preceded the Word home in on the name of the destination.
Article 38 (1) the initial sentence of the contents of the circular letter written below and parallel to the destination address.
(2) the contents of the circular letter consists of: a. the preface contains a legal basis making circulars;

b. principal content contains subject matter circulars; and c. the concluding sentence contains a command implementation circulars.
Article 39 circulars Cover consists of: a. the date of the circular letter written on the right bottom, below the line end of the contents of the circular letter, without the creation of place names is preceded;
b. the name of the Office of the official who signed the circular letter written below and parallel to the date of the circular letter and use a capital letter at the beginning of each word, except the word liaison, and ending punctuation commas; c. the officials signing the signature circulars affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;

d. cap Office or stamp duty affixed with touching the left side of the signatures of officials;
e. the names of the officials who signed the circular letter written under the name, title, and use a capital letter at the beginning of each word without flanked with brackets and without the bottom line; and g.  the abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without spacing for officials other than the Minister.
Article 40 (1) when there is an effluent, effluent words written using capital letters at the beginning of the word without the underscore followed by a punctuation point in two parallel with opening the mail and inline with the names of the officials who signed the circular letter.
(2) the parties are given copies of written under the said effluent, and when given more than one effluent are numbered with Arabic numerals sort parallel with the said effluent. (3) a Party who is given no effluent is preceded or followed by a Designation stands for the phrase as a report.

Article 41 Form circular letter is created by using the example format as stated in Number 8a and 8b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The eighth section of the Department's letter of article 42 (1) Mail service is the service that contains the important thing with regard to the administration of Government.
(2) the parts of the mail service consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 43 heads of Department letter is created by using the provisions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 44 Letter Opener service consists of: a. the number of mail;

b. attachments;

c. mail;

d. the date of the letter; and e. the destination address the letter.

Article 45 (1) the number of mail order number, the code contains letters, and in the manufacture of mail.

(2) the said numbers are written on the left below the line agency letter head.

(3) Numbers sort mail not combined with the letter.

Article 46 (1) of the Said annex written under the word number and mentioning the number of attachments.
(2) the number of attachments that can be written with one or two words written with the letters and begins with a capital letter, not preceded or followed by a digit, whereas three or more words written using Arabic numerals. (3) the Word attachments is not written if no attached.

Article 47 (1) the word it is written under the Word attachments and if there is no attached, said things are written under the word number.

(2) it contains the core of the overall contents of the mail service.

Article 48 (1) the date of service of the letter written to the right of line number with letters.

(2) the date of the letter is not accompanied by the name of Agency of the place of manufacture.

Article 49 (1) destination address Writing a letter is preceded with the phrase the Honorable abbreviated Designation. then the name of the position or the name of the intended person. (2) the abbreviated Designation. written under the said terms.

(3) the place names on the destination address is not preceded by the word front on.

Article 50 the contents of mail service consists of: a. introduction;

b. the content of the subject matter; and c. the concluding sentence.

Article 51 (1) introduction is the opening sentence of the contents of the mail service, a short written and clear.

(2) the initial sentence of the introduction letter Office are written below and parallel to the destination address.

Article 52 the contents of principal is the core of the description of the mail service.

Article 53 the closing Sentence is a sentence that end the contents of the mail service.

Article 54 the cover letter service consists of: a. the name of signatory position following letter written at the bottom right with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, except the word liaison, and ending punctuation commas;
b. the names of the officials who signed the letter written under the Department, aligned with the name of the Office, and use a capital letter at the beginning of each word without flanked with brackets and without the bottom line; c. signature affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;
d. stands for the NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without distance; e. Office of the stamp duty or stamp affixed by touching parts of the left side of the signatures of officials; and f.   If there is a copy, is created by using the conditions as referred to in article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.

Article 55 duty letter Forms created using the example of the format as listed at number 9a and 9b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Part the ninth Note Office Article 56 (1) is the Agency Notes the following is internal from superiors to subordinates or from subordinates to superiors immediately or level, containing notes or short messages about a limited subject matter.
(2) parts service note consists of: a. the Head Office of the notes;

b. the opening notes of Department;

c. contents notes on duty; and d. Service Notes cover.
Article 57 of the Head Office of the notes made by using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 58 (1) Opener notes service consists of: a. the phrase n. service;

b. number;

c. purpose of service preserved;

d. service notes of origin; and e. it Department memorandum. (2) the phrase written under Service Memorandum and symmetrical with the Head Office of the notes, and using capital letters.
(3) the word number written below and parallel to the phrase notes service, beginning with a capital letter followed by a number that is issued by the respective processing unit. (4) the purpose of the notes preceded by the Office of the Honorable phrases abbreviated Designation. written on the left below the number.

