Udayana University Wins Rank Three as the Best Budget Executing Institution

Udayana University (Unud) won the Third Rank Award for the Best Budget Executing State Ministry/Institution from the Regional Office of the Directorate General of Treasury of the Province of Bali as a work unit for using Government Credit Cards (KPP) in the work area of ​​the Bali Provincial DJPb Regional Office for Fiscal Year 2022. The award was handed over by the Head DJPb Bali Regional Office and received directly by the Rector of Unud Prof. I Nyoman Gde Antara at the Regional Coordination Meeting for Implementation of the Semester I Budget for the 2023 Fiscal Year at the West Hall Room of the State Finance Building, Renon Denpasar, Tuesday (31/1/2023).

The Head of the Regional Office of DJPb Bali Province Teguh Dwi Nugroho in his remarks at the Coordination Meeting conveyed the Fiscal Policy Theme for FY 2023 namely "Increasing Productivity for Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Transformation". The strategy is to improve the quality of human resources, accelerate infrastructure development, reform the bureaucracy and regulations, revitalize the industry, and develop a green economy. Central Government Expenditure Allocation for FY 2023 in Bali Province is IDR 11.33 T consisting of Personnel Expenditure of IDR 4.28 T, Goods Expenditure of IDR 4.28 T, Capital Expenditure of IDR 2.75 T and Social Assistance Expenditure of IDR 28.27 B.

The strategic steps for implementing the 2023 budget are improving the quality of planning, increasing discipline in implementing activity plans, accelerating the implementation of programs/activities/projects, increasing monitoring and evaluation, increasing the quality of spending through increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of spending (value for money), increasing accuracy and accelerating the distribution of Social Assistance and Banper funds, as well as accelerating the procurement of goods/services. Several things that must be done immediately in the 1st Quarter of the 2023 FY are the determination of treasury officials, and SAKTI User registration at the KPPN, submitting Supply Money (Cash, KKP, Domestic KKP), submitting the maximum disbursement of Phase I PNBP for non-centralized PNBP Satkers, Adjusting the needs plan costs and schedule of activities for the Revised Fund Withdrawal Plan on Page III DIPA, BLU so that the Ending Cash Balance for 2022 is immediately reconsidered and the revision for including the Initial Cash Balance for 2023, and acceleration of contractual spending.