Supervision

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One of the goals of the bureaucratic reform to be implemented by the NADFC is how the bureaucratic reform is able to realize NADFC that is oriented towards results or outcomes efficiently and effectively, so that the presence of NADFC  really benefits the community.  In order to maintain the performance consistency of the bureaucratic reform, a Supervision system is needed to support the objectives of the bureaucratic reform so that it can be achieved as expected.  Strong and effective Supervision is expected to help the agency’s management to implement policies that have been determined to achieve the objectives that have been planned effectively and efficiently.
Supervision is basically geared entirely to avoiding the possibility of fraud or irregularities in achievement of the bureaucratic reform objectives.  However, comparing the results of the execution of the actions with the conditions to be achieved alone—as has been done through post audit activity—is not enough to make the bureaucratic reform produce good results continuously.
Supervision is also directed to identify the aspects and activities that have the potential risks of not achieving the target well, so that appropriate control mechanisms can be determined to prevent the risks.  It is important to be built so that the performance improvement is done not only after an activity starts to be carried out, but also as early as possible so that a greater loss can be prevented, a condition which is certainly more profitable for the agency because existing resources can be optimized for the achievement of a better organization performance.
To achieve this goal, we have implemented a review of the preparation of the agency’s financial statement so it is expected that the agency’s financial statement can be prepared according to the applicable regulations, and the opinions obtained on the financial statement presentation can be used to improve it.  In 2011 the NADFC gained WTP opinion on the financial statements of 2010.  To that end, efforts should be made to maintain the WTP through the implementation of the Internal Control System.
In addition to the review and audit activities, NADFC also seeks to declare the acceleration of the corruption eradication policy in accordance with the mandate set out in Presidential Decree No. 5 of 2004 concerning accelerating the eradication of corruption.  Currently, the system that has already been underway is the preparation and reporting of the Report of State Official’s Wealth (LHKPN) of officials of echelons I and II, and of treasurer.  Next, inventory and appointment of the officials in the NADFC, who are obliged to prepare and report the LHKPN, will be carried out.  To support the anti-corruption policy, NADFC has implemented e-procurement for the procurement of goods/services with a value of over Rp 1,000,000,000, which will then be increased again for all procurement of goods/services.  Besides, NADFC will also be decided to be a Corruption Free Zone (WBK) in 2011.