Regional Asset Management Information System
Corresponding Author(s) : Tini Apriani
Prosiding International Conference on Sustainable Innovation (ICoSI),
Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): Optimizing Global Benefit for Future Wellbeing
This research is related to Asset Management Information System. Where, in Government Regulation Number 27 of 2014 concerning Management of State/Regional Property, it is implied that there are efforts to improve towards good corporate governance practices which have an impact on the increasing need for information on the management of regional assets produced in the context of regional financial management. This research is relevant to be discussed in order to raise the importance of good asset management in an area. The population in this study is the area that implements asset management innovation. While the subject in this study is the innovation of the Asset Management Information System (SIMA) in Pontianak City. The results of this study indicate that SIMA which is a website-based application system with geospatial information is expected to be able to accommodate the problems that occur in the presentation of information on land and building asset data owned by the Pontianak City Government in previous years to be much better, more organized, accountable and transparent to the public/community because SIMA is able to accommodate and maintain the public transparency system that applies in the Pontianak City Government. In addition, through this SIMA, the Pontianak City Government, especially related OPDs, can easily supervise land and building assets belonging to the Pontianak City Government without having to check in the field so that it is hoped that the effectiveness and efficiency of the budget can be carried out properly. Not only that, it is hoped that the risk of data errors and loss of data on land and building assets of the Pontianak City Government can be minimized to a minimum in order to prevent irregularities in the submission of financial reports and regional assets.
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