Government Regulation Number 39 Of 2006

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 39 Tahun 2006

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 96, 2006 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4663) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 39 in 2006 about the PROCEDURES for CONTROL and EVALUATION of the IMPLEMENTATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, to implement the provisions of article 30 of Act No. 25 of 2004 about national development planning System needs to establish government regulation on the procedures for control and evaluation of the implementation of the development plan;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 2004, an additional State Gazette Number 4421);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the PROCEDURES for the CONTROL and EVALUATION of the IMPLEMENTATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. Control is a set of management activities that are intended to ensure that a program/activity that is carried out in accordance with the plan set out.
., ,2. Monitoring is an activity observed the development of the implementation plan, identify and anticipate the problems that arise and/or will arise for action can be taken as early as possible.
., ,3. Evaluation is a series of activities comparing the realization of input (input), output (output), and the results (outcomes) against plans and standards.
., ,4. Planning is a process to determine the appropriate future actions, by order of preference, taking into account the resources available.
., ,5. Medium-term development plan, hereinafter abbreviated RPJM, is a planning document for the period of 5 (five) years.
., ,6. Medium-term development plan of the Ministry/Agency, hereinafter called the Ministries/Agencies strategic plan (Renstra-KL) is a planning document ministries/Institutions for a period of 5 (five) years.
., ,7. The annual National development plan, henceforth the Government work plan (RKP), is the national planning document for the period of 1 (one) year.
., ,8. Annual development plans of Ministries/Agencies, hereinafter called the work plan of the Ministry/institution (Renja-KL) is a planning document ministries/Institutions for a period of 1 (one) year.
., ,9. Work plan and budget Ministries/Agencies, hereinafter called the RKA-KL, budgeting and planning is a document that contains the programs and activities of a State Ministry/Institution which is the elaboration of a plan of work and strategic plan for Government Ministries/institutions concerned in one financial year and the budget necessary to carry it out.
., .10. The program is an instrument of policy that contains one or more activities that are executed by government agencies/institutions to achieve the goals and objectives as well as to obtain the allocation of the budget, or community activities that are coordinated by government agencies.
.,, 11. The activity is part of the program which was carried out by one or several work units as part of the achievement of measurable goals on a program and consists of a set of actions the deployment resources either in the form of personnel (human resources), the capital goods including appliances and technology, funds, or a combination of some or all of the resource type as input (input) to produce output (output) in the form of goods/services.
., 12. The Institute is a nongovernmental organization of the Ministry of State and other agencies the budget users formed to carry out specific tasks based on the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 or other legislation.
., 13. The Minister is the leader of the Ministry of national development planning/national development Planning Agency Head.
.,, 14. Ministries is an organization in the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, led by the Minister to perform the duties of governance in a particular field.
., 15. The unit of Work Devices Area, hereinafter abbreviated SEGWAY is a unit of Work Device area which is responsible for the implementation of the tasks of Government in certain areas in the County, district, province or city.
.,,16. The head of the regional development planning board, hereinafter called the Chief of Bappeda is the head of the unit of Work Device area which is responsible for the execution of the duties and functions of the development planning in the area of province, County or city.
., General Agreement. The head of the unit of Work Devices Area, hereinafter called the head of the SEGWAY is the head of the unit of Work Device area which is responsible for the implementation of specific tasks and functions in the area of the province, County, or city.
., 18. Dekonsentrasi funds are funds that are derived from the STATE BUDGET that is exercised by the Governor as the representative of a Government that includes all of the receipts and expenditure in the framework of the implementation of the Dekonsentrasi, does not include the funds allocated to the vertical center of the agencies in the area.
.,, 19. Pembantuan is the Task of the Fund of funds derived from the STATE BUDGET administered by the area that includes all of the receipts and expenditure in the framework of the implementation of the task Pembantuan.
.,, 06. Efficiency is the degree of connection between the goods/services that are generated through a program/activity and the resources necessary to produce the goods/services as measured by the cost per unit of output (output).
.,,21. Effectiveness is a measure that indicates how far the programs/activities to achieve the expected results and benefits.
., .22. The benefit is a condition that is expected to be achieved when the output (output) can be solved timely, precise location, and right on target as well as functioning with optimal.
.,,23. The output (output) is goods or services generated by the activities undertaken to support the achievement of the goals and objectives of the programs and policies.
., .24. The results (outcomes) are all things that reflect the proper functioning of the outputs of activities in a single programme.
., .25. The reporting period is the end of the first quarter was March 31, the end of the second quarter was June 30, the end of the third quarter was 30 September of the fourth quarter, and the end is December 31.
CHAPTER II CONTROL of the IMPLEMENTATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN Part One General article 2, (1) the leadership of ministries/Institutions/SEGWAY controlling the implementation of the development plan in accordance with the tasks and authorities of each.
.,, (2) Control the implementation of programs and activities is the duties and functions that are attached to the respective Ministries/Agencies/SEGWAY.
.,, (3) leadership of the Ministries/Agencies performing control implementation Renja-TOS which include the implementation of programs and activities, as well as the type of shopping.
.,, (4) the Governor do control the implementation of dekonsentrasi and pembantuan which includes the implementation of programs and activities, as well as the type of shopping.
.,, (5) the Bupati/Walikota controlling implementation of pembantuan which include the implementation of programs and activities, as well as the type of shopping.
.,, (6) the procedures for controlling the implementation of the development plan in the form of activities other than dekonsentasi and pembantuan tasks performed by the head of the SEGWAY as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the legislation.
Chapter 3 Controlling the implementation of the development plan is intended to ensure the achievement of the development goals and objectives contained in the plan is done through monitoring and surveillance activities.