(5) the origin of the notes preceded with a Word from the Department, written below and parallel to the shorthand Designation, as well as two dots punctuation are followed.

(6) said it fn Office written below and parallel to the Department, as well as notes of origin followed by punctuation colons.

Article 59 (1) Beginning sentences Department memorandum written content below and parallel to the said things.
(2) the introduction, contents, and the closing sentence is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 51, article 52, and article 53 of this regulation of the Minister.
Article 60 the cover note service consists of: a. the date of service of the notes are written on the right bottom, below the line end of the contents of the note, without service preceded the making of place names;
b. the name of the Office of the official who signed the memorandum on duty are written below and parallel to the date of service of the memorandum and use a capital letter at the beginning of each word, except the word liaison, and ending punctuation commas; c. signature officials signed a memorandum on duty affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;

d. cap Office or stamp duty affixed with touching the left side of the signatures of officials;

e. the names of the officials who signed the note, written under the service line with the name of the Office, and use a capital letter at the beginning of each word without flanked with brackets and without the bottom line; and f.   the abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without spacing for officials other than the Minister.
Article 61 the shapes nota service created by using the example of the format as listed at number 10 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The tenth section of the Memo to article 62 (1) of the following script is a Memo is internal, containing a brief note about the limited subject matter from superiors to subordinates.
(2) the parts of the memo consists of: a. head memo;

b. openers memo;

c. contents of the memo; and d. the cover memo.
Article 63 Head memo made using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 64 (1) Opening the memo consists of: a. the Word memo;

b. the purpose of the memo; and c. the original memo. (2) the Word memo written at the bottom and symmetrical with the head of the memo, and use block letters.
(3) the purpose of the memo was preceded with the phrase the Honorable abbreviated Designation. written on the left below the words memo and follow punctuation colons. (4) the origin of the scrap is preceded with the words from, written below and parallel to the shorthand Designation, as well as two dots punctuation are followed.

Article 65 the contents of the memo is a short blurb from the core of the memo.

Article 66 the cover memo consists of: a. the date the memo was written at the right end of the row below the contents of the memo;
b. the name of the Office that signed memos written under the date the memo with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, except the word liaison, and ending punctuation commas;
c. the names of the officials who signed the memo written below and parallel to the name of the position as well as use a capital letter at the beginning of each word without flanked with brackets and without the bottom line; d. signature affixed between the name of the Office and the name of the officer;
e. abbreviations NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without distance; and f.   on the cover memo are not labelled or service cap cap position.

Article 67 Form memo made using the example of the format as listed at number 11 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The eleventh section of the invitation letter of article 68 (1) invitation letter is manuscript containing the service notification to the officer or person to attend an event at the time and place specified. (2) letter of invitation can be shaped as a sheet of letter or card.

Article 69 (1) parts of sheet-shaped invitation letter mail consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
(2) the parts of the letter of invitation shaped card consists of: a. the masthead;

b. content of letters; and c. the cover letter.
Article 70 a head-shaped sheet of letter of invitation letter is created by using the provisions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 71 (1) invitation letter-shaped Head of the card consists of: a. the emblem; and b. the name of the Office.
(2) the coat of arms is used if that invites the Minister of Ministry used if other officials are inviting outside universities, and the coat of arms of universities used if inviting officials of universities.
(3) the name of the position that invites printed in full below the coat of arms are symmetrical and can be coupled with the phrase along with husband/wife.
Article 72 (1) invitation letter Opener-shaped letter sheets consist of: a. the number of mail;

b. attachments;

c. mail;

d. the date of the letter; and e. the destination address the letter.
(2) Greeting invitation letter as referred to in subsection (1) is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 44, article 45, article 46, article 47, article 48, and article 49 of this regulation of the Minister.
Article 73 the contents of the letter of invitation letter sheets consist of: a. introduction b. content of the subject matter; and c. the concluding sentence.

Article 74 (1) introduction a letter of invitation is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 51 of this regulation of the Minister.
(2) the content of the subject matter is the core of the description of a letter of invitation indicating the day, date, time, place, and events, as well as a Chairman for the meeting and can mention the clothes must be worn by the invitation.
Article 75 the invitation letter shaped card contains the goals and purpose of invitations as well as the day, date, time, venue, and clothing should be worn by the invitation.

