The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta administration is ready to implement a scorecard system to assess the performance of district and subdistrict heads.
“In February, district and subdistrict heads have to make plans and targets. In March [the programs] must be implemented,” Premi Lasari, who heads Jakarta’s governance bureau, said Tuesday.
The city’s working units would facilitate the planning process. For example, road repairs would need assistance from the Bina Marga road agency, while the transportation agency would help to deal with illegal parking, Premi added.
An assessment will be conducted every six months, and the report will be submitted to the Jakarta Employment Agency (BKD) and the Jakarta governor. There will be reports on 44 district heads and 267 subdistrict heads.
The assessment will be based on 16 performance indicators. These include issues related to illegal settlements, illegal street vendors, waste management, waterways, parks, child-friendly integrated public spaces (RPTRA), roads, street lighting, dengue fever mitigation efforts, handling of social problems, Jakarta Smart Card (KJP) disbursement, asset management and public complaints.
The public will also have access to monitor their district and subdistrict heads through the website www.kinerja.jakarta.go.id. (wnd)
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