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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 936, 2013 METEROLOGY, climatology and geophysics. Supervision. Internal. The policy. Repeal.
HEAD REGULATORY Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics No. 5 2013 ABOUT POLICY OVERSIGHT in the ENVIRONMENT Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics, Considering: a. that based on the decision of the head of the Agency for meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Number KEP. 03 in 2009 about the Organization and governance of employment agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics, Inspectorate set up as items under scrutiny and accountable to the head of the Meteorological Agency , Climatology, and Geophysics;
b. that, in order to realize the good management and the clean apparatus is need for a policy of the head of the Agency for meteorology, climatology and geophysics in the field of supervision of the implementation of internal oversight in order to be run in accordance with the regulations;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b need to establish Regulatory Chief agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics of the supervisory Policy at the Environmental Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics;
Given: 1. The laws of UndangNomor 17 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 Number 66 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355);
3. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and Financial Responsibility of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4400);
4. Act No. 31 of 2009 about meteorology, climatology and Geophysics (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 139, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5058);
5. Government Regulation Number 24 of 2005 about Governmental accounting standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4503);
6. Government Regulation Number 60 in 2008 about the internal control system of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 127 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4890);
7. The decision of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform Number PER/04/URM.PAN/03/2008 on a code of conduct internal auditing the Government Apparatus;
8. Regulation of MenteriPendayagunaanAparatur State NomorPER/05/URM.PAN/03/2008 Year 2008 about Audit internal auditing standards of the Government Apparatus;
9. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the bureaucracy is number 19 in 2009 about the guidelines on Audit Quality control of internal auditing of the Government Apparatus;
10. The decision of the head of the Meteorological and geophysical Agency Number KEP. 005 in 2004 about the Organization and the Work of the great Hall of meteorology and Geophysics, meteorological station, the station climatology and Geophysics station, as amended by regulation the head of Geophysical and Meteorological Agency Number 007/PKBMG. 01/2006;
11. the head of the Regulatory Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics Number KEP. 03 in 2009 about the Organization and governance of employment agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics;
DECIDED: setting: regulatory AGENCY HEADS of the SUPERVISORY POLICY at the ENVIRONMENTAL Agency for meteorology, climatology, and GEOPHYSICS.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 DalamPeraturan head of the Agency, which is: 1. Supervision is the whole process of audit activity, reviu, evaluation, monitoring and other surveillance activities against the conduct of the duties and functions of the work units in order to provide adequate confidence that the activities have been implemented in accordance with predetermined benchmarks effectively and efficiently for the benefit of the leadership in realizing the grammar of good Governence.
2. Internal auditing Government Apparatus which further shortened APIP is a government agency that was formed with the task of carrying out internal auditing in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology, and geophysics.
3. The Audit is the process of problem identification, analysis, and evaluation of evidence is carried out independently, objectively and professionally based on audit to assess the standard of truth, accuracy, credibility, effectiveness, efficiency and reliability of the information of the implementation of the tasks and functions of government agencies.
4. Reviu reevaluation is evidence of an activity that ensures that these activities have been implemented in accordance with the conditions, standards, plans or the established norms.
5. Evaluation is a series of activities comparing the results or achievements of an activity with standards, plans or established norms, and determine the factors that influence the success or failure of an activity; 6. Monitoring is the process of the assessment of the progress of a program or activity to achieve the objectives that have been set.
7. The Auditor is a civil servant (PNS) that have a functional Office of the auditor danatau the other party given the task, authority, responsibilities, and rights in full by the Inspector to conduct surveillance in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology, and geophysics.
8. Auditi is a person or work units in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics conducted an audit by the Inspectorate in accordance with the legislation.
9. The performance Audit is an audit over the financial management of the State and the implementation of the duties and functions of the work unit consisting of the aspect kehematan, efficiency and effectiveness.
10. the work plan and budget which further shortened the RKA is planning and budgeting documents 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 1 (one) year budget and the budget necessary to carry it out.
11. The Audit work programme hereinafter abbreviated PKA is the draft of the audit procedures and techniques drawn up systematically to be followed/performed by the auditor in the audit activities for achieving the objectives of the audit.
