Acting Provincial Secretary Attended Business Matching in Nusa Dua Bali
NUSA DUA, BALI – EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION BUREAU. The Acting Provincial Secretary of Central Kalimantan H. Nuryakin along with all governors, regents, and mayors throughout Indonesia attended the Business Matching for Domestic Product Purchasing in Nusa Dua, Bali. This meeting was related to the direction of the President of the Republic of Indonesia to ministers, heads of institutions, regional heads, and State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) regarding the Affirmation Action of Bangga Buatan Indonesia (Proud of Indonesian Products).
From this Business Matching activity, it is hoped that commitments from ministries, institutions, SOEs, and local governments will emerge in optimizing their budgets for purchasing domestic products, especially those from Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). This Business Matching takes place from 22 to 24 March 2022.
This Business Matching activity is divided into three stages, namely the pre-Business Matching stage by interconnecting data through government-owned applications such as SIPD belonging to the Ministry of Home Affairs, SAKTI belonging to the Ministry of Finance, and SIRUP belonging to LKPP which will be connected to the P3DN Information System (SIP3DN) belonging to the Ministry of Industry. The second stage is the opening of the activity by the Minister of Industry and also directions from the Head of LKPP as well as business matching with local governments and other additional events. The last one is still business matching with local governments as well as closing the activity.
For the additional information, the government is serious about optimizing the program for Increasing the Use of Domestic Products (P3DN) because it is believed to be able to significantly boost national economic growth. Based on the simulation results conducted by BPS, the impact of purchasing domestic products worth Rp. 400 trillion can increase national economic growth by 1.67% to 1.71%.
Being present to accompany the Acting Provincial Secretary were a number of heads of related regional government institutions within the Central Kalimantan Provincial Government, including the Head of Regional Development Planning, Research and Development Agency, the Head of Public Works and Public Housing Office, the Head of Trade and Industry Office, the Head of Health Office, the Director of Regional Public Hospital dr. Doris Sylvanus, Acting Head of Regional Revenue Agency, Acting Head of Education Office, Acting Head of Procurement of Goods and Services Bureau, and Acting Head of Public Welfare Bureau. (ira/ist/transl.feb)