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Corruption Perception Index Drops, LSP KPK and BNSP Commit to Improving Certification Quality

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Corruption Perception Index Drops, LSP KPK and BNSP Commit to Improving Certification Quality
Photo: Chairman of BNSP, Syamsi Hari, welcoming the LSP KPK Working Visit in an effort to improve anti-corruption competency standards. (18/1/24).(Doc.BNSP)

Telegraf – The National Professional Certification Agency (BNSP) visited the Corruption Eradication Commission Professional Certification Institute (LSP KPK), Jakarta (18/1/24).

This working visit highlights the brilliant achievements in the last 7 years, especially in the Anti-Corruption Counseling Certification program.

Great hopes are now becoming more real, considering the significant decline in the 2019-2022 Indonesian Corruption Perception Index.

LSP KPK is committed to continuing to improve the quality of Competency Test Materials for more than 4,000 assessees who have received certification.

This step is based on KPK Regulation Number 2 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Indonesian National Work Competency Standards (SKKNI) in the Anti-Corruption Sector.

By implementing 7 Certification Schemes, LSP KPK proves its full commitment to building an effective system.

These schemes include:

  1. First Anti-Corruption Instructor (Basic)
  2. Young Anti-Corruption Instructor (Primary)
  3. Intermediate Anti-Corruption Instructor
  4. Main Anti-Corruption Educator
  5. Young Integrity Building Expert
  6. Executive Integrity Building Expert
  7. Integrity Builder Expert

BNSP Chairman Syamsi Hari expressed high appreciation for the efforts of the KPK LSP in improving competency standards in the field of anti-corruption.

“This step not only provides certification to individuals, but also participates in efforts to build integrity and eradicate corruption in Indonesia,” he said.

Firm and competent action in eradicating corruption is the main key, and the KPK LSP emphasizes its commitment with its motto

“Brave, Competent, Awesome.”

The certification schemes that have been implemented reflect concrete efforts to achieve these goals.

It is hoped that holders of this certification can become agents of change who are able to have a positive impact in efforts to eradicate corruption.

This step full of courage, competence and prowess is in line with the spirit of eradicating corruption which is Indonesia’s main focus.

It is hoped that this working visit will not only be a momentum for evaluating achievements, but also an inspiration for other institutions to follow in the footsteps of the KPK LSP’s success in building an effective certification system that has a positive impact on society.

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CSA Index April 2024: Optimism remains low

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Telegraf – The CSA Index for April 2024 decreased to 65.8 from March’s 67.6, indicating a lack of optimism among market participants regarding the JCI’s performance. Market sentiment shifted to a more realistic view of the JCI’s potential, following its 0.37% decline and closure at 7288 in March 2024.

Despite this, market consensus still anticipates a positive movement in April, with a target gain of 7438 or 0.82%, driven by optimism from positive first-quarter 2024 performance and stable post-election political conditions.

Market participants are expected to increase transaction activity after a relatively quiet Ramadhan month.

Commenting on the CSA Index for April 2024, NS. Aji Martono, Chairman of PROPAMI, remarked that market participants’ optimism appears to be stagnating, with hopes pinned on additional positive sentiment from issuers’ performance in 2024 and pro-market policies.

Market participants foresee several negative sentiments impacting the JCI. The absence of an interest rate cut may slow down the economy, while the Fed’s indecision on this matter adds pressure to the exchange rate.

Concerns arise from global economic slowdowns and the increasing number of countries facing or potentially facing recession.

New trade regulations necessitate market participants’ adjustment to new trading mechanisms.

However, positive sentiment may arise from increased consumption during Ramadan, potentially improving the performance of issuers in the consumer sector.

Additionally, outflows from the Government Securities market could enter the stock market.

Looking ahead, the CSA Index for April 2024 is recorded at 92.1 for the next 12 months, indicating market players’ continued optimism about the JCI’s performance.

Market participants aim for the JCI to strengthen to 7479 in the next twelve months, a 5.35% increase from its March 2024 closing position.

Despite a reduction in target compared to March 2024, the JCI remains a viable option for the long term.

Market participants remain hopeful for positive first-quarter issuer performance to bolster the JCI, building on the positive results seen in 2023.

Additionally, the expectation of a Fed rate cut serves as a positive catalyst for maintaining a positive JCI target.

The Financials sector emerges as the top choice among market participants to drive the JCI in April, with positive annual results supporting this preference.

Furthermore, the Energy and Consumer Non-Cyclicals sectors are also considered viable options, reflecting market participants’ consistent choices in recent months.

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BKN Invites BNSP and Bappenas: Special Meeting for ASN Tables and References

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Telegraf – Meetings for preparing ASN Reference Tables and Management as well as Creating the 2024 ASN Data Disparity Dashboard have been held together. This event will take place at the Park Hotel Cawang Jakarta on March 28 2024.

