Regulation Of The Minister Of Tourism And Creative Economy Number Pm 63/001/um Mpek/2013 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif Nomor PM.63/UM.001/MPEK/2013 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1279, 2013 the MINISTRY of PARIWISATADAN the CREATIVE ECONOMY. Information. The documentation. The management. Repeal.

MINISTERIAL REGULATION PARIWISATADAN CREATIVE ECONOMY the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PM 63/001/UM MPEK/2013 ABOUT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT and DOCUMENTATION in an ENVIRONMENT of CREATIVE ECONOMY and TOURISM MINISTRY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY PARIWISATADAN CREATIVE ECONOMY MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that with any change of the Organization of the Ministry as well as to realize the management of the information and documentation that is quick, precise, lightweight and simple cost in order to optimize the supervision of the public against the conduct of the Affairs of Government in the field of tourism and the Creative Economy , the need to review the regulation of the Minister of culture and tourism Numbers pm. UM 67/001/MKP/2011 information and documentation about the management in the environment of the Ministry of culture and tourism;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of tourism and Creative economy is about information management and documentation at the Environment Ministry of tourism and the Creative Economy;
Remember: 1. Act No. 14 of 2008 about the openness of public information (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 61 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4846);
2. Act No. 10 of 2009 about Tourism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 11 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5141);
3. Act No. 33 of 2009 about Cinema (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 141 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5060);
4. Government Regulation Number 61 in 2010 on the implementation of Act No. 14 of 2008 about the openness of public information (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 99 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5149);
5. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries as amended last presidential regulation Number 55 by 2013;
6. 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 as amended last presidential regulation Number 56 by 2013;
7. Regulation of the Minister of tourism and Creative Economy Number am. 07/001/HK MPEK/2012 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of tourism and the Creative Economy;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of TOURISM and CREATIVE ECONOMY is ABOUT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT and DOCUMENTATION at the ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY of TOURISM and the CREATIVE ECONOMY.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. information is information, statements, ideas, and signs containing the value, significance, and messages, good data, facts or details that can be seen, heard, and read, presented in a variety of formats and packaging in accordance with the development of information technology and communication electronically or nonelektronik.
2. Public information is information generated, stored, managed, delivered, and/or accepted by the Ministry of tourism and Creative Economy relating to the conduct of the Affairs of Government and the organizers in the field of tourism and Creative Economy.
3. A public body is an Executive, legislative, judiciary, and other body functions and substantially the duties relating to the conduct of the State, that some or all of their funds from the budget of the State expenditures and revenues and/or budget revenues and shopping districts, or non-governmental organizations along part or all of their funds from the budget of the State expenditures and revenues and/or budget revenue and spending areas , community contributions, and/or abroad.
4. Public Information Dispute is a dispute between a public body and users of the public information with regard to the rights to acquire and use information in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
5. The document is data, records and/or description made and/or received by the Ministry of tourism and the Creative Economy in the framework of the implementation of its activities, both written on paper or other means or recorded in any form, which can be seen, read or heard.
6. Documentation is an activity data storage, notes and/or description made and/or received by the Ministry of tourism and Creative Economy.
7. Processing is the process or way of rework or deed information.
8. Packaging is the process or how to package the information or conduct.
9. The provision is a process or way or deeds provide information.
10. Classification/Categorization is a grouping of information and documentation to systematically based on basic tasks and functions of the Organization as well as the categories of information.
11. Accountability is the embodiment of the obligation of each unit of work in the Ministry of tourism and Creative Economy for accountable management of resources and the implementation of policies that are entrusted to him in the framework of the achievement of the objectives that have been established through media accountability in the form of performance accountability reports periodically.
12. The identification is the determination or the determination of the identity of a person or thing.
13. An inventory of data collection or registration is about policy, the activities, the results achieved.
14. lnformasi-is the ease of access that is granted to a person or community to obtain public information is needed.
15. Information management is the process or how to manage the information or conduct of the process of planning, organizing, implementing, and monitoring services.
16. Information Service is a service provided by the Ministry of tourism and the Creative Economy to the general user information.
17. Security of information is a process or way or conduct secure information.
18. Handling and dispute resolution information is the process or way or deeds of the handle and resolve disputes or disagreements in the service of process information.  Document management is the process of reception, preparation, storage, maintenance, use and presentation of documents systematically.
