Indonesia Towards Smart Government In 2022
Menpan RB Tjahjo Kumolo/Photo: Antara

JAKARTA - Acting Deputy for Institutional Affairs and Administration of the Ministry of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (Kemenpan RB) Rini Widyantini said that her agency will focus on optimizing the transformation of the Indonesian government towards "Smart Government" 2022. “This year we must focus on how to build business processes between development targets across sectors or sectors, and between ministries, institutions and local governments," Rini said as quoted by Antara, Wednesday, January 19. which was broadcast live on the Pusdatin KumHam YouTube channel.

In the optimization phase of the transformation towards "Smart Government" 2022, Rini explained that her party would build coordination between ministries, institutions, and village governments based on thematic issues or development patterns across sectors and sectors. Rini also explained that the Kemenpan RB will focus on building governance and governance. like being inclusive with an electronic-based government system (SPBE) to get to "Smart Government" 2022. "The business process will be an inclusive part of our digital transformation system," he said. He revealed that the transition phase to "Smart Government" 2022 has been going on from 2019 to 2020 which was then continued with the transformation phase towards "Smart Government" in 2021 to 2022. "Last year, we built business processes for the internals," he said. He said that his party is targeting 2023-2024 cross-border business processes ministries, institutions, and local governments with an electronic-based government system All of these stages are the development of a "grand design" of governance to support the achievement of the "Golden Indonesia Vision 2045". Therefore, the structure, function, and process become a single unit that cannot be separated,” said Rini.

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