The second part of the monitoring of the implementation of the development plan Section 4.,, (1) the leadership of Ministries/Agencies doing monitoring implementation Renja-TOS which includes the implementation of programs and activities in accordance with its duties.
.,, (2) monitoring the implementation of Governor dekonsentrasi and pembantuan which includes the implementation of programs and activities in accordance with its duties.
.,, (3) the Bupati/Walikota monitoring implementation of pembantuan which include the implementation of programs and activities in accordance with its duties.
.,, (4) the head of the Provincial implementation monitoring SEGWAY dekonsentrasi which includes the implementation of programs and activities in accordance with its duties.
.,, (5) the head of a district/city SKPD monitoring implementation of pembantuan which include the implementation of programs and activities in accordance with its duties.
.,, (6) Monitoring the implementation of the programme and the activities referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (4) is carried out on the development of the realization of absorption of funds, realization of target output (output), and the obstacles faced.
.,, (7) the results of the monitoring referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (4), and subsection (5) are arranged in the form of quarterly reports.
Article 5, (1) the head of the County/City SKPD compile quarterly reports in the framework of implementation of pembantuan.
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted at least 5 (five) working days after the corresponding quarter ended to the Bupati/Walikota through Head Bappeda Kabupaten/Kota, and leadership of the Ministries/Agencies associated with copy to the head of the province's SEGWAY duty and its the same.
Section 6.,, (1) the head of the Bappeda Kabupaten/Kota compiling reports quarterly district/city SKPD quarterly reports by using the Kabupaten/Kota referred to in article 5 paragraph (2).
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Governor via the head of the Bappeda Province no later than 10 (ten) working days after the corresponding quarter ends.
Article 7

.,, (1) the head of the province's quarterly report compiled a SEGWAY in the framework of the implementation of the task dekonsentrasi.
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted at least 5 (five) working days after the corresponding quarter ended to the Governor via the head of the Bappeda province, and Minister/head of Agency concerned.
Article 8, (1) the Chief of Bappeda quarterly report Province Province by using report quarterly SEGWAY Province as referred to in article 7 paragraph (2) and report quarterly Kabupaten/Kota referred to in article 6 paragraph (2).
.,, (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted at least fourteen (14) working days after the corresponding quarter ended to:.,, a. Minister;

