In relation to the issuance of Circular Letter of Minister for State Apparatus Empowerment & Bureacracy Reforms dated June 28, 2010 concerning the data collection of honorary staff who work in government offices, the Verification and Validation Team from State Agency for Staff Affairs (BKN) on Honorary Personnel has been processing 9672 documents of honorary staff. Only 40% of them, however, are considered eligible for further processing as candidate for civil servants (CPNS).
It was stated by Bambang Chrisnadi, S.H, M.Sc., Deputy Head of BKN in the Socialization event of Government Regulation No. 53 Year 2010 concerning discipline of civil servants and the exposure of the Honorary Staff Verification and Validation, organized by the UGM Directorate of Human Resources. The event took place on Friday (19/11) in the Main Room of Grha Sabha Pramana UGM.
Bambang mentioned, verification does not necessarily make honorary staff candidate for civil servants instantly. Verification and validation are the steps taken to make whether an honorary staff meets the criteria. "Passing verification is not a guarantee to be directly appointed as civil servant candidate. There will still be another examination concerning the legitimacy of administrative requirements, for example for someone who has passed verification, but in their Police Registration Card they are stated as having committed a crime, then they can not proceed to the next round,” he explained.
Bambang said the honorary staff who will be appointed must meet the requirements as stated in Government Regulation No. 48 Year 2006 and Government Regulation No. 43 Year 2007 on Honorary Staff Appointment as Civil Servant Candidates. Verification includes five aspects, namely employees who are appointed by the competent authority and other government officials, financed by state/regional budget, working in government agencies, having worked for a period of at least one year by December 31, 2005 and until now still working continuously, and aged at least 19 years old and no be more than 46 years old by January 1, 2006. "If all criteria are met, he/she will be appointed as civil servant candidate," explained Chairman of the Team for Data Collection, Verification, and Validation of Honorary Staff.
On the occasion, Bambang also socialized Government Regulation No. 53 Year 2010 concerning discipline of civil servants in lieu of Government Regulation No. 30 year 1980.
UGM Human Resources Director, Harjadi, S.H, M.M, mentioned the data collection that was done in August, there were 494 honorary staff having at least one year working period on December 31, 2005. The data will then be submitted to the BKN for further verification and validation. "The hope is that everyone can be appointed," said Harjadi.
Meanwhile, Senior Vice Rector for Administration, Finance, and Human Resources, Prof. Ainun Naim, Ph.D., said that honorary staff verification needs to be done because of the large number of honorary workers at UGM.