Jakarta, Armfalcon.com —
Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (CPC) discovered a number of problems in the management of income, spending and assets for the 2021-2022 fiscal year (FY) at the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN).
“Some of these problems include the weak security of BRIN’s land fixed assets and the management of BRIN’s four-wheeled service vehicles that are not in accordance with the provisions,” said BPK Member III Achsanul Qosasi when submitting an Inspection Report (LHP) with a specific purpose (DTT) for compliance with income management , spending, and assets for the 2021-2022 BRIN as quoted from Between, Sunday (9/4).
Apart from that, he continued, the BPK also found that the management of equipment and machinery fixed assets at the former Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology (LBM) and in three Science and Technology Areas (KST) BRIN did not updates and some are not yet known to exist.
“BPK members encouraged the Head of BRIN Laksana Tri Handoko and his staff to immediately follow up on these recommendations,” he said.
Nevertheless, Qosasi stated that BRIN had carried out the management of income, expenditure and assets (TA) 2021-2022 in accordance with applicable regulations.
“The BPK has concluded that the management of revenues, expenditures, as well as utilization and safeguarding of assets for the 2021-2022 fiscal year at BRIN has been carried out in accordance with applicable regulations in all material matters,” said Achsanul.
This compliance LHP was submitted by Member III of the BPK to the Head of BRIN. The handover of the LHP was witnessed by Main Auditor for State Finance III Ahmad Adib Susilo, a team of examiners within the Main Auditorate for State Finance III BPK, as well as officials and implementers within BRIN, Jakarta, Tuesday (4/4).
Armfalcon.com.com have not received the latest statement from BRIN regarding the weaknesses described in the BPK’s LHP.