20. Documenting information is data storage and information activities, notes and/or description made and/or received by the unit of work in an environment of Creative Economy and Tourism Ministry to help officials of the provider of the information and documentation in the service request information.
21. public information Provider is a public communication centre and Implementing Technical Unit Ministry of tourism and the Creative Economy that provide public services in the environment of the Ministry of tourism And the Creative Economy.
22. Official Information and documentation Manager hereinafter referred to as the PPID is the responsible officials in the field of storage, documentation, provision of, and/or in the information service of the Ministry of tourism and Creative Economy.
23. Officials of the Functional Managers the information and Documentation which is hereinafter referred to as PFPID is a functional officials designated to assist in carrying out duties and PPID function management and public information service in the environment of the working unit of Echelon II according to your needs.
24. Public information, Users are people who use public information as set forth in Act No. 14 of 2008 about the openness of public information.
25. Public information, Applicants are citizens and/or legal entity Indonesia who request public information as set forth in Act No. 14 of 2008 about the openness of public information.
26. The Ministry is a Ministry of tourism and Economic Affairs: creative.
27. the Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of tourism and creative economy.
CHAPTER II FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES, objectives and PENGELOLAANINFORMASI of article 2 (1) every public information are open and can be accessed by every user of public information.
(2) public information are excluded are strict and limited.
(3) any public information must be obtained each Applicant of Public Information quickly and on time, cost, and simple way.
(4) the public information which is excluded is confidential in accordance with the law, decency, and common interests are based on testing of the consequences arising if a information given to the public as well as after carefully considered that shut down public information can protect a larger importance than open it or vice versa.
Article 3 the management of information and documentation in the Environment Ministry aims at that: a. each work unit is able to provide, collect, classify the information about the activities and products of the unit it works accurately, quickly and on time; and b.  The PPID is capable of documenting and providing information and documentation services in a quick and precise waktubiaya lightweight and simple.
Article 4 principles of information management in the environment of the Ministry include the following: a. information provided by means of easy, quick, timely and simple;
b. information management is implemented through a single door; and c.  the presentation of the information provided to the applicant, in accordance with the jenisdan format available.
CHAPTER III SCOPE Pasal5 scope management of information and documentation in the environment of the Ministry include:

a. information management classification/categorization;
b. the collection and documentation of information;
c. information service;
d. rights and obligations of the applicant and information provider;
e. Organization of management of information and documentation;
f. dispute resolution information; and g.  reporting.
CHAPTER IV INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CLASSIFICATION CATEGORIZATION Part One General article 6 public information on the Environment Ministry are divided into two categories as follows: a. the information be public; and b.  information excluded.
The second part of the information be public article 7 (1) the information is grouped by subject are public information in accordance with the duties, functions, and activities of each unit of work.
(2) the classification of the information be public as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. public information that must be provided and announced periodically;
b. public information must necessarily be promulgated; and c.  public information that must be available at all times at the Ministry.
Article 8 (1) is public information that must be provided and posted periodically as stipulated in article 7 paragraph (2) letter a include the following: a. General information relating to the Ministry;
b. the work plan of the Ministry;
c. the financial statements of the Ministry which has been audited by the financial BadanPemeriksa;
d. report of the State-owned goods that are managed by the Ministry which has been audited by the Financial Examiner;
e. report of the performance accountability of the Ministry; and f.  Creative Economy and tourism statistics.
(2) the collection of public information referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the Directorate General Secretary, Secretary of the Inspectorate-General, and the Secretary of the Agency in the Ministry of environment.
(3) the collection of public information as referred to in paragraph (2) coordinate with the Bureau Chief and head of the Center has authority appropriate tasks and functions in the management of the information that must be provided and announced periodically.
Article 9 public information must necessarily be promulgated as referred to in article 7 paragraph (1) letter b, i.e., information that could threaten his life crowds and public order.

Article 10 public information that must be available at all times at the Ministry referred to in article 7 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. legislation and policy in the field of tourism and Creative Economy among other things: 1. Law;
2. Government regulations;
3. Regulation of the President;
4. The decision of the President;
5. Regulation of the Minister;
6. The decision of the Minister;
7. Instructions of the Minister;
8. the memorandum of understanding (the Memorandum of Understanding/MoU); and 9.  The guidelines.
b. the planning of tourism development and the Creative Economy, among others: 1. The strategic plan of the Ministry;
2. A National Tourism Development master plan;
4. Checklist for preparing the Budget;
5. the work plan and budget ministries/agencies.
