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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1267, 2013 SOCIAL MINISTRY. Administering. State-Owned Goods. Inventory.
REGULATION of the MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 15 2013 ABOUT ADMINISTERING SUPPLIES in a SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to realize the administering and orderly administration to support the orderly management of the State-owned Goods, users of goods and/or power user stuff obligatory safeguards State-owned Goods both physical security, administration, or law;
b. that the safeguards State-owned Goods in particular physical and administrative safeguards over supplies, need to be implemented in accordance with the Government Regulations Accounting Number 71 in 2010 about Governmental accounting standards;
c. that the Minister of Social Affairs Regulation Number 61/HUK/2009 about managing and Administering the goods Supplies in an environment of Social Department, yet refers to the provisions of Annex 1.06 (Statement number 05) Government Regulation Number 71 in 2012 of the Government accounting standards;
d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and the need to establish the Social regulation of the Minister of the Environment Ministry in Administering Social Supply;
Remember: 1. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286);
2. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355);
3. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and financial responsibility of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4400);
4. Act No. 39 of 2008 of the Ministry of State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 166 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4916);
5. Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the country/region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4609) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2006 about changes to the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the State-owned Goods/employee administration area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia year 2006 Number 78 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4855);
6. Government Regulation Number 71 in 2010 about Governmental accounting standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 123 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5156);
7. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 on the establishment of a United Indonesia Cabinet II;
8. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries that have been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011;
9. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries that have been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011;
10. Presidential regulation Number 54 in 2010 about Government procurement of goods and services as amended by presidential regulation Number 70 in 2012;
11. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 96/FMD. 06/2007 on The implementation of the usage, Utilization, removal, and Pemindahtanganan State-owned Goods;
12. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 120/FMD. 06/2007 on Administering State-owned Goods;
13. the regulation of the Minister of finance Number 171/FMD. 06/2007 on accounting and reporting Systems to the Central Government;
14. Regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs Number 86/HUK/2010 about the Organization and governance of social Ministry of work;
15. Minister of Social Affairs Regulation number 01/HUK/2011 about the procedures for the implementation of usage, Utilization, removal, and Pemindahtanganan State-owned Goods in Social Ministry Environment as amended by regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs Number 119 in 2011 about the changes to the regulation of Minister of Social Affairs number 01/HUK/2011 about the procedures for the implementation of usage, Utilization, removal, and Pemindahtanganan State-owned Goods in an environment of Social Ministry;
16. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 244/FMD. 06/2012 about the monitoring and control of the goods belonging to the State;
Decide: define: SOCIAL REGULATION of the MINISTER of the ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY of the INVENTORY in ADMINISTERING social.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Inventories are assets smoothly in the form of goods or supplies intended for the support of the Government's operational activities, and items intended for sale or consigned in order of service to the community.
2. Storage arrangements to carry out its activities is, organizing inventory, and setting up indoors.
3. to carry out its activities is the Distribution arrangements, conducting, and setting up the transfer of goods from the warehouse/storage area to a user or to a work unit shed/storage of documents in accordance with other supporters.
4. Goods use consumable are goods that are part of the wealth of the country according to its nature used depleted for the purpose of service or period of use of less than 1 (one) year.
5. Goods are not disposable consumable goods is part of the country's wealth in the form of chattels which period its use more than 1 (one) year.
6. Warehouse/storage space is a room or storage area either closed or open used for storage of the goods and the place is not for the public.
7. the Official caretaker of the Inventory is the designated officials for receiving, storing, issuing, menatausahakan, and account for the goods in the warehouse/storage areas in an orderly and organised.
8. User Units of goods are instances of Office wear/use items for service activities.
9. Government procurement of goods/services are hereinafter referred to as the procurement of goods/services is an activity to obtain goods/services by ministries/agencies/units of work device region/institution that process starts from planning needs until the completion of the entire activity to obtain goods/services.
10. Affidavit of Inspection Items is a letter or other document made by a procurement officer declared the results of the examination of the goods consigned to providers of goods in accordance with the requirements stated in the letter of introduction of the goods or the Warrants work and/or contracts.
11. The Committee/Official Receiver Work is organizing Committee/officials specified by User Budget/Budget power user who is in charge of checking and accepting the results of the work.
12. Inspection results are Events News letters or other documents that are created by the organizers/Official Receiver Work, stating the results of the examination of the goods consigned to providers of goods in accordance with the requirements stated in the letter of introduction of goods or Labor or Warrant contract.
