Bandung, 16 March 2022
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia won the second best award with an excellent predicate for the category of a state university with a legal entity from the Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture. The award was presented at the awarding ceremony for the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia in the context of achieving the Implementation of the Government Agency Performance Accountability System (SAKIP) and the Best Budget Performance in 2021.
The Chancellor of the Indonesian University of Education Prof. Dr. M. Solehuddin., M.Pd., MA expressed his appreciation to all parties involved in the various stages of implementing the Implementation of the Government Agency Performance Accountability System (SAKIP) and the Best Budget Performance in 2021.
Prof. Dr. M. Solehuddin., M.Pd., MA explained that UPI’s success in winning the second best award from the Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture in achieving SAKIP Implementation and Budget Performance in 2021 was by realizing good university governance in institutional governance based on principles of adherence to principles, efficiency , accountability, transparency, objectivity, honesty, and coaching.
Fatturahman as Plt. The Head of the Planning Bureau of the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture explained that the awarding of the RI Medikbudritek award to work units and work units for the implementation of SAKIP and the Best Budget Performance in 2021. Further explained that this award was an appreciation for the performance results of all parties involved in implementing the 2021 budget.
Implementation of SAKIP Implementation and Best Budget Performance in 2021 begins with providing guidance to work units in early 2021. In August 2021, an independent evaluation activity on SAKIP implementation by each work unit has been held. In November, confirmation was made to the satker that experienced a decline in SAKIP and finalized the results of the evaluation of SAKIP. In December, a general recommendation was made on the results of the evaluation of SAKIP together with all work units and the delivery and ranking of the results of the evaluation of SAKIP as the basis for awarding the RI Medikbudristek award.
Fahturahman explained that the components of the 2021 SAKIP evaluation and implementation consisted of a performance planning component of 30%, performance measurement 25%, performance reporting 15%, performance evaluation 10% and achievement of organizational goals/performance 20%. This performance evaluation refers to the PANRB Ministerial Regulation Number 12 of 2015. As for 2022, the evaluation of the implementation of SAKIP uses the PANRB Ministerial Regulation Number 88 of 2021.
Nadiem Anwar Makarim as Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia (RI) expressed his appreciation to all work units within the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture for their hard work and smart work in maintaining accountability, work effectiveness and quality budget management throughout 2021.
This shows that we are trying to implement various policies and program management in accordance with the principles of fulfilling good governance and have made quality budget allocations and utilization. The achievements in this award serve as a reminder for institutions to improve the quality of performance, especially in MBKM policies and programs which have entered their third year in building educational transformation in Indonesia.
According to him, an important pillar in the transformation of education in Indonesia is accountable governance and efficient use of the budget. At the end of his speech, Nadiem Anwar Makarim said that there are two things that we must strengthen in improving performance accountability in work planning and ensuring that the available budget is used for the benefit of the community.
Nadiem Anwar Makarim invites all parties to always promote mutual cooperation, cooperation and collaboration in every work in realizing various policies and programs so that they have an impact on improving institutional performance, especially MBKM policies and programs so that they are bigger, stronger and more beneficial to the community.