|1||What are the functions of the Directorate General of Budget?||1. policy formulation in the field of budgeting; 2. implementation of policy in the field of budgeting; 3. drafting of norms, standards, procedures and criterias in the field of budgeting; 4. providing technical guidance and evaluation in the field of budgeting; 5. implementation of administratin of the Directorate General of Budget.|
|2||What are the missions of the Directorate General of Budget ?||In order to realize the established vision, the Directorate General of Budget has the following missions : 1.Achieve healty, credible, and sustainable APBN policy planning; 2.Achieve state expenditure and secure state finances that are effective and efficient; 3.Achieve optimal non-tax state revenues while maintaining services to the community; 4.Achieve norms and budgeting systems that are credible, transparent and accountable; 5.Achieve professional human resources and other resources of quality, effective and efficient.|
|3||What is the job of the Directorate General of Budget?||Formulate and implement technical policies and standardization in the field of budgeting.|
|4||What is the vision of of the Directorate General of Budget||Become a professional, credible, transparent and accountable budget manager.|
|5||Where is the office address of the Directorate General of Budget? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 4th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 34357176 (021) 3849315 Fax. (021) 3847157|
|6||Where is the office address of Budget Director I? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 13th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 3506082 intern 8625/8633 Fax. (021) 3521436|
|7||Where is the office address of Budget Director II? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 13th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 3451028 intern 8615 (Bu Dir.)/8612 (ses) Fax. (021) 3450430|
|8||Where is the office address of Budget Director III? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 11th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 345118 intern 8525, tu=8514/8541 Fax. (021) 3452581|
|9||Where is the office address of Director of Harmonization of Budgeting Rules? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 19th Floor|
|10||Where is the office address of Director of Non-Tax State Income? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 16th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 3513495 (021) 3449230 ext. 7452/7355 Fax. (021) 3811379|
|11||Where is the office address of Director of Preparation of State Revenue and Expenditure Budget? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 18th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. intern 8890 (021) 3505663 Fax. (021) 3505659|
|12||Where is the office address of Director of Budgeting System? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 3rd Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 3868060 intern 8139 (021) 3450951 Fax. (021) 3868061|
|13||Where is the office address of Secretary of Directorate General of Budget? and what is the office phone number?||"D" Building(Sutikno Slamet Building) 4th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No.1 Telp. (021) 3866117 intern 8152 Fax. (021) 3505118|
|1||What is the legal basis of Management
in the Import field
|• UU Number 10 Year 1995 on Customs, as amended in UlJ Number 17 Year 2006:
• Kep.Menkeu No. 453/KMK.04/2002 on Customs Procedures in the Import Field. As has been last modified several times with Kep.Menkeu No. 112/KMK.04/2003:
• Kep.DJBC No. KEP- 07/I3C/2003 on Guidance on Implementation of Customs Procedures in Import field that has been last modified several times with DJBC Regulation No. P-42/8C/2008
|2||Are imported goods that have been
declared as unmastered
goods can still be taken
by the owner? If so, what are the costs
to be disposed of in order to settle
the imported goods that have been
declared as unmastered goods
|Based on Minister of Finance Regulation No. 62/PMK/.04/2011 unmastered goods which are goods restricted to be imported or exported, given the opportunity to be completed by the owner within 60 (sixty) days since stored in Customs Piling Place (CPP) or any other place that serves as CPP.
Costs incurred by the importer / owner of the goods to solve the unmastered goods are import duties and taxes in the import framework payable on the import of the concerned goods and building rent while this goods stockpiled in CPP or any other place that serves as CPP.
|3||Is the import of goods in the form of Movie Shooting Equipment may be granted
temporary import facility, if so, how is the content of
application letter to get the temporary import facility
and what are the conditions?
|The good may be granted temporary import facility, as long as it meets the requirements set forth in Minister of Finance Regulation No 140/PMK.04/2007 on Customs Registration. To get a temporary import permit,the applicant must submit application letter that at least contain :
• Type details, amount, spesification, identity, and estimated customs value of temporary imported goods;
• Entry port of temporary imported goods;
• Intended us of temporary imported goods; dan
• Temporary import timeline
This application at least attaced with :
a. Supported documents that explain that the goods will be exported back; and
b. Applicant identity documents such as NPWP, surat izin usaha ,and API//\PIT
|4||Is the import of religious books
dari Roma for the interests of the church is given exemption of import duty ?
If so, how are the procedures to get the exemption?
|Religious books can be given exemption of import duty as long as the books meet the criteria as a science book according to the regulated provisions on Minister of Finance Regulation No. 103/PMK.04/2007 and not imported in Bahasa Indonesia. According to this Minister of Finance Regulation, to get the exemption of import duty on science books import, importers must apply the exemption of import duty to Minister of Finance via Directorate General of Customs and Excise, and attach :
1. type details, title, amount and estimated customs value; and
2. rekomendasi dari Ministry of National Education or Ministry of Religious Affairs.
What is the Mitra Utama Line?
|According to Directorate General of Customs and Excise Regulation No. P-25/BC/2007 what is meant by Mitra Utama(MITA) are:
I.Priority Line Importers that are decided by Director of Customs Technique in the name of General Director, hereinafter referred to as Priority MITA: and
2. Importers who meet the requirements and
set as Mitra Utama (non priority) with the decision of Customs Office Head in the name of General Director, hereinafter referred to as NonPriority MITA. Mitra Utama (MITA Line) consists of :
I. MITA Priority Line namely mechanism of service and supervision of imported goods by Priority Line Importers with directly published SPPB without without the physical examination and documents research; and
2. Non Priority Line MITA namely mechanism of service and supervision of imported goods by Priority Line Importers and to publish SPPB without the physical examination and documents research. except in the case of:
• import of high risk commodities
• temporary import,
• imported goods with suspension of payment of import duty, or
• certain imported goods are set by the government, then issued SPPB after the completion of documents research. Currently MITA Line only available at Tanjung Priok Customs and Excise Service Main Office
What is Customs?
|It is everything that is related to the supervision of the incoming or outgoing goods traffic and the collection of import duty and export duty|
|7||What is import duty exemption
granting of moving goods
applies to everyone who is
bring their moving goods
from overseas to Indonesia
|According to Minister of Finance Regulation No. 28/pmk.04/2008, the import duty exemption of moving goods only granted to :
1. Civil Servants, the member of Indonesia National Army or Republic of Indonesia Police with criteria :
- perform the task abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year, with or without family, as evidenced by the overseas placement decision letter and the withdrawal decision letter to Indonesia from the relevant institution;
- perform the task abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year, with or without family, as evidenced decision letter and the withdrawal decision letter to Indonesia from the relevant institution
2. Student, college student, or or people who study abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year as evidenced by the certificate of finished study.