b. the Minister of finance; and c. the Minister of the Interior.
Article 9.,, (1) the head of the work units of the Ministry/Institution prepare and submit quarterly reports to the head of the Organizational Unit at the latest 5 (five) working days after the corresponding quarter ends;
.,, (2) the head of the Organizational Unit in the environment ministries/Agencies prepare and submit quarterly report based on quarterly report referred to in subsection (1) to the Minister/head of Agency at least 10 (ten) working days after the corresponding quarter ends.
.,, (3) the leadership of the Ministry/Institution Agency compiled report quarterly Ministries/Agencies by using quarterly report referred to in subsection (2), the quarterly reports SEGWAY Kabupaten/Kota in the framework of the implementation of the task pembantuan as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (2), the quarterly reports and the SEGWAY Province in the framework of implementation of dekonsentrasi referred to in article 7 paragraph (2).
.,, (4) a report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted at least fourteen (14) working days after the corresponding quarter ended to:.,, a. Minister;

b. the Minister of finance; and c. the Minister of State for Administrative Reform.
Article 10 the Minister convened a quarterly monitoring reports and analyze the ministries/Institutions as referred to in article 9 paragraph (4), and the quarterly report of the Bappeda Province as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) to assess the progress of the implementation of the plan and identify problems that require follow-up.

The third part of the supervision of the implementation of the development plan article 11 procedures for supervision of the implementation of the development plan conducted by the leadership of ministries/Institutions/SEGWAY referred to in article 3 is carried out in accordance with the legislation.

CHAPTER III EVALUATION of the IMPLEMENTATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN Part One General article 12.,, (1) Evaluation of the implementation of the RKP Renja-TOS and to assess the success of the implementation of a program/activity based indicators and performance targets specified in TOS-Renstra RPJM and nationwide.
.,, (2) Evaluation of the implementation of the national and Renstra RPJM-TOS to assess the efficiency, effectiveness, benefits, impact, and sustainability of a program.
.,, (3) the evaluation as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out on the basis of the resources used and the:.,, a. output performance indicators and targets for activities; and/or b. the target performance indicators and results for the program.
.,, (4) evaluation of the implementation of the medium-term development plan is done at least 1 (one) time and implemented at least one (1) year prior to the expiry of the period of the plan.
.,, (5) the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (4) is carried out on the basis of the resources used and the:.,, a. output performance indicators and targets for activities subject matter; and/or b. the target performance indicators and results for the program. (6) the evaluation is carried out in a systematic, objective, and transparent.

The second part of the evaluation of the implementation of Renja-TOS and RKP Article 13.,, (1) the leadership of Ministries/Agencies to evaluate the implementation of the previous period Renja-KL.
.,, (2) the evaluation as referred to in subsection (1) done to the achievement of the target resource use, performance targets and indicators outputs (output) for each activity.
.,, (3) the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (2) was used to assess the achievement of the indicators and targets results (outcomes).
.,, (4) the leadership of Ministries/Agencies report the results of the evaluation of the implementation of Renja-TOS to the Minister no later than 2 (two) months after fiscal year end.
Clause 14.,, (1) the Minister is doing an evaluation of the implementation of the previous report period RKP evaluation results implementation Renja-TOS as stipulated in paragraph (1).
.,, (2) the Minister is using the results of the evaluations referred to in paragraph RKP (1) to the preparation of the draft of the RKP for a period of 2 (two) years.
The third evaluation of the implementation of Renstra-TOS and National RPJM Article 15 (1) the leadership of Ministries/Agencies to evaluate the implementation of Renstra-KL.
.,, (2) the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) is made against the execution of programs in Renstra-KL.
.,, (3) the results of the evaluation as referred to in subsection (1) is delivered to the Minister no later than four (4) months prior to the RPJM National ends.
.,, (4) the Minister to evaluate the national evaluation results using RPJM Renstra-TOS as stipulated in paragraph (1) and the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the RKP national RPJM period running.
.,, (5) evaluation of the implementation of the National RPJM performed to evaluate the implementation of national development strategies, public policies, programmes and activities, as well as the macroeconomic framework as set out in document National RPJM period running.
Article 16 based on the results of the evaluation as referred to in article 15 paragraph (1) the leadership of Ministries/Agencies may submit proposed changes to the program to the Minister.

CHAPTER IV INFORMATION CONTROL and EVALUATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN article 17 ministries/Agencies provide information control and evaluation of the implementation of the plan required by the principals of development regarding the development of the implementation of the development plan in accordance with the legislation.

Chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Article 18-other ministries/agencies that undertake activities in the province/kebupaten/the city in addition to tasks/task dekonsentrasi pembantuan mandatory convey effluent quarterly report to the head of the region through the Chief of Bappeda where such activities are located.

Article 19 form and content of the quarterly report was compiled using the form contained in the annex to this Regulation, which is the part that is inseparable from government regulation.

Chapter V CLOSING PROVISIONS article 20 All legislation governing the procedures for control and evaluation of the implementation of existing development plans stated remains valid, as long as it does not conflict and/or have not been regulated based on government regulations.

Article 21 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with the determinations in State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on November 29, 2006 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on November 29, 2006 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, HAMID AWALUDIN RI STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY No. 4663 (explanation of the 2006 State Gazette Number 96) EXPLANATION of GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 39 in 2006 about the PROCEDURES for CONTROL and EVALUATION of the IMPLEMENTATION of the DEVELOPMENT PLAN i. General. , ,1. Background changes in social conditions, a very political and economic fundamentals are demanding need for comprehensive development planning system and leads to the realization of the transparency, accountability, democratization, decentralization, community participation, and that ultimately can ensure the utilization of allocated resources and the increasingly limited development funds become more efficient and effective and sustainable. One of the efforts to respond to the demands of systematically is the enactment of Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (SPPN).
.,,.,, in the new system, the stages of development planning consists of four (4) phases, namely: (1) the preparation of the plan; (2) the determination of the plan; (3) the control of the implementation of the plan; and (4) evaluation of the implementation of the plan. The activities of planning, execution, control and evaluation of the implementation of the plan is a part of management functions, which are interrelated and cannot be separated from each other. All four were complementary and each gave feedback and input to the other. The plan had been drawn up well, is meaningless if it is not enforceable. Each implementation plan will not run smoothly if not based upon good planning. In line with it, in order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource allocation, as well as increasing transparency and accountability of the management development programme, efforts need to control and evaluation of the implementation of the development plan.
.,, Social conditions change, economics and politics that are very fundamental demands the need for comprehensive development planning system and leads to the realization of the transparency, accountability, democratization, decentralization, community participation, and that ultimately can ensure the utilization of allocated resources and the increasingly limited development funds become more efficient and effective and sustainable. One of the efforts to respond to the demands of systematically is the enactment of Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (SPPN).

