Editor : Martin Simamora, S.IP |Martin Simamora Press

Senin, 16 Mei 2011

KPK called to monitor Rp 6.7t electronic ID project

An NGO says the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) should monitor the electronic ID project that is currently being managed by the home minister, since there have been indications of graft in its implementation.

“We strongly suspect there has been great deal of manipulation starting right from the project offering stage. Therefore KPK investigators should immediately intervene by monitoring the whole process in relation to the project,” Government Watch (GoWa) executive secretary Andi Syahputra said Wednesday, as quoted by tribunnews.com.

He added that the project working committee had been careless in its management of the project, including in the appointment of partner companies, thus raising big questions in regards to their motivation.

“This is a huge project that is costing up to Rp 6.7 trillion in state funds, but it is being treated carelessly. That is why we are now questioning the basis of the [committee's] motivation [in its appointment of partner companies],” he said.


Tidak ada komentar:

Corruption Perceptions Index 2014

Russia e-Government : One Click State

e-Government: have we forgotten of the public sector context?

Eight mega trends in e-government for the next eight years

World Economic Forum : Smart Grids Explained

Fraunhofer Fokus : e-Government & Applications

Berita Terbaru

Get Widget