Regulation Of The Minister Of Foreign Affairs No. 9 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Luar Negeri Nomor 9 Tahun 2011

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bn666-2011 REGULATIONS the MINISTER of FOREIGN AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 09 in 2011 ABOUT the PROCUREMENT SERVICES UNIT of the MINISTRY of FOREIGN AFFAIRS ELECTRONICALLY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the FOREIGN MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to increase the efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, accountability, and healthy competition in the implementation of government procurement of goods/services, need to be implemented government-procurement of goods/services electronically in the Foreign Ministry of the environment and representative of the Republic of Indonesia; b. that to realize government-procurement of goods/services as referred to in letter a, needs to be assigned an independent service unit that serves as the executor in facilitating Procurement Service Unit/Procurement Officials on the process of procurement of goods/services the Government electronically in the Foreign Ministry of the environment and representative of the Republic of Indonesia; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set Rules about Secretary of State Units Service Procurement Electronically the Foreign Ministry; Remember: 1. Law number 11 Year 2008 of the information and electronic transactions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia No. 58 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4928); 2. Regulations of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 106 of 2007 about goods/services Procurement policy of the Government; 3. 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; 4. Presidential regulation Number 54 in 2010 about Government procurement of goods/services; 5. Regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs number 02/A/OT/VIII/2005/01 of 2005 about the Organization and the Work of the Department of External Affairs-www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-2 as amended last by regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs number 01/A/OT/I/2007/01 of 2007; 6. Regulation of Penitentiary policy of Government procurement of goods/service number 2 of 2010 about Procurement Services Electronically; 7. Regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the implementation of procurement Electronically in the Foreign Ministry of environment Republic of Indonesia Number Years decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of FOREIGN AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA CONCERNING the PROCUREMENT SERVICES UNIT ELECTRONICALLY Foreign Ministry. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 the first part of Understanding in the regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs it is: 1. Procurement Services Unit electronically hereafter LPSE Unit is the unit of work the Foreign Ministry set up to organize service system procurement of goods/services electronically. 2. the Procurement Services Unit hereafter ULP was a functioning Government organizational units carry out procurement of goods/services in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs which is permanent, it can stand alone or attached to existing units. 3. Procurement Officer is personnel who have Skills Certificate procurement of goods/services that carry out procurement of goods/services. 4. Goods/Services Provider is an individual or business entity that provides goods/construction works/services/consultancy services etc. 5. The user is all those who use the system of procurement of goods/services electronically. 6. the Procurement Services Unit Electronically Center the Unit hereafter LPSE Centre is based at LPSE Unit Agency Procurement Policies Government goods/services (LKPP). CHAPTER II ESTABLISHMENT of article 2 Unit LPSE at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia was formed based on the regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-3 – chapter III the POSITION of article 3 the Unit is implementing LPSE technical operations, led by the head of the Unit under LPSE and responsible to the head of communications. CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION article 4 (1) the Organization Unit LPSE consists of: a. Directors; b. the head; c. the Secretary; d. Administrative information systems; e. Field registration and verification; f. Field Service users; and g. the field training and socialization. (2) personnel LPSE must meet the requirements as follows: a. have the moral integrity, discipline and responsibility in carrying out the task; b. understand the whole work that is to be held; c. understand the type of work that the Task Manager LPSE concerned; and d. to understand the procedures of the system of government procurement of goods/services electronically. (3) the Organization Chart LPSE Unit as listed in the annex is a part that is inseparable from the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The first Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs LPSE article 5 (1) Unit LPSE has a duty to manage the system of government procurement of goods/services electronically in the Foreign Ministry of the environment and representative of the Republic of Indonesia. (2) for the task referred to subsection (1), the Unit LPSE functions: a. the exercise of drafting the program activity management of government procurement of goods/services electronically in the Foreign Ministry of the environment; b. implementation of the training/training to Procurement Officers and ULP/goods/Services Provider for the control system of government procurement of goods/services electronically; c. implementation of the service to the ULP/Procurement Officials and providers of goods/services in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; d. as a media provider information and consultation (helpdesk) serving the ULP/Procurement Officials and goods/services Providers with regard to the system of government procurement of goods/services electronically; e. as a provider of information and data relating to the goods/services procurement process has been done by users for the benefit of the process of www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-4-surveillance/audit carried out by the agencies that have authority for that and other appropriate agencies and regulations; f. implementation of the Administration Unit LPSE; and g. the implementation evaluation and reporting of the implementation tasks. The second part of the referring article 6 Directors have: a. foster and direct the work programme; b. provide policy directions for the implementation of activities; and c. to monitor