Public Information Service Report 2017

KPK’s Public Relations Bureau continues to improve its works in carrying its tasks and functions. As Information and Documentations Management Officer (PPID), the Bureau implements various methods and procedures to optimize public information service. In 2017, the Bureau handled big jobs such as the confinement of Information Management Staff to the base, Consequences Test, and writing the Statement Letter on the List of Exempted Information. Moreover, the Bureau launched several innovations, including “Ask the Spokesperson” on social media; KPK Corner; Journal Competition; creating contact center blue print; and Open Journal System (OJS) Development. The innovations are expected to open more information access to public on KPK performance and corruption eradication. Providing public information is not merely about meeting the obligation stated by Law No. 14/2008 on Public Information Openness, but it is also based on the realization that public information openness is crucial to optimize public’s job in monitoring public institution’s performance.

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Public Information Service Report 2016

KPK is fully aware of the obligation to provide access to information that is transparent, accountable, and accountable to the public. This is not only limited to public information disclosure, but also ease in accessing information that demands innovation and creativity of public bodies. Through the spirit of transparency and the desire to provide convenience to the public in accessing information about the institution, as well as its main tasks and functions, in 2016, PIKP Section is still focused on internal information processing to be packaged properly and efficiently into information and knowledge that bberfaat and accessible with easy.

In addition to services through direct services, telephone, email and mail, PIKP Section also disseminates information and knowledge through social media, ACCH (Anti-Corruption Clearing House) portals, Libraries, and Integrity Journals. Through the various channels of dissemination is expected information and knowledge can be spread optimally to various elements of society.
One of the achievements to be proud of in 2016 is that the KPK is again awarded the Openness of Public Information held by the Central Information Commission. KPK managed to rank first for Non-Structural Institution Category. This is certainly a booster KPK to continue to make improvements in the future in improving the quality of information services to the public.

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Public Information Service Report 2015

Community needs, not only limited to public information disclosure but also ease in accessing, demanding innovation and creativity of public bodies are increasingly high, including the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). Public information disclosure is an important means to optimize oversight of the implementation of the state and the activities of other public bodies in providing services to the public. This is then poured in Law no. 14 of 2008 on Public Information Transparency. In an effort to enforce the mandate of the law, 2015 is the third year in which the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) as a public body forms a new section, the Public Information and Communications Service (PIKP). This section was established under the Commission Regulation no. 2 of 2013 on the Organization and Working Procedures of the Corruption Eradication Commission. Baigan PIKP in the institutional structure under the Public Relation Bureau, along with two other sections, the Protocol and Multimedia Section and the News and Publication Section.

Through the spirit of transparency and the desire to provide public convenience in accessing information about the institution, as well as its main tasks and functions, in 2015 this PIKP in addition to focus on internal information processing to be packed into information and knowledge, also intensively
innovate in his dissemination. In addition to direct services, telephone and email, PIKP also disseminates Information and knowledge through social media, ACCH (Anti-Corruption Clearing House) portals, Libraries, and Journals. Through the various channels of dissemination is expected Information and knowledge can be spread optimally to various elements of society.

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Public Information Service Report 2014

Public information disclosure becomes an important means to optimize the oversight of the implementation of the state and the activities of other public bodies in providing services to the public. This is then set forth in Law no. 14 of 2008 on Public Information Transparency.

Therefore, in an effort to enforce the mandate of the law, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) as one of the public bodies, by the end of 2013 through Commission Regulation no. 2 of 2013 on the Organization and Working Procedures of the Corruption Eradication Commission, forming a new section namely the Information and Public Communication Service (PIKP). This section complements the other pre-existing section of the KPK Public Relations Bureau, namely the Protocol and the Coverage Section.

Along with the spirit of transparency and the desire to provide convenience to the public in accessing information about the institutional and duties, principal and function, in 2014 this PIKP KPK in addition to focus in the processing of internal information to be packaged into public information, also intensively innovate in the dissemination of such Information , so that the public is more interested in accessing it.

In addition to direct services, phone and email, PIKP KPK also disseminates Information and knowledge through social media, ACCH (Anti-Corruption Clearing House) portals, and Library. With the various channels of dissemination is expected Information and knowledge can be spread optimally to various elements of society.

Some public service achievements during 2014 include the fulfillment of public information requests addressed to the KPK either directly, email, or by phone can be fulfilled 100%. That is, all requests for information submitted, can be fully granted to the public. Then the enthusiasm of the public in the virtual world against Information and knowledge about antikorupsi also showed a very significant jump, seen from the increase in the number of followers on twitter and fans on the page facebook fanpage KPK. Likewise the number of ACCH portal access http://acch.kpk.go.id which experienced a drastic increase. No exception, the KPK Library in addition to providing direct services to the visitors both internal and external KPK employees also provide a website page http://perpustakaan.kpk.go.id/ which can be accessed anywhere and anytime.