.,, In the new system, the stages of development planning consists of four (4) phases, namely: (1) the preparation of the plan; (2) the determination of the plan; (3) the control of the implementation of the plan; and (4) evaluation of the implementation of the plan. The activities of planning, execution, control and evaluation of the implementation of the plan is a part of management functions, which are interrelated and cannot be separated from each other. All four were complementary and each gave feedback and input to the other. The plan had been drawn up well, is meaningless if it is not enforceable. Each implementation plan will not run smoothly if not based upon good planning. In line with it, in order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource allocation, as well as increasing transparency and accountability of the management development programme, efforts need to control and evaluation of the implementation of the development plan.
., ,2. Control Control is done with the intent to be able to guarantee that the implementation of the development plan in accordance with the goals and objectives that have been set. Monitoring activities intended to observe the development of the implementation plan development; identify and anticipate the problems that arise and or will arise for action can be taken as early as possible.
.,,.,, follow-up activities or the operational measures taken based on the results of implementation and monitoring activities to ensure the implementation of activities in accordance with the reference and plans that have been established, such as among others; make corrections over the lapses of activity, the acceleration for the delay in implementation, or the lack of clarification on the implementation of the plan.
., ,3. Evaluation Evaluation is done with the intent to be able to know with certainty whether or not the achievement of results, progress and constraints encountered in the implementation of the development plan can be assessed and studied for improvements to the implementation of development plans in the future. The main focus is directed towards the evaluation of the outputs (outputs), results (outcomes), and impacts (impacts) of the implementation of the development plan. Therefore, in a transparent and accountable planning, should be accompanied by the preparation of performance indicators implementation plan, which at least include; (i) input indicators, output indicators (ii), and (iii) indicators of the results/benefits.
.,, In its implementation, evaluation activities can be done at various different stages, namely;
.,,.,, (i) the evaluation on the planning stages (ex-ante), the evaluation was conducted prior to the establishment of the development plan with the objective to select and determine the scale of priorities of the various alternatives and possible ways of achieving the objectives that had been formulated before;
.,, (ii) the evaluation on the Implementation Stage (on-going), the evaluation is done at the time of the execution of the development plan in order to determine the level of progress of implementation of the plan compared to a predetermined plan, and, (iii) the evaluation on post-Implementation Phase (ex-post) evaluation conducted after the implementation of the plan ends, directed to see whether the achievement (output/outcome/impact) program is able to address the issue of development who want to solve. This evaluation used to assess efficiency (outputs and results compared to the input), effectiveness (outcomes and impact on target) or benefits (impact on the needs) of a program.
., ,4. Reporting is one of the activities is very important in the development process. These activities are conducted to provide information fast, precise, and accurate to stakeholders as a basis of decision-making in accordance with condition that occurs as well as the determination of the relevant policy. In the implementation of the activity reporting is done on a regular basis and tiered.
.,,.,, (i) Periodically here in question is every 3 (three) months (quarterly), and 6 (six) months (semester) or annual.
.,, (ii) Whereas tiered intended is from one work unit bottom within an organization to the helm of the Organization, for example from responsible activities to responsible program and leadership program to responsible ministries/agencies. Tiered also contains the meaning of one level of Government to the higher levels of Government, for example from the kabupaten/kota to the province, and thereafter to the Central Government.
.,, In addition, the reporting should also be made to the community well done actively or passively. Reporting is actively purports to let each unit organization disseminating information to the public through print media/electronics. While passively reporting intended to every organization needs to develop the media dissemination of information through the site so that the information can be accessed by the public at large.
.,, To get the results can provide information to its full potential, it takes the form of adequate reporting format. Report format should be able to accommodate enough information relevant to know so as to provide adequate information or instructions to perform the corrective action or to formulate a planning period.

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, clear enough, clear enough, article 3, article 4, is clear enough, clear enough, article 5, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), if there is no SEGWAY in the province which has the tasks and authorities of the same or corresponding to a district/city SKPD then reports the implementation of the development plan does not need to be ditembuskan to the SEGWAY.

Article 6, article 7, is clear enough, clear enough, article 8, article 9, sufficiently clear., paragraph (1), the definition of "head of work Unit" is part of the organizational units of the Ministry/agency that carry out the activities of a program. Subsection (2), the definition of "head of the Organizational Unit" is an official in the Environment Ministry/agency responsible for the implementation of a program. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4), is quite clear, article 10, article 11, clear enough, clear enough, article 12, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), the definition of "evaluation of sustainability" should be able to answer the questions: a. What is happening with the program/activity after the activity is completed;

b. how the target group can perform the activity;

c. how the management job when funding programs/activities completed;

d. whether the program will continue, how to plan the funding issue.

The sustainability criteria include criteria: technical, managerial, social and financial.
.,, a. technical, whether technology and methods developed in the implementation of the programme was appropriate. Whether raw materials and necessary equipment can be held and maintained by the beneficiary (beneficiaries);
., managerial, b.: who is responsible for managing the results of the program have been completed;
.,, c. Social: what are the benefits of the program will continue to be accepted after the program is completed community; d. financial: how to cover the cost of operation and maintenance if the program execution is stopped. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5),, is quite clear. Subsection (6),, is a "systematic" is the process of implementation of the evaluation carried out in accordance with the order so that the results and recommendations can be accounted for;

The definition of "objective" is the result of the evaluation is not affected by the interest of implementing the activities and/or programs;

"Transparent" is the process of planning, implementation and accountability evaluation results should be known by the stakeholders (stakeholders).

Article 13, clause 14 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 15, article 16, clear enough, clear enough, article 17, Which referred to the "perpetrators" are those individuals, groups of people including customary law society or a legal entity with an interest in the activities and development results as good as the insurer charges, actors, beneficiaries, as well as the insurer's risk.

18. Article,, which conveys the effluent to the head Region is responsible for such activities.

Article 19, article 20 is quite clear, quite obviously, chapter 21,, pretty obvious Attachment ...