Ministry of Communications and Informatics Launches Electronic Money Success Non Cash in Toll

By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 30 2017 - 15:00 IWST

Menteri Komunikasi dan Informatika Rudiantara Luncurkan Uang Elektronik
Menteri Komunikasi dan Informatika Rudiantara Luncurkan Uang Elektronik - Jakarta - The Ministry of Communication and Informatics has also succeeded in electronic money program, by launching Kominfo electronic money.

In the first phase, 500 electronic money of Kominfo has been distributed to all participants of the flag ceremony of the 89th Anniversary of the Youth Pledge Day in the Ministry of Communications and Informatics Environment. Electronic Money Kominfo This edition is titled Palapa Ring.

The launch of electronic money is a synergy between inter-ministerial / institutional programs in government that must support each other. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology strongly supports the use of electronic money for both toll roads and other public services.

"We are currently distributing 500 electronic money cards in order to support the use of electronic money to pay tolls, KRL and various services to the public. It shows that we all support programs in the ministries / agencies together. We support government programs without sectoral ego. Launch of electronic money Kominfo Ministry of this prime edition titled Palapa Ring. Should we all support each other, also need to be applied in Internal Kominfo among Satkers should support and synergize each other," said Minister of Communications and Informatics Rudiantara, in ceremony ceremony, Monday (30/10/2017).

To welcome the future needs of course also coupled with the ability of human resources.

"In terms of human resource development also not only to meet admisnistrasi course, but need to develop human resources needed for now and in the future," said Rudiantara.

For the government to know through the Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT) requires payment electronically for every vehicle that uses all toll roads in Indonesia.

Based on BPJT data from the Ministry of Public Works and People's Housing (PUPR), as of October 25, 2017, the implementation of non-cash transactions at toll road gates has reached 91 percent.

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