3. Indonesian Workers who are placed in Indonesian representatives abroad for at least 1 (one) year continuously, based on the work agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as evidenced by a statement from the Representative of the Republic of Indonesia where the work and the letter of agreement 1 working with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
4. Indonesian citizen who due to his work moved and remained abroad for at least 1 (one) year continuously, as evidenced by the certificate of transfer and details of goods which has been affirmed by the representative of the Republic of Indonesia in the country concerned.
5. Foreign nationals who because of their work moved into Indonesian customs area with their families after getting :
- Temporary resident permit from the Directorate General of Immigration as evidenced by Temporary Settlement Permit Card of at least 1 (one) year: and
- Temporary work permit from the department in charge of labor as evidenced by a Temporary Work Permit Card for a period of 1 (one) year.
|8||Is the expenditure of imported goods
for personal purposes after
finish the few years of study
abroad can give
import duty exemption?
|According to Minister of Finance Regulation No. 28/PMK.04/2008, import duty exemption on moving goods can be given to :
a. Civil Servants, the member of Indonesia National Army or Republic of Indonesia Police with criteria :
1) Perform the task abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year, with or without family, as evidenced by the overseas placement decision letter and the withdrawal decision letter to Indonesia from the relevant institution;
2) perform the task abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year, with or without family, as evidenced decision letter and the withdrawal decision letter to Indonesia from the relevant institution.
b. Student, college student, or or people who study abroad for a minimum of 1 (one) year as evidenced by the certificate of finished study.
c. Indonesian Workers who are placed in Indonesian representatives abroad for at least 1 (one) year continuously, based on the work agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as evidenced by a statement from the Representative of the Republic of Indonesia where the work and the letter of agreement 1 working with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
d. Indonesian citizen who due to his work moved and remained abroad for at least 1 (one) year continuously, as evidenced by the certificate of transfer and details of goods which has been affirmed by the representative of the Republic of Indonesia in the country concerned.
e. 5. Foreign nationals who because of their work moved into Indonesian customs area with their families after getting:
1) Temporary resident permit from the Directorate General of Immigration as evidenced by Temporary Settlement Permit Card of at least 1 (one) year; and
2) Temporary work permit from the department in charge of labor as evidenced by a Temporary Work Permit Card for a period of 1 (one) year.
|9||Do I have to tell the amount of cash I bring to Indonesia ?||The obligation to notify the amount of money to the Indonesian Customs Officer is only emphasized to the individual when they bring in or Rp. 100,000,000 or more, or other foreign currency of equal value.|
|10||Am I allowed to bring animals, like cats, dogs, birds or fish to Indonesia?||Basically, it is permissible to bring animals and plants into Indonesian territory, as long as you get permission from relevant agencies such as Quarantine and the Ministry of Agriculture|
|11||Am i allowed to bring
Cigarettes and Alcoholic beverages to Indonesia ?
|Everyone is permitted to bring cigarettes and alcoholic beverages to Indonesia in the following limited quantities: Maximum 200 cigarettes or 50 cigar or 200 grams of iris tobacco: Maximum 1 liter of alpha drink and perfume in reasonable quantities or limits of the foregoing amount is not required to pay Customs and Excise Duties and Other Taxes|
|12||What is an Customs Facility?
|Customs facilities are incentives granted by the government / DJBC in relation to export-import activities that will benefit the national economy
|13||What is Priority Line?
What ease the importer that receive
Priority Line ?
|Priority Lane is a facility provided to importers who, fulfilling the requirements to obtain special services, so that the settlement of importation more simply and quickly. The requirements that must be fulfilled by the importer to be applied as a Priority Importer are
1. has a very good reputation that is reflected from the company profile;
2. has a clear and specific nature of business;
3. has not been abusing facilities in the field of customs during the past year;
4. it is never wrong to notify the quantity of goods, type of goods, and / or customs value during the past year:
5. has been audited by Public Accounting Firm stating that the company does not get disclaimer or adverse opinion;
6. has no outstanding debt in the form of shortage of import duty to the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DJBC);
7. have the ability to submit customs notification directly. Without the need to submit a letter of application, Priority Lane Importers obtain ease of form :
1. No document research and physical inspection of goods shall be conducted as to the red and green lines, except on:
- Temporary Imported Goods:
- Goods affected by Intelligence Result Note(NHI):
- Certain Goods stipulated by the Director General.
2. Physical inspection of the goods as meant in point (1) can be done in importer warehouse;
3. Expenditure of imported goods can be done by Trucklossing;
4. PIB hardcopy submission shall be made
no later than 5 days after the issuance of Letter of Approval of Expenditure of Goods (SPPR);
6. Specific periodic payments to producer importers
|14||What is PNPB?||PNBP stands for Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak (Non-Tax State Revenue). namely all Central Government revenue not derived from tax revenue|
Bonded Piling Place?
|Bonded Shelter is a building, place or area that meets certain conditions used to hoard, process, market and / or provide goods for sale by obtaining suspension of Import Duty|
Customs Piling Place?
|Place of customs dumping is a building and / or field or other place which is equated with that provided by the Government at Customs Office) under the management of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise to keep goods that are not controlled, goods controlled by the state, and goods that belong to State under the Customs Act
|17||What is a Temporary Piling Place?||Temporary Piling Place is a building and / or field or other place likened to it in the Customs Area to stockpile while awaiting loading or disbursement|
|18||How to get
PIB Module Update?
|According to Directorate General of Customs and Excise Regulation No. Per-43/BC/2011 dan PER-44/BC/2011, all users of customs services must use Update Import Goods Notification Module (PIB Module Update) not later than November 16, 2011. To get the PIB Module Update, service users can download from the DBC website : www.beacukai.go.id
|19||How are the provisions and
procedures of expenditure
of passenger luggage that does not come
|According to Minister of Finance No. 88/PMK04/201 0, Passenger's personal belongings are goods carried by any person crossing the border of the country by means of a carrier, excluding goods carried by the crew of passengers or passengers The provisions and procedures for the discharge of passenger luggage not inconsistent with passengers are as follows:
•Passenger personal belongings not arriving with passengers are goods that have passed 15 (fifteen) days after the passenger arrives and registered as Lost and Found;
•Imports of passenger personal belongings are notified with BC 2.2 customs declaration to customs officials at customs office of arrival
•Passenger personal goods that do not arrive with passengers do not get exemption from import duty and levied tax in order to import.
