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Jakarta Post

Ministries get KPK whistle-blower system

  • The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Thu, August 26 2010   /  09:52 am

The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) launched Wednesday a whistle-blower system allowing civil servants to report gratuities to their institutions and the KPK.

Only in its initial phase, the software was installed at seven ministries — health, public works, home,  forestry, national education, agriculture and finance — before it will be introduced in other government institutions.“These institutions are prone to receiving gratuities, so we need more structured prevention efforts,” KPK deputy chairman Haryono Umar told a press conference after the launch. “Civil servants can file reports to their respective ministry’s inspectorate generals through the system, which is linked to the KPK. The commission along with the inspectorate generals will then further process reports of gratuities received by civil servants,” he said. Under the system, he added, civil ...