Government Prepares 3,000 ASN for Three new autonomous regions in Papua – The government through the Papua Province Human Resources Development Agency (BPSDM) and the Ministry of Home Affairs BPSDM have prepared 3,000 ASN for 3 New Autonomous Regions (DOB) in Papua. Each new province will receive around 1,000 ASN.

“Yes, as many as 3,000 ASN have been prepared to fill three new autonomous regions in Papua, both in South Papua Province, Pegunungan Papua Province, to Central Papua Province, with the deployment of 1,000 ASN per province,” said Acting Head of BPSDM Papua Anthony Mirin at Jayapura, Monday (7/11).

 Anthony added that the 3,000 ASNs were taken from the parent province and regencies within the government areas of the three new autonomous regions. Currently, BPSDM is trying to organize ASN in terms of their quality readiness in training, to be distributed to three new autonomous regions in Papua.

The implementation of the training is planned in 2023, taking into account the existing budget. “For 2022, this cannot be done, because the 2022 budget has ended,” he said.

For him, the ASN sent is of high quality. Even BPSDM Papua has prepared civil servants from 2022 to 2023, for the Basic Training (Latsar) for CPNS to become civil servants.

“We just need to fill in some skills in terms of ASN HR for the categories of management, administration, finance, archives. That’s what we prioritize first in terms of ASN training which is ready to be distributed in the three new autonomous regions,” he concluded.

“We have prepared a technical training plan program to be carried out for ASN, which will be placed in the three new autonomous regions in Papua,” said the Acting BPSDM Papua.

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