•Passenger personal belongings that do not arrive with passengers who are taxable goods are required to pay excise duty for every adult the most:
a.200 (two hundres) cigar trunks, 25 (twenty five) cigar bar, or 100 (one hundres) grams sliced tobacco/other tobacco products and
b.1 (one) liter of beverage contains ethyl alcohol of the excess of taxable goods of such limit shall be immediately destroyed with or without witness by the concerned passenger.
•Imports of passenger private goods may be served without physical inspection (green line), but may also be subject to physical inspection (red line in case of carrying imported goods:
a.In the form of animals, fish including products derived from animals, fish and plants;
b.In the form of narcotics, psychotropic, drugs, firearms, anqin weapons, sharp weapons, ammunition, explosives, objects / pornographic publications;
c.In the form of cinematographic film, video tape containing recording, laser disc video or phonograph record; or
d.In the form of money in Rupiah or in foreign currency of Rp100.000.000,00 (one hundred million rupiah) or more.
•Against passengers who do not comply with the provisions on import of passenger goods shall pay the duty payable and subject to administrative sanction in the form of a fine of a little less than 100% of the import duty payable and a maximum of 500% of the import duty payable
|20||How the new customs
registration provisions ?
|The new provisions on customs registration are regulated in a Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 63/PMK.04/2011.To be able to fulfill customs duty, service user must register customs by applying to the Director General of Customs and Excise through electronic media (Customs Register Application System) through DGCE website or manual (for certain offices) by filling out the completed form and within 10 (ten) days after the application of customs registration is submitted, the applicant must complete the required supporting documents, those are :
a. Taxpayer Identification Number Card (NPWP) of the Company;b. Company domicile certificate;
c. Import Recognizition Number (for Importers);
d. Trading Business License (SIUP) atau Certificate of Company Registration (TOP) (for Exporter);
e. Permit relating to the business of land / sea / air transport (for carrier).
|21||How is Rush Handling Procedures?||In order to obtain rush handling of the goods as meant above, the applicant (importer) submits customs supplementary documents and guarantees of import duty, excise, and tax in order to import to the Customs and Excise Officer who manages the facility / guarantee.
•Import goods of rush handling can be issued from customs area kawasan pabean before import custome notices (PIB/PIBK, with ) submitted diajukan pemberitahuan pabean impor (PIB/PIBKI, with provision has submitted customs documents and a deposit of import duties, excise in order irnpor, and / or tax on import owed.
•The importer shall submit the import customs notification (PIB) and to settle import duty, and / or excise and tax in the framework of import within a period of no more than 3 (three) working days since the imported goods are issued
|22||How is the procedure for applying for
the import of goods imported while waiting for the import duty exemption on imported goods?
|The importer shall submit a letter of application to the head of the customs office by stating the reason and attach :
a.Proof of receipt of application for exemption of import duty on imported goods;
b. Supporting documents relating to imported goods. After obtaining a license for expenditure of goods in particular risking a guarantee, the importer may file (Suspension) at the risk of a tax levy in respect of deferred imports.
|23||How long it takes
to complete the formalities
of the customs if I want to importing goods to Indonesia ?
|The time required to complete the import document to be used from receiving the Customs Notification to the path determination of not more than 4 working hours. In the event that the item obtains a red line, a physical inspection shall be conducted within 12 working hours from receipt of the Customs Declaration and the Letter of Approval of Goods Spending shall be published within 48 working hours from the receipt of the customs declaration, excluding unusual events.|
|are the territory of the Republic of Indonesia which covers the land, water and airspace above it.
as well as certain places in the Exclusive Economic Zone and the continental shelf in which the Customs Act applies. Goods entered into the Customs Area shall be treated as IMPORTED REGIONS and subject to Import Duty
|25||Where is the address of Director
General of Customs and Excise?
and what is the office phone number?
|Main Building 2nd Floor Jl. Achmad Yani/By Pass No. Telp. (021) 489.7511
Fax. (021) 489.7512
|1||How many types of Tax Invoice can be issued by PKP Retail Shop appointed by Directorate General of Tax in order to VAT refund for tourist?||PKP Retail Shop can issue 3 types of Tax Invoice according to its purpose, those are :
1.Upon submission of BKP to foreign passport holders Tax Object, PKP Retail Shop shall make Special Tax Invoice with Transaction Code 06 and Serial Number starting from 00000001 which must comply with Article 13 paragraph (5) of VAT Law with the provision of filling in accordance with Article 4 paragraph (3) pmk- 76 / pmk.03 / 2010)
2.Upon submission of BKP to non-Overseas Passport Holders Tax Object, PKP Retail Stores may create Tax Invoices using codes and serial numbers in accordance with the provisions of PER-58 / PJ / 2010 and SE-137 / PJ / 2010 (effective January 1, 2011 ) on the form and size of the forms and procedures for filling the information on FP for Retail PKP (PKP PE)
3. Upon submission of BKP to non-Overseas Passport holder Tax Object who wishes to credit Input Tax on the purchase of BKP from PKP Retail Stores, PKP Retail Stores can make a complete Tax Invoice in accordance with Article 13 paragraph (5) of VAT and PER-13 / PJ Law / 2010
|2||Is there a period of time to file an objection to the Building Tax?||There is, the Objection must be filed within 3 (three) months from the date of receipt of SPPT or SKP by the taxpayer, except where the taxpayer may indicate that the period may not be fulfilled due to circumstances beyond his control.|
|3||Is there a period of time to apply for a reduction of the building tax?||There is, the time period for individualized submission requests:
• 3 (three) months from the date of receipt of SPPT;
• 1 (one) month from the date of receipt of the SKP PBB;
• 1 (one) month commencing from the date of receipt of Tax Objection Letter of building tax;
• 3 (three) months from the date of natural disaster; or
• 3 (three) months from the date of the occurrence of another extraordinary cause, except where tax payer may indicate that the time period they can not be fulfilled due to circumstances beyond its power
|4||What is the difference between VAT 1111 DM period Annual Notice
and VAT 1111 period Annual Notice?