6. the agreement of the Ministry with third parties;
7. procurement of goods and services in the Environment Ministry;
8. information and policy delivered public officials in a meeting open to the public;
9. an employee of the Ministry work procedures relating to community service;
10. report on the public's access to information services;
11. the procedures for the registration of tourism;
12. the procedures for permitting and registration areas of Film;
13. the results of research and development;
14. the results of education and training;
15. the results of foreign cooperation;
16. standardization and certification in the field of tourism; and 17.  procurement of prospective civil servants.
The third section the information Excluded article 11 types of information that are exempt or confidential include: a. information and data that is still in the process of processing and settlement;
b. research results that are in the process of protection of intellectual property rights;
c. letters, notes, service and the disposition in the Environment Ministry which by their nature should be kept secret;
d. the examination with a particular purpose; and e.  information pertaining to the personal rights of employees of the Ministry.
Chapter V the COLLECTION and DOCUMENTATION of INFORMATION collection of information is considered Part of article 12 (1) information collection Activities performed by each unit of work in the Environment Ministry.
(2) collection of the information referred to in subsection (1) is: a. the activity of gathering together the activities that have been danakan, is being implemented by each unit of work;
b. information relevant to the duties and functions of each unit of work; and c.  the information collected from the officials in the form of archives, either static or dynamic.
(3) collection of information conducted by the unit of work referred to in subsection (1) is implemented with the following stages: a. logging activities carried out by the unit of work;
b. logging information and documents produced; and c.  making a list of the kinds of information and documents.
(4) the officials referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is the responsible officials in the performance of duties and functions on a unit of work.
(5) archives and records referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is the archives associated with execution of the tasks and functions of the concerned work units.
Article 13 (1) the information and documentation unit of work submitted to the PPID in the form of data points (data query) and quality.
(2) the flow and the mechanism of information in order to process information collection as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
The second part of documenting Information Article 14 stages in the documenting of information include: a. describing the information made by any unit of work in the form of a summary for each type of information;
b. pemverifikasian Information in accordance with the type of activities;
c. pengotentifikasian information that is made to ensure the authenticity of the information through the validation of information by each unit of work;
d. granting code information is done to facilitate information search is needed through the encoding methods specified by each work unit includes: 1) classification codes arranged and determined using a combination of letters and numbers;
2-letter codes) used to give the primary group identifier or function; and 3 two-digit numeric code) to give a tertiary group identifier or activities.
e. penataaan and storage of the information is done by leveraging information technology.
CHAPTER VI INFORMATION SERVICE of Article 15 (1) information service is divided into two activities based on the classification of information are public and are excluded.
(2) the nature of the information service of the public referred to in article 7 paragraph (2) could be announced through various forms of media.
Article 16 (1) a request for information that must be available at all times as stipulated in article 7 paragraph (2) Letter charus is provided by the Ministry.
(2) a request for information that must be available at all times is done at application: a. in writing; and b.  are not written.
(3) a request for information referred to in subsection (2) submitted by the applicant for public information to the PPID.
Article 17 (1) a request for information in writing as referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) letter a note in the information request form by PPID in the interest of orderly administration that consists of: a. a form number;
b. name of applicant information;
c. the applicant's address and phone number information by attaching photo ID;
d. a subject and a description of the information requested;
e. reasons requests for information;
f. user name information;
g. user's address and phone number information by attaching photo ID;
h. reason for use of information;
i. format and way of delivery;
j. the names and signatures of the PPID;
k. date receipt of application information; and I.  the CAP Ministry.
(2) the PPID as referred to in paragraph (1) provides proof of application for information in the form of a registration number to the applicant public information after logging information request form.
Article 18 (1) requests for information are not written as stipulated in article 16 paragraph (2) letter b Note in the information request form by PPID in the interest of orderly admlnistrasi consisting of: a. the number forms;
b. name of applicant information;
c. the applicant's address and phone number information;
d. a subject and a description of the information requested;
e. reasons requests for information;
f. user name information;
g. user's address and phone number information and photocopy of ID CARD;
h. reason for use of information;
i. the name and signature of the PPID;
j. date of receipt of the application for information; and k.  the CAP Ministry.
