The Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) received an award at the 2023 Procurement Award organized by the Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP).
The Ministry of Law and Human Rights is the first best Ministry/Institution (K/L) in the Procurement Governance Index (ITKP) assessment with a score of 95.77 (very good).
This award was received directly by Plh. Secretary General (Sekjen) of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Reinhard Silitonga at the Ballroom of the Birawa Hotel Bidakara, Jakarta, Tuesday (7/11/2023).
According to Plh. Secretary General, this award is the result of the hard work of all levels at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights who handle the procurement of goods/services (barjas).
“This award is proof of the hard work of all levels handling the procurement of bar jackets at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights,” said Reinhard.
Reinhard further hopes that the award received can be an encouragement to work even better in the future.
“Hopefully this award will be an encouragement for all levels to be even better,” said Reinhard.
The Kemenkumham ITKP score has increased compared to 2022, namely 81.8 (good) and is in the second best position.
ITKP is part of the Government Governance Index, so it is one of the variables in assessing Bureaucratic Reform (RB).
The ITKP assessment parameters are: Utilization of the procurement system; Qualifications and competencies of PPBJ HR (Goods and Services Procurement Manager); and the Maturity Level of the Goods and Services Procurement Work Unit (UKPBJ).
Faisol Ali as Regional Head of the South Kalimantan Ministry of Law and Human Rights separately responded positively to the achievements of the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights.
“Of course this is a motivation for us in the region to perform even more optimally so that this award can be maintained and improved and South Kalimantan officials will try to support it,” he concluded. (Eka)
Source: Indonesia news