Regulation Of The Minister Of Finance Number 248/fmd. 06/2011 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Keuangan Nomor 248/PMK.06/2011 Tahun 2011

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Microsoft Word-bn937-2011 REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 937, 2011 MINISTRY of FINANCE. Standard goods and necessities. BMN. Ground. Building. REGULATION of the MINISTER of FINANCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 248/FMD. 06/2011 ABOUT the STANDARDS of GOODS and FREIGHT NEEDS STANDARD STATE-OWNED LAND and/or BUILDINGS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of FINANCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order the achievement of greater efficiency and effectiveness of the management of State-owned land in the form of Goods and/or building required a planning needs good and accountable; b. that in order to realize the necessity of good planning and accountability as mentioned in the letter a, the need for standardized goods and standard requirements; c. that in accordance with article 9 paragraph (3) the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the country/Region as amended by government regulation Number 38 in 2008, the standard of goods and standard requirements as mentioned in subparagraph b established by the Minister of finance as the provider of the goods; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and need to set the rules of Finance Ministers about the Standards of goods and Freight Needs Standard State-owned Land and/or Buildings; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 937 2 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. 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 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4855); 4. Presidential regulation Number 54 in 2010 about Government procurement of goods/services; 5. Presidential regulation Number 73 in 2011 about the construction of the Building of the State; 6. Presidential Decree Number 56/P in 2010; Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of FINANCE ABOUT The STANDARDS Of GOODS And FREIGHT NEEDS STANDARD STATE-OWNED LAND And/or Buildings. Article 1 In regulation of the Minister of finance it is: 1. State-owned Goods, hereinafter abbreviated BMN, is all goods bought or obtained over the burden of State income and Expenditure Budget (BUDGET) or derived from other legitimate earnings. 2. The provider of the Goods is an authorized officer and responsible for setting the policies and guidelines and make the management of BMN. 3. The user of the goods is the official holder of authority the use of BMN. 4. Power user stuff is work unit head or officer designated by the user of the goods for the use of goods that are in control with his best. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 9373 5. The Ministry of State, the ministries, hereinafter referred to as the Government's wing is a particular problem in the Government; 6. The Institute is a non-profit Ministry agencies and other establishments to budget users formed to carry out specific tasks based on the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 or other legislation. 7. Goods are goods that are specified as specification of reference procurement BMN calculation in the planning needs of the ministries/agencies. 8. The standard of necessity is the unit of the number of items that are needed as a reference for the calculation of the procurement and use of BMN in planning needs of ministries/agencies. 9. Building the State is building for the purposes of the service being held by BMN financing sources originating from the Fund Budget revenue and Expenditure of the State (STATE BUDGET), or other legitimate earnings. Article 2 the standard of goods and Standard Needs BMN is land and/or buildings serve as a guideline for User: a. goods/power user stuff in order to draw up Planning Needs in the form of procurement BMN is land and/or buildings; and b. the Manager Item in researching the planning needs of BMN in the form of procurement of land and/or buildings compiled by the user of the goods/power user stuff. Chapter 3 Standards of goods and Standard Requirements as referred to in article 2 include: a. wide maximum and minimum land; b. the maximum breadth of the building; c. the number of floors of the building. Article 4 (1) the procurement referred to in article 2 include the following: a. the land purchase funds comes from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues (NATIONAL BUDGET); b. new building construction or renovation/restoration that turns the building using Fund Budget revenue and Expenditure of the State (STATE BUDGET); www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 937 4 c. acquisition of land and/or