Article 76 Cover Sheet in the shape of a letter of invitation letter is created by using the conditions as referred to in article 54 of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 77 the cover letter of invitation shaped card concludes with the phrase the petition for an answer or confirm by telephone.

Article 78 invitation letter, either in the form of a letter or card sheet, made using the example of the format as listed at number 12a, 12b, 12 c and in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The twelfth letter of Assignment section of article 79 (1) the letter of assignment is the service that contains the assignment from the competent authority to a person to carry out an activity. (2) a letter of assignment or letter sheets may take the form of columns.
(3) parts of the letter task consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 80 the head letter task, either in the form of a sheet or letter column, made using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 81 (1) Opening the mail task consists of: a. the phrase letters of assignment; and b. the number. (2) the phrase letter assignments are written below the masthead with the capital letters symmetrically.

(3) the word number is written parallel to the phrase a letter job, beginning with a capital letter.

Article 82 (1) the content of the duty in the form of sheets of letter mail consists of: a. the name of the position of the giver;

b. the name, NIP, rank and class, as well as the position of the recipient; and c. the intention, date, and place of assignment. (2) the name of the position of the giver of the task are written on the left under the word number.

(3) the name written below and parallel to the beginning of the phrase the name giver Office tasks.

(4) the abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the said name.

(5) the rank and the Word written below and parallel to the NIP.

(6) the said Office are written below and parallel to the rank and the words.

(7) the intent, date, and place of assignment, is written below and parallel to the said title, preceded by the words for.

Article 83 (1) the content of the letter of the column-shaped tasks consist of: a. the name of the position of the giver;

b. the letter task field; and c. the intention, date, and place of assignment. (2) the name of the position of the giver of the task are written on the left under the word number.
(3) the letter of assignment field contains a number, name, NIP, rank and class, as well as the position of the given tasks are written below and parallel to the sentence beginning the name giver of Office tasks.
(4) the mean, date, and place of assignment written under the column number is aligned with the content of the columns and preceded with the words to.
Article 84 the cover letter assignment is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 39 and article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.

Article 85 Form letter task created using examples as listed at number 13a and 13b in Annex which is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The thirteenth letter of introduction section of article 86 (1) cover letter is the service used to deliver or deliver letters, documents, goods, and/or other materials submitted. (2) a cover letter as referred to in paragraph (1) may take the form of letter sheets or column.
(3) sections cover letters consist of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 87 Head cover letter is created by using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 88 the cover letter Opener shaped sheet letter is created by using the terms as stipulated in article 44, article 45, article 46, article 47, article 48, and article 49 of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 89 (1) a cover letter Opener shaped column consists of: a. the phrases cover letters;

b. number; and c. the purpose of the letter. (2) the phrases cover letters are written below and symmetrical with the head of the letter, using capital letters.

(3) the word number written below and parallel to the phrase letters of introduction, beginning with a capital letter.
(4) the purpose of the cover letter is preceded with the phrase the Honorable abbreviated Designation. written on the left below and parallel to the said number, followed by the name of the Office and complete address of the intended recipients without preceded the Word home in on the name of the destination.
Article 90 (1) content of sheet-shaped letter of introduction letter is created by using the conditions as referred to in article 51, article 52, and article 53 of this regulation of the Minister.
(2) the content of the cover letter-shaped column ordinal number, consisting of the contents of the letter/item, quantity, and description, written under the purpose of the letter of and parallel with the abbreviated Designation.
Article 91 the cover sheet-shaped letter of introduction letter is created by using the conditions as referred to in article 54 of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 92 Cover cover letter-shaped columns made using the conditions as referred to in article 39 and article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.


Article 93 the form using the example cover letter format as listed on the numbers 14a and 14b in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Part of the fourteenth letter of the Treaty Article 94 (1) the letter of agreement is the service that contains a mutual agreement about the object that ties between the two parties or more to carry out legal actions or deeds that have been mutually agreed.
(2) the parts of the letter of agreement consists of: a. Heads of agreement;

b. the torso or the content; and c. the cover.
Article 95 heads of agreement consists of: a. the coat of arms used to Minister and placed symmetrically, or organizational unit to other officials placed on the right or upper left adjusted with the mention of the name of the Agency;
b. name of the establishments that conduct is written with a capital letter placed under a coat of arms or coat of arms of the Ministry symmetrically; c. title of the Treaty is written with a capital letter placed under the name of the instance of symmetrically; and d.  the number of words written with a capital letter under the title agreement symmetrically.

