Denpasar - Udayana University through the Planning and Finance Bureau (BPKU) held an "Introduction to Online Programs / Systems of Symbols and E-Remuneration" activities, Friday (9/11) in the Sudirman Campus Denpasar Postgraduate Building. The event was opened by the Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information Unud, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra, SH., M.Hum, presented Resource Persons of Regional IV Assistant Inspector of Bandung City Inspectorate, Medi Mahendra, SP, S. Sos, M.Sc. Through activities that were attended by the Bureau Heads, SPI, the Heads of Section, Head of Subdivision and staff in the planning field at Udayana University were expected to be able to improve performance accountability in the Udayana University environment.

Informant Medi Mahendra in his material said that the Government Agency Performance Accountability System (SAKIP) is a systematic series of various activities, tools, and procedures designed for the purpose of setting and measuring, collecting data, classifying and reporting performance in government agencies in the context of accountability and improving the performance of government agencies, which are currently implemented in the Bandung City Government. Accountability is one of the general principles in state administration with the basic principles of Good Governance and Clean Governance. Accountability Principle means that each program and activity from the implementation of the state must be accountable for the end result to the community.

While for SAKIP components consist of Performance Planning, Performance Measurement, Performance Reporting, Performance Evaluation and Performance Achievement. The aspects of implementing SAKIP to achieve a performance culture include three aspects, namely fulfillment / formality, quality and implementation (management / continuous improvement). Identification of weaknesses in the implementation of performance accountability is due to weak leadership support or commitment, resistance to change, weak understanding of performance accountability and lack of reliability of work data.

Medi Mahendra further explained that an important step for the development of the next performance accountability is the development of the Government Agency Performance Accountability Report Information System application or SILAKIP. Through SILAKIP, institutions are very helpful in compiling SAKIP reports / documents. Medi also reviews Electronic Remuneration and Performance in its material which includes the scope of assessment, the pattern of assessment of the scope of performance, duties and roles, classification of positions and provisions in the assessment. It is hoped that through the introduction of this program, in the future Udayana University can apply the same thing that was done by the Bandung District Government. (HM)