Improvement of Human Resource Quality of Apparatus, RI Government Cooperate with South Korea

Jakarta -The Ministry of Administrative Reform and the Bureaucracy Reform (PANRB) is cooperating with South Korea’s Ministry of Personnel Management related to bureaucratic reform programs and efforts in the HR field of apparatus.

As a follow up, the two sides made a pre-signing of a memorandum of understanding at the PANRB Ministry’s Office in Jakarta on Friday (23/3/2018).

“The implementation of this memorandum of understanding can support government agencies in Indonesia in enhancing the human resource capacity of the apparatus as a key point in achieving the goal of world-class government transformation in 2024,” PANRB Minister Asman Abnur said after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Personnel Management of South Korea.

The Ministry of South Korean personnel management is responsible for public service human resource management at the central government agency of South Korea.

On this occasion, Minister Asman and Minister of Personnel Management Kim Pan-suk shared knowledge about the implementation of management in Indonesia as well as in South Korea.

Through these meetings, the two countries have learned a valuable lesson from the innovative HR policy management apparatus for progress in their respective countries. Indonesia and South Korea explain the success and constraints faced.

“I am confident that today’s sharing of knowledge will bring new insights and inspirations about the advanced leadership and innovative change management of ASN [state civilian apparatus], to strengthen sustainable bureaucratic reform and to meet the challenges of a new industry era 4.0 that require learning and action collaborative and creative, “he said.

The pre-signing of the MoU includes three important things: first, planning and innovation of public administration in human resource management, from employee recruitment, career management and competence, performance management, to compensation systems and pension systems.

Second, improving the quality of policies on human capital management, including the management of national talent. Third, improving the integrity and discipline of human resources, especially in corruption eradication program.

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