buildings is through the mechanism of rent, borrow, get up to the transfers (BGS), wake up to the transfers (BSG), and Exchange. (2) the ground referred to in subsection (1) letter a and c is the letter of the land earmarked for the Building of the country. (3) the building referred to in subsection (1) letter b and the letter c was the Building of the country. (4) the Building of the State referred to in paragraph (3) are grouped into: a. Office building; b. home country; and c. other special buildings. (5) the Building of the State referred to in paragraph (3) are classified based on: a. the level of complexity; and b. the user. Article 5 (1) the standard of goods and Standard Requirements as referred to in article 3 set out in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of finance. (2) the classification of buildings as referred to in article 4 paragraph (5) set out in annex II which are part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of Finance of this article 6 at the time of this Minister of finance Regulations took effect, BMN is land and/or buildings that have been there can still be used in accordance with the allocation. Article 7 application of Standard goods and Standard Requirements for procurement of BMN is land and/or buildings that are set in the regulation of the Minister of finance is done basing on the regulation of the Minister of finance regarding planning needs of BMN. Article 8 regulations of the Ministry of Finance began to take effect on the date of promulgation. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 9375 to let everyone know, ordered the enactment of these Regulations the Minister of finance with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on 28 December 2011 the INDONESIAN FINANCE MINISTER AGUS MARTOWARDOJO D.W., Enacted in Jakarta on December 28, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 937 6 standard a STANDARD FREIGHT NEEDS of GOODS and STATE-OWNED LAND and/or BUILDINGS i. a. OFFICE BUILDING Building Height Standards 1. The height of the building is set as follows: a. Office building Type A and type B high most 20 (twenty) floor; b. Office building Type C and Type D on the highest floor of 8 (eight); c. Office building Type E1 on the highest floor 4 (four); and d. E2 Type office building on the highest floor of 2 (two). 2. Building Office buildings can be planned more than the height referred to in number 1, provided: a. proposed by Minister/leadership of the institutions related to the technical and economical reasons include development; and b. the approval of the Minister of finance. 3. technical building Planning Office building proposed for construction of more than 8 (eight) the floor is subject to approval from the Minister responsible in the field of public works over the proposal of the Minister/Leader of the institution. 4. In terms of regulation of the area where the building office buildings stand set the maximum height of the building is lower than the maximum height as outlined in Figure 1, then the maximum height of the building in question in order to be adapted to the conditions in the regulations of the area. B. Standard Unit Needs the maximum amount of Office buildings can have arranged as follows. 1. Building A type A a. number of office buildings is essentially unlimited, but attempted to meet the principles of efficiency and effectiveness of land use; b. the amount of the overall floor area of the building corresponds to the gross floor area; c. type A Building can have a building that has an area that serves special needs to support the activities of the Office and in accordance with the tasks and functions, such as a meeting with reference to the provisions of the laws-invitation. ANNEX I of the REGULATION of the MINISTER of FINANCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 248/FMD. 06/2011 ABOUT the STANDARDS of GOODS and FREIGHT NEEDS STANDARD STATE-OWNED LAND and/or BUILDINGS www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011, no. 9377 2. Building type B a. number of office buildings is essentially unlimited, but attempted to meet the principles of efficiency and effectiveness of land use; b. the amount of the overall floor area of the building corresponds to the gross floor area; c. Building type B can have specific functional building support offices and in accordance with the duties and functions such as a meeting with broad based with the total number of employees that is on the user of the goods. 3. Building Type C a. number of office buildings is essentially unlimited, but attempted to meet the principles of efficiency and effectiveness of land use; b. the amount of the overall floor area of the building corresponds to the gross floor area. 4. Building Type D a. number of office buildings is essentially unlimited, but attempted to meet the principles of efficiency and effectiveness of land use; b. Office for the Directorate can have a separate building if the needs of the gross floor area of over 1,000 m2 (thousand square metres). 