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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 706, 2013 NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY. Standard Operational Procedures. Drafting. Guidelines for the REGULATION of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEAD No. 3 2013 ABOUT GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of STANDARD OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES in the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY ENVIRONMENT with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, Considering: a. that to create a commitment about what will be carried out by a unit of work in the National Narcotics Agency environment in realizing good governance required a process of implementation of a systematic and measurable functions to achieve optimum performance of every unit of work at the National Narcotics Agency environment;
b. that one mechanism in realizing the implementation of a systematic and measurable functions required operational standards of each procedure implementation of the functions of the unit of work in the National Narcotics Agency environment;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish the National Narcotics Agency Head Rules about the guidelines for preparing the operational standards of procedures in the National Narcotics Agency environment;
Remember: 1. Act No. 5 of 1997 on psychotropic substances (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 10 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3671);
2. 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 Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851);
3. Act No. 35 of 2009 about Illegals (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 143 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5062);
4. Presidential regulation Number 23 in 2010 of the National Narcotics Agency;
5. Presidential Decree Number 103 in 2001 about the position, duties, functions, authorities, Organization of work, and the Non Governmental Departments as amended last presidential regulation Number 64 in 2005 about the sixth Change over the Presidential Decree Number 103 in 2001 about the position, duties, functions, authorities, Organization, Arrangement and Layout of Non Government agencies Work Department;
6. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and the bureaucratic State apparatus number 12 in 2011 about the Guidelines Ketatalaksanaan (Business Process);
7. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the Bureaucracy of number 35 in 2012 about Standard Operating procedure for Drafting guidelines for the administration of Government;
8. The National Narcotics Agency Head Regulation number 3 of 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the National Narcotics Agency (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2010 Number 246);
9. The regulations of the National Narcotics Agency Head number 4 of 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the National Narcotics Agency provincial and National Narcotics Agency Kabupaten/Kota (news of the Republic of Indonesia Number 247 in 2010).
Decide: define: REGULATIONS of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY HEADS ABOUT the GUIDELINES for PREPARING the OPERATIONAL STANDARDS of PROCEDURES in the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY ENVIRONMENT.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in this Regulation, it is: 1. Standard Operating Procedures (Standard Operating Procedure), hereinafter abbreviated SOP is a set of written instructions regarding the standardized processes of organizing government administration, how, when, where, and by whom.
2. Prevention and eradication of abuse and illicit traffic in narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and Precursors, as well as other addictive materials hereinafter referred to P4GN.
3. Verification of the SOP is the process of checking the correctness and suitability of the SOP.
4. Flow Charts are pictures explaining the process flow, procedures and documents or an activity that uses symbols or forms fields, to make it easier to obtain information.
5. The work process is a systematic steps in performing a job of work to achieve results.
6. The end result is a product/output of a work that was carried out in the form of goods and services.
7. Consummation of the SOP is a series of activities in order to improve the quality of the SOP consists of evaluating, Supplement (increase/decrease), and compiled a consummation of the SOP.
8. Work Unit hereafter Satker is part of an organizational unit at the BNN that execute one or more activities of a program.
9. Work Unit Echelons I is the head, the main Secretariat, Inspectorate major, Deputy field of prevention, the Deputy field of community empowerment, Deputy Field Eradication, Deputy field of rehabilitation, the Deputy Law and cooperation in environment of BNN.
10. Work Unit Echelon II is the Bureau, the Directorate, the Inspectorate Inspectorate I, II, III, the Inspectorate Data and information Research Center, National Narcotics Agency of the province, and Implementing Technical Rehabilitation in an environment of BNN.
11. Work Unit Echelon III is a part, fields, Subdirektorat, education and training, Technical Implementing Drug Testing Laboratory, National Narcotics Agency Rehabilitation Hall, National Narcotics Agency and Kabupaten/Kota in the environs of BNN. 12. Work Unit Echelon IV is Subsections, sexy, Subfield at BNN.
13. the Executor is the employees who implement the SOP in his work.
Article 2 Drafting SOPS aims to be a guideline or reference in carrying out job duties in accordance with the functions and performance assessment tools based on technical indicators, administrative, procedural and in accordance with work, work procedures, and systems to work on the satker is concerned.
Article 3 the purpose of the SOP: a. to be guidelines for the satker in carrying out the task function through the stages have been determined;
b. to reduce the rate of errors and omissions that might be done by the executors in carrying out the task;
c. to ensure the timeliness and results of the work in order to increase accountability, efficiency and effectiveness of the implementation of the duties and responsibilities; and d. to ensure consistency of service to the community and stake holders from the aspect of quality, integrity and procedures.
Article 4 scope of the preparation of the SOP is the entire process of organizing implementation of P4GN including the granting of internal and external services performed by the Satker BNN.
Article 5 principles of preparation of the SOP are as follows: a. the easy and obvious, i.e. standardised procedures must be easily understood and applied by executor;
b. efficiently i.e. standardised procedures and can be used as guidelines in carrying out tasks with precise, meticulous, Sepik;
c. effective i.e. standardised procedure that can achieve the objectives appropriately and successfully to;
d. aligned i.e. procedures that must comply with the standardised procedures other related standards;
e. measurable, that is, the output of a standardised procedure contain certain quality standards attainment of success that can be measured;
f. dynamic, i.e. a standardised procedure tailored to the needs of the Ministry quickly;
g. user-oriented, i.e. a standardised procedure should be adapted to the needs;
h. legal compliance, i.e. a standardised procedure must comply with applicable government regulations; and i. legal certainty, i.e. a standardised procedure should be established by the leadership as a legal product that is adhered to, implemented, and become an instrument to protect the executor from possible lawsuits.
