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Indonesia Integrates Database to Foster Government Innovation

The government in Indonesia continue to develop its public service to enhance efficiency and provide easy access for people who need them. The Indonesian government have begun working on running the National Public Service Innovation Network (JIPPNas). The website for JIPPNas has evolved into a central repository for new approaches to public service around the country.

The website compiled all available data and information about the finest public services to facilitate a shared understanding of how to advance innovation in Indonesia’s public sector. Having several agencies work together to maintain the JIPPNas website is a central hub for fostering innovation, particularly in public services.

“This partnership is a good leap in managing innovation in government agencies,” PANRB Minister Abdullah Azwar Anas mentioned at the signing of the JIPPNas Site Management Cooperation Agreement and JIPP Hub Commitment in South Jakarta.

According to Diah Natalisa, Deputy for Public Services in the Ministry of PANRB, the JIPPNas website evolved from a national public service innovation information portal into a platform for disseminating the Best Public Service Innovations resulting from the Public Service Innovation Competition’s implementation (KIPP). The Ministry of Home Affairs’ Innovative Government Award (IGA) and LAN’s Innoland have been included in JIPPNas.

As required by PermenPANRB No. 89/2020 concerning the implementation of JIPP, the JIPPNas website is the government’s endeavour to encourage innovation in the public service sector. The Joint Innovation Programme for Public-Private Partnerships in the Americas (JIPPNas) is an approach to ensuring that the most effective ideas in the public sector are produced, transferred, and disseminated to other units and organisations. The duplicated innovations may be readily institutionalised and sustained and can be reported immediately on the JIPPNas website.

“With this combined management, it is believed that JIPPNas can strengthen the innovation process for issue solving, sharing information and open cooperation, and generating ideas to support sustainable innovation activities,” Diah remarked.

Merita Gidarjati, representing USAID at ERAT, recently discussed the organisation’s ambitions for collaborative administration of the JIPPNas site. She explained that the goal of this partnership is to serve as a national innovation centre, which would serve as a storehouse for cutting-edge ideas and a platform from which they could be shared with the rest of the country.

“This cross-agency collaboration has a big multiplier impact on the motto of outstanding service and may also become a new tradition in fostering innovation,” she added.

In this activity, a workshop was also held under the theme Progress of Implementation of Assistance and Development of Innovation Nodes at the Provincial Level and continued with a discussion of the Culture of Sustainable Innovation.

The State Administration Agency (LAN), the Ministry of Home Affairs, and the Ministry of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (PANRB) signed a collaboration agreement to commemorate the event.

Seven provinces (Jambi, Lampung, West Java, DI Yogyakarta, East Kalimantan, West Nusa Tenggara, and North Maluku) also inked agreements to create innovation clusters. As a result, Indonesia now has 22 provinces with established innovation clusters, up from 15 regions just a few years ago.

In addition, to provide an integrated website to promote local government innovation and digitalisation, Indonesia supervised the Public Service Coordination Forum (FKPP). The forum’s hoped-for advantages extended from creating policies and delivering public services at the national, institutional, and regional levels.

At the event, speakers from various backgrounds present in two sessions to provide insights on how best to structure public services. The speech’s leading figure, East Java’s Deputy Governor Emil Elestianto Dardak, claimed that his party hosted an event named Kovablik to promote regional creativity (Public Service Competition).


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