Article 96 the torso or the contents of the letter agreement contains a material agreement or mutual agreement that is poured in the form of articles.

Article 97 the cover letter agreement contains the names and signatures of the parties to the Treaty and the witnesses, if deemed necessary, as well as postage labels emblazoned in accordance with legislation.

Article 98 Agreement Forms created using the example of the format as listed at number 15 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The fifteenth Letter of the power section of article 99 (1) power of Attorney is the service that contains the recipient's authority the power to act or perform an activity on behalf of the giver of power.
(2) the parts of the power of Attorney consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter. (3) power of Attorney referred to in subsection (1) and subsection (2) does not include a power of Attorney for beracara in court.

Article 100 head of Attorney letter is created by using the provisions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 101 (1) Opening of Attorney consists of: a. the phrase power of Attorney; and b. the number. (2) the phrase letters written with capital letters under the masthead symmetrically.

(3) the word number written below and parallel to the phrase letters of authority, beginning with a capital letter.

Article 102 (1) Contents of Attorney consists of: a. the signed phrases below;

b. the name and position of the giver of power;

c. these phrases with authorizes;

d. the name and position of the receiver power; and e. the authority the giver of power.
(2) the signed phrases below are written on the left under the word number, beginning with a capital letter and end with punctuation a comma. (3) the power Givers preceded the noun are written below and parallel to the start of the signed phrases below.

(4) the position of the giver of power was preceded with the Word title, written below and parallel to the said name.

(5) phrases with it gives authority to the written below and parallel to the said Office.

(6) the receiver power preceded the noun are written below and parallel to the early phrases with this authorizes.

(7) the Office of the receiver power is preceded with the Word position is written parallel to the noun.
(8) details of the authority given to the recipient of the power are written under the name of the Office of the receiver power and parallel to the said Office.
Article 103 (1) Cover letter's power consist of: a. the date the power of Attorney;

b. the power givers phrases;

c. the name giver of power;

d. NIP giver of power;

e. postage labels;

f. signature giver of power;

g. stamp duty or stamp Office;

h. phrases receiver power;

i. the name of the recipient of the power;

j. NIP receiver power; and the recipient's signature k. power.
(2) the date the power of Attorney is written on the right bottom, below the line end of the contents of the power of Attorney without preceded the name of granting power of attorney. (3) the power givers Phrase written below and parallel to the date, use a capital letter at the beginning of each word.
(4) the name of the giver of power are written with a capital letter at the beginning of each word below and parallel to the phrase the giver of power, without being enclosed in brackets and without the bottom line.
(5) the abbreviation NIP giver of power are written with capital letters, below and parallel to the name giver of power, without the ending with the point, and is followed by a number without spacing. (6) among the phrases the giver the giver's name and authority the power given the postage labels and emblazoned the signatures of voters.

(7) the stamp duty or stamp Office affixed with postage labels and touches the signatures of voters.
(8) the receiver Power Phrases are written with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, parallel to the said Office and inline with the power givers phrases.
(9) the power without the recipient's name enclosed in brackets and without the bottom line, is written parallel to the receiver power phrases, and are inline with the name giver of power.
(10) The abbreviation NIP is written below and parallel to the names of the officials who signed as well as using capital letters without end with a point and followed by a number without spacing, this provision does not apply to the Minister. (11) Recipient signature affixed on power between the phrases of the recipient of the power and authority of the recipient's name.

Article 104 Form power of Attorney made using examples as listed at number 4 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The sixteenth letter of the description section of article 105 (1) affidavits is the Department which contains information or description of the thing or person for the benefit of limited.
(2) the parts of the affidavits consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 106 of the head certificate created using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 107 (1) Opening the certificate consists of;

a. the phrase affidavits; and b. the number. (2) the phrase affidavits written with capital letters under the masthead symmetrically.

(3) the word number written below and parallel to the phrase affidavits, beginning with a capital letter.