5. Building the type of E1 and E2 are building a maximum number of 1 (one) for each unit. C. standard of building area 1. The building was made standard for the purposes of planning needs is the gross building area. 2. the gross building area is the total area of the room in the building, including the part that can not be diutilisasi. Gross building area is obtained from the calculation of the net building area plus a building area that can not be diutilisasi. Gross building area can be calculated with the following formula: Description: Lbb = gross building area Ibn NET building area = Lu = building which could not be diutilisasi: 0.10 to 0.15 to building simple low-rise building high-rise buildings to 0.20 www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 937 8 3. NET building area is the number of total area of the room in the building that can be diutilisasi. 4. the net building area is calculated from the standard rooms, spacious multiplied by the number of employees of the formation. NET building area can be calculated with the following formula: Description: Sr = Standard spacious room P = number of employees = Lf Extensive formations of space facilities d. Standard land area 1. Standard land area land area of restriction is required by the User of the goods/power user Stuff to build buildings, along with its supporting facilities in the framework of the Organization of the duties and functions of the Users of the goods/power user stuff. 2. minimum standard of spacious ground floor area is the result of the calculation base Coefficient divided by the base (KDB) prevailing in the local area with the remains of General Spatial Plan taking notice (RUTR). 3. the maximum ground broad Standard is the result of the calculation of the five times the size of the ground floor of the building is shared with the coefficient of the base (KDB) prevailing in the local area with the remains of General Spatial Plan taking notice (RUTR). E. Standard Spacious Standard spacious Workspace workspace is used as a reference to determine the amount of the total area of the room that will be the net wide building. Standard spacious work space is set as follows. 1. Space Spacious workspace High Officials of high officials is governed more by the provider of the Goods having regard to the duties and functions of high officials concerned. 2. The space Minister level Total area space is assigned a maximum 468 m2 (four hundred and sixty eight square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 60 m2 (sixty square meters) b. Breadth living room: 60 m2 (sixty square meters) Wide c. Large Meeting Space: 160 m2 (one hundred sixty square meters) www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, n. 9379 d Wide Small meeting room. : 40 m2 (forty square meters) Wide e. Waiting room: 70 m2 (seventy square meters) f. Wide break room: 20 m2 (twenty square meters) Wide g. Toilet Room: 10 m2 (ten square meters) Wide Space h. Secretary: 48 m2 (forty-eight square meters) assuming a 6 (six) persons staffing the Secretariat 3. Space Deputy Minister level and the Total area of the space specified maximum 305 m2 (three hundred five square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 40 m² (forty square metres) b. Breadth: living room of 30 m² (thirty square meter) Wide c. Large meeting room: 120 m² (one hundred and twenty square meters) d. Broad Small meeting room: 40 m² (forty square meters) Spacious waiting room e. : 30 m² (thirty square meter) f. Spacious break room: 15 m² (fifteen square meters) Wide g. Washroom: 6 m² (six square metre) Wide Space h. Secretary: 24 m² (twenty-four square meters) with assumption four (4) persons staffing the Secretariat 4. Space Officials Echelon I and level which is the head office Total area space is assigned a maximum of 285 m2 (two hundred eighty-five square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 40 m2 (forty square metres) b. Breadth living room: 30 m2 (thirty square meter) Wide c. Large meeting room: 120 m2 (one hundred and twenty square meters) d. Broad Small meeting room : 30 m2 (thirty square meter) e. Broad waiting room: 20 m2 (twenty square meters) f. Wide break room: 15 m2 (fifteen square meters) Wide g. Toilet Room: 6 m2 (six square metre) Wide Space h. Secretary: 24 m2 (twenty-four square meters) with assumption four (4) persons staffing the Secretariat 5. A space Echelon I and level that is neither a head office Total area space is assigned a maximum of 70 m2 (seventy