Jakarta, wapresri.go.id – The government has set a target of 100 percent of the implementation of Public Service Malls (Mall Pelayanan Publik/MPP) to be built throughout Indonesia in 2024. In addition to meeting the quantitative targets, it is hoped that the quality of MPP can continue to improve through the evaluation of its effectiveness and readiness for Digital MPP. For this reason, the regional head’s commitment is needed to realize these targets.
“I am optimistic that we can achieve both the quantity and quality targets if the regional heads really deliver their commitments, and the leaders of the central ministries/institutions provide their support,” said Vice President K.H. Ma’ruf Amin at the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Acceleration of MPP Implementation, at the Ministry of Empowerment of State Civil Apparatus and Bureaucratic Reform, Jakarta, Tuesday (28/06/2022).
The Vice President further stated that the success of implementing MPP in districts/cities is one of the benchmarks for the success of national bureaucratic reform. For this reason, he stressed, the process of implementing MPP in various regions needs to be accelerated.
“The task force team for the acceleration of MPP development needs to work and coordinate more intensively in achieving both quality and quantity targets,” he urged.
Furthermore, the Vice President emphasized that towards the implementation of Digital MPP, synchronization with an integrated electronic system, Online Single Submission (OSS) is needed as a step to create a Digital MPP roadmap.
“It is necessary to draw up a roadmap to digital MPP by paying attention to integration with the existing OSS, as well as the involvement of the private sector in MPP, especially those involved in fintech,” said Vice President giving directions.
In addition, he continued, to accelerate the implementation of MPP, cooperation between the central and regional governments is needed to be able to realize a good, transparent and simple public service model.
“Second, it is necessary to formulate a support model from the central government to accelerate the development of MPP in the regions so that public services to the community can be realized immediately,” the Vice President said.
According to the Vice President, the signing of the memorandum of understanding to accelerate the implementation of the MPP is a realization of the government’s commitment to implementing bureaucratic reform.
“The signing of this memorandum of understanding is an important step in meeting our commitment to realizing the tasks and mandates of bureaucratic reform,” he said.
Therefore, the Vice President asked the Minister for Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform Tjahjo Kumolo to immediately realize the Digital MPP through intensive assistance and coordination with local governments.
“Specifically to the Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform, I ask to carry out more intensive mentoring and coordination activities with the regions, especially in realizing the Digital MPP,” the Vice President asked.
Closing his remarks, the Vice President expressed his appreciation to the relevant parties who have been willing to synergize and cooperate in realizing the acceleration of the implementation of the MPP through the signing of a memorandum of understanding.
“I would like to thank the ministers and heads of institutions, as well as corporations/SOEs who have signed the MoU today,” he concluded.
Also present to accompany the Vice President, the Head of the Vice Presidential Secretariat Ahmad Erani Yustika, Special Staff for the Vice President Masduki Baidlowi, Deputy for Administration Guntur Iman Nefianto, and Plt. Deputy for Government Policy Support and National Insight Lukman Hakim Siregar. (DAS/SK/LHS– BPMI, Setwapres)