Article 108 (1) the contents of the affidavits consists of: a. the signed phrases below;

b. the name, NIP, rank and class, as well as the Office that provides information;

c. This phrases with that;

d. noun, NIP, rank and class, as well as the post described; and e. the content description.
(2) the initial sentence of the contents of the certificate are written on the left below captions, letter phrases beginning with capital letters, punctuation marks and end with a semicolon.
Article 109 (1) Cover letter description consists of: a. the date of the certificate;

b. name of the signing officer position;

c. the names of officials who signed;

d. signature;

e. abbreviations NIP; and f.  stamp duty or stamp Office.
(2) Cover the certificate referred to in subsection (1) is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 39 and article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 110 certificate Form created using the example of the format as listed at number 17 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

The seventeenth section Statement of article 111 (1) affidavit of service stating is the truth of the statement that accompanied the top responsibility.
(2) those parts of the affidavit consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 112 of the head of an affidavit is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 113 Opening statement contains phrases statement written with the capital letter below the masthead symmetrically.

Article 114 (1) contents of affidavit consists of: a. the signed phrases below;

b. the name and the position which makes statement;

c. address the officials who made the statement; and d. the contents of the statement.
(2) the initial sentence of the contents of an affidavit which contains the signed phrases below are written to the left of the phrase under the waiver, beginning with a capital letter, and end with punctuation a comma.

(3) the name written below and parallel to the phrase signed below.

(4) the Office of the Word written below and parallel to the said name.

(5) the address of the word written below and parallel to the said Office.

(6) the contents of the statements written below the addresses of the officials who made the statement.

Article 115 (1) Closing statement consists of: a. the date of the statement;

b. the name of the Office of the official who made the statement;

c. the names of the officials who signed the affidavit;

d. signature;

e. abbreviations NIP; and f.  stamp duty or stamp Office.
(2) the closing statement made by using the conditions as referred to in article 39 and article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 116 affidavit Forms created using the example of the format as contained in the annex to the regulation number 18 Ministers.

Part of the Eighteenth letter of announcement article 117 (1) letter of announcement is the following script contains a notice regarding a matter addressed to the employees or the general public.
(2) the parts of the letter of announcement consists of: a. the masthead;

b. opening mail;

c. contents of the letter; and d. the cover letter.
Article 118 masthead announcements made using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 119 (1) announcement letter Opener consists of: a. the word announcements; and b. the number. (2) the said announcement written with capital letters below the masthead symmetrically.


(3) the word number written below and parallel to the said announcement, beginning with a capital letter.

Article 120 of the initial sentence on the content of the letter of announcement written on the left under the word number.

Article 121 (1) Cover letter announcements consist of: a. the date the letter of announcement;

b. name the Office officials made the announcement;

c. the names of the officials who signed the letter of announcement;

d. signature;

e. abbreviations NIP; and f.  stamp duty or stamp Office.
(2) a cover letter of announcement made by using the conditions as referred to in article 39 and article 40 of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 122 Form letters of the announcement made by using the example of the format as listed at number 19 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Nineteenth News Events section of article 123 (1) News of the event is the service that contains a report about the event or events concerning the time of the occurrence, the scene, description, and other things related to the incident or event.
(2) the form of a news event is created by using the example of the format as listed at number 20 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
Part of the twentieth Report of article 124 (1) Report is the Department that contains the notice of an activity.
(2) those parts of the Report consists of: a. the Chief reports;

b. the content of the report; and c. a closing report.
Article 125 Head reports created using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 126 Opening report consists of: a. the said report;

b. the report title.

Article 127 of the report's content consists of: a. introduction;

b. activities implemented;

c. results achieved;

d. conclusions and suggestions; and e. the cover.

Article 128 of the report Cover consists of: a. the creation date of the report;

b. the name of the Office report maker;

c. signature and office stamp or stamp duty;

d. name of the officials who make reports; and e. NIP officials report maker.

Article 129 of the report Form is created by using the example of the format as listed at number 21 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Part twenty-first Meeting of the meeting of article 130 (1) minutes of the meeting is a form of the description submitted by the manufacturer of the minutes of meetings/court reporter that contains the results of the discussion or everything that is delivered in a meeting.
(2) those parts of the minutes of the meeting consists of: a. the head forward these meetings;

b. the content of the minutes of the meeting; and c. the closing minutes of the meeting.
Article 131 minutes of meeting of Heads made by using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 132 the meeting Opening of the meeting consisted of the words “ ” forward.

Article 133 of the contents of the meeting the meeting consists of: a. the name of the meeting;

b. day/meeting date;

c. the time of meetings;

d. agenda meetings;

e. leadership meeting which consists of a Chairman, a Secretary, and a note taker/court reporter;

f. meeting participants;

g. the issue discussed;

h. response meeting participants; and i.  conclusion.