(2) compulsory information service Officer confirm to the applicant information regarding the truth of the data of the applicant and user information.
(3) if at the time of confirmation of applicant data discrepancy found is done and the user then the officer information services reserves the right to not serve requests for information.
Article 19 (1) mandatory PPID respond to requests of information through written notice or notices have not been written at the latest within a period of 10 (ten) working days since the application was received.
(2) the notice referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. a request for information is received;
b. a request for information is refused; and

c. extension of application time of notifications received or rejected.
(3) when the PPID in response to a request for information referred to in paragraph (1) requires extra time, PPID must notify, in writing, request information can be accepted or rejected at least 7 (seven) working days since the first response is given.
(4) When a request for information referred to in subsection (3) is received, in the notification letter noted: a. the information material provided;
b. format of the information;
c. soft copy or data is written; and d.  the fee is needed.
5) When a request for information referred to in subsection (3) is refused, in the notice the reason for denial specified in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(6) If a request for information is denied as referred to in subsection (5), an applicant may file an objection to information the Secretary General of the Ministry's Information Centre, the Commission, the Court of The State and the Supreme Court as a last effort.
Article 20 Information Services is a Groove in the Environment Ministry as listed in annex II which are part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER VII RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of the APPLICANT and INFORMATION PROVIDER is considered part of the rights and obligations of the applicant Information Section 21 (1) the applicant's Rights Information includes the following: a. obtain information in accordance with the provisions in force;
b. obtain clarification in case of differences the data and information provided by the data provider information; and c.  receive an explanation if the petition is denied.
(2) the obligation of Applicant information include: a. information request form;
b. provide a description of the applicant's identity, the information requested and the purpose of their use;
c. use the information requested in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
d. specify the source from which it obtains data and information, when used for the purposes of publication in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; and e.  signed affidavit that the information requested is not for purposes that violate the law.
The second part of the rights and obligations of the provider Information section 22 (1) the right to information providers include the following: a. refuse to provide information in accordance with the provisions of legislation;
b. refused the application for information including the excluded;
c. explain to the applicant the information regarding the purpose of use of information requested by the applicant; and d.  do legal demands in the petition for misusing information provided.
(2) the obligations of the information provider include the following: a. records every petition and make a recap at regular intervals;
b. build and develop a management system of information and documentation;
c. provide the answer to petition for information;
d. provide clarification to the applicant if there is a difference in the information provided; and e.  improve the quality of service.
CHAPTER VIII INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION and DOCUMENTATION of article 23 in order to set the Organization's public information management information management and documentation of the following: a. Team Consideration information service;
b. the PPID; and c.  PFPID.
Article 24 (1) consideration of the information service Team as stipulated in article 11 letter a consists of: a. the Secretary-General as Chairman;
b. the Inspector General, the Director-General and head of the Agency as a member.
(2) the team's consideration of information service referred to in subsection (1) has the task of: a. to propose and discuss the types of information that are exempt; and b.  discuss, resolve, and decided the disputed information.
(3) consideration of the information service Team as referred to in paragraph (1) held the function of: a. decision-making against the disputed information; and b.  problem resolution.
Article 25 (1) the PPID as stipulated in article 23 hurufb has criteria, namely: a. is the official designated to carry out the duties and functions of the management of public information on the Environment Ministry; and b.  must have the ability in the field of document management, data processing, service information, and PR.
(2) the PPID as referred to in paragraph (1) has the task of planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the implementation of information management activities in the Environment Ministry.
(3) the PPID as referred to in paragraph (1) held the function of: a. public information gathering together from around the work units of the Ministry;
b. Setup and storage public information obtained from all work units of the Ministry;
c. the selection and testing of public information are included in the categories excluded from information that is open to the public; and d.  dispute resolution information service.
(4) the PPID as referred to in paragraph (1) in carrying out its work assisted by officials of the functional.
(5) the PPID as referred to in paragraph (1) has a position and the appointment as follows: a. based on the Head Office of the Ministry, and may be assisted by officials of the Ministry based in the region; and b.  officials who are appointed on the basis of a decision of the Minister.