13. Handover Event News Item is a document that contains a statement the handover of goods between parties who submit with officials after the item Inventory Sysop review by procurement officials or the Committee reviewers.
14. A warrant Issued Goods hereinafter abbreviated SPMB is a letter that is created by the power of the users of the goods in order that the Official caretaker of the Inventory depleted removing disposable goods and goods does not use consumable for distribution to user units of goods that need.
15. Inventory the inventory is an activity to do the calculation, recording, registration, and assessment of the inventory in the warehouse/storage areas at any given moment.
16. supplies for Assessment is a process of selective research activities based on data/objective and relevant facts by using method/technique to obtain the value of the inventory.
17. The preparation of the book is a book in the form of a sheet to record/record supplies in and out of the warehouse/storage areas under the responsibility of the management and Executive Board Officer inventory.
Article 2 of the regulation is intended to provide the Foundation and the instructions to all stakeholders and implementing the related to the uniformity of implementation of administering the social Ministry of the environment in the inventory.
Article 3 the administering the preparation it aims to embody the orderly management of the inventory.
Article 4 the administering supplies include the inspection and acceptance of goods, inventory, storage, security and maintenance, distribution, inventory, assessment, and removal.
Article 5 of this Regulation apply to administering supplies belonging to the Ministry of the Social Centre and Implementing Technical Unit.
Article 6 Target administering inventory includes all supplies that are purchased or obtained over the burden of Budget revenues and Expenditures of the State or of other legitimate earnings.
Article 7 (1) of the preparation as referred to in article 4, such as: a. the goods or supplies used in the framework of the operational activities of the Government;
b. materials or equipment used in the production process;
c. goods in the production process that is intended to be sold or handed over to the community;
d. items that are kept for sale or consigned to the community in the framework of the activities of the Government; and e. goods or supplies purchased and stored for use.
(2) goods or equipment referred to in subsection (1) the letter e, consisting of inventory items wear out and inventory items do not wear out.
(3) Supplies of goods use consumable and disposable consumable inventory items not referred to in subsection (2) may be obtained from the results of the procurement or other legitimate earnings.
(4) other legitimate Earnings referred to in subsection (3) may be sourced from: a. the Court ruling had the force of law;
b. the agreement/contract;
c. grant/donation or the like;
d. gifts not guessed;
e. the prize winner is not taken; and/or f. confiscated.
(5) the supplies referred to in subsection (1) must be known by a power user of goods and supplies that Sysop Officials responsible for maintaining inventory in storage/tempat storage.
(6) any supplies that will be distributed to the User Units of goods must be known by a power user of goods and the Official caretaker of the inventory.
(7) the inventory must be ditatausahakan for the accountability of the implementation tasks.
CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTING OFFICIALS the PREPARATION of article 8 (1) the Minister of Social Affairs as a user of the goods that are delegated to the Secretary-general and implemented by the head of the Bureau of affairs wing gear.
(2) the Secretary-General/General/Director General/Head of Agency as the leadership Echelon Unit I as a Maid.
(3) the Secretary of the Echelon Unit I/Director/Bureau Chief/Head to aid user items are delegated to officials who: fixtures.
(4) the head of the Technical Unit of the Ministry of the environment in Implementing the social as a power user of a work unit level goods in areas delegated to officials who: fixtures.
Article 9 (1) officials of the Executive Board are appointed by the Power supply of the user of the goods on behalf of the Users of the goods on every working unit consists of a Chairman, a Secretary, and a staff Manager.
(2) the acting Sysop Supplies has the task of receiving, storing, issuing, menatausahakan, and account for the goods in the warehouse/storage areas in an orderly and organised.
(3) officials of the Caretaker Supplies has an obligation: a. conduct the examination of the goods;
b. implement safeguards supplies either from theft or damage;
c. carry out maintenance and keeping the regularity of supplies in order to provide a more optimal effectiveness;
d. maintain the cleanliness and tidiness of the warehouse/storage areas; and e. create a report of receipts and expenditures of supplies to a power user Items periodically by using the application supplies goods in accordance with the applicable provisions.
Article 10 (1) of the power Budget Users establish Officials/Committee Work for the Receiver unit in the Ministry of Environment I Echelon social.
(2) in the case of recipients of the results of the work of more than one (1) person Committee was formed, the official receiver's Work that included at least three (3) people.
(3) the Committee of the results of the work of the Recipients came from elements of procurement and storage.
