goodmorningpapua.com – In order to encourage transparency and openness of public information in Mimika Regency, the Mimika Regency Communication and Information Office (Diskominfo Mimika) collaborates with the Papua Province Information Commission (KI Papua) to plan to disseminate Law No. 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Openness (UU KIP) within the government. Mimika Regency.
This was marked by the visit of the Head of the Mimika Communication and Information Office, Hilar Limbong Allo, S.Sos, M.Si along with a number of his staff to the Papua Province Information Commission Office in Entrop, Jayapura City, Papua, Monday, October 31, 2022. Head of the Papua Province Information Commission, Wilhelmus Pigai appreciate this visit.
“We see that there is a commitment from the leadership of the Mimika Regency Regional Apparatus Organization (OPD) in managing its government to encourage transparency and openness of public information,” Wilhelmus said in a press release to the media, Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
According to Wilhelmus, the presence of Diskominfo of Mimika Regency was to conduct coordination meetings related to the socialization of the UU KIP and strengthening of Information Management and Documentation Officials (PPID) within the scope of the Mimika Regency OPD.
“In addition, the presence of the Mimika Regency Communications and Information Office at the Papua Province Information Commission Office is to return the Self Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) sheet in the Monitoring Evaluation (Monev) and Ranking of Public Bodies throughout the Papua Province 2022 that we are doing,” explained Wilhelmus.
Wilhelmus also said that his party hopes that with the socialization activities of the UU KIP that will be carried out as well as with the information management system and documentation within the scope of the Mimika Regency OPD, it can run well and can serve the community, so that people can easily access various kinds of information in the OPD scope. Mimika Regency.
“Therefore, under the leadership of the Acting Regent of Mimika, Johannes Rettob, we hope that in this era of openness and transparency, the management of the government is more open. So that the public trusts the existing government, because not all information can be disclosed in accordance with the UU KIP,” explained Wilhelmus.
In the socialization of the UU KIP in Mimika Regency, Wilhelmus said, his party hopes to strengthen and equip PPID in the Mimika Regency OPD scope properly. “So that not only socialization, but after socialization officials (PPID) can carry out their work in managing information according to the existing rooms, there is information that is managed periodically and there is also information that is managed immediately,” he explained.
According to Wilhelmus, after Mimika Regency will be included in the coverage area of Central Papua Province, his party hopes that the regencies in the Central Papua Province coverage area can prepare themselves well. So that the information management system for the government and services to the community can run well.
“Don’t let the Central Papua Province Information Commission come to this province, and then people will become aware of the disclosure of public information using the UU KIP, then sue or dispute information with existing public bodies. For that, we fully support Mimika Regency with this activity, the government under the leadership of the Acting Regent of Mimika, Johannes Rettob, is trusted by the community, “explained Wilhelmus.
The head of the Mimika Diskominfo, Hilar Limbong Allo, S.Sos, M.Si, said that his party visited the Papua Province Information Commission Office to ensure the socialization of the UU KIP that would be implemented in Mimika Regency. “We hope that the public information disclosure that will be carried out in Mimika Regency can cooperate with the Papua Province Information Commission,” he explained.
Hilar also said that his party really hopes that the support and socialization of the UU KIP that the Papua Provincial Information Commission continues to carry out can be carried out well and can also be implemented in Mimika Regency.
“So that we, OPD leaders, as well as the whole community, can know and be able to carry out what the community hopes, namely the openness of public information in Mimika Regency. We hope that this will help the community and we can also serve the community well,” said Hilar.