Detiktoday.com – Unqualified opinion from BPK RI is a great success for an institution that gets it, this is a benchmark that the management of the budget in the institution takes place naturally.
The wait of approximately 10 years of the Indonesian Ministry of Youth and Sports (Kemenpora) to obtain a Fair Opinion without Exception (WTP) opinion from the Indonesian Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) has finally come true.
Today, the Indonesian Minister of Youth and Sports Zainudin Amali received the Submission of Examination Report (LHP), Examination of the 2019 RI Ministry of Youth Affairs Financial Report at the Wisma Kemenpora Auditorium, Senayan, Jakarta, Wednesday (7/22) morning.
For the Ministry of Youth and Sports itself, this time the WTP is a long struggle for approximately 10 years.
The last WTP opinion was engraved in 2009, in a row the Ministry of Youth and Sports only received a Fair Opinion with an Exception (WDP) opinion, plus 205 and 2016 experienced a downturn by bearing the opinion of Not Expressing Opinion (TMP) or Disclaimer. (see box below)
The satisfying results achieved by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia on the predicate of PAPs are things that must be maintained and become the responsibility for state finances included in the Ministry of Youth and Sports’s budget. “These encouraging results as well as our challenges to maintain.
To achieve WTP is a big effort. In my opinion, maintaining a lot heavier and bigger towards the image that is less good in the community about Kemenpora, “he said.
The Indonesian Menpora believes that by showing commitment and good performance from the top leadership level to the lowest public staff, it will be considered that there has been a good change in the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
The Indonesian Menpora and its staff are determined to move the Ministry of Youth and Sports up to the next five years with five (5) priority programs.
The first priority program which became a minister’s concern from Gorontalo was the Improvement of Governance which has been a weakness of the Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Youth and Sports. The second, third and fourth priority programs are about youth and sports.
“I am sure that if the governance is good, then the others will be good, but if the governance is bad, then surely any activities and programs will not produce good results,” he believes
The Indonesian Menpora also reviews all the regulations in the ministries in charge of youth and sports to accelerate public services. The Ministry of Youth and Sports first continued, famous for its long-winded and convoluted public services for that to be fixed.
“All will not succeed only with orders and directives without the support of officials. I thank officials from Mr. Sesmenpora, all deputies to the bottom for supporting this and this is the result of us together,” he said.
The Minister who was able to gradually make the image of the Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Youth and Sport also emphasize that each program to be issued must have clear outputs, outcomes and benefits in the community.
“If there is a program that appears without being able to link five priority programs and the size does not match its benefits in the community then it must be crossed out and replaced,” he explained.