(4) the Committee of the results of the work for the Recipient of the goods certified special comes from elements of the procurement, storage, and/or user/technical unit.
(5) Officials of the recipient Committee Work/duty test, examine and match the right goods delivered in accordance with the requirements stated in the SPK and or/contract and/or other acquisition source documents as well as making news of the proceedings.
CHAPTER III IMPLEMENTATION of ADMINISTERING the PREPARATION Part I Examination and acceptance of goods, article 11 (1) all goods procurement results as well as other legitimate acceptance that will be turned over to officials of the caretaker of the Supplies required examination in terms of quantity, quality, specifications, and the condition of the goods as well as for compliance with the shipping documents.
(2) the examination of the goods referred to in subsection (1) is based upon the requirements that are listed in the letter of introduction of goods and/or Warrant and/or Employment contract and/or source documents his acquisition.
(3) for the receipt of goods with a value up to RP 200 million rupiah (two hundred million rupiah) the examination of the goods referred to in subsection (2) is conducted by officials of the caretaker of the Inventory based on the affidavit of Inspection made by the Official Receiver Work with Event News produced a Handover of goods.
(4) for the receipt of goods with a value of Rp. RP 200 (two hundred million rupiah) inspection conducted by the Official Receiver's inventory and dues of the Committee of the results of his work with the News Event Handover of goods.
(5) in the case of goods which are not checked according to the requirements stated in the letter of introduction of the goods and/or the Warrants work and/or contracts and/or other acquisition source documents, officials of the Caretaker Committee's inventory or the recipients of the results of the work should refuse the goods in question.
(6) Goods purchased and/or accepted by the depository items recorded into: a. procurement of goods list;
b. book of goods;
c. the item card;
d. card/card warehouse full of stuff; and e. card supplies.
Article 12 (1) a list of procurement of goods referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) letter a is a list that is used to record the procurement of goods supplies.
(2) the book of the goods referred to in article 11 paragraph (1) letter b is a book to record goods supplies received and issued by the keeper of the goods.
(3) a card of goods referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) Letter c is the card used to record receipts and expenditures per type of goods supplies.
(4) the card/card Warehouse Full of goods referred to in article 11 paragraph (6) the letter d is the card used to record receipts and expenditures per type of goods supplies.
(5) the card supplies of goods as referred to in article 11 paragraph (6) of the letter e card is used to record the list of remaining goods stock.
(6) the form referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) are listed in the annex which is an integral part of part of the regulation of the Minister.
The second part Inventory Storage Article 13 (1) any Supplies must be stored in the warehouse/storage.
(2) Warehouse/storage supplies should be locked protected from the influence of rain, sunshine, floods, fires, and other hazards to avoid.
(3) inventory due to the nature and volume of requiring special handling are stored in special storage/warehouse.
(4) management of supplies that are in a special warehouse/storage areas equipped with: a. the preparation book/card items for every type of goods;
b. card hanging items hung on the means of storage of goods;
c. the floor plan showing the location of items for easier searching of goods;
d. Security tool items such as fire extinguishers, and the palette;
e. Tools like ladders, and a stroller; and f. health equipment such as masks, gloves, and a first aid box on accident.
Article 14 Warehouse/storage of Supplies by their nature can be a closed shed and/or open.
Article 15 (1) a covered Warehouse as referred to in article 14 was a room/building closed which meet the standards of safety engineering and is used to store supplies.
(2) the inventory stored in the closed warehouse as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. logistics;
b. evacuation tools;
c. spare parts;
d. component and the rest of the goods;
e. toner materials;
f. printed matter;
h. supplies for strategic/just in case;
i. Tools/materials for the activities of the Office;
j. drugs; and/or k. other goods which by their very nature cannot be stored in the warehouse.
Article 16 (1) of the preparation as referred to in article 15 paragraph (2) letter a and letter b be the responsibility of the provincial Social Department/Agency or district/city.
(2) the inventory referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of direct assistance in accordance with the provisions of the legislation regarding social assistance for disaster victims.
Article 17 the shed open as stipulated in article 14 was a space/open areas which meet the standards of safety engineering and is used to store supplies in order not to reduce the quantity and quality of goods.
The third part of the preparation and maintenance of the Safeguards of article 18 (1) Safeguards the supplies meant to avoid loss, damage, floods, and fires up the inventory in the warehouse/storage.
(2) Maintenance supplies intended to keep supplies of goods can provide optimal effectiveness by maintaining hygiene, regularity, and neatness in the warehouse/storage.