12. The Audit working paper which further shortened KKA is a note (documentation) created by Auditors about the evidence collected, various auditing techniques and procedures applied, and draws conclusions made during the audit.
13. the report on Audit results which further shortened LHA is the end stage report of each audit to communicate findings, conclusions, and recommendations of audit results to interested parties.
14. The paper Audit results which further shortened NHA is the initial document containing the findings of the audit results to get responses from auditi as ingredients for preparing the report on Audit results.
15. Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics Agency hereinafter referred is a Non Governmental Ministries in charge and responsible in the field of meteorology, climatology, and geophysics. 16. The head of the Agency is the Chief on duty and responsibility in the field of meteorology, climatology, and geophysics.
CHAPTER II SUPERVISION POLICY article 2 (1) the Inspectorate as APIP in Environment Agency has the task of carrying out the functional Supervision against the implementation of the tasks and functions of the Environment Agency.
(2) in carrying out the tasks referred to in paragraph (1), the Inspectorate organizes functions: a. the formulation and preparation of functional Supervision Plan;
b. implementation of the functional Supervision in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
c. implementation of Administrative Affairs Inspectorate; and d. the preparation of reports on the results of supervision.
(3) the implementation of functional Supervision as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b is on performance and functional Supervision of finance through Audit, Reviu, evaluation, monitoring, and other Surveillance activities.
(4) in addition to organizing the functions referred to in subsection (2), the Inspectorate can carry out Surveillance for a specific purpose over the assignment of Agency Heads.
(5) the implementation of the supervision referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by: a. Auditors;
b. CIVIL SERVANTS and/or experts commissioned by the Inspectorate.
Article 3 (1) to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of surveillance, the head of the Agency's Surveillance Policy 5 (five) is an annual strategic plan of supervision in an environment agency.
(2) the policy oversight of annual 5 (five) as referred to in subsection (1) prepared by the Inspector with a refer to: a. National Surveillance policy APIP; and b. the agency strategic plan.
Article 4 (1) based on the policy of supervision referred to in article 3, the Inspector detailed annual Oversight policy as a guideline in the implementation of the Environmental Agency's Supervision.
(2) the annual Surveillance Policy referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. Supervision policy direction;
b. Programme Oversight; and c. a budget.
(3) the supervisory Policy as referred to in paragraph (1), reported to the head of the Agency with a copy to officials of Echelon I at the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology, and geophysics.
Article 5 Supervision in an Environment Agency conducted by Inspectorate aims to: a. optimization of performance and function of each unit of work and resources in supporting the achievement of the objectives of the Organization; b. planning and akuratisasi the level of achievement in accordance with a predetermined planning;
c. optimization of acceptance State;
d. the efficiency of the use of the State budget; and e. optimization of development results.
(1) the implementation of Supervision directed to rehabilitation work units in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology and geophysics in the role as: a. a consultant; and b. the catalyst.
(2) the consultant as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, putting an auditor as an adviser in the management of resources in an effort to prevention of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (KKN).
(3) a catalyst as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, placing the Auditors as facilitators and change agents who push towards better.
(4) in his role as a consultant and a catalyst as referred to in paragraph (1), the Inspectorate should be able to provide the confidence or as guarantor (quality assurance) attainment of the goals and targets of the corresponding work units peraturanperundang-invitation.
Article 7 (1) of each work unit in carrying out the tasks and functions can request assistance to the Inspectorate in his role as a consultant and a catalyst as referred to in article 6 paragraph (1). (2) the request for assistance as referred to in paragraph (l) can be done inside or outside the execution of the audit.
Article 8 Surveillance performed against: a. work Unit at the Environmental Agency;
b. Individual or CIVIL SERVANTS in the Environment Agency's response to specific cases based on: 1. the report of the public or other parties submitted officially dandapat accountable;
2. indication of the known by the auditor based on the audit results; or 3. written orders from the head of the agency or the request of an authorized officer at the Environment Agency.
CHAPTER III IMPLEMENTATION of the SUPERVISION of the General of the first part of article 9 (1) the supervision carried out on stage: a. planning;
b. implementation of the activities.
