Following the KPK survey, KKP strengthens the culture of corruption prevention


“KKP has been actively involved in surveys since this activity was first organized in 2015. In fact, KKP has always been the pilot of this survey.

Jakarta (medialnews) – The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) has again participated in the Integrity Assessment Survey (SPI) organized by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) to strengthen a culture of integrity to prevent corruption and improve public services.

KKP Inspector General (Irjen) Muhammad Yusuf in a press release in Jakarta on Friday said it was the fifth time that the KKP had participated in activities aimed at raising awareness of the risk of corruption and improving the anti-corruption system in government institutions.

“The KKP has been actively involved in investigations since this activity was first organized in 2015. The KKP has always been the pilot of this investigation,” said KKP Inspector General Muhammad Yusuf.

SPI participants are ministries / agencies, provincial governments and regional / municipal authorities. As of last year, SPI has been held electronically in line with the pandemic.

The survey methodology involved internal government officials, service users and resource experts.

Yusuf explained that the KKP welcomed this investigative activity because it helped the inspectorate to carry out internal oversight of the ministry.

This activity, he said, also encourages the ministry to provide excellent service to stakeholders in the sea and fisheries.

Even this year, he continued, the KKP increased the survey’s sample size by only two or three steps overall, which is seen as showing the KKP’s commitment to combating the practices of corruption within the ministry.

Yusuf further explained that from 2012 until now, the development of the Integrity Zone has been carried out in 117 work units within the KKP. The integrity system that is built starts from the risk management, complaints and whistleblowing system, as well as the disclosure of public information.

Then there are the gratuity control programs, the procurement of goods and services, human resource management, asset reporting, one-stop-shop services (PTSP), and the government’s internal oversight apparatus ( APIP) as quality assurance and advisory partners.

In addition, the use of information technology is also intensified by the CTF to improve the quality of services and the process to become more transparent.

As previously reported, the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Sakti Wahyu Trenggono, fully encourages increased internal oversight of the ministry, including involving the Inspectorate General team in each implementation of the KKP work program.

Meanwhile, the results of the integrity assessment survey will be submitted at the end of 2021, after the organizers have taken the primary data, processed the data, conducted an analysis and produced reports for each participant.

Also Read: KKP Uses e-ZI App to Strengthen Integrity Zone Monitoring

Read also: Prevent corruption, KKP officials are equipped with anti-corruption management

Reporter: Mr. Razi Rahman
Editor: Ahmad Buchori
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