The Kulon Progo Regency Government (Pemkab) has made another achievement on the Monitoring and Evaluation (Monev) of the Public Information Disclosure of the Special Region of Yogyakarta’s (DIY) Public Body in 2019 organized by the Special Region of Yogyakarta’s Regional Information Commission (KID), at the Hotel Tara, Tegalrejo, Yogyakarta, Saturday (28/9/2019).

Several awards were won by Public Agencies through several categories. The Kulon Progo Regency Government received the first-best award in the Appreciation category for Innovation in the Implementation of Public Information Openness. Besides, several Public Bodies in Kulon Progo Regency also received the Information Openness Award.

Among them, the Kulon Progo Regency Public Information Management Officer (PPID) won the first-best in the Main PPID category in Special Region of Yogyakarta, Kulon Progo Communication and Information Agency in the category of Regional Government Organizations (OPD) of the Regency/City Government in Special Region of Yogyakarta also won firs-best, Regional Development Planning Agency (BAPEDA) of Kulon Progo won the fourth-best, the Wates Religious Court won the second-best Judicial category. Nanggulan District won the second-best and Pengasih District won the third-best in the Special Region of Yogyakarta category and BPR Bank Pasar of Kulon Progo received the second-best in Special Region of Yogyakarta BUMD Category.

Deputy Regent of Kulon Progo Drs. H. Sutedjo said that the achievement of awards was the effort and hard work of various parties, we appreciate and thank those who work optimally for everything in disclosure of information: “We remind that every OPD must always be active in responding to complaints from the general public. Because PPID is the driving force to provide information,” he said.

Hopefully, PPID will be even better shortly so that this achievement is evidence and encouragement because Kulon Progo Regency has been able to form PPID to the village so that it becomes an example for other regions. Meanwhile, Chairperson of the Special Region of Yogyakarta’s Information Commission, Hazwan Iskandar Jaya said, the monitoring and evaluation involved the Center for Human Resource Development and Research (BPSDMP), and in collaboration with Aisiyah University (Unisa) and UGM Yogyakarta, so that at the time of the formulation of the assessment instruments should be accountable academically.

Source: Media Center of Kulon Progo Regency

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