And since when the usage of VAT 1111 period Annual Notice
and this 1111 DM?
|VAT 1111 period Annual Notice use by PKP using Input Tax and Output Tax (Normal) while VAT 1111 DM period Annual Notice use by PKP using which uses the Input Tax and Output Tax (Normal) mechanism while VAT 1111 DM period Annual Notice use by PKP using Guidance on Input Tax Crediting Calculation. Valid since SPT VAT Period January 2011|
|5||What are the types of objection decisions?
and what sanctions may be imposed
on the Taxpayer regarding the objection decision?
• The decision on the objection can be :
|6||What are the types of tax assessment?||a. Underpayment Tax Assessment Letter (SKPKB) Is a tax assessment letter that determines the amount of tax principal, the amount of tax credits, the amount of the underpayment of the principal amount of the tax, the amount of administrative sanctions, and the amount of tax payable.
b. Additional Income Tax Assessment Letter (SKPKBT) Is a tax assessment letter that specifies an additional amount of the established tax.
c. Tax Assessment Letters Nil (SKPN) Is a tax assessment letter that determines the amount of tax principal equal to the amount of tax credits or taxes are not payable and no tax credit.
d. Overpayment Tax Assessment Letter (SKPLB) Is a tax assessment letter that determines the amount of tax overpayment because the tax credit amount is greater than the tax payable or should not be due
|7||What are the conditions of registration of Taxpayer Identification Number for Individuals ?||For Individuals of Indonesian Citizens, that is Copy of ID Card and fill out the NPWP Registration Form for Personal Person. For Foreign Citizen Individual, is copy of passport, filling out registration form of NPWP for Individuals|
|8||What are the requirements for registration of Taxpayer Identification Number for the Taxpayer of the Agency?||For Domestic Taxpayer,yaitu:
• Copy of establishment certificate,
• Copy of KTP (Indonesia Citizen)/passport (Foreign Citizen) one of the leaders / responsible bodies; and
• Copy of Taxpayer Identification Number one of the leaders / responsible bodies
• and fill Taxpayer Identification Number registration form for Agency / Joint Operation Taxpayer For Permanent Establishment, i.e:
• Appointment letter from head office for Permanent Establishment;
• Copy of KTP (Indonesia Citizen)/passport (Foreign Citizen) one of the leaders / responsible bodies; and
• Copy of Taxpayer Identification Number one of the leaders / responsible bodies
• and fill out the Taxpayer Identification Number registration form for Taxpayer Agency / Joint Operation For Joint Operation as Taxpayer Collector / Cutters, ie:
• Cooperation agreement / deed of establishment as JO; and
• NPWP and KTP (WNI) / passport (WNA) leader / person in charge of JO;
• and fill the registration form NPWP for WP Agency / Joint Operation
|9||What are the sanctions for late payment of taxes?||• The payment or tax refund for a tax period, which is performed after the due date of payment or tax refund, is liable to administrative sanctions in the form of interest of 2% (two percent) per month calculated from the due date of payment until the date of payment, and part of the month calculated in full 1 (one) month.
• Upon payment or tax refund for tax payable under the Annual Tax Return, which is made after the due date of the submission of the Annual Tax Return, is liable to administrative sanctions in the form of interest of 2% (two percent) per month calculated from the expiration of the deadline for submission of the Annual Tax Return up to the date of payment, and part of the month is calculated in full 1 (one) month
|10||What are the sanctions for the delay in reporting the Annual Tax Return (SPT)?||Subject to administrative sanctions in the form of fines of
• Rp500.000,00 (five hundred thousand rupiah)for Notice of Value Added Tax Period,
• Rp100.000,00 (one hundred thousand rupiah) untuk Surat Pemberitahuan Masa lainnya,
• Rp1.000.000,00 (one million rupiah) for the Corporate Taxpayer's Annual Income Tax notice ,
• Rp100.000,00 (one hundred thousand rupiah) for the Annual Income Tax Notice of an individual taxpayer
|1||Is the assessment of BUMN shares in the management of KND including business valuation? How to judge?||Stock assessment in the management of KND including business valuation and we are currently preparing Perdirjen Guidelines for Assessment of shares in the framework of the State Property Management of Separated|
|2||Is there a standard format of KSP proposal in the framework of business feasibility assessment?||We are currently preparing the business feasibility assessment guidelines, so there is no standard format for KSP proposals|
|3||How is the application procedure for the assessment of cultural heritage objects?||
The application for apatant assessment is submitted in accordance with the provisions of Minister of Finance Regulation No. 185 / PMK.06 / 2009 concerning Assessment of Foreign / China-Owned Assets and Heritage Objects.
|4||What is the application procedure for natural resource appraisal?||An application may be filed in accordance with Minister of Finance Regulation No. 98 / PMK.06 / 2010 concerning Assessment of State-Owned Wealth in the form of Natural Resources|
|5||What is the application procedure for appraising BMD?||The application can be submitted to KPKNL or Directorate General of State Asset Regional Office in your area.|
|6||What is the application procedure for appraising BMN?||An application may be filed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 179 / PMK.06 / 2009 concerning Rating of State Property.|
|7||How the division of authority of the assessment on PMK 98?||The division of authority of natural resources assessment at PMK 98 is different from the division of authority of BMN assessment based on the value of the assessment object. PMK 98 regulates the appraisal of judgment based on the location of the valuation object ie :
a.Assessor Team of the Directorate General from the Head Office is authorized to conduct an Assessment of Assessment object located in more than 1 (one) working area of the Regional Office;
b.Assessor of Appraisal Team of Directorate General of Regional Office is authorized to conduct assessment on assessment scores which are in more than 1 (one) working area of Service Office; and c.The Assessor of Appraisal Team of the Directorate General of the Service Office is authorized to conduct an Assessment of the Assessment object located in its working area
c.The Assessor of Appraisal Team of the Directorate General of the Service Office is authorized to conduct an Assessment of the Assessment object located in its working area
How long the assessment report can be completed?