Article 26 (1) PFPID as stipulated in article 23 of the letter c has criteria: a. functional officials appointed by the Secretary-General of the Ministry to help the PPID;
b. have the competence in the field of information management and documentation as well as the implementation of the public information service; and c.  Archivist, computer institution, institution of public relations, librarian, statistisi, or other functional officials as needed.
(2) PFPID as referred to in paragraph (1) has the task of helping the PPID in the management of information and documents in the Environment Ministry, which includes: a. identifying and collecting data and information from all work units of the Ministry;
b. processing, structuring, and storage of data and/or information obtained from all work units of the Ministry;
c. the selection and testing of data and information that are included in the categories excluded from the information open to the public; and d.  testing to determine the accessibility of information, working with officials on the unit owner information.
(3) PFPID as referred to in subsection (1) is based on the work of each unit and proposed by the acting boss functional.
(4) PFPID as referred to in paragraph (3) specified by a decision of the Secretary General of the Ministry.
Pasal27 organizational chart of the Ministry of information and Documentation in the Ministry of environment as listed in Annex III which is an integral part of part of the regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER IX SETTLEMENT of DISPUTES is considered part of the General INFORMATION Chapter 28 dispute resolution information in the Environment Ministry implemented by organizations dispute resolution the dispute resolution mechanism of information through information.

The second part of organizational dispute resolution Information of article 29 (1) dispute resolution information Organization include: a. Team Consideration information service; and b.  The law firm and Staffing.
(2) a dispute resolution Organization the information referred to in subsection (1) has the task of providing: a. legal considerations to the PPID that will provide public information that does not comply with the provisions of the legislation;
b. considerations and legal assistance over the dispute of the information submitted to the Commission information, either through mediation or ajudikasi nonlitigasi; and c.  mentorship and dispute over legal aid information submitted to the judiciary.
The third part of the dispute resolution Mechanism of information article 30 Any Applicant public information may submit an objection in writing to the PPID is based on the following reasons: a. Disclaimer of information requests based on the reason that information is excluded as stipulated in article 11;
b. not providing regular information referred to in article 8;
c. do not ditanggapinya information requests;
d. Requests for information not addressed as requested;
e. not fulfillment of requests for information;
f. imposition of costs which are not reasonable; and/or g.  submission of information exceed the time set in the regulation of the Minister.
Article 31 (1) the objections raised by the applicant public information within a period of at least thirty (30) working days after the discovery of the reasons referred to in article 30.
(2) the Supervisor of officials as referred to in article 30, providing a response to the objection raised by the applicant public information within a period of at least thirty (30) working days since the receipt of the objection in writing.
Article 32 the applicant's objection based on public information referred to in article 31, the PPID giving comments on the objections submitted by the applicant.

Article 33 the PPID that will provide a response to the objection submitted by the applicant as referred to in article 32, is done with the following procedure: a. prepare a list of the applicant and/or the user information will be rejected;
b. coordination meeting involving the law firm and Staffing, as well as related work unit at least 3 (three) working days after having received the petition for PPID;
c. results of the coordination meeting of the news poured in the event which was signed by all participants of the meeting; and d.  the results of the meeting are well documented.
Article 34

(1) Objection submitted by the applicant for public information can be solved conversationally by both parties.
(2) if the deliberation for consensus not reached by both sides, will continue into the disputed information.
(3) the dispute resolution information is done by the following procedure: a. PPID prepare materials related to dispute information;
b. the law firm Staffing and preparing studies, and legal considerations for Team submitted to the consideration of the Ministry of information;
c. at the time dispute information continues to Commission information, the judiciary, the civil service law firm and then do the legal accompaniment for dispute resolution information;
d. consideration of the information service Team to discuss and decide the dispute resolution information is done in a deliberation.
e. follow up meeting Results by PPID in accordance with allocation; and f.  The results of the meeting of well documented.
CHAPTER X REPORTING Article 35 PPID mandatory reporting to the Commission each year Information, which include: a. the number of requests for information received;
b. time required the Ministry to meet each request for information;
c. the amount of the grant and the denial of a request for information; and d.  the reason for denial of the request for information.
BABXI a PROVISION CLOSING Article 36 at the time of this Ministerial Regulation entered into force, the regulation of the Minister of culture and tourism Numbers pm. UM 67/001/MKP/2011 information and documentation about the management in the environment of the Ministry of culture and tourism, was revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 37 of 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 piece of news of the Republic of Indonesia.

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