square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 25 m2 (twenty-five square meters) b. Breadth living room: 12 m2 (twelve square meters) www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 937 10 c. Extensive meeting room: 9 m2 (nine-square-meter) Spacious Lounge d. : 6 m2 (six square metre) Wide e. Break room: 6 m2 (six square metre) f. Wide Washroom: 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Wide g. Secretary Room: 8 m2 (eight square meters) assuming the 2 (two) Secretariat staff 6. The IIa Echelon space not as a head office Total area space is assigned a maximum of 133 m2 (one hundred and thirty-three square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 20 m2 (twenty square metres) b. Broad living room: 12 m2 (twelve square metre) Wide c. Large Conference Room: 60 m2 (forty square meters) d. Broad Small meeting room : 14 m2 (fourteen square meters) Wide e. Waiting room: 9 m2 (nine-square-meter) f. Wide break room: 6 m2 (six square metre) Wide g. Toilet Room: 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Wide Space h. Secretary: 8 m2 (eight square meters) assuming the 2 (two) persons staffing the Secretariat 7. A space Echelon IIa as head office Total area space is assigned a maximum 174 m2 (one hundred seventy-four square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 20 m2 (twenty square metres) b. Extensive living room: 16 m2 (sixteen square metres) Wide c. Large meeting room: 80 m2 (eighty square metres) Wide d. Small meeting room: 20 m2 (twenty square meters) Spacious waiting room e. : 16 m2 (sixteen square metres) f. Spacious break room: 10 m2 (ten square meters) Wide g. Toilet Room: 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Wide Space h. Secretary: 8 m2 (eight square meters) assuming the 2 (two) Secretariat staff 8. A space Echelon IIb Total area space is assigned a maximum of 36 m2 (thirty-six square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 12 sqm (twelve square metres) b. Broad living room: 6 m2 (six square metre) c. Extensive Conference Room: 6 m2 (six square metre) d. Extensive waiting room: 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Wide Washroom e. : 4 m2 (four square meters) www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 93711 f. Broad Spaces Secretary: 4 m2 (four square meters) with the assumption of 1 (one) person Secretariat staff 9. Echelon III space not as a head office Total area space is assigned a maximum of 9 m2 (twenty-one square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 12 sqm (twelve square metres) b. Broad living room: 3 m2 (square metres) of c. Broad meeting room: 6 m² (six square metre) 10. Echelon III as head of the space Office of the Total area of the space is assigned a maximum of 74 m2 (seventy-four square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work space: 15 m2 (sixteen square metres) b. Wide living room: 9 m2 (nine-square-meter) Wide c. meeting room: 35 m2 (thirty-five square meters) d. Extensive waiting room: 6 m2 (six square metre) Wide Washroom e. : 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Space, spacious f. Secretary: 4 m2 (four square meters) with the assumption of 1 (one) person of the staff of the Secretariat. A space Echelon IV as head office Total area space is assigned a maximum of 26 m2 (twenty-six square meters), with examples of the application of the following: a. Spacious work room: 9 m2 (nine square metres) b. Breadth living room: 4 m2 (four-square-meter) Wide c. meeting room: 9 m2 (nine-square-meter) Wide Washroom d.: 4 m2 (four square meters) 12. A space Echelon IV who is not the head of the Office/functional-level Echelon IV officials Wide working space: 9 m2 (nine-square-meter) 13th. Managing Workspace/functional class III officials down the Vast Spaces of work: 5 m2 (five square meters) 2. Ancillary spaces a. Spaces Archives: 0.4 m2 (zero coma four square meters)/jumlah staff b. Functional Room: 4 m2 (four square meters) x 20% (twenty percent) of the total number of the staff of the book is the space that can be used according to the needs of the ministries/institutions concerned, including studio, computer room operator, a small mosque and a warehouse. c. Toilet: 5 m2 (five square meters)/25 (twenty five) employees www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011, no. 937 12 d. Server space: 0.2 m2 (zero comma two square meters) x 10% (ten percent) of the number of staff that served, at least 2 m2 (two square meters) e. Lobby/other facilities: 20 m2 (twenty square meters)/1,000 m2 (thousand square metres) wide net f. service room: for special service Office 1) > 100 visitors/day: 80 m2 (eighty square metres) 2) 25-100 visitors/day : 50 sqm (fifty meters square) 3 25 visitors)

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