|Appropriate assessment procedures can be completed for 15 working days for assessment in the framework of elimination and alienation, and 25 working days for assessment in order of utilization|
|9||Can the Capacity Building Assessor Activity from Directorate General of State Asset followed by outsiders?||Basically Capacity Building activity is for internal Directorate General of State Asset. In the event that an outsider requires a similar activity, it may invite the Directorate General of State Asset as the speaker.|
|10||Where is the address of the Director General of State Assets? and what is the office phone number?||PAIK Building(Syafrudin Prawiranegara Building) 10th floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No. 1 Telp. (021) 3849388|
|11||Where a assessment application can be submitted?||The assessment application may be submitted to the Director General of State Assets or the Director of Assessment or the Head of Regional Directorate General of State Asset or Head of KPKNL in accordance with the authority of the assessment on PMK 179 / PMK.05 / 2009 Jo. Minister of Finance Regulation No. 31 / KM.06 / 2008|
|12||PMK 98 only regulates the object of natural resource assessment in 6 (six) objects, namely petroleum, natural gas, geothermal, minerals, coal and forest how about other natural resources such as fishery, plantation, river and marine ?||The preparation of the PMK 98 has coordinated with the Sectoral Ministry and PMK 98 only regulates the natural resources which have been clearly contained by the Ministry of sector before the publication of this PMK, while for natural resources in the form of plantation is still a Public Domain.|
|13||PMK 98 on Article 18 item (3) requires the Natural Resources Assessment Team to be an assessment of what Natural Resources if in KPKNL there are not 3 (three) internal Appraisers?||Natural resources object assesment are generally very complex and high risk so that PMK 98 requires Team Leaders and Members is assessing the internal Directorate General of State Asset, but PMK 98 also regulates the assessment assistance mechanism to the regional office and head office that is on pad 21.|
What is the background of the P2D2 Project??
The central government plays a very important role
What is the difference between NPPH
NPPH or The Agreement on Grant Continuing Agreement is the text of a foreign loan forwarding agreement as a grant or forwarding of an external grant between
|3||What are the basic principles in the implementation of Natural Resources Revenue Funds?||Natural Resources Revenue Sharing Fund (DBH SDA) has 2 (two) principles i.e:
1.By Origin ie the producing region will get DBH SDA portion is bigger than other area in one province which get equalization with certain portion.
2.The realization of the distribution of Natural Resources DBH is based on the realization of state revenue
|4||What is the scope of natural resource revenue sharing?||Based on PP 55 Year 2005, Natural Resources Sharing Fund consists of :
1. Fishery Natural Resource DBH
2. Forestry Natural Resource DBH
3. General Mining Natural Resource DBH
4. Petroleum Mining Natural Resource DBH
5. Natural Gas Mining Natural Resource DBH
6.Geothermal Mining Natural Resource DBH
What are the components of the P2D2 Project?
|In general the P2D2 project consists of 3 (three) components, i.e.:
a.Component 1: DAK-Reimbursement and Incentive/Reward Scheme.
b.Component 2: Strengthening of Central and Provincial / District / City Government Institutions and Implementation Support
c.Component 3: Output Verification
What are the activity criteria that can be funded by the grants?
|a.Criteria for grant activities derived from domestic revenues
- Activities that become the affairs of the Regional Government or for activities to improve government functions, basic public services, and empowerment of local government apparatus;
- Certain activities related to the implementation of Government activities that are national or international by the Regional Government;
- Other activities as a result of Government policy that resulted in additional burden on APBD; and/or
- Specific activities that are specifically regulated in legislation.
b. Criteria of grant activities sourced from foreign loans
- Activities that are the affairs of the Regional Government in the context of achieving the targets of national development programs and priorities in accordance with legislation; and/or
- Prioritized activities for Local Government with low Fiscal Capacity based on Local Fiscal Capacity Map stipulated by the Minister of Finance.
c. Criteria of grant activities derived from foreign grants
- Activities that become the affairs of the Regional Government or for activities to improve government functions, basic public services, and empowerment of local government apparatus;
- Activities in order to support the conservation of natural resources, environment, and culture;
- Activities in order to support research and technology; and/or
- Activities within the framework of humanitarian assistance.
What are the sources of grants from the Government?
|Grants from Government can be sourced from:
a. APBN Revenue
b. Foreign Loans
c. Foreign Grants.
What are the sources of grants to the Regional Government?
Grants to Local Government can be sourced from:
What is a Natural Resources Revenue Fund?
Based on Government Regulation No.55 of 2005
|10||What is a regional grant?||Regional grants are assistance from the Government or other parties to the Regional Government or otherwise unnecessary repayment.|
What is Mofisda?
|Mofisda is a Mobile Fiscal Area aimed at facilitating the presentation of regional financial data|
|12||What is a Web-based Monitoring System (WBRS) in Project P2D2?||This project will strengthen and build Web-Based Reporting System (WBRS) in the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Public Works. The WBRS system will then be used to report transfer funds received from the Ministry of Finance each year including DAK funds, and to report payment and use of funds allocated to the regions. The system will also serve to include information on project locations, GPS, technical data, physical progress of any DAK-funded projects, and project progress (project) documentation. The data contained in the WBRS will include allocations and transfer information from the Ministry of Finance, local government counterpart funds, project progress levels, and information on output reporting; and BPKP about the verification results of the entire project. This WBRS user is Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of National Development Planning / Bappenas, Ministry of Home Affairs, Local Government, and other interested agencies|
|13||If there are remaining DAK in the Regional General Treasury Account (RKUD), can it be used to finance other activities outside the previous field?||If at the end of the fiscal year there is the remaining DAK, the regions may use the remaining DAK to finance activities in the same field in the following year in accordance with the technical guidance of the previous fiscal year / fiscal year.|
|1||Where is the address of the Minister of Finance R.I? and what is his office phone number?||E Building(Juanda 1 Building) 3rd Floor Jl. Dr.Wahidin Raya No. 1 Telp. (021) 381.4324 (021) 344.9230 ext. 6000, 6100 Fax. (021) 3500842 TU Minister intern . 6187/ 6186|
What is e-Procurement?
