To raise awareness on university good governance, Internal Audit Office (KAI) UGM has conducted socialisation of regulations to be implemented in 2016 in an event entitled Good Governance Week 2016. Running for 5 days, the event is attended by 250 people, including faculty leadership, Board of Trustee, directors, and heads of units at UGM.
“I think it is very good to start work in 2016 with regulation socialisation. This event is hosted in order that we can have common understanding of existing regulations so that we have common commitment in implementing them,” said Head of Internal Audit Office, Dr. Supriyadi, M.Sc., CMA., Ak., CA in the opening of Good Governance Week on Tuesday (26/1) at the Senate Hall of UGM.
Based on evaluation, issues to be discussed further relate to HR, Assetts, Finance and Goods and Services Provision. These will be the main topic for socialisation in 2016 for units to be able to run based on existing procedures so that all can run in time effectively.
Work performance improvement is related to productivity and effectivity, especially in administrative processes, said Rector of UGM, Prof. Ir. Dwikorita Karnawati, M.Sc., Ph.D, who in her remarks asked everyone to improve continuously UGM performance in line with the tridharma motto of higher learning. “Let’s all improve the performance of UGM together. We have to increase the quality based on the tridharma to create effectivity and productivity,” she said.
The Rector affirmed that progressivity is a demand for UGM as a Legal Entity. This status is a form of trust from the public and government to UGM that needs to be responded reciprocally by making better performance.
This event is also to increase internal trust. “I hope this event will strengthen the cooperation between us,” she said.