(2) Supervision in the planning phase as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, an early form of Supervision is done through mentoring in the preparation of RKA work units.
(3) Supervision at the stage of implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is done through: a. the Audit;
d. Monitoring; and e. other kegiatanPengawasan. (4) supervision is conducted in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures the implementation of Oversight in the Agency environment.
(5) the provision of more about Standard Operating Procedures as referred to in paragraph (4) is set by the Inspector.
The second part of early Surveillance article 10 (1) Supervisory Activities early as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) may be made at the time of the discussion launched needs, pagu indicative, pagu temporary and definitive pagu.
(2) Officials of Echelon I launched in conveying the need to Major in particular the Bureau Chief Secretary Planning must also be conveyed to the Inspectors as part of the supervision early.
(3) a mandatory Planning Bureau Chief delivered the annual discussion of the schedule that includes Agency RKA pagu needs, indicative and definitive, while, to the Inspector at least 7 (seven) working days before the discussion.
Article 11 (1) Surveillance Activities conducted through early advising against the proposal of RKAdari each unit of work with attention to compliance with the applicable ketentuanyang, among others: a. master plan;
b. priority scale in accordance with the Agency's strategic plan;
c. Audit results; and d. the analysis proposed pagu Echelon Officials need I.
(2) the giving of advice as referred to in subsection (1) is made in the form of BeritaAcara at the time of the discussion.
Article 12 early Surveillance conducted by auditors who are assigned with the Task Warrants (SPT) signed by the Inspector.
The third part of article 13 Supervision Audit on the stage of the implementation of activities through Audits referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. the Audit performance; and/or b. an Audit with a specific purpose.
Article 14 (1) the implementation of audits carried out by Auditors within the Audit Team with the order of sebagaiberikut: a. quality control;
b. technical control;
c. the Chairman of the team; and d. the Member. (2) the inspector conducting surveillance of the nonprofit management to Audit teams.
(3) in carrying out its duties, the Audit team is equipped with a warrant Tugasdari the Inspector on behalf of the head of the Agency.
(4) the Audit Team may include work units associated Bodies or experts as needed.
Article 15 (1) of the Audit Team in performing the Audit should correspond to the tasks, the authority, the Auditor Code of ethics and Auditing standards at the Environment Agency.
(2) the Auditor's code of Ethics referred to in subsection (1) is a statement about moral principles and values that are used by the Auditor's behaviour as a guide in carrying out the task of supervision.
(3) Auditing Standards as referred to in subsection (1) is a minimum quality or size criteria to perform audit activities that must be dipedomani by the Auditor.
(4) further Provisions regarding the Auditor's code of ethics and Auditing standards as referred to in subsection (1) is set out in the regulations of the Agency Head.
Article 16 at the time of the Audit, implementation of mandatory Auditi provides information that the first true and necessary documents.
Article 17 (1) before carrying out the Audit, the audit team should make the PKA, which at least contains: a. the identity and or data auditi;
b. intent, the audit goals and objectives;
c. scope and aspects that are audited;
d. procedures and steps work auditi;
e. the Division of tasks among the auditors audit implementation; and f. the allocation of audit time. PKA (2) as paragraph (1) should be direviu corresponding hierarchical roles in membership of the Audit Team.
Article 18 (1) of the Audit Team in performing the audit should make the KKA by observing the following principles: a. the audit standard for the substance;
b. the standard format of the KKA;
c. audit planning KKA;
d. audit implementation of the KKA; and e. the concept of LHA. (2) the KKA referred to in subsection (1) must be direviu corresponding hierarchical roles in membership of the Audit team.
Article 19 (1) KKA as stipulated in article 18 is used by the audit team as a basis for compiling NHA.
(2) the NHA as referred to in paragraph (1) shall contain at least: a. the headline findings;
b. contents of the findings; and c. response from Auditi. (3) the NHA must be signed by the Audit team.
Article 20 (1) the Audit Team must submit the NHA to the auditi to respond.
(2) the Auditi reserves the right and can do a disclaimer against the findings stated in the NHA supported with relevant documents, competent, fairly and materially.