|the procurement process of government goods / services whose implementation is done electronically and web-based / internet by utilizing the facilities of communication and information technology which includes general electronic tender held by Electronic Procurement Service (LPSE)|
The Purpose of e-Procurement
|To create transparency, efficiency and effectiveness and accountability in the procurement of goods / services through electronic media between committees and service providers|
Benefits of e-Procurement
|a. Reduces physical contacts that may result in KKN risk either between the Provider, or between the Provider and the KDP / Committee;
b. Creating a process of interaction between users and service providers, as well as the community becomes easier and faster;
c. It saves procurement operational costs from both the committee and the provider side;
d. Increases control over various irregularities
|5||What is Ministry of Finance LPSE?||Electronic Procurement Service (LPSE) Ministry of Finance is a unit that serves the procurement process of goods / services that are carried out electronically in vertical institutions within the ministry of finance, and other institutions that have entered into a cooperation agreement contained in the memorandum of understanding (MOU) Types of e-Procurement Services provided include::
1. Hepldesk Service
2. Verification of Prospective Provider Services
3. Establishment of Admin Agency at the Ministry / Institution Service
4. e-Procurement Training Service
5. Bidding Room Service
6. E-Procurement Service Unit in the Region
PIP Investment Partners
|State Owned Enterprises (SOE), Local Government, other Public service agency, Private Sectors, and International Financial Agency.|
|7||Who exercises the authority of government investment management ?||The authority of government investment management shall be executed by the Minister of Finance as the State General Treasurer. Such authorities include regulatory, supervisory, and operational authorities|
|8||When is the termination of employee's pension rights??||In accordance with article 14 of UU No.11 / 1969, employee's pension rights expire in the end of the month of the employee's pension receiver concerned|
|9||Can the cancellation of employee pensions be granted??||Employee pension payments are suspended and decisions regarding termination of employee pension are canceled, if the employee's pension recipient is re-appointed to a government employee or re-appointed in a state office with the right to subsequently terminated again, obtaining pensions under the Ordinance or rules in accordance with Article 15 UU No.11 / 1969.|
|10||How is the process of becoming a public accountant and How is the Requirement for Permission of Branch Office Opening?||http://www.setjen.kemenkeu.go.id/content/akuntan.html|
|12||How to apply for a public accountant's license?||The accountant shall submit a written request to the Secretary-General for the attention of the Head of the Center by fulfilling the following requirements:
1. having the State Register number for the Accountant;
2. has a Certificate of Passed Certification Examination Certificate Public (USAP) organized by IAPI;
3. in the event that the graduation date of USAP as referred to in letter b has passed the period of 2 (two) years, it must submit evidence to have attended Professional Continuing Education (PPL) of at least 60 (sixty) PPL Credit Units (SKP) in 2 (two) years last;
4. experienced practice in the field of general audit of financial statements of at least 1000 (one thousand) hours in the last 5 (five) years and at least 500 (five hundred) hours of which lead and / or supervise the general audit engagement, authorized by the Leader / Leader of KAP;
5. domiciled in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia as evidenced by Identity Card (KTP) or other evidence in accordance with applicable laws and regulations;
6. has a Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP);
7. has never been imposed sanction of revocation of license of Public Accountant;
8. prepare a Letter of Application, complete a Public Accountant License Application Form, make a letter of declaration not concurrently as referred to in Article 46, and make sufficient stamped statement stating that the data requirements submitted are correct by using Annex I as attached in this Regulation of the Minister of Finance.
|14||How is the process of becoming a public appraiser
and How is a Public Service Appointment
Permit Request (KJPP)?
|15||What about the Permit Application of Public Service Appraisal Office (KJPP) with the form of partnership?||For KJPP is a partnership, having a cooperation agreement authorized by the notaries that at least load :
1.the parties that do the alliance; 2.addresses of colleagues;
3.the form of a business entity as referred to in Article 14 paragraph (3) of the Regulation
|1||There are how many echelon II units
in the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance ?
|1. Secretariat of Inspectorate General;
2. Inspectorate I;
3. Inspectorate II ;
4. Inspectorate III;
5. Inspectorate IV;
6. Inspectorate V;
7. Inspectorate VI;
8. Inspectorate VII; dan
9. Investigation Session Inspectorate
|2||What is the Government Internal Supervisory Apparatus (APIP)? Is Itjen Kemenkeu including APIP?||The Internal Supervisory Authority of the Government is an organizational unit within the Central Government, Regional Government, State Ministry, State Institution and Non-Departern Government Institution having duties and functions of supervising within the scope of its authority. Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance is APIP to supervise the units within the Ministry of Finance
|3||What is an Investigation Audit?||The investigation audit is an effort to search and collect data, information, and other findings to find out and reveal the truth of a fact about whether or not a fraud committed by a person or group of people|
|4||What is Risk Management Audit?||Knowledge and skills about a systematic review of the activities of an organization's risk management process (since the determination of context, identification, evaluation, analysis and risk mitigation) in relation to the specific objectives for assessing risk management activities, advising on mitigation of risks to the organization and further action|
|5||What is an ICT Audit ?||Knowledge and Skills on methods of gathering and evaluating evidence to determine that the internal control system is adequate, humans associated with the use of ICTs have been used efficiently and effectively in the achievement and application, information, infrastructure and resources of organizational objectives|
|6||What is audit?
||Audit is a systematic process of collecting and assessing objectively objectives relating to the assertion of economic acts and events to determine the degree of conformity between the assertions and the established criteria and communicate the results to the parties concerned|
|7||What is Control Self Assessment (CSA)?||Knowledge and skills on the methods used to evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls carried out independently in order to achieve organizational goals|
|8||What is Auditor Functional Position?||Functional Position Auditor is a type of functional position in civil servants in Indonesia who in the implementation of their duties are based on expertise and or skills in the field of supervision and is independent. Functional Position Auditor (JFA) was formed with the aim to guarantee professional and career development, rank and position for civil servants who carry out supervision on government agencies in order to support performance improvement government agencies|
|9||What is the Methodology and Audit Technique?||Knowledge and Skills on procedures and how to obtain audit evidence|
|10||What is internal control ?||Internal control is an integral process of actions and activities carried out continuously by the leadership and all employees to provide reasonable assurance on the achievement of organizational goals through effective and efficient activities, reliability of financial reporting, security of state assets, and compliance with applicable legislation|
|11||What is fraud?||In general, Fraud (fraud) is an unlawful act perpetrated by persons from within and / or outside the organization, with the intent to gain personal gain and / or groups that harm the other side. Such as theft, embezzlement, kickbacks, corruption.|
|12||What is the Government Internal Control System ?||The Government Internal Control System is an integral process of continuous actions and activities by the leadership and all employees to provide reasonable assurance on the achievement of organizational objectives through effective and efficient activities, reliability of financial reporting, security of state assets, and compliance with statutory regulations legislation that is held thoroughly in the environment of central government and local government|
|13||What are the types of audits?||Audits are grouped into three types, i.e.:
1.Audit of financial-audits on financial statements aimed at providing reasonable assurance whether financial statements have been fairly presented, in all material respects in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance does not conduct financial audit because it is an internal audit unit.