(3) Security and maintenance of the inventory carried out by officials of the caretaker of the Inventory on a regular basis.
(4) where necessary the maintenance of inventories can be done by a third party according to the nature, type and State of the goods, as well as the State of the warehouse/storage.
The fourth part Inventory Distribution article 19 (1) the distribution of supplies was done with the provisions of: a. a written request from the Unit the user of goods approved by the power users of the goods;
b. SPMB signed by power user of goods and Supplies Executive Board Officials; and c. SPMB signed by User Units of goods as proof of receipt of goods.
(2) goods are distributed and/or used by the keeper of the goods into the book spending, book handover of goods, objects, card and card supplies.
An inventory, assessment, and the Elimination of the preparation of article 20 (1) an inventory of the supplies required to know the quantity, value, and the condition of the inventory as well as to simplify bookkeeping supplies.
(2) the Inventory aims to test the suitability between bookkeeping supplies with physical quantity and quality that is implemented in the framework of the accountability of the administering supplies.
(3) the Inventory referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the head of the unit of work units or the designated officer and executed at least 2 (two) times within 1 (one) year outcome results of Event News poured in inventory.
(4) the News Event the results of an inventory at least load on time implementation of an inventory location, officials who conducted an inventory item code, type of goods, the amount of goods and the value of the acquisition based on the report of an inventory on the application Inventory accounting system, the amount of inventory in the warehouse, and other information.
Article 21 implementation process an inventory as below: a. the head Unit Work together with officials of the Caretaker checked Physical Inventory of supplies in the warehouse on the basis of the report of the officers REFER to the supply of goods-BMN.
b. results of the inventory of Event Results News poured in inventory and input into the accounting system applications inventory.
c. implementation of the inventory results reported to their respective Leadership Echelon Unit I and tembusannya submitted to the Secretary General of the cq. Bureau Chief of affairs wing gear.
Section 22 (1) Valuation of inventories carried out by the head of the unit of Work to find out the conditions and the determination of the value of the inventory.
(2) valuation of the supplies needed to provide input in order to CONSIDER the report preparation-BMN.
(3) the determination of the value of inventories based on: a. the cost of acquisition, if obtained by way of a purchase that is listed by using the value of the last purchase;
b. standard cost when acquired by producing its own; and/or c. reasonable value, if obtained by means of the acquisition of more legitimate;
Article 23 (1) removal of the inventory carried out by the head of the unit of work on the proposal of the Acting Superintendent of the preparation towards the damaged inventory, shrinkage, expiry, and lost.
(2) the implementation of the abolition of the preparation is the Act of removing the goods belonging to the State of the list items are done by the head of the unit of Work assigned by decision of the head of the unit of work.
(3) the implementation of the abolition of the preparation was carried out based on the provisions of the regulations concerning the procedures for the implementation of usage, utilization, removal, and pemindahtanganan State-owned Goods.
Section 24 condition Inventories damaged or second-hand is not reported in the balance sheet, but poured in notes to financial statements.
Article 25 the provider of Goods Supplies should do periodic monitoring and knowing a time limit the usefulness/expired inventory in the form of direct assistance in the form of food.
Article 26 in addition to the deadline expiration usability/supplies in the form of direct assistance in the form of food as stipulated in article 24, the Manager of goods Supplies should pay attention to: a. a change in color and flavor;
b. cause a foul smell;
c. damaged packaging;
d. moldy; and/or e. Edible animals.
Article 27 the mechanism of removal of inventory expiration in warehouse/storage area is implemented by means of: a. the preparation of Executive Board Officers carry out a physical examination and identification of inventory items are already nearing expiry or not worthy of consumption on a periodic basis;
b. Preparation of Executive Board Officials compiled a list of inventory expiration and submit to the head of the unit of work and or the officer in charge of the supply of Goods;
c. Executive Board Officer in charge of the Supply/Supplies delivered the proposed abolition of the goods enclosed list of goods expires, to the head of Unit unit of work;
d. Removal Team stuff that is already set, do research on items which are proposed to be abolished and the reported plan of the removal of goods to Head Unit work Unit;
e. Head Unit work Unit gives approval against the plan the Elimination of inventory;
f. Teams carry out the removal of Goods Removal by means of destroyed or in other ways that are safe, effective, and efficient;
g. Removal supplies poured in a news Event Removal goods; and h. Chief Administrative Officer Shed/do stuff at the book mutation logging inventory items as well as items based on card Removal Events News Items.
