Jakarta, Komifo - Indonesia as one of the developing and influential countries in the world continues to improve ecosystems and human resources from various fields, including in facing the digital era. Because, the positive impact of the digital era is to bring jobs to the community.
The government through the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology is committed to encouraging the public through programs and policies in the field of industrial technology. This was conveyed by Secretary General of the Ministry of Communication and Information Rosarita Niken Widiastuti in Jakarta, Tuesday (02/12/2019).
"The specific target at the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology is how we can improve the capability and capacity of the entire ecosystem in Communication and Information Technology which is oriented to the needs of the community. So, every communication program and policy must encourage the growth of society," said Niken.
Through the Legal Bureau, Niken said, the Ministry of Communication and Information seeks to make regulatory efficiency. Until this year, the Ministry of Communication and Information has simplified approximately 30 percent of existing regulations, including in the service sector.
"If it is easy to deal with something, why should it be complicated, because the desire of the Minister is the importance of paying attention to excellent service for community needs and every rule does not slow down stakeholders but must accelerate," said Niken, a former senior broadcaster.
In addition to regulating, Niken explained that in order to be effective and efficient in the use of finance in the Ministry of Communication and Information in every activity and program carried out, transparency and accountability are needed so that all activities can be accounted for.
"The Minister always says don't always think about money, but what you think about is that Kominfo programs can provide value to the community. Thus, the program or activity that we do must provide benefits to the community," Niken continued.
To encourage community growth to continue to increase, Minister Rudiantara also carried out bureaucratic reforms with restructuring, for example an institution or organization in Communication and Information Technology which was slow in carrying out activities required a strategic restructuring policy.
"What we are prioritizing is not only about the speed of an activity or program, but also seeing the impact on the future of the community must have an increase in industrial growth, e-commerce and digital economy," said Niken. **
Source: Ministry of Communication and Information