February 23, 2024

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Driving the One Data Indonesia Initiative with Statistics 

Abdullah Azwar Anas, Minister for Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (PANRB) asked the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) to play an active part in implementing the One Data Indonesia (SDI) programme. The agency can become a critical point in fostering the establishment of efficient governance, government bureaucracy digitisation, and data and information linkage.

“BPS is crucial for the success of SPBE and SDI through the availability of statistical data linked with the aims of the National SPBE Architecture strategic effort. As a result, the BPS will play a key role in implementing the digitisation of government bureaucracy,” Anas said at the launch of the 2023 BPS Bureaucratic Reform and Results of the 2020 Population Census Long Form in Jakarta.

He also applauded and advocated the agency’s adoption of bureaucratic reform. He believes that instituting bureaucratic change at BPS will directly help the adoption of the Electronic-Based Government System (SPBE) and One Data Indonesia (SDI).

Anas stated that the BPS’ efforts were a tangible manifestation of the President’s directive to create an impactful bureaucracy. This also includes the execution of topical bureaucratic reforms as well as the reinforcement of the SPBE. The agency uses SPBEs to regulate integrated data governance to provide quality data that can be shared to support government policy formation and serve as the foundation for deciding government strategy.

Furthermore, the integrated data optimise service quality. They can provide resilient, smooth, and adaptable services, allowing the data generated by adopting SPBE and SDI to be exploited to its full potential. The future of Indonesia’s digital government can be realised by integrating all SPBE elements and implementing them collaboratively by all government departments.

On this occasion, Margo Yuwono, Head of BPS, indicated that attempts to execute BPS bureaucratic reform were bolstered upstream by upgrading BPS internal systems and management. These internal initiatives are strengthened with downstream support by addressing government priorities through thematic bureaucratic reform programmes, allowing them to impact society considerably.

He explained that as part of the poverty alleviation initiative, BPS collected preliminary data on the Socio-Economic Registration (Regsosek) and its data collection and conducted a survey to assess progress toward eradicating severe poverty. Synchronisation and harmonisation of reference codes amongst central agencies, as well as thorough oversight of cooperatives and MSMEs, are part of the investment expansion programme. Then, as part of the government digitisation effort, BPS aims to collect statistical data through a shared national statistical infrastructure.

“The quick win for BPS bureaucratic change in 2023 is to foster data collaboration for targeted policies. This is being accomplished with the Digital Socio-Economic Registration Data platform,” Margo elaborated.

The Digital Public Service Mall (MPP) deployment is also being stepped up. On separate occasions, Anas met with 17 regional governments from East Java Province and Lubuklinggau City to examine technology usage, up to and including the Digital MPP requirements.

Two services will be presented in the early stages of MPP Digital development. Among them are population administration and licencing services. These two services were chosen because the public most regularly uses them.

Meanwhile, there are 11 criteria for organising MPP Digital. These services include general information, queues, consultations, complaints, Community Satisfaction Survey (SKM), performance evaluation, document processing and tracing, commitment, platform, sustainability, security, and user trials.

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