Regulatory Agency Of The State Of The Password Number 1 In 2012

Original Language Title: Peraturan Lembaga Sandi Negara Nomor 1 Tahun 2012

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 125, PENITENTIARY REGULATIONS PASSWORD 2012 REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 1 in 2012 on the IMPLEMENTATION of the GUIDELINES on the ANALYSIS of the WORKLOAD in the PASSWORD STATE AGENCIES ENVIRONMENT with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of AGENCY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, PASSWORD, Considering: a. that the reform programme in order to support the bureaucracy at the State Environmental Agency's password, need to be implemented in the areas of organization Setup , tatalaksana and staffing;
b. that in the implementation of the arrangement in the field of organization, staffing and tatalaksana need to do an analysis of the Workload;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set a Password State Penitentiary Regulations of Guideline Implementation Analysis of the workload in the Environment Agency Password State;
Remember: 1. Presidential Decree Number 68 in 1995 about a day at the Environmental Agency of the Government;
2. Presidential regulation Number 81 in 2010 about Bureaucratic Reform Grand Design 2010-2025;
3. The decision of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform State number: KEP/75/URM.PAN/7/2004 2004 about Employee Needs Calculation Guidelines based on the workload in the framework of the preparation of the formation of the civil servant;
4. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform State number: PER URM.PAN//15/7/2008 Year 2008 about the guidelines of the reform of the Bureaucracy;
5. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and the bureaucratic State apparatus Number 20 of 2010 about Bureaucratic Reform Road Map 2010-2014;
6. The decision of the head of the Institution the password State number OT 101/KEP. 80/2003 2003 about the Organization and the work of the high school State Password;
7. the Penitentiary Regulations Password State number OT. 001/PERKA 122/2007 in 2007 about the Organization and the work of the institutions of the State of the password;
DECIDED: Regulation: setting PASSWORD STATE PENITENTIARY on GUIDELINES IMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS of the WORKLOAD in the ENVIRONMENT AGENCY PASSWORD State.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation this State Penitentiary Password is: 1. An analysis of the Workload is a management technique that is done in a systematic way to obtain information about the effectiveness and efficiency of work organization based on the Volume of work.
2. Analysts were officials appointed to conduct a functional analysis of the workload.
3. Work Unit is a unit of organization of Password State consisting of the main Secretariat, Deputy I, II, III, Deputy Deputy, Inspectorates, Pusdiklat, and STSN.
4. The Volume of work is a set of tasks or work that must be completed in one year.
5. The level of effectiveness and Efficiency is the ratio between the workload and hours of work are productive in order completion of tasks and functions.
6. The workload is the magnitude of the tasks or work that become obligations of an Office or work Unit.
7. Norms of the time was reasonable and real time-real was used effectively by normal conditions by a Regent position to complete one stage of the process is the completion of the task or job. 8. Business days are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
9. Effective working hours are working hours specified in accordance with formal legislation.
10. Productive working hours are the hours of work that should be used to perform a task or job.
11. Spare time is hours of work which can be used to perform personal activities.
CHAPTER II BASIC BENEFITS, objectives, and article 2 of the workload Analysis was carried out based on the principle of: a. objectivity;

b. be honest; and c. measurable.

Article 3 (1) the objective referred to in article 2 letter a, indicating a State of real, actual and purity without being influenced by opinion or personal views and impartial.
(2) Honest as stipulated in article 2, letter b indicate something which is actually without action cheating, lying or engineering.
(3) Measured as stipulated in article 2 letter c, shows the data obtained based on Workload measurement methods.
Article 4 of the regulation the Agency Head Password of this country intended as guidelines for all work units in order to know and understand the procedures for carrying out the analysis of the workload.

Article 5 the benefits analysis of Workload among others for: a. Setup organizational structures;

b. material refinement of the system and work procedures;

c. the institutional means of performance enhancement;

d. preparation of a standard Workload or workload of the Office of the work Unit;

e. preparation of the formation of the employees;

f. determination of material structural position eselonisasi;
g. preparation of employee needs are real plans in accordance with the workload of the Organization;
h. consideration the transfer of employees from one Unit to another work Unit; i. consideration of promotion officers;

j. granting material reward and punishment against the work Unit; or k training program refinement. materials.

CHAPTER III OBJECTIVES and SCOPE Objectives the implementation of article 6 of the workload Analysis to obtain information about the efficiency of the work Unit or the Regent Office and its utilization in order to improve the quality of the State apparatus.