In this meeting, various parties were actively involved in compiling tables and managing references regarding the State Civil Apparatus (ASN).

The aim of this activity is to increase efficiency and accuracy in managing ASN data and to improve existing data disparities.

Disparities in ASN data are an important issue in organizing and managing human resources in the public sector.

BNSP Commissioner NS Aji Martono was also present at this meeting as one of the parties involved in efforts to improve the quality of ASN data.

Its presence indicates BNSP’s commitment to maintaining data quality which is the basis for issuing professional certification.

Director of Data Management and Presentation of Personnel Information, Wahyu, S.Kom, M.A.P, who acted as host, at the meeting.

He discussed various strategies for managing ASN data, including creating dashboards to make it easier to manage and monitor ASN data in an integrated manner.

Dini Maghfirra, Ph.D, from Satu Data – Ministry of National Development Planning – Bappenas, also made an important contribution to the meeting.

With his experience and expertise in the field of data management, he provides valuable insight in efforts to compile tables and manage ASN reference data more efficiently and accurately.

This meeting is a forum for stakeholders to collaborate and discuss concrete steps that need to be taken to improve the quality and consistency of ASN data in Indonesia.

Through collaboration between the State Civil Service Agency (BKN), the Ministry of National Development Planning, BNSP and other related parties, it is hoped that a better, more transparent and accurate ASN data management system can be created, so that it can support various national development policies and programs more effectively and efficient.

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Bank Mandiri’s LSP Receives Endorsement from BNSP for Certification

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Telegraf – Mandiri University, Tanah Abang, Jakarta was an important witness in the historic moment when the Bank Mandiri Professional Certification Institution License (LSP) was officially handed over by the National Professional Certification Agency (BNSP), Jakarta (21/3/24).

Chairman of the LSP Bank Mandiri Steering Committee, Dindin Rosyidin, gave a speech that underlined the importance of this step in improving the quality of human resources (HR) at Bank Mandiri and all its business entities.

This historic step was then followed by the direct handover of the license certificate by the Chairman of BNSP, Syamsi Hari, to LSP Bank Mandiri which was received by the Chairman of the Steering Committee, Dindin Rosyidin.

The existence of Bank Mandiri LSP as a second party LSP established by Bank Mandiri, indicates a strong commitment to meeting certification needs for Bank Mandiri employees, subsidiaries and partners.

In his speech, the Chairman of BNSP, Syamsi Hari, emphasized the importance of certification in improving the qualification standards and competency of workers in the banking industry.

With this license, Bank Mandiri confirms its commitment to continue to improve service quality through improving the quality of its human resources.

The license certificate handover event is not only a moment of formality, but is also filled with important discussions related to certification.

BNSP Commissioner, NS. Aji Martono, accompanied by the BNSP License Coordinator, Ade Syafrudin, was also present to provide enlightenment and guidance regarding the certification process that will be carried out by LSP Bank Mandiri.

By obtaining this license, LSP Bank Mandiri is committed to immediately preparing all the requirements needed to carry out the assessment process.

It is hoped that this step will not only bring benefits to Bank Mandiri, but will also have a positive impact in improving the overall quality of banking services.

This important event is a historical milestone in efforts to improve the quality of human resources in the banking industry, making LSP Bank Mandiri one of the main pillars in achieving higher international standards in service and professionalism.

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LSP Bank Mandiri Gets License Certificate from BNSP

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Telegraf – Mandiri University, Tanah Abang, Jakarta was an important witness in the historic moment when the Bank Mandiri Professional Certification Institution (LSP) License was officially handed over by the National Professional Certification Agency (BNSP), Jakarta (21/3/24).

Chairman of the LSP Bank Mandiri Steering Committee, Dindin Rosyidin, gave a speech that underlined the importance of this step in improving the quality of human resources (HR) at Bank Mandiri and all its business entities.

This historic step was then followed by the direct handover of the license certificate by the Chairman of BNSP, Syamsi Hari, to LSP Bank Mandiri which was received by the Chairman of the Steering Committee, Dindin Rosyidin.

The existence of Bank Mandiri LSP as a second party LSP established by Bank Mandiri, indicates a strong commitment to meeting certification needs for Bank Mandiri employees, subsidiaries and partners.

In his speech, the Chairman of BNSP, Syamsi Hari, emphasized the importance of certification in improving the qualification standards and competency of workers in the banking industry.

With this license, Bank Mandiri confirms its commitment to continue to improve service quality through improving the quality of its human resources.

The license certificate handover event is not only a moment of formality, but is also filled with important discussions related to certification.

