Civil Servants, PPPK & Honorary Listen! This is the Latest News on the Derivatives of the ASN Bill News – 7 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The government is currently accelerating the completion of regulations derived from the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) Law (UU) Number 20 of 2023. It is targeted that in less than 6 (six) months from the ratification, the regulations can be completed.

This is based on the press release from the Ministry of PANRB, quoted by CNBC Indonesia, Friday (17/11/2023). This acceleration was carried out through a Community Coordination Meeting between BKN and KemenPANRB, LAN, KASN, and ANRI in Denpasar, Bali.

PANRB Minister Abdullah Azwar Anas said that the promulgation of the ASN Law was an important milestone in realizing a world-class bureaucracy. The implementation of this rule will be carried out jointly with the PANRB Ministry and community agencies.

“We produced something substantive and impactful through the ASN Law. We are now discussing the technical aspects directly with the association, TIRBN and KPRBN so that it can be implemented,” said Anas.

Anas explained various technical issues regarding the derivatives of the ASN Law. There were at least five strategic issues discussed, namely structuring non-ASN personnel, competency development, talent mobility, digitizing ASN management, as well as structuring institutional supervision and merit systems.

“These are five strategic topics that we will discuss technically and will explain in depth in the government regulations (PP). We are targeting completion sooner than six months after the law is passed,” explained Anas

Plt. Head of BKN Haryomo Dwi Putranto said that ASN management, according to him, must be relevant to current conditions, especially in terms of talent management, employee careers and ASN performance management systems.

Regarding the non-ASN arrangement, Haryomo reminded that the solution needs to pay attention to the projected growth in the number of ASN in the medium and long term.

[Gambas:Video CNBC]

Next Article

Simsalabim! 1,031 Civil Servant Regulations Reduced to Just 1 Regulation!