Rudiantara: Transparency of Batang Public Service Has Been Good

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, May 20 2018 - 21:00 IWST

Menteri Komunikasi dan Informatika Republik Indonesia (Menkominfo) Rudiantara (Hariyanto/ INDUSTRY.co.id)
Menteri Komunikasi dan Informatika Republik Indonesia (Menkominfo) Rudiantara (Hariyanto/ INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Batang - Minister of Communications and Informatics Rudiantara stated that the transparency of public services carried out by the Government of Batang Regency, has been built well so that people just use the service.

"Goverment is good, transparency is good, but it needs to be restored to the public whether they can access (service, red) via the internet or not because it is still using the web base," he said in Batang, Central Java, Sunday (20/5 / 2018)

Nevertheless, the Minister of Communications and Informatics recommends Pemkab Batang, later better to develop the service by using mobile application access so that people at any time Batang know related to public service openness.

He said in general the issue of openness of public services should begin by improving the way of good service to the community.

"So, (the district government) is not focused on buying computers, buying servers and buying technology, but recently, the most important thing is how to shorten the service bureaucracy in society," he said.

According to him, regional leaders must have a firm policy in determining the purchase of goods and services so that the district government is not harmed.

"I see there are still many heads of regions that are in determining the policy of purchasing goods that actually benefit from the vendors. Vendors only think that important computer or goods sold sell," he said.

Regent of Batang Wihaji said he was grateful for positive feedback by the Ministry of Communication and Information related in developing the transparency of public service for the better.

On that occasion, Wihaji also explained the potential of the district government such as tourism objects, plantation products, local crafts, and potential commercial ports.

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