BNSP Commissioner, NS. Aji Martono, accompanied by the BNSP License Coordinator, Ade Syafrudin, was also present to provide enlightenment and guidance regarding the certification process that will be carried out by LSP Bank Mandiri.

By obtaining this license, LSP Bank Mandiri is committed to immediately preparing all the requirements needed to carry out the assessment process.

It is hoped that this step will not only bring benefits to Bank Mandiri, but will also have a positive impact in improving the overall quality of banking services.

This important event is a historical milestone in efforts to improve the quality of human resources in the banking industry, making LSP Bank Mandiri one of the main pillars in achieving higher international standards in service and professionalism.

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Iman Rachman Appreciates the PROPAMI Program for Strengthening Professionalism

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Photo: PROPAMI management meeting with Iman Rachman, Main Director of BEI, at the Sudirman SCBD Exchange Building (22/1/24). (Doc.Ist)

The Indonesian Capital Market Professional Association (PROPAMI) held a friendly meeting with the Indonesian Stock Exchange (BEI) at the Exchange Building, SCBD Sudirman (22/1/24).

This event is an important momentum to introduce the PROPAMI management for the 2023-2026 period and discuss collaboration programs with Self-Regulatory Organizations (SRO).

NS. Aji Martono, General Chair of PROPAMI expressed his hope to be able to carry out useful and useful activities for PROPAMI members by collaborating.

SRO, as an organization that has the authority to make binding regulations that its members must follow, plays a central role in regulating activities in the Indonesian capital market.

There are three SROs in the Indonesian capital market structure, namely the Indonesian Stock Exchange (BEI), Indonesian Securities Clearing and Guarantee (KPEI), and the Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI).

Iman Rachman, Main Director of BEI, gave a positive response to PROPAMI’s programs.

He emphasized the importance of synergy and collaboration which continues to be improved in an effort to strengthen the capital markets industry.

Furthermore, Iman Rachman stated the need for harmonious communication between PROPAMI and BEI to increase the professionalism of industry players.

This meeting reflects a shared enthusiasm to advance the Indonesian capital markets industry through strong cooperation between professional organizations and regulatory institutions.

By focusing on strengthening industry and professionalism, it is hoped that these steps will have a positive impact on the growth of the country’s capital market.

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Green Jobs Initiative Gains Momentum in Indonesia as BNSP Takes Active Role

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Photo: BNSP Commissioner Prof Amilin, Syamsi Hari (Chairman) NS Aji Martono, Adi Mahfudz. (Doc.BNSP)

BNSP Chairman Syamsi Hari Highlights the Significance of Green Economy Implementation for Future Job Landscape

Telegraf In response to the growing global trend of Green Economy implementation, Syamsi Hari, Chairman of the National Professional Certification Agency (BNSP), recognizes the emergence of new job opportunities on the horizon, Jakarta, (11/1/24).

This aligns with the sentiments expressed by Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai in 2020, who predicted the creation of over 20,000 new jobs in the clean energy sector by 2025 due to climate-related projects.

In light of this, Syamsi Hari has delegated Commissioner Amilin to attend the kick-off meeting for the Green Jobs Social Inclusion and Sustainable Transformation (GESIT) project. The meeting, hosted by Mahatmi Parwitasari Saronto, Director of Manpower at the Ministry of National Development Planning (PPN)/Bappenas, took place on January 8, 2024.

The global push for Green Economy implementation seeks to minimize carbon emissions, a sentiment echoed in Indonesia through the Green Jobs initiative. The program, developed in collaboration with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) and Innovation and Investment for Inclusive Sustainable Economic Development (ISED), aligns with Germany’s multinational commitment to various sectors in over 130 countries.

The international Green Jobs project, currently experiencing a boom, is set to span four years in Indonesia, from July 2023 to June 2027. The focus is on addressing climate change and environmental issues, leading to the creation of numerous jobs as a consequence of the Green Economy implementation.

The GESIT project, in line with Indonesia’s Vision 2045, aims to create high-quality, productive, and competitive Green Jobs to support the development of a green economy. The initiative is coordinated by the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas, in collaboration with the German Federal Ministry, GIZ, and active participation from BNSP.

BNSP’s active involvement in the Green Jobs for Social Inclusion and Sustainable Transformation project includes the preparation of competency certification programs. This ensures that individuals working in Green Jobs are thoroughly tested and competent, contributing to the overall success of the initiative.

Among the attendees at the kick-off meeting were representatives from various ministries, GIZ GESIT, International organizations such as the World Bank, International Labour Organization (ILO), UN PAGE, and UNIDO. The collaborative effort signifies a step towards a sustainable and inclusive future in Indonesia’s job market.

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