Unud Immediately Implement TTE for Effectiveness, Efficiency and Accuracy in Increasing Acceleration of Achievement of Performance Targets

Udayana University held an Electronic Signature Implementation Socialization (TTE) at SIMDOS, SIMAK and SIRAISA which took place online through the Cisco Webex application, Thursday (13/01/2022). The socialization was opened by the Vice Rector for General Affairs and Finance and attended by Bureau Heads, Deans, Postgraduate Director, Head of Institutions, BPU, Unud Hospital Director, UPT and USDI Heads, Study Program Coordinators and Section Coordinators.

Vice Rector for General Affairs and Finance, Prof. IGB Wiksuana in his speech said that we as members of the Udayana University should be grateful and proud for having excellent Information and Communication Technology that has helped us in carrying out our respective routines at Udayana University. These ICT products are the result of creativity and innovation from various units within Udayana University which are realized through collaboration with the Information Resources Unit as an ICT provider within Udayana University. Our main focus in implementing comprehensive ICT in various aspects of community activities is to improve effectiveness, reliability, accuracy, and work efficiency, so that in the end we are able to increase the acceleration of the University in achieving the Rector's performance targets.

As one of the latest innovations that was launched some time ago is the Application of Electronic Signatures (TTE) in three existing systems within the Udayana University, namely the Lecturer Management Information System (SIMDOS), Academic Management Information System (SIMAK), and Archive Information System. , Letters, and Agenda (SIRAISA). The policy for implementing this TTE by the Chancellor of Udayana University is based on legal aspects that apply in Indonesia. The legality of electronic signatures in Indonesia already has a legal umbrella through the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 11 of 2008 Article 11 Paragraph 1 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions, as well as Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 of 2012 Article 52 Paragraphs 1 and 2 concerning System Operations and Transactions Electronic. Electronic signatures have the same legal force and effect as manual signatures.

The main benefits of implementing TTE at Udayana University include Saving Time which can be seen in terms of the time required where the Leader can provide TTE anywhere and anytime without being limited by space and time, Saving Costs, namely a special budget for the purchase of paper, pens, printer ink, to storage racks will decrease significantly, because all signed documents are digital-based documents, and More Secure, namely increased security by eliminating the risk of document forgery and signature forgery. In addition, electronic signatures also minimize the risk of documents being damaged or lost. Of course, electronically signed documents are also more confidential because the delivery process occurs directly and privately without involving third parties.

The speakers in the socialization were the Head of USDI, Dr. Nyoman Putra Sastra, ST.,MT with material Overview of Electronic Signatures (TTE) and Registration Procedures, as well as material related to the Implementation of TTE in SIMDOS, SIMAK and SIRAISA by the USDI Team namely Komang Oka Saputra, ST.,MT,Ph.D and I Made Widiartha, S.Si., M. Kom.

Electronic Signature is a signature consisting of electronic information that is attached, associated or bound with other electronic information as a means of verification and authentication of digital id, integrity and authenticity. In the presentation of the material, the general description, differences in scan and TTE signatures, things that need to be considered to avoid misuse, activation of the BSRE-UNUD TTE account and the stages and implementation of SIMDOS, SIMAK and SIRAISA.