(3) if the Auditor remains convinced that the findings backed by strong data, then the Auditors responded back the disclaimer dariAuditi.
Article 21 (1) based on the Audit, the team compiled a NHA LHA.
(2) LHA referred to in paragraph (l) of at least contain: a. Basic Auditing;
b. the purpose of the Audit;
c. the scope of the Audit;
d. Auditi general data;
e. status and follow-up to previous Audit findings; and f. the results of the audit, made up of: 1) description of the findings;
5) recommendations. (3) the Audit Team by LHA submitted to Inspectors through superior secaraberjenjang and confidential.
(4) the direct employer communicated to the LHA auditi and Echelon I as supervisor cover letters with auditi report (SPL) which tembusannya submitted to: a. the Chairman of the Financial Examiner of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK-RI);
b. the Secretary UtamaBadan of meteorology, climatology and geophysics; and c. Auditi. (5) the SPL as referred to in paragraph (4) was signed by the Inspector.
Paragraph 1 of article 22 the performance Audit Performance Audit as referred to in article 13 the letter a have the purpose to obtain a sufficient level of confidence toward the performance reports audited and to improve performance on an ongoing basis.
Article 23 performance Audit include: a. Performance Audit over the management of the finances of the State among others consist of: 1. An Audit over the drafting and implementation of the budget;
2. upon acceptance of the Audit, the channelling and use of funds; and 3. Audit over the management of assets and liabilities. b. Performance Audit the implementation of the tasks and functions that include the Audit objectives the achievement of activities and goals.
Paragraf2 Audit With specific objectives of article 24 (1) of the Audit with specific objectives referred to in Article 13 the letter b, the audit covers are not included in the performance audit may include: a. the Audit of procurement of goods/services;
b. Audit planning and benefits;
c. Audit public service;
d. Special Audits; and/or e. investigative Audit.
(2) the Audit of the procurement of goods/services as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, is the Audit to obtain sufficient confidence that goods/services procurement is carried out in accordance with the legislation.
(3) the Audit planning and benefits referred to in subsection (1) letter b, is an Audit against the activities of the work unit/units of work to obtain adequate confidence that such activities in accordance with the scale of the needs and priorities and optimally beneficial.
(4) the Audit of the public service referred to in subsection (1) Letter c, is Auditing against public services by the public service work units to users services meteorology, climatology and geophysics in accordance the applicable service standard.
(5) the Special Audit as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d, were audited over the scope of the audit that is specifically against indications of irregularities or abuses of authority or employee work units which carried out based on the letter of public complaints, development of audit findings or regular evaluation is being or has been performed, or upon the written request of the work units of the Agency.
(6) the investigative Audit referred to in subsection (1) the letter e, is a special purpose with the Audit to prove allegations of irregularities in the form of fraud, irregularity, illegal spending, or abuse of authority in the financial management of the State that meet the elements of the criminal offence of corruption, collusion and nepotism as well as follow up olehKejaksaan and police as authorized agency according legislation.
Article 25 Audit with specific objectives as stipulated in article 24 was carried out on the basis of: a. the instructions of the head of the Agency;
b. request for officials of the Echelon I;
c. the existence of public complaints; or d. the command Inspector.
Article 26 (1) of the Audit Team in carrying out Audits with specific objectives referred to in Article 24 in addition to having to make NHA, where necessary for the proof can be made News Event request for information (BAPK) and/or letter of the statement.
(2) the NHA and BAPK as referred to in paragraph (1) are accompanied by the evidence used to compile the LHA and conveyed to the Inspectors through the direct supervisor.
Paragraph 3 of article 27 Notification (1) the implementation of the Audit, shall be notified by the Superintendent through the audit notification letter to the auditi Echelon Officials and I are Navy auditi.
(2) the notice of the Audit referred to in subsection (1) must be received auditi at least 3 (three) working days prior to the Audit.
(3) the notice of the Audit referred to in subsection (2) must attach the objectives, the schedule of implementation, and the composition of the Audit team.