Article 6 the principle of implementation of the SOP are as follows: a. commitment, namely, to be undertaken with the full commitment of all levels of the organization from the lowest level to the highest;
b. sustainable improvement, that should be open to refinement-consummation to obtain standard procedure operations are efficient and effective;
c. binding should bind the executors, that in carrying out its work in accordance with standard operational procedures that have been set; and d. well-documented, that whole standardised procedures should be well documented so that it can always be used as a reference for any of those who need it.
CHAPTER II PROCEDURES for the PREPARATION of article 7 (1) the requirements in the preparation of the SOP are as follows: a. refer to the legislation;
b. written with clear, detailed and correct;
c. pay attention to other SOP; and d. be accountable.
(2) Criteria for activities that require the SOP are as follows: a. activities carried out regularly or repeatedly;
b. produce a certain output; and c. its activities involve at least 2 (two) persons/parties.
(3) Preparation of the SOP is implemented by all employees in the environment of BNN at each of the satker with the following stages: a. preparation;
b. identification of the needs of the SOP;
c. SOP needs analysis;
d. writing SOP;
e. verification and test SOP;
f. implementation of the SOP;
g. dissemination of SOP;
h. training and understanding; and i. monitoring and evaluation.
(4) Stages of the preparation of the SOP as referred to in paragraph (3) are listed in the annex which is an inseparable part with this rule.
Article 8 (1) stage of the Preparation as referred to in article 7 paragraph (2) letter a is done by forming a team of: a. the Chair;
b. the Secretary;
c. Coordinator; and d. the Member.
(2) The team referred to in subsection (1) has the task of: a. implement and/or coordinate all stages of drafting SOPS;
b. Drawing up implementation plans; and c. disseminating the activities of the preparation of the SOP on each of the satker.
(1) The stages of identification needs SOP as referred to in article 7 paragraph (1) letter b held on each of the satker and arranged according to level with reference to the duties and functions of each.
(2) The results of the identification of the needs of the SOP as referred to in subsection (1) is encapsulated in an inventory document title and serve as the ingredient SOP needs analysis.
(3) The results of the analysis made with format containing the name and code number of the SOP specified by decision of the head of BNN.
(4) The format referred to in paragraph (3) are listed in the annex which is an inseparable part with this rule.
Article 10 SOP arranged by name and code number of the SOP as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3).
Article 11 (1) SOUP made in the form of written tables, and flowcharts.
(2) The FORMAT of the SOP as referred to in paragraph (1) are listed in annex II of the regulation Head the BNN which is part inseparable in this rule.
Article 12 (1) Implementing the tasks/jobs at each of the satker do preparation materials preparation SOP corresponding task functionality.
(2) Preparation of the SOP as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out and coordinated by officials of Echelon III.
(3) SOP drafting work unit consisting of Echelon I, II, III, and IV is coordinated by Echelon II in environmental work Unit Echelon I.
CHAPTER III VERIFICATION and TEST of article 13 (1) of the draft SOP as referred to in article 12 paragraph (1) mandatory verification in advance by the hierarchical superiors.
(2) After verification, as in subsection (1) conducted trials independently by the satker concerned with witnessed by superiors.
Article 14 of the draft SOP that has carried out the verification and test set to be SOP with the decision of the head of BNN.
CHAPTER IV IMPLEMENTATION Article 15 SOP is implemented with the following terms: a. through the verification process, trials, and determination;
b. supported by adequate infrastructure and facilities and with human resources competencies and qualifications in accordance with its functions;
c. socialized and distributed to all implementers on BNN environment; and d. can be accessed and viewed by the public and stake holders.
Chapter V DISSEMINATION article 16 (1) implementation of the SOP as referred to in article 4 must be socialized in advance and distributed to all implementers on the environment of the satker.
(2) SOPS should be integrated with the other regulations in the environs of BNN.
CHAPTER VI TRAINING and UNDERSTANDING of article 17 Training and understanding as referred to in article 7 paragraph (3) the letter h is done in the form of meetings, technical guidance, mentoring or implementing daily.
CHAPTER VII MONITORING and EVALUATION Article 18 Monitoring as referred to in article 6 paragraph (2) letter i do by way of observation, interviews with implementers, and discussions of the working group.
Article 19 (1) implementation evaluation done every end of the year to find out the effectiveness and quality of the SOP.
(2) The results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) as a refinement of the SOP.
(3) The evaluation as referred to in subsection (1) done by the hierarchical superiors and Coordinator as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (2) as well as coordinating with the organizations and Governance.
CHAPTER VIII SUPERVISION article 20 (1) implementation of the SOP on each of the satker generally affixed to or should be supervised constantly by the hierarchical superiors.
(2) The results of supervision of the implementation of the SOP as referred to in subsection (1) is submitted quarterly to the hierarchical superiors.
CHAPTER IX REDENOMINATION and REFINEMENT of article 21 (1) SOP imposed need to be re-examined at least 1 (one) time in 2 (two) years.
(2) Redenomination referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by a team consisting of the elements of the leadership, executing, and work units that deal with the SOP.
(3) SOP that has enhanced set with the decision of the head of BNN.
CHAPTER X section 22 REPORTING the results of the implementation of the SOP on each work Unit reported to the head of the main Secretary through BNN BNN.
CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 23 Regulations this BNN Heads comes into force on the date of promulgation.
In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations this BNN Heads with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.
Established in Jakarta on April 18, 2013, HEAD of the NATIONAL NARCOTICS AGENCY, ANANG ISKANDAR Enacted in Jakarta on May 15, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn706-2013 fnFooter ();
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