Financial & Development Control Agency (BPKP) Interviewing NADFC Echelon I Officers in NADFC SPIP Maturity Evaluation


                                                                                            NADFC TEAM     -     BPKP TEAM 

Government Regulation Number 60 of 2008 regarding Government Internal Control System (SPIP) is a government effort to satisfy Article 58 Regulation Number 1 of 2004 regarding State Treasury that is to fully hold internal control system in government circle. To measure   SPIP success, evaluation or in other words, maturity evaluation is carried out. SPIP maturity evaluation is closely related to achieving work performance, state financial management transparency & accountability and activities/programs in government circle in good governance. Government Internal Control Apparatus (APIP) as executor of functions of quality assurance & consultancy should always make effort to improve SPIP implementation quality.

Inspectorate of NADFC effort as APIP in preparation of SPIP maturity evaluation by holding National Meeting held on September 13-15, 2016 in Hotel Lumire Jakarta in the event of maturitas NADFC SPIP towards Clean & Accountable Bureaucracy. As a follow-up to the national meeting to discuss how to fill out questionnaire perception equation, a discussion meeting was carried out on September 22, 2016 in NADFC equipment meeting with representatives from all NADFC work units, then collect SPIP maturity survey questionnaire and the supporting documents. BPKP verified some documents to relevant inspectorate, Ethics Code, Competency Standard, Employee Work Target, Performance Determination, NADFC Risk Evaluation, ISO Quality Management implementation and documents relevant with PM-EPITE.
BPKP Team did interviews on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 13.30 WIB in 2nd floor Building A NADFC Deputy II, NADFC Echelon I Officers represented by Dra. Reri Indriani, Apt., M.Si, NADFC Permanent Secretary) and Drs. Ondri Dwi Sampurno, M.Si., Apt (NADFC Deputy of Traditional Medicines, Cosmetics and Complementary Product Control) accompanied by Dra. Zulaimah, Apt, M.Si (NADFC Inspector), Personnel Administration Section Head, Logistics & Housekeeping Section Head,  Finance Section Head, Information Technology Division Head, Employee Welfare Sub-Section Head  and  Data & Evaluation Sub-Section Head  together with other  APIP team members. While BPKP Team comprised Aridwikora (PLP Director of Social Welfare Sector), R. Purwoko (Sub-directorate Head  I), Ramona Lubis (Middle Auditor), Muhammad Muksin (Junior Auditor) and Amiruddin Arif (Junior Auditor).
In the opening, Aridwikora extended one of performance indicators in RPJMN 2015-2019 that is SPIP implementation maturity level with level target 3 out of the scale 1-5 in 2019. The evaluation result is level score, the level is from 1 to 5, in addition to it will they get area of improvement for recommendations if something is incomplete for improvement, then BPKP Team will reassess so that by 2019 NADFC will have been in level three (3). In SPIP implementation maturity level 5 up is the optimum level in a Control System. But being in level three (3) shows so good - adequate level that control has been evaluated and formally evaluated.
BPKP Team questions were among other things related to:
Ethics code upholding, HRD management policy relevant to   Individual & Organization Performance Enhancement, Authority Delegation, How NADFC gets along with other institutions, Audit Charter, Performance Agreement Role against   Control Activity, Accounting Policy.
To conclude, BPKP Team extended, SPIP stress essence is Risk Management. The inspector also extended in risk handling   there is the term “Three Lines of Defense”. The application of these Three Lines of Defense should run hand-in-hand and there should be no overlapping between one and others, but also should facilitate to create coordination. Awareness of the importance of risk & openness of each unit became the key to apply the principle of Three Lines of Defense.