2. Performance audit (operational audit) -Audit on state financial management aimed at measuring the economic, efficiency, and effectiveness of activities / programs within an organizational unit.
3. Inspection with a specific purpose This check is performed with a specific purpose, with the aim to give a conclusion on a thing that is examined. This examination includes examination of other matters in the field of finance (outside of financial audits and performance checks), investigative checks, and examination of the internal control system.
|14||What are the audit stages of the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance?||The audit stage is generally consisted of three stages, i.e. :
1. Audit planning,
2. Implementation of the audit, and
|15||What are the vision of the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance ?||Being the best professional internal audit unit with integrity to support the realization of public confidence in the management of state finances by the Ministry of Finance|
|16||Do the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance
have vertical units
in the provinces?
|The Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance does not have any vertical units in any province. The Office of the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance only exists in Jakarta|
|17||How to report a complaint
to the Inspectorate of
the Investigation Field ?
|Channel of Complaints Inspectorate Field of Investigation:
Phone : (021) 345-4236
Fax :(021) 352-3252
Letter : Djuanda II Building, Lt. 6 JI. Dr. Wahidin NO.1 Jakarta
|18||How to contact
the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance ?
|The public can contact the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance via : phone (021 )-381 0162, Fax (021) 3440907|
|19||Where is the address of Inspectorate General?||Juanda II Building 4th Floor Jl. Dr. Wahidin Raya No. 1 Telp. (021) 345.6546 or (021) 3449230 ext.6555 Fax. (021) 384.7442|
|20||To whom the Ministry of Finance
Inspectorate General reported
the results of their work ?
The Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance responsible and reported the results of their work to Indonesia Minister of Finance
|21||What unit is Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance ?||Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance is one of the first echelon units within the Ministry of Finance tasked to carry out internal control in the Ministry of Finance environment led by an Inspector General|
|22||What units are supervised by Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance?||Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance supervising Echelon I units within the Ministry of Finance. The task of each Inspectorate is as follows :
1.Inspectorate I supervises the Directorate General of Taxes (DJP)
2.Inspectorate II supervises the Directorate General of Sea and Excise(DJBC)
3.Inspectorate III supervises the Directorate General of Treasury (DJPb) and Directorate General of Debt Management (DJPU)
4.Inspectorate IV supervises the Directorate General of State Assets and the Fiscal Policy Board (BKF)
5.Inspectorate V supervises the Directorate General of Budget (DJA) and the Directorate General of Fiscal Balance (DJPK)
6.Inspectorate VI supervises the Secretariat General, the Capital Market and Financial Institution Supervisory Agency (Bapepam-LK), and the Financial Education and Training Agency (BPPK)
7.Inspectorate VII oversees the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance
8.Inspector of Field Investigation conducts an investigative audit of all Echelon I Unit units within the Ministry of Finance
|1||What is the legal basis for issuing Retail State Bonds?||1. Law Number 24 Year 2002 concerning Sovereign Debt Instruments.
2.Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 6 / PMK.06 / 2006 concerning Retail State Bond Sales in the Primary Market and its amendments.
|2||What is the legal basis for issuing Sovereign Debt Instruments?||
Sovereign Debt Instruments (SUN) and its management are regulated in Law Number 24 Year 2002 concerning Sovereign Debt Instruments. Law Number 24 Year 2002 provides assurance that:
|3||What are the benefits and advantages of investing in ORI?||
•Safe and secure as coupon payments and principal are guaranteed by law.
|4||What are the benefits of issuance of Sovereign Debt Instruments?||As a Fiscal Instrument :
The issuance of SUN is expected to explore the potential sources of financing of the larger APBN from capital market investors;
As an Investment Instrument :
Provide investment alternatives that are relatively risk free of default and provide opportunities for investors and market participants to diversify the portfolio to minimize investment risk. In addition, SUN investors have a potential capital gain in trading transactions in the secondary market of SUN. Potential capital gain is the potential profit due to greater bond selling price than its purchase price;
As a Financial Markets Instrument :
Sovereign Debt Instruments can strengthen the stability of the financial system and can be used as a benchmark for determining the value of other financial instruments.
|5||What is the risk of investing in ORI?||In principle, investment in ORI is an ebbas investment tyerhadap risk of default is the Government's failure to pay the coupon and principal to the Investor. However, in transactions in the Secondary Market, there may be market risk in the form of capital loss due to the lower selling price compared to the purchase price, which can be avoided by not selling state bonds held up to maturity|
|6||What are the types and forms of Sovereign Debt Instruments?||
In general, the type of SUN can be distinguished as follows:
|7||Apa saja utang yang dikelola oleh Pemerintah Pusat Indonesia?||Debt managed by the central government in this case the Ministry of Finance Directorate General of Debt Management is:
-Sovereign Debt Instruments consist of Treasury Bills and Government Bonds (ORI, sale of Government Bonds at auction in the primary market, issuance of SUNs in Forex in the International Primary Market (Global Bonds);
-State Sharia Securities / State Sukuk consists of Retail State Sukuk, Sukuk Dana Haji Indonesia, SBSN sales in auction in the primary market, SBSN in foreign currency in the international market (not yet done;
-Program Loans, For budget support and disbursement linked to the Policy Matrix on specific programs eg in the areas of development, community empowerment, environment and infrastructure - Activity Loans (Project Loans) To finance ministries and institutional activities such as infrastructure projects in various sectors and projects in the framework of poverty alleviation, procurement alutsista / alutpolri and others;
-Derived from BUMN, Regional Government, and Regional Company
-To finance activities in the framework of empowerment of domestic industry and infrastructure development for public services, and investment activities that generate revenue
|8||Anything that belongs to the category of Old Bonds?||
a.3% Bonds Republic of Indonesia 1950
|9||What are the requirements if you want to invest in ORI?||
•Individuals or Individuals Citizens
|10||What is the purpose of ORI publishing?||
The purpose of ORI issuance is to finance the state budget, diversify sources of financing, manage the country's debt portfolio and expand the investor base
|11||What is the purpose of issuance of Sovereign Debt Instruments?||
The purpose of SUN issuance is to:
|12||What is the purpose of procuring debt?||
a. Close the budget deficit;
|13||What is an Export Credit?||Export Credit Loan (KE) is basically a commercial loan used for the procurement of capital goods that can not be supplied from domestic. In general, loans originating from Export Credit are used for financing the procurement of goods for TNI and POLRI, whose sources of financing can not be obtained from multilateral and bilateral loans. In addition, several state-owned companies also utilize this financing facility such as PT PLN|
What is BPPK?