and evaluate activities. The third part of the head Unit LPSE Chapter 7 Head Unit has a duty LPSE: a. lead the day-to-day operations of the Unit LPSE; b. provide technical direction towards the implementation of the activities of the Unit LPSE; and c. prepare and submit reports on the activities of the Unit LPSE to referrer. The fourth part Secretary of article 8 (1) the Secretary is a helper element that is under the leadership of and responsible to the head; (2) the Secretary has the task of carrying out the coordination, guidance and control of programs, activities, and resource administration in the neighborhood Unit LPSE; (3) in carrying out the tasks referred to paragraph (2), the Secretary organises functions: a. coordination activities in the neighborhood Unit LPSE; b. Organization of public admnistrasi management to support the smooth implementation of the duties and functions of the Unit LPSE; c. Organization of work relations in the field of administration with the institutions related; and d. implementation of other tasks given by the head of the Unit in accordance with LPSE tasks and functions. The fifth section of the field system administration Information article 9 Field Aministrasi information systems have the task of: a. setting up (set up) the technical devices of information systems (hardware); b. maintain the server Unit LPSE and other devices; c. addressing information system technical problem occurred; d. providing information and feedback to LPSE Center about the constraints of technical www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-5-which occurred in Unit LPSE; and e. carry out technical instructions from LPSE Center. The sixth field of Registration and verification of article 10 registration and Field Verification has the task of: a. handle user registration LPSE Units; b. verifying all information and documents as the user registration requirements Unit LPSE; c. approve and reject the application for registration of the user Units LPSE based on the results of verification; d. managing the archives and documents of the user Units LPSE; e. confirm the user Unit LPSE about consent and refusal of registration on the basis of the results of the verification; and f. convey information to users about the completeness of document LPSE Units required. The seventh part of the field of user services section 11 Field Service Users have the task of: a. providing consulting services regarding the procurement process electronically either via the internet, phone or present directly at the Unit LPSE; b. assist the registration process Users LPSE Units; c. answers questions about the facilities and features of the application LPSE; and d. handling complaints about Service Unit LPSE. The eighth section of the field training and socialization article 12 Field training and socialization has a duty: a. provide training to the user Unit LPSE; and b. answer questions related the procurement of goods and services electronically. Chapter V WORKING LAYOUT sections 13 (1) of the head Unit LPSE, Secretary, Chairman of the field, in performing its task is obliged to apply the principles of coordination, integration and synchronization of either vertically or horizontally in their respective environments as well as between units of work unit within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (2) the head of the Unit overseeing his mandatory LPSE each and if there are irregularities in order to take the necessary measures in accordance with the legislation in force. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


-6-(3) the head of the Unit in an environment component LPSE responsible to lead and coordinate each of his subordinates and provide guidance as well as instructions for the execution of the duties of subordinates. (4) the Chairman of a compulsory follow and comply with the instructions and responsible to the head of Unit LPSE and pass periodic reports on time. (5) a member of the field in charge of assisting the Chairman in carrying out its function Field as well as providing periodic reports. (6) every report received by the Chairman of the of the subordinates, mandatory processed and used as a basis for the preparation of the report and to give further instructions to subordinates. (7) In each report to superiors effluent reports mandatory delivered to other areas that are functionally have a working relationship. (8) in carrying out its duties the head Unit LPSE assisted by Chairman of the underneath and within the framework of the grant guidance to subordinates are each obligated to hold meetings regularly. (9) all of the items in the environmental Unit LPSE in doing their job is obliged to apply the principle of coordination, integration, and synchronization in either the environment or LPSE Units in relationship to other work units, and LPSE Center. (10) every leader is responsible to lead and coordinate their respective subordinates and provide direction and guidance for the implementation of a task to a subordinate. (11) every leader is obliged to follow and abide by the instructions and responsible to the supervisor as well as delivering periodic reports on time. (13) in carrying out the task, each direction of obligatory coaching and supervision towards his subordinates. CHAPTER VI APPOINTMENT and DISMISSAL in HIS Article 2 composition of the personnel Unit LPSE appointed and dismissed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs over a proposal from the Bureau of Personnel appropriate conditions. CHAPTER VII BUDGET Article 15 the entire costs associated with the implementation of the activities of the Unit charged to the budget of the Secretariat LPSE General. CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER article 16 of this regulation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs came into force from the date of promulgation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-7-so that everyone knows it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Secretary of State this with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on October 25, 2011 MINISTER of FOREIGN AFFAIRS, R.M. MARTY m. NATALEGAWA Enacted in Jakarta on October 28, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN REPUBLIC INDONESIA in 2011 the NUMBER 666 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id-8-APPENDIX a REGULATION of the MINISTER of FOREIGN AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number: date: LPSE ORGANIZATION CHART MINISTER of FOREIGN AFFAIRS RI , R.M. MARTY m. NATALEGAWA STEERING the SECRETARIAT ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION SYSTEM in the FIELD of REGISTRATION and VERIFICATION of FIELD SERVICE USER FIELD TRAINING and SOCIALIZATION of the HEAD www.djpp.depkumham.go.id