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Public Service Notice

“We, the Academic Civitas of the School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, ITB, hereby declare our ability to provide services in accordance with established standards and if we do not keep this promise, we are ready to accept sanctions in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.

Bandung, 5 July 2021
Dean,Tutun Juhana, S.T., M.T.

Bureaucratic reform is one of the government’s efforts to achieve good governance and carry out reforms and fundamental changes to the system of governance, especially regarding aspects of the institution (organization), management and human resources of the apparatus. Through bureaucratic reform, an effective and efficient government administration system is organized.

The acceleration of bureaucratic reform is faced with the challenges of the vast territory of Indonesia, the vast number of work units and the variety types of services. For this reason, a massive bureaucratic reform acceleration strategy is needed and has an immediate impact that can be felt by the community.

The Integrity Zone (ZI) is a strategy to accelerate Bureaucratic Reform through the development of role model that is free from corruption (WBK) and excellent service (WBBM). The focus of ZI development is to work units that are able to build an anti-corruption culture and provide excellent service so that the impact can be felt directly by the community.

ZI WBK - SEEI

Towards a Free Area from Corruption and a Clean Bureaucratic Area and Serving in Government Agencies

Development of the Integrity Zone

I. FULFILLMENT
1. Change Management

i. Formation of Work Team
ii. Integrity Zone Development Plan
iii. Monitoring and Evaluation of WBK/WBBM Development
iv. Changes in Mindset and Work Culture

2. Management Arrangement

i. Fixed Operational Procedures (SOP) Main Activities
ii. Electronic Based Government System (SPBE)
iii. Public Information Disclosure

3. HR Management System Management

i. Employee Needs Planning in accordance with Organizational Needs
ii. Internal Mutation Pattern
iii. Competency-Based Employee Development
iv. Determination of Individual Performance
v. Enforcement of Discipline Rules/Code of Ethics/Employee Code of Conduct
vi. Personnel Information System

4. Strengthening Accountability

i. Leadership Engagement
ii. Management of Performance Accountability

5. Strengthening Supervision

i. Gratification Control
ii. Implementation of SPIP
iii. Community Complaints
iv. Whistle-Blowing System
v. Handling of Conflict of Interest

6. Improving the Quality of Public Services

i. Service Standard
ii. Excellent service culture
iii. Complaint Management
iv. Assessment of Satisfaction with Services
v. Use of Information Technology

II. REFORM
1. Change Management

i. Commitment in Change
ii. Leadership Commitment
iii. Building a Work Culture

2. Management Arrangement

i. Business Process Map Affects Job Simplification
ii. Integrated Electronic Based Government System (SPBE).
iii. Digital Transformation Delivers Benefit Value

3. Human Resources Management System Management

i. Individual Performance
ii. Employee Assessment
iii. Violation of Employee Discipline

4. Strengthening Accountability

i. Increasing the achievement of work unit performance
ii. Giving Rewards and Punishment
iii. Performance Logical Framework

5. Strengthening Supervision

i. Control Mechanisms
ii. Handling of Public Complaints
iii. Whistle-Blowing System

6. Improving the Quality of Public Services

i. Public Service Efforts and/or Innovations
ii. Handling of Service Complaints and Consultations

Stages of Integrity Zone Development

A. Signing of Integrity Pact Documents
B. Declaration of Integrity Zone Development
C. Development of the Integrity Zone at ITB:

  1. Implementation of the Corruption Prevention Program
  2. The Role of the Internal Oversight Unit (SPI) in the Development of the Integrity Zone
  3. Integrity Building Unit (UPbI)

Conflict of Interest and Gratification

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Conflict of Interest Guidance Document

Conflict of Interest Handling Documents

SEEI Gratification Control Document

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