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Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform and The House of Representatives Speed Up Derivative Regulations of The ASN Law, Including Non-ASN Arrangements

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JAKARTA – The government through the Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform is moving quickly to make a Government Regulation Draft (RPP) after the issuance of Law No. 20/2023 on the State Civil Apparatus (ASN).

This draft is divided into two government regulations, namely the RPP on ASN Management and the RPP on rewards and recognition.

The government is seeking input from the House of Representatives on a number of substantial issues in this RPP.

“The ASN Law has been passed. Today, with the House of Representatives, we are discussing various aspects to be outlined in its derivative regulations,” said Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Abdullah Azwar Anas in a working meeting with Commission II of the House of Representatives in Jakarta, Monday (13/11).

There are 16 substances included in this ASN Management RPP, including the handling of non-ASN personnel including honorary staff.

The substances are strengthening work culture, expanding the scope and mechanism of working for Government Employees with Work Agreements (PPPK), managerial and non-managerial positions, reciprocity between ASN and TNI soldiers/police members, improving ASN welfare, ASN rights and obligations, determining ASN needs, and CASN procurement.

Other substances included in this RPP are strengthening the performance of ASN employees, talent and career development, competency development, dismissal of ASN, ASN professional organizations, digitalisation of ASN management, dispute resolution, and the arrangement of non-ASN personnel.

“The arrangement of non-ASN personnel is carried out in stages. The government and the House of Representatives have the same commitment to better organize non-ASN personnel,” he added.

Anas also emphasized that the government pays special attention to the handling of non-ASN and has committed to no mass layoffs.

One of the government’s commitments to complete this arrangement is the issuance of Decree of the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform No. 648/2023 on the Selection Mechanism for Functional Position PPPK.

“An 80 per cent quota has been prepared for special formations for former THK-2 and non-ASN whose graduation is based on the best rank, and a 20 per cent quota for general formations where graduation is based on the Threshold Score and the best rank,” he explained.

“This means that the government places non-ASN personnel who have served to be given affirmation first to enter PPPK,” he added.

Anas explained that the results of the data collection of non-ASN personnel totalled 2.3 million employees, divided into 325,517 in central agencies and 2.02 million in regional agencies.

“Of that number, some have entered ASN from the selection carried out from year to year. We project the remaining non-ASN personnel in 2024 to be 1.6 million,” he said.

“It is this figure that together with the House of Representatives we are finalizing the structuring solution in accordance with the mandate of the new ASN Law,” he continued.

On the same occasion, Chairman of Commission II Ahmad Doli Kurnia said that Commission II of the House of Representatives continues to oversee the seven transformation agendas contained in Law No. 20/2023 on ASN.

Meanwhile, regarding the scenario of non-ASN personnel arrangement, Commission II oversees that the Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform and BKN have a clear schedule and arrangement mechanism.

“As well as providing various facilities that favor honorary workers in both full-time and part-time PPPK recruitment mechanisms,” explained Ahmad Doli Kurnia.

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