|BPPK is Finance Education and Training Agency which is the 1st echelon unit under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia.
BPPK consisting of Duties of Human Resources Development Training Center, Budget and Treasury Training Center, Pusdiklat Pajak, Customs Training Center, State Wealth Training and Financial Balance, Public Finance Center and State Accounting College (STAN)
|2||What are the existing training units
on BPPK? (region unit)
|a) Financial Training Center Medan
b) Palembang Financial Training Center
c) Balai Diklat Keuangan Yogyakarta
d) Malang Financial Training Center
e) Balikpapan DiklatKeuangan Hall
f ) Makassar Financial Training Center
g) Cimahi Financial Training Center
h) Manado Financial Training Center
i) Pekanbaru Financial Training Center
j) Denpasar Financial Training Center
k ) Financial Training Center Pontianak
l) Magelang Leadership Training Center
|3||What are the existing training units
in BPPK? (central unit)
|1) Training Center for Human Resource Development 2) Budget and Treasury Center 3) Tax Training Center 4) Customs and Excise Training Center 5) General Finance Training Center 6) State Wealth Training and Financial Balance|
What are the tasks and functions BPPK?
|Based on PMK No. 184 / PMK.01 / 2010 on the organization and working procedures of the ministry of finance, BPPK has the duty to carry out education and training in the field of state finance. In performing its duties, the FETA organized the function:
a. Preparation of technical policies, plans and education and training programs in the field of state finance;
b. Implementation of education and training in the field of state finance;
c. Monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the implementation of education and training in the field of state finance ; and
d.Implementation of administration of Education and Training Agency of Finance
|5||Is there a digital
library facility in BPPK??
|Yes. in BPPK there is Easylib BPPK facility. Easylib BPPK is a digital library application that comes with an online catalog (online public access catalog) as well as an online medium that displays papers in digital format that can be downloaded easily. You can access Easylib BPPK at the address http://www.bppk.depkeu.go.id/Easylib.|
|6||Is a special BPPK training program organized for Ministry of Finance employees?||The main user of BPPK is an employee of the Ministry of Finance, but does not close the possibility to cooperate with units outside the Ministry of Finance with a cooperation program with cooperation partners in accordance with the rules of PMK No. 184 / PMK.01 / 2010 on the Organization and Working Procedure of the Ministry of Finance.|
|7||How to download
|The BPPK Journals can be downloaded via Easylib BPPK, but before you download, you must register first|
|8||How to submit
an article in Easylib BPPK?
|You can submit articles in the Easylib BPPK digital library by: sending popular scientific articles to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please click the Easylib address.
|9||BHow do I find
the training I am looking for? ?
|You can view the latest training through the training calendar on the Training Center website linked by choosing an organizational unit on the top left menu of the BPPK Port. Once you find the related Training Center, you can see the menu of the training calendar in each of the Training Centers|
the Decision of the Minister of Finance Number 137fKMK.01 / 2001
dated March 21, 2001 the training organized by BPPK
can be grouped into :
|1.Education and Training Pre-service (Training Pre-service) is education and training to provide knowledge in the framework of the formation of national civil servants, personality, and ethics in addition to basic knowledge about the system of state governance, the field of tasks and organizational culture in order to perform their duties and role as public servants. Pre-service Training is a requirement for the appointment of civil servants to civil servants
2.In-Service Education and Training is education and training to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude of civil servants in order to carry out the tasks of government and development as well as possible.
3. High Education Service consists of education Diploma Program I, III and III IV (State College of Accountancy / STAN), Undergraduate Program and Post Graduate Program
|11||What kind of training is held by BPPK?||To meet the needs of education and training in order to achieve one of the Ministry of Finance mission is the improvement of human resources Kamenterian Finance in line with the vision of BPPK is a center of international standard in producing professional human in the field of State Finance, in carrying out the duties and functions of BPPK refers to Government Regulation Number 101 of 2000 and Decree of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Nemor 137fKMK.01 / 2001 dated March 21, 2001 on Education and Training Police of the Ministry of Finance and Head of BPPK No. Kap-1 / BP / 2001 dated January 2, 2001 on Vision, Mission , and the Financial Education and Training Agency's Strategy.|
|a) Leadership Education and Training is a training that is implemented to achieve the requirements of the leadership competence of the state apparatus in accordance with certain structural positions that are implemented in stages to provide for the cultivation of the similarity of dynamic mindset and reasoning in order to have insight, comprehensive knowledge and spirit of devotion oriented to excellent service and the development of community participation;
b)Functional Training is implemented to achieve the competence requirements that are appropriate to the type and level of Functional Position each in stages to provide knowledge of skills and or certain functional skills related to the implementation of functional functional position assignment.
c)Technical training implemented to achieve the technical competence requirements required for the implementation of civil servant duties and can be done in stages determined by the relevant technical agencies.
d)Service Exam Training (DUD) is an education and training that provides competence in the framework of promotion in a higher class as defined in the applicable employment regulation.
e)The Admission Adjustment Training is an education and training that provides competence in the context of promotion according to the formal education certificate it has.
f)Refresher training is implemented in order to improve the knowledge and skills of employees in connection with the development of wisdom, science and technology
|13||Where is the office address of the Education and Training Agency (BPPK)? What is the phone number and fax of the office??||Jl. Purnawarman No. 99 Kebayoran Baru–Jakarta Selatan Telp. (021) 724.4873 (021) 7394666 ext. 251 Fax. (021) 724.4912|