Article 134 minutes of Closing the meeting consists of: a. the word leader meetings;

b. the name of the Office;

c. signature officials meeting leader;

d. name of the official of the leaders ' meeting; and e. NIP officials leaders meeting.

Article 135 minutes of meetings Forms created using the example of the format as listed at number 22 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Part twenty-Two Research Staff Article 136 (1) Research staff is the form of the description submitted by the staff which contains a short analysis and clear an issue with giving way out/the suggested resolution.
(2) the parts of the research staff consists of: a. head of research;

b. the content of research; and c. the cover research.
Article 137 head of research staff is made by using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 138 Opening research staff consists of: a. the word telahaan;

b. title of the research.

Article 139 the contents of research staff consists of: a. the issue;

b. praanggapan;

c. the fact that influence;

d. analysis;

e. conclusion; and f.  suggestions.

Article 140 Cover research staff consists of: a. place the creation of research;

b. the date of the making of the research;

c. the name of the Office of the manufacturer of the research;

d. signature;

e. review essay maker name; and f.  NIP maker research.

Article 141 Form research staff is made by using the example of the format as listed at number 23 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER III the NATURE and DEGREE of the LETTER of article 142 (1) the nature of the letter consists of: a. a letter very secret;

b. the letter secret;

c. mail limited; and d. the regular mail.
(2) the letter very secret is the service for which information requires the highest level of security and have a close relationship with the safety and security of the country as well as the only known by officials who are entitled to receive.
(3) confidential Letters is the Department that the information requires special security and had a close relationship with limited security and is known only by an authorized officer or designated.
(4) Letters of the following script is limited to the information need of security and had a close relationship with the special task of limited and known only by an authorized officer or designated. (5) regular mail is mail that does not require special security.

Article 143 (1) of the degree letters consisting of lightning or very soon, very soon, and the ordinary.
(2) Flash or very soon is the degree letters whose contents should be immediately known recipients and settlement must be made at the first opportunity or as soon as possible. (3) immediately is the degree in which letters should be immediately known or taken by the recipient of the letter.

(4) Regular mail delivery is the degree and the solution is not as lightning and soon.

CHAPTER IV ADDRESSES the INCLUSION of Article 144 (1) mailing address noted in the cover letter: a.; and b. the letter.
(2) address in the cover letter consists of: a. the Designation stands for.;

b. the name of the Office;

c. work unit; and d. complete address.
(3) the address on a letter consists of: a. the Designation stands for.;

b. the name of the Office;

c. work unit; and d. the address, the name of the city (4) in front of the name of the Office or title on the cover letter and/or letters are not listed penyapa words such as father, mother, or brother.
(5) a form of writing the address on the cover and the letter is created by using the example as listed at number 24 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.
Chapter V of the CODE LETTER of article 145 (1) of the following Letter addressed, both for the work units of the Ministry as well as for work units outside the Environment Ministry, must use the code letter of the code, the code of organizational units, work unit code, and code it. (2) the following Letter is confidential between the RHS coded code Office or organizational unit or units of work and code it.

Article 146 (1) of the code position is a sign of the position of the officials who signed the letter.
(2) the code of the organizational unit and the unit of work is a sign of organizational units and units of work that made or issued. (3) the code it is a sign of respect or the subject of the letter.

Article 147 (1) of the code Office for Ministers is the MPK.

(2) the code position for Deputy Minister of Education is WMP.

(3) the code of Office for Vice Minister of Culture is the WMK.

(4) the code Office for expert staff Minister is SAM.

Article 148 of the code, the code of the organizational unit, and code work units of the main unit is made using examples as listed at number 25 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 149 (1) of the code, section subdirektorat, and environmental organizational unit fields, set by leaders of the respective organizational unit.
(2) the code of faculties, departments, institutes, centers, bureaus, part, and UPT environment in universities, established by the leaders of the universities respectively. (3) technical implementing Code (UPT) is governed by the pembinanya organizational unit respectively.

Article 150 of the code-writing thing each made using examples as listed at number 26 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 151 (1) of the code letters written after the number sequence code letter sort of Office or organizational unit code, code, code RHS work units in a confidential, code it, and in the manufacture of letter writing them each bounded by slashes. (2) the letter created and signed by the Minister using the code position.
(3) the letter created and signed by officials of the Echelon I with the mention of anb. use the code the Minister, restricted the comma and followed by a code signatory letter organizational unit.
(4) a letter signed by officials of the Echelon I-level officials and comes from underneath using a code signatory letter organizational unit, limited period and followed a code of original work unit.
(5) a letter that is created and signed by officials of the Echelon II with the mention of a.n. using organizational units of the diatasnamakan officials, restricted the comma and followed the work unit code signatories of a letter.
(6) letter that is created and signed by officials of the Echelon III with the mention of a.n. using code work unit of the diatasnamakan officials, limited period and followed a code unit sequence number of the signatory of a letter.
Article 152 the grant number and code letters service is created by using the example as listed at number 27 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER VI SCRIPT SIGNING SERVICE


Article 153 the signing rules, decisions, instructions and circulars are performed by the Minister.

