Audit Board of Indonesia

The Audit Board of Indonesia (Indonesian: Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan Republik Indonesia, literally Financial Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia) is a high state body which is responsible for evaluation of management and accountability of state finances conducted by the central Government of Indonesia, local governments, Bank Indonesia, state-owned enterprises, the Public Service Board, and institutions or other entities which manage state finances.

Audit Board of Indonesia
Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan Republik Indonesia
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Agency overview
Formed28 December 1946; 73 years ago (1946-12-28)
JurisdictionGovernment of Indonesia
HeadquartersJakarta
Employees6,438 (2015)[1]:100
Annual budgetRp 3.01 trillion[1]:85
Agency executive
Websitewww.bpk.go.id

HistoryEdit

The body was initially established under the name National Supervision Board at Magelang, Central Java during the United States of Indonesia period on 28 December 1946.[2] The Board currently functions under the latest revision to the laws governing it dating to 2006.[2][3] The Board has increasingly tackled environmental issues, revealing in 2014 that the Ciliwung River had been polluted by seventeen separate companies, submitting its report to the police.[3]

As of 2015, the Audit Board of Indonesia was chairing the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions' Working Group on Environmental Auditing.[3]

In 2016, Board chairman Harry Azhar Azis was implicated in the Panama Papers due to a previously registered blank company which he hadn't reported.[4] Azis claimed that the company was merely a registered name on paper which he had started for his oldest daughter, but then sold to someone else after his appointment as Board chairman in December 2014.[5]

Chair of the Audit BoardEdit

The following people have held the position of Chair of the Audit Board since 1947.

Name Begin End
R. Soerasno[6][7] 1947 1949
R. Kasirman[7] 1949 1957
Abdul Karim Pringgodigdo[6] 1957 1961
I Gusti Ketut Pudja 1961 1964
Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX 1964 1966
Dadang Suprayogi[6][8] 1966 1973
Umar Wirahadikusumah 1973 1983
M. Jusuf 1983 1993
J. B. Sumarlin 1993 1998
Satrio Budihardjo Joedono 1998 2004
Anwar Nasution [id] 2005 2009
Hadi Poernomo [id] 2009 2014
Rizal Djalil [id] 2014 2014
Harry Azhar Azis 2014 2017
Moermahadi Soerja Djanegara [id] 2017 2019
Agung Firman Sampurna [id] 2019 present

PowersEdit

The Board is the highest body within the Indonesian government in terms of state financial accountability and management.[3] Their work ranges from the national to local levels, and they have offices in every province in Indonesia.[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Laporan Tahunan 2015" (PDF). Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan Republik Indonesia (in Indonesian). Audit Board of Indonesia. Retrieved 23 August 2017.
  2. ^ a b The Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia. ASEAN Supreme Audit Institutions. Accessed 1 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e Fitrian Ardiansyah, Andri Akbar Marthen, and Nur Amalia, Forest and land-use governance in a decentralized Indonesia: A legal and policy review, pg. 32. Bogor: Center for International Forestry Research, 2015. ISBN 9786023870103
  4. ^ Ayomi Amindoni, Jokowi summons BPK chairman over Panama Papers. Jakarta Post, 15 April 2016. Accessed 6 November 2016.
  5. ^ Harry Azhar Azis: The blank company is for my child. Tempo, 13 April 2016. Accessed 6 November 2016.
  6. ^ a b c "Peringati HUT BPK KE-72, Pimpinan BPK Ziarah Makam Pahlawan". bpk.go.id (in Indonesian). 11 January 2019. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  7. ^ a b "Sejarah BPK RI sejak 1 Januari 1947". bpk.go.id (in Indonesian). Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  8. ^ "'D. Suprayogi' Menjadi Nama Gedung Pusdiklat BPK RI Jakarta". bpk.go.id. 5 June 2009. Retrieved 20 April 2020.|lang=id}}

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