Article 7 (1) the scope of the execution of the workload Analysis include the following: a. the workload of the Office; and b. the workload of the Unit's work.
(2) the workload Units Work as intended in paragraph (1) letter b is the accumulation of the analysis of the workload of the Office.
CHAPTER IV BENCHMARK is considered part of the working days Effective article 8 (1) effective working days in a year is obtained from the difference between the number of days in a year with a number of rather than working days in a year.
(2) the number of days in a year as referred to in paragraph (1) as many as 365 (three hundred sixty-five) days.
(3) the amount is not a working day in a year as referred to in paragraph (1) as many as 130 (one hundred thirty) days with the following details: a. holiday Saturdays and Sundays in a year as many as 104 (one hundred four) days; b. the official national holiday in a year as many as fourteen (14) days; and c. the right of leave an employee in a year as many as 12 (twelve) days.
(4) working days effective in one year as referred to in paragraph (1) as much as 235 (two hundred and thirty-five) days.
The second part of effective working hours article 9 (1) hours of work Effectively in a week takes place during 37.5 (thirty-seven comma five) hours or equivalent to 2,250 (two thousand two hundred and fifty) minutes with details: a. Effective working hours for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday lasted for eight hours, thirty minutes from 07.30 until 16.00;
b. Effective working hours to Friday lasted for nine hours from 07.30 until 16.30;
c. Effective working hours referred to in subsection (1) letter a reduced breaks for an hour from 12:00 until 13:00;
d. Effective working hours referred to in subsection (1) letter b reduced break time during the one hour thirty minutes starting at 11:30 until 13:00.
(2) the effective working hours referred to in subsection (1) letter b is used to implement the activity today in the form of special sports starting at 07.30 until 09.30.
The third part of leisure article 10 (1) an employee may perform personal activities during working hours Effectively by making use of free time. (2) personal activities referred to in paragraph (1) are, among others: a. breakfast or snack done the longest 15 (fifteen) minutes;
b. time of refreshment such as internet browsing, chatting, social networking sites do most long 33 (thirty-three) minutes;
c. discussion conducted off the longest 15 (fifteen) minutes;
d. the worship done the longest 12 (twelve) minutes;
e. permit to the small room done most 10 (ten) minutes;
f. preparation time working among other parked vehicles, filling the timesheet, and turn on the computer do the longest 8 (eight) hours; and/or g. a short break because of a fatigued muscle pelemasan among others, read newspapers, watch television and conducted the longest-13 (thirteen) minutes.
(3) spare time referred to in subsection (1) may be used most old 106 (one hundred and six) hours in a day.
Article 11 (1) formulation of Leisure is a comparison between the free time with working hours Effectively multiplied by 100%.
(2) the allowed free time use of 23.56% (thirty-two comma fifty-six per cent) of working hours is effective.
The fourth part of productive working hours article 12 (1) of productive work hours is the difference between the Effective hours of work with time to spare.
(2) a productive working hours referred to in subsection (1) in one day equal to 344 (three hundred and forty-four) minutes.
(3) a productive working hours referred to in subsection (1) within one week equals 1,720 (one thousand seven hundred twenty) minutes.
(4) a productive working hours referred to in subsection (1) in a year is equal to 80,840 (eighty thousand eight hundred forty) minutes or equivalent to 1,347 (thousand three hundred forty-seven) hours.
(5) a productive working hours in one year referred to in subsection (4) is set to become the benchmark in the analysis of the workload.
Chapter V IMPLEMENTATION Article 13 Implementation of the workload Analysis is coordinated by the Bureau: Organization and governance.

Article 14 the analysis of Workload should be carried out each year by officials of the structural Echelon III or equivalent except for the Labor Inspectorate Unit by structurally Echelon IV officials.

Article 15 (1) of the workload Analysis Material covers all the activities of the Unit of work done in the previous year.
(2) the process of implementation of the activities of the work Unit as referred to in subsection (1) must be documented as of January until December.
Article 16 (1) the procedure for the execution of the workload Analysis include:


a. Analysts do the collection of materials Analysis Workload through questionnaires, interviews and/or direct observation;
b. Analysts prepare supporting materials analysis of the workload among others organizational structure and governance work, details the activities of the Organization, as well as operational standards and procedures; c. Enter the data Analysts work load obtained into: 1. form A1 when products based on norms of process stages; or 2. form A2 if the product based on the norm of the Ministry;
d. Analysts incorporate data Workload into the form A1 and A2 formulis to finish and no products are not recorded;
e. data entirely has been incorporated into the form A1 and A2 form is further processed and summarized by Analysts using form B;
f. processing quantitative data on the form B using a particular formulation automatically;
g. Analysts signed any forms A1 and A2 as well as form a form B completed;
h. processing of data on the form B form C1 to be transformed further by using certain formulations;
i. Analysts do the analysis and interpretation of data processing based on the results, as obtained on the form C1; j. Analysts filling out forms C2;
k. structural Echelon III officials or designated officials, conduct examination, assessment, verification and sign the results of the analysis and interpretation of data processing based on the results, as obtained on the form C1 and C2 form;
b. Analysts compile the results of the analysis and interpretation of data processing each work Unit Echelon III and incorporated in form D;
d. structural Echelon II officials doing the inspection, assessment, verification and signing a form D;
n. head of work Unit handed over the results of the analysis of the workload is accompanied by form A1, A2 form, form B, C1, C2 form form, and the form of the D Major to the Secretary in the form of print and softcopy in mid-January of the following year;
o. Main Secretary follow up the results of the analysis of the workload of the Unit of work for the wing section is compiled by organization and governance;
p. Analysts at the wing organization and governance draft Penitentiary assignment letter Password State about the results of the analysis of the workload of the Agency Password State;
q. the Main Secretary performs the inspection, assessment, verification and compilation of results and concepts conveyed a letter of assignment to the State Penitentiary Password;
r. Penitentiary State checks Password and sign the letter of determination of the results of the analysis of the workload of the Agency Password State.
(2) the conditions of form referred to in subsection (1) the letter c to the letter n is listed in Appendix I to Annex VI of the regulation the Agency Head Password of this country and is the part that is inseparable from the Rule of State Penitentiary Password.
CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS article 17 Regulations Penitentiary Password this country took effect on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Agency Head Password of this country with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on January 24, 2012 PENITENTIARY PASSWORD the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, DJOKO SETIADI Enacted in Jakarta on January 30, 2012 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN * not yet in the form of loose sheets fnFooter ();