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Public Information Service Report 2013 

It is believed that public information disclosure can become an important means to optimize public supervision of state administration or other activities of public institutions in charge of public interest. The Corruption Eradication Commission as one of such public institutions mandated to implement Law No. 14/2008 on Public Information Disclosure has increased its transparency in 2013 and provided more convenient ways for the public to access information on institutions and their main tasks and functions.
At the end of 2013, in line with the desire to be more transparent and to better serve the public, the Corruption Eradication Commission, through Commission Regulation No. 2/2013 on Organization and Work Procedure of the Corruption Eradication Commission, established a new department called Public Communication and Information Service Department. This new department will complement other existing departments in KPK’s Public Relations Bureau, i.e. the Protocol and Reporting Department.

Throughout 2013, KPK’s Public Information Service focused on processing internal information and making it available as public information so that the public can easily access the information. As the unit transformed into a department, the dissemination of information became more intensified and was equipped with social media facilities and library. After the submission of internal information from various directorates had run smoothly, the processing and packaging of information became the key agenda of Public Communication and Information Service Department in 2013.

In terms of direct service for people who came to KPK office to look for information, there was no adequate improvement due to limited facilities and infrastructures. The reception hall was inadequate, but hopefully the condition would improve after KPK builds its own office in the future.
One of the key achievements in 2013 was a 100 percent rate in meeting public information requests submitted to KPK. This means that KPK was able to provide information to all members of the general public who submitted their requests to KPK. Public enthusiasm in utilizing information service also increased compared to the previous year. In 2013, public information requests increased 100 percent from the previous year.

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Public Information Service Report 2012

Two years have passed since the establishment of KPK Public Information Service (PIP) in 2010 under the Reporting, Information Service, and Publication Department of KPK Public Relations Bureau, in response to the enactment of Law No. 14 of 2008 on Public Information Disclosure. As of this year, PIP has solved some issues and prepared a follow-up plan for various obstacles faced in the previous year, particularly in terms of information service. The implementation of Law No. 14 of 2008 requires all public agencies and governmental institutions to openly disclose all information requested by the public. Failing to do so is subject to criminal sanction or fine.

Throughout 2012, the Reporting, Information Service, and Publication Department focused on its internal reform to fulfill the Information Commission’s requirements for PPID and its instruments. Other notable achievements include implementing PPID Decision Letter on Exempted Information, improving SOPs and Public Information Service Guidelines, and creating a separate channel for posting compulsory information on KPK website.

Increased public enthusiasm about taking an active role in corruption eradication efforts through the information disclosure of KPK can be seen from a 40 percent increase in public information requests submitted to KPK compared to the previous year. For KPK Public Relations Bureau, the increase of information and other similar requests reflected the acceleration of corruption eradication and democracy, and the desire to realize good governance in governmental institutions by providing information according to public needs.

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Public Information Service Report 2011

A year has passed since the establishment of KPK’s Public Information Service (PIP) Department as a response to the enactment of Law No. 14 of 2008 on Public Information Disclosure. Today, PIP has carried out various improvements and enhancements to information service for the public.

The implementation of Law No. 14 of 2008 requires all public agencies and governmental institutions to openly disclose all information requested by the public. Failing to do so is subject to criminal sanction or fine.

Throughout 2011, information requests submitted through KPK’s Public Relations Bureau were more varied. This shows the public’s desire to play an active role in corruption eradication efforts using the information disclosed by KPK. For KPK Public Relations Bureau, the increase of information and other similar requests reflected the acceleration of corruption eradication and democracy, and the desire to realize good governance in governmental institutions by providing information according to public needs.

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Public Information Service Report 2010

Law Number 14 of 2008 on Public Information Disclosure on May 1, 2010 was well-responded by KPK, which immediately established the instrument and prepared the guidelines for public information service implementation. As an independent state commission, KPK acts independently in performing its tasks and responsibilities; it is free from any influence of power, and reports to the public.

In regards to information and data, KPK currently runs an Anti-Corruption Clearing House (ACCH) Portal, which will make KPK’s information database accessible to the public. The portal is different from the KPK website. The website features institutional as well as main tasks and functions of KPK as a state institution, whereas the portal contains data and information related to the performance of KPK as a law enforcement agency.

All public information services in KPK are free-of-charge, including the information material requested by the public. To meet public requests, KPK will try to provide softcopy files, and subsequently hardcopy documents if necessary.

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