(4) the Auditi may request a delay of implementation of the Audit through the Audit statement of delay by reason of: a. There are interests of dinasyang urgent;
b. for a period of three (3) months of the audit has been performed by other ekstenal or APIP audit; or c. There is a special case that doesn't allow the audit done.
(5) the petition for a delay of the Audit referred to in paragraph (4) should explain the reason for the delay and must be acceptable to the inspector at least 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the notification. (6) an inspector may approve or reject the application for adjournment of the auditi.
Paragraf4 Follow-up Audit results Pasal28 (1) the Inspector delivered each LHA through SPL to officials of Echelon I as superiors Auditi.
(2) LHA is received by officials of the Echelon I referred to in subsection (1) must be followed up by officials of the Echelon I as superiors Auditi least sixty (60) days as of receipt of the SPL since.
(3) officials of the Echelon I who oversees mandatory Auditi coordinate and be responsible for the implementation of the follow-up to LHA in the unit of work.
(4) if within 60 (sixty) days as of receipt of the SPL by officials since the Echelon I Thuin Auditi referred to in subsection (1) includes I-Echelon Officials Auditi doesn't do follow-up over the LHA, Inspectors publish and deliver a first warning letter to officials of Echelon I Thuin Auditi on the recommendation of LHA that have not been acted upon and on follow-up to the LHA still process.
(5) if within 1 (one) month after the first warning letter as referred to in subsection (4) does not follow up Auditi LHA, the Inspector issuing a second warning letter and deliver.
(6) if within 1 (one) month after the second warning letter as referred to in subsection (5) does not follow up Auditi LHA, the Inspector makes a proposal to the head of the Agency to sanction Officials of Echelon I and/or Auditi.
(7) in the event of organizational changes in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics, in charge of follow-up to remain at the institution where the organization is located, while in charge of the follow-up that is still attached to individual padayang.
Article 29 (1) officials of the Echelon I and/or does not implement the Auditi follow-up to LHA as stipulated in article 28 may be subject to sanctions: a. administrative actions in the field of employment, including the application of disciplinary punishment in accordance with the regulations;
b. Act of prosecution or civil suit, among other things: 1. Indemnity claims or remittance return;
2. demands of the Repertory; and 3. lawsuit could be the imposition of fines and damages.
c. action complaints criminal act by submitting the matter to the State police of the Republic of Indonesia in case there are any indication of general crime, Attorney General of the Republic of Indonesia ataukepada atauKomisi eradication of Corruption in case there are indications of criminal acts with the support of the special investigative audit results.
Article 30 Inspectors should carry out an evaluation and monitoring and Supervision follow-up against LHA in the Environment Agency and report the results to the head of the Agency periodically every 3 (three) months.
The fourth part Reviu article 31 (1) the supervision at the stage of implementation of activities through Reviu as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3) the letter b made against the Agency's financial statements quarterly, semiannual and annual. (2) implementation of Reviu referred to in subsection (1) done by Tim Reviu formed by the Inspector.
(3) in carrying out its duties Reviu Team equipped with the warrant of the duties of the Inspector.
Article 32 (1) Reviu done through stages reviu financial statements from each of the environmental accounting in the body of the Unit.
(2) Reviu conducted the financial statements of each of the accounting unit as referred to in paragraph (1) not as a basis for declaring pendapatatas financial reports but Has Direviu Statement (Statement of the Review).
Article 33 (1) the inspector must notify reviu implementation time to accounting unit direviu and i. Echelon Officials (2) Tim Reviu make Overview Results Reviu (IHR), the script Result Reviu (NHR) and reports the results of Reviu (LHR) appropriate legislation. (3) the IHR, NHR and LHR as referred to in paragraph (2) is submitted to Inspekturoleh Reviu Team.
Article 34 (1) LHR as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) was used as the basis to make the statement bagiInspektur Has Direviu or Statement of Review (SOR).
(2) the Inspectorate delivered a Statement have been Direviu (Statement of Review) to the head of the Agency for the attachment of the publication of the statement of responsibility (Statement of Review) the financial statements of the Agency's Semiannual and annual that is submitted to the head of the Agency.
