EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE MK EMPLOYEES
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The Secretariat General and the Clerk’s Office of the Constitutional Court (MK) organized an education and training in the procurement of goods and services on Friday-Sunday (26-28/10) in the Education and Training room of the Constitutional Court building.

In his briefing on the opening ceremony of the education and training, the Secretary General of the Constitutional Court, Janedjri M.Gaffar, warned all the participants that the education and training constituted a facility for creating a goods and services procurement system that is in line with good governance principles. Therefore, the Secretary General of the MK requested that all participants should follow the education and training seriously and critically. “Consequently, the WTP category (Unqualified Opinion) granted by the State Audit Board (BPK) on the financial statement of the MK can continually be maintained as the commitment we made in the past declaration,” he said.

On the occasion, the Secretary General of the MK also expressed the target so that all goods and services procurement committee officials in the MK will have had national certificate from the National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) by 2008. “When later on all goods and services procurement committee officials had possessed the certificate, they should not hesitate to make a decision (in the goods and services procurement process). If no one dares to make a decision, it will obstruct prevent the MK form serving the justice seekers,” he said to the education and training participants. Today, the MK only has two employees who have possessed the goods and services procurement committee national certificate issued by the Bappenas.

The aforementioned Education and Training in the Procurement of Goods and Services was followed by 50 participants from various working units within the Secretariat General and the Clerk’s Office of the MK. The Education and Training all of the resource persons of which were from the Bappenas according to the schedule would be organized for 8 days and would be implemented every weekend beyond the workdays. This is intended so that the education and training activity will not disrupt the working activities of the employees in providing services for the community. [ardli]


Monday, October 29, 2007 | 13:01 WIB 267