Article 154 the authority signing the rules and instructions can be delegated to unit organization leaders by publishing a letter of delegation.

Article 155 Signing Authority decisions and circulars can be delegated to the leader of the organizational units, work unit leader Echelon II, and the leader of the UPT with a published letter of delegation.

Article 156 the signing of letters made up of: a. signing letter addressed to institutions outside the Environment Ministry;

b. signing a letter addressed to the organizational unit within the Ministry of environment; and c. the signing of a letter addressed to the working unit in the organizational unit.

Article 157 Signing letter addressed to institutions outside the Environment Ministry is determined as follows: a. the Minister's letter addressed to the leadership of agencies outside the Environment Ministry signed by the Minister;
b. when the Minister delegates signing the letter to officials of the level below it, the signing was conducted by officials with the mention of the anb;
c. If the recipient's official delegation from the Minister was unable to, signing can be delegated to lower level officials with the mention of the u.b. after inclusion of anb.;
d. a letter head, leader of the universities, and the head of the UPT, addressed to the leaders of agencies outside the Ministry signed by the head of the Center, the leader of PTN, or UPT head concerned;
e. when the head of the Center, the leader of the STATE and head of the UPT delegate signing letters to officials of the level below it, the signing was conducted by officials with the mention of a.n.;
f. If the recipient's official delegation was unable to, signing can be delegated to lower level officials with the mention of the u.b. after inclusion of a.n. Article 158 the signing of a letter addressed to the organizational unit within the Ministry of the environment: a. letter of organizational unit leader Echelon I addressed to the Minister, signed by leaders of the organizational unit concerned I Echelon;
b. If the leader Echelon organsiasi unit I was unable to, signing can be delegated to lower level officials with the mention of a.n. and when officials who are empowered to sign a misadventure, signing can be delegated to lower level officials with the mention of the u.b. after inclusion of a.n.;
c. letter of the leader of the organizational unit or work unit Echelon II, addressed to the Minister, signed by leaders of the organizational units or work unit Echelon II is concerned with copy organizational unit leader Echelon I;
d. organizational Echelon unit leader letter II addressed to the leader of the organizational units or work unit echelons other Ministry of environment II is signed by the leaders of the Echelon II organization unit concerned;
e. a letter job unit leader Echelon II addressed to the leaders of work units in the other echelons of the Ministry of the environment II signed by leaders of work units Echelon II is concerned with copy organizational unit leader Echelon I;
f. Letter work unit leader Echelon III, addressed to the leaders of work units Echelon III more on environmental Ministry signed by leaders of work units Echelon III is concerned with copy leaders organizational unit or work unit Echelon II;
g. Letter leaders of work units of Echelon IV in the environs of the main unit, Center, and universities, addressed to the leaders of work units Echelon IV other organization units in the environment was signed by leaders of work units of Echelon IV is concerned with copy a work unit leader Echelon III; and h. a letter job unit leader Echelon IV in implementing technical environment addressed to the leaders of work units Echelon IV other organization units in the environment was signed by leaders of work units of Echelon IV is concerned with copy a work unit leader Echelon III.
Article 159 of the signing Authority of the manuscript Department arranged as listed at number 28 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 160 of the writing and the inclusion of anb. (the name he), a.n. (the name), u.b. (for him), apb. (on orders he), a.p. (on orders), wks. (interim), plt. (incumbent), the plh. (daily executor), and u.p. (for attention) is determined as follows: a. the anb. written with small letters, end point, and is used if the Minister empower signing letters to officials or officials under him-level Echelon I main unit;
b. a.n. written with small letters, each end point, used only if the authorities signed a letter delegating signing letters to the officials-level below it;
c. u.b. written with small letters, each end point, used if the officials who are authorized to sign letters giving the power again to officials-level below it;
d. the apb. written with a lowercase all and ending point, used if the Minister empower the signatories of the letter to officials under him;
e. d. written with small letters, each end point, used if the competent authority signed a letter giving authority to the officials under him;
f. wks. written with small letters, ending point, used if an official has not designated a successor or unable to for a specific time because the task of duty, on leave, or for signer of a letter while carried out by officials who level with eselonnya;
g. plt. written with small letters, ending point, used for an official who is appointed to perform the duties of the position, but has not definitively been appointed;
h. plh. written with small letters, ending point, used if the competent authority was unable to sign for a certain time because the task service, empower the signers of the letter to officials a notch below it during the officials not being in place;
i. u.p. written with small letters, each end point, used or directed at someone or technical officials who handle an activity or an occupation without the need for a policy directly from the leadership of the officials concerned.
Article 161 Writing anb., a.n., u.b., apb, a.p., wks, plt., plh, and u.p., each created using examples as listed at number 29 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER VII CAP OFFICE and STAMP DUTY Article 162 (1) Stamp the post stamp or seal is used by certain officials to meet the validity of a letter in carrying out tasks in accordance with the Office.
(2) a stamp duty is a stamp or stamps used by any officials to meet the validity of a letter on the unit organization, unit of work, and implementing technical unit.
Article 163 (1) Stamp Office of Minister, Deputy Minister, Department of cap cap expert staff Office of the Minister, the Stamp Office of organizational units, and technical implementing agency stamp, made in the shape of a circle of the same size, while the Special Stamp Office and cap environmental service in universities-shaped equilateral Pentagon.
(2) the framework of the cap Office and the Office of stamp-circular referred to in subsection (1) has the double Circle line which consists of a line of outer ring road and the inner ring road as well as four cavities. (3) line 45 mm sized outer ring road and inner ring road, measuring 30 mm. (4) line the outer circumference of the cap, the cap Office of the Minister of the Ministry, and the main units of the service cap is made with a double loop line and the line of the outer-most ring made the lines thicker than the inner part of outer ring road.
(5) line loop service centre stamp, stamp duty, stamp duty and kopertis unit technical implementers are made with a single loop line and the line of the outer ring road is made thicker than the line of the inner ring road.
(6) the Stamp Office and universities service cap shaped equilateral Pentagon made with curved lines to the outside with the angle of 72 degrees in standing position and the middle line-sized circle of 40 mm. (7) lines to the outside is made with double line and line out thicker than the lines in the.