Article 28 (1) requirements, the Elimination of State-owned Goods in addition to land and/or buildings is carried out with consideration: a. meet technical requirements;
b. operational and maintenance costs of the goods outweigh the benefits gained;
c. goods are missing;
d. in conditions of lack of Treasury; or e. losses due to death of animals or plants.
(2) the technical requirements of the abolition of the State-owned Goods in addition to soil and/or building referred to in subsection (1) letter a include: a. physical goods cannot be used due to damaged and uneconomical when corrected;
b. technically the goods cannot be used anymore due to modernization;
c. goods has exceeded its time limit/expiry;
d. changes in the specification of the goods due to usage, eroded, worn away, and the like; or e. reduced items in the scales/measures, due to the use of the/shrink in storage/transport.
Chapter V the CONSTRUCTION and SUPERVISION Article 29 coaching and Supervision aims to: a. enhance the capabilities of officers in managing Inventory;
b. enhance the orderly administration and operational in Administering Supplies; and c. prevent the occurrence of irregularities in administering supplies in each unit of work.
Article 30 of the orderly administration of the implementation of the administering Construction supplies at Environmentally Social Ministry, carried out with the following conditions: a. at the level of the social Ministry carried out by social Minister delegated to the Secretary-general and implemented by the head of the Bureau of equipment Affairs wing;
b. in the work Unit of the General Secretariat is conducted by the Secretary-General which was carried out by Bureau Chief wing equipment Affairs;
c. on the work Unit/Directorate of Inspectorate General/Agency carried out by the Director General/Head of Agency/Inspector General executed by the Secretary on each unit of work; and d. on Implementing Technical Unit in the Ministry of the environment carried out by Social power user Working unit level Goods in areas delegated to officials who: fixtures.
Article 31 (1) the supervision against the administering supplies performed by the head of the unit of work or Official designated as the power users of the goods; and (2) the functional Supervision against the administering the preparation done by the functional Supervisory apparatus according to the provisions of legislation.
CHAPTER VI Article 32 REPORTING Official Caretaker of the preparation and/or Storage of goods in compulsory Administration accountable and reporting accountability over items are managed.
Article 33 (1) Report to liability as stipulated in article 32 consists of: a. the semiannual reports; and b. yearly.
(2) the Semiannual Reports referred to in paragraph (1) contains the number of the letter a, the value of inventory, and the conditions for a period of 6 (six) months that is integrated into the financial accounting System Reports the State-owned Goods.
(3) Semiannual Reports referred to in paragraph (1) letter a was conducted on 30 June and 31 December.
(4) the annual report referred to in subsection (1) letter b contains a number, the value of inventory, and the conditions for a period of one (1) year which is integrated into the financial accounting System reports the State-owned Goods.
Article 34 (1) Inventory Reporting Mechanism implemented by the terms: a. Officials handed a recapitulation report Supplies Sysop goods supplies to the REFER-BMN;
b. Officers REFER-BMN compatibility reports from officials of the caretaker of the Inventory with the data on the application Inventory accounting systems;
c. the results matching the report given to the head of a unit of Work to get the endorsement; and d. supplies for report results submitted to the officers of the WATCH-BMN to merged in the report REFER to the BMN-Accounting System from the application inventory.
(2) in case of need and for the benefit of supervision inventory internally, the head of the unit of Work can set its own schedule of reporting monthly and/or quarterly.
Article 35 the submission of the report referred to in Section 34 is exercised with the provisions: a. Officials report semiannual dues of Inventory and annual Work Unit to the head; and b. The head of the unit's work report to the annual and semiannual Inventory-led Echelon Unit I.
Article 36 of the report referred to in Article 32 presented to the Secretary General of the Ministry Social cq. Bureau of wing Affairs Bureau Chief with copy equipment finance.
Article 37 (1) end of each semester and year end Inventory Sysop Officials and/or Storage of the goods carry out a physical inventory of supplies.
(2) the physical inventory of the results referred to in paragraph (1) poured in supplies and inventory of Event News delivered to implementing accounting SIMAK-BMN in every work unit and UPT.
(3) the Format of News Event inventory of Supplies as referred to in paragraph (2) of the annex to this Regulation.
CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 38 at the time these regulations come into force, the Minister of Social Affairs Regulation Number 61/HUK/2009 about managing and Administering the goods inventory in the environment of Social Department revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 39 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 on 18 October 2013, MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, SALIM SEGAF AL JUFRI Enacted in Jakarta on October 30, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();
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