Part five Article 35 Supervision Evaluation at this stage of the implementation of activities through the evaluation referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) Letter c should be performed against: a. performance accountability Report lnstansi Government (LAKIP);
b. the internal control System of Government (SPIP); and c. other Evaluations as needed on the orders of the head of agency or inspector.
Article 36 (1) evaluation of LAKIP referred to Article 35 letters a committed against: a. Evaluation over drafting LAKIP, which include: 1. The evaluation of the above process of preparing LAKIP;
2. Evaluation of information content, presentation, and disclosure of information in LAKIP; and 3. Evaluation of over utilization LAKIP.
b. evaluation of the implementation of the accountability system over the performance of government agencies (SAKIP), which include: 1. The evaluation of the application of the above strategic plan and annual performance plans;
2. Evaluation of the performance measurement system; and 3. Evaluation of information accountability report.
c. Evaluation of the top performing organizational units, which include: 1. The scope of the performance evaluation;
2. Description of the results of the performance evaluation; and 3. A summary of the top performance evaluation. (2) the evaluations conducted by the evaluation team LAKIP Inspectorates formed by the Inspector.
Article 37 (1) of the Secretary's main Planning Agency Head in particular convey LAKIP Echelon I to the Superintendent no later than the month of February for the previous fiscal year.
(2) an inspector conducting an evaluation against LAKIP as referred to in paragraph (1) and the results were communicated to the Secretary-general as a Main ingredient for preparing the LAKIP Meteorological Agency, Klimaotlogi, and Geophysics to submitted to the responsible ministers in the field of utilization of State apparatus.
Article 38 (1) the system of internal control is an integral process in actions and activities performed continuously by the leadership and all employees to provide adequate confidence over the goal of the Organization through effective and efficient activities, the reliability of financial reporting, safeguarding assets against State legislation.
(2) evaluation of internal control Systems of Government (SPIP) as stipulated in article 35 the letter b was conducted by a team formed by the Inspector. (3) evaluation of SPIP made against system implementation internal control work unit Echelons i. (4) the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (3) is performed with the assessment of the elements of SPIP as follows: a. control environment;
b. risk assessment;
c. control activities;
d. information and communication; and e. monitoring internal control.
Pasal39 (1) work Unit Echelons I report implementation of SPIP to Inspectors and in particular the Main Secretary General Bureau Chief.
(2) the inspector conducting evaluation of implementing SPIP as intended in paragraph (1) and the results are submitted to the head of the Agency.
The sixth part of the Monitoring of article 40 (1) Supervision at the stage of implementation of the activities through Monitoring as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3) the letter d, implemented on an ongoing basis against the report: a. the results of Early Supervision;
b. the Audit results;
c. Reviu results; and d. evaluation.
(2) Monitoring as referred to in subsection (1) is performed also on follow-up Supervisory results BPKP and the inspection results of BPK-RI in the Environment Agency for meteorology, climatology, and geophysics. (3) Monitoring is carried out by teams or functionally formed Inspector.
The Seventh Part
Other Oversight activities of article 41 (1) Supervision at the stage of implementation of activities through other Surveillance activities referred to in article 9 paragraph (3) the letter e, conducted by Inspectorate outside Supervision as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) a to the letter with the letter d.
(2) the implementation of other Surveillance activities may include: a auditing technical guidance. in the field of meteorology, climatology and Geophysics;
b. dissemination of supervision; and c. other activities as required on the orders of the head of agency or inspector.
CHAPTER IV MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Article 42 others in carrying out the duties and functions of the supervision of the Inspectorate, supported by information and communication technology in the form of Supervisory information system applications are web-based.
Chapter V Article 43 KETENTUANPENUTUP With the enactment of the regulatory agency's head, then head of BMG's decision No. 109/p.s. 207/KB/BMG-06 about policy head of the Geophysical And Meteorological Agency in the areas of surveillance, revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 44 Regulation Head the Agency took effect on the date set.
In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulatory agency Heads with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.
Established in Jakarta on July 14, 2013 the HEAD of Agency for meteorology, climatology and Geophysics, SRI WORO B HARIJONO. Enacted in Jakarta on July 16, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();
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