Minister of Finance: BPK audit is an effort to improve state financial management

BPK audit results are part of the government’s ongoing efforts to improve the quality of state financial management

Jakarta ( – The Minister of Finance (Menkeu) Sri Mulyani said that the audit of the central government’s financial reports (LKPP) conducted by the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) was an effort to improve state financial management.

This is a step towards realizing sustainable development in order to achieve the country’s development goals.

“The results of the BPK audit are part of the government’s ongoing efforts to improve the quality of state financial management,” said Sri Mulyani while attending exit meeting in the framework of the 2022 LKPP examination on May 24, 2023, as quoted from an official statement in Jakarta, Thursday.

For this reason, Sri Mulyani expressed her appreciation to the BPK which plays an important role in safeguarding state finances, as well as to all ministries/agencies (K/L) that have worked together during the audit process.

As for Exit Meeting is a series of examinations of the 2022 LKPP which has been submitted by the Minister of Finance on behalf of the government to BPK.

On behalf of the government, Sri Mulyani thanked all parties, both the BPK which continues to monitor and audit state finances, as well as the ministries/agencies that have worked well and are full of dedication in the 2022 LKPP audit process.

Previously, Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani had submitted unaudited LKPP to BPK for audit on March 28, 2023.

The LKPP submitted consists of reports on the realization of the APBN, reports on changes in excess budget balances, cash flow reports, operational reports, balance sheets, reports on changes in equity, and notes on financial statements.

In LKPP 2022, a report is also submitted output strategy which is the work achievement of the implementation of the 2022 State Budget by Ministries/Institutions.

These achievements include the construction of an irrigation network of 315 kilometers (km), construction of 1,435 km of roads, 142 km of toll roads, 12.4 km of bridges, 32 dams, assistance with health insurance contributions to 96.8 million poor people, and provision of 20 million social assistance. beneficiary group.

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Reporter: Agatha Olivia Victoria
Editor: Click Dewanto


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