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KPK appreciates the Anti-Bribery Management System in AP II
Jakarta - PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero), the manager of 20 airports in Indonesia, held an audience with the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in order to strengthen cooperation between the two institutions.
At the meeting held at the Red and White House, Wednesday, April 14, 2021, the board of directors of AP II, namely President Director of AP II Muhammad Awaluddin, Director of Human Capital AP II Ajar Setiadi, Director of Finance AP II Wiweko Probojakti and Director of Engineering AP II Agus Wialdi held an audience with KPK Deputy Chairman Nawawi Pomolango and Lili Pintauli Siregar.
AP II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin said the company asked for KPK assistance to ensure organizational activities could remain far from corrupt practices.
"AP II has a vision of On Becoming Airport Enterprise Leader in the Region by 2024. To become the market leader for airport operators in ASEAN, of course AP II must really have a strong foundation as a healthy organization, and one of them is that the company must have an anti- corruption is getting better over time. "
"We are very grateful and grateful that the KPK has supported AP II in building a sustainable anti-corruption system. AP II is grateful for the assistance provided by the Corruption Eradication Commission, among others related to asset utilization, gratification control, Anti-Bribery Management System [SMAP], whistleblowing system [WBS] and State Officials Wealth Report [LHKPN], "said Muhammad Awaluddin.
Utilization of assets
During the hearing, Muhammad Awaluddin conveyed the issue related to the use of assets which KPK could assist in handling. A number of these issues are related to the use of assets, mostly land in a number of locations.
One example of assistance that has been carried out by the KPK is related to the use of assets in Tangerang. In November 2020, the KPK mediated between AP II, the Tangerang City Government and the Tangerang Regency Government to discuss existing assets. Then this was followed up with the MoU on the Utilization of AP II Assets in the Tangerang City area and the Tangerang Regency area.
"We ask the KPK to provide assistance, security, and utilization of Angkasa Pura II assets, especially we ask for the assistance of the sustainable task force," said Muhammad Awaluddin.
The Deputy Chairman of the KPK, Nawawi Pomolango, said that what was conveyed by AP II had become the main task of the KPK in carrying out coordination and monitoring.
"There is a regional Korsup deputy at the KPK, hopefully in the future the method used by the Corruption Eradication Commission in an effort to optimize assets can be implemented as we had done for PLN and Pertamina and we" succeeded "at that time," said Nawawi.
Meanwhile, KPK Deputy Chairman Lili Pintauli Siregar asked Angkasa Pura II to participate in education and anti-corruption campaigns by supporting KPK activities.
Application of LHKPN, Whistleblowing system, and SMAP
As for the hearing, Muhammad Awaluddin also had time to say that all LHKPN [Statements of State Officials' Wealth Report] in AP II have submitted reports to the KPK.
"The number of mandatory LHKPN reports in AP II for 2020 is 1,058 people, and the current position is 100% reporting LHKPN," said Muhammad Awaluddin.
Muhammad Awaluddin on this occasion also conveyed the progress of the collaboration between AP II and the KPK related to the development of a whistleblowing system (WBS).
"The KPK has conducted an assessment of 300 respondents of AP II employees about the culture of preventing acts of corruption, then interviewed 10 respondents. Furthermore, coordination continues to be carried out regarding the integration of the IT whistleblowing system between the KPK and AP II, "said Muhammad Awaluddin.
In December 2020, AP II and the KPK signed a Cooperation Agreement on Handling Complaints in Efforts to Eradicate Corruption. This agreement serves as a legal umbrella for cooperation between AP II and the KPK related to the integration of the whistleblowing system or witness reports of corruption.
Muhammad Awaluddin in the audience with the KPK also informed that currently AP II already has an Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP) according to the ISO 37001: 2016 standard to identify, prevent and evaluate the risk of bribery.
This ABMS system provides clear protocols to prevent, detect and report any irregularities. So that PT Angkasa Pura II can always implement GCG in every activity and line of business, "said Muhammad Awaluddin.
The implementation of this SMAP received direct appreciation from Nawawi Pamolango, because the global certified SMAP built by AP II can prevent corrupt practices.