PLN’s Efforts in Papua to Implement an Anti-Bribery Management System – PT PLN Main Unit for Papua and West Papua Region (UIWP2B) together with PT PLN Main Unit for Maluku and Papua Development held a socialization of the Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP) with stakeholders in Papua.

The socialization is carried out to build, implement and continuously improve the compliance program or SMAP with the aim of identifying, preventing and detecting bribery.

There are 4 principles in SMAP, namely:

1. No Bribery (avoid/refuse all forms of bribery and extortion).

2. No Kickback (avoid / refuse to ask for commissions, thankful both in the form of money and in other forms).

3. No Gift (avoid/refuse accepting/giving gifts or gratuities that are contrary to the applicable rules and regulations).

4. No Luxurious Hospitality (avoid/reject excessive reception and entertainment).

General Manager of PT PLN (Persero) Main Unit for Papua and West Papua Region, Budiono explained that PLN cannot work alone in electrifying Papuan land. PLN requires collaboration and synergy.

“This forum builds synergy and collaboration of stakeholders in supporting PLN to electrify residents in Papua,” he explained, Friday, October 21, 2022.

There are many reasons why PLN has not yet reached areas of Papua that have not yet been electrified. One of them is geographical constraints.

“Most of the areas that have not been electrified are those that cannot be reached by land and can only be reached by air. This is the cause of PLN’s delay in electrifying several areas in Papua,” he said.

Moreover, to lift PLN equipment the burden is very heavy, such as networks, transformers, power poles and generators.

General Manager of PT PLN (Persero) Maluku and Papua Development Parent Unit, Sukahar explained that management is committed to supervising SWAP monitoring, in case of complaints and the like. “Management with partners will realize SWAP in lighting up Papua and Maluku,” he explained.

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