Article 164 Cap position in an environment of universities consist of: a. the Stamp Office of Rector of the University or Institute;

b. cap Office Chair high school; and c. the Stamp Office of the Director of the Polytechnic.

Article 165 (1) Stamp duty Ministry used by the Deputy Minister, the Secretariat-General, and Minister's expert staff.
(2) in addition to the Stamp Office and stamp duty in the Environment Ministry also used special service cap shaped just like the Stamp Office and stamp duty, but smaller in size.
(3) special service Stamp referred to in subsection (1) is used for ID cards, student cards, and the like.
Article 166 Form cap Office and stamp duty as well as his statement made by using examples as listed at number 30 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER VIII ELECTRONIC TEXTS of article 167 of the electronic Manuscript is a manuscript in the form of information and communication is done electronically or recorded in electronic multimedia.

Article 168 of the electronic Manuscript includes electronic correspondence, archives, and electronic documentation, electronic transactions, as well as other electronic texts.

Article 169 Electronic Texts have equal validity with the non-electronic service.

CHAPTER IX of the COMPLETENESS of the MANUSCRIPT DEPARTMENT Article 170 (1) completeness of the manuscript Department of the form sheet disposition.

(2) sheet of the disposition is one unit with the Department concerned.


(3) Sheet with instructions written disposition regarding the follow-up of the management letter written clearly.

Article 171 the Chief disposition sheet created using the conditions as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 172 Form sheets of the disposition is made by using the example of the format as listed at number 31 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 173 the grammar correspondence that had existed in the Environment Ministry in order to gradually adapted to this ministerial regulation at the latest 1 (one) year after the ministerial regulation is enacted.

CHAPTER XI CLOSING of article 174 with the introduction of this Ministerial Regulation, the regulation of the Minister of national education the number 42 in 2006 about the grammar Correspondence in the Environment Ministry of national education was revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 175 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of the regulation of the Minister of education and culture with this penempatanya in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on February 4, 1995 the MINISTER of EDUCATION and CULTURE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, MOHAMMAD NUH Enacted in Jakarta on February 7, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn215-2013lamp fnFooter ();