Indonesian Contractor Association: Seminar for Acceleration of Regional Development

December 2020

The National Association of Indonesian Consultants (INKINDO) is the Association of Consulting Service Companies in Indonesia.

Deputy Governor of East Java, Emil Elestianto Dardak, invited the Indonesian Consultants National Association (INKINDO) to accelerate the development of strategic projects as stipulated in Presidential Decree No. 80 of 2019 in East Java. The Presidential Decree describes the acceleration of economic development in the Gresik - Bangkalan - Mojokerto - Surabaya - Sidoarjo - Lamongan area, the Bromo - Tengger - Semeru area, as well as the Selingkar Wilis and Lintas Selatan areas. The invitation was conveyed when he became the Keynote Speaker in the Seminar and Discussion on Strategies for the Acceleration of Regional Development in East Java, which was held by INKINDO in collaboration with Sun Power Ceramics at the Novotel Samator Hotel Surabaya, Wednesday (25/11). According to him, INKINDO's role was crucial in Presidential Decree No. 80 of 2019, especially in East Java. The three areas stipulated in the Presidential Decree can increase the economic growth of East Java. "The challenges of this strategic mega project are extraordinary. The strategic project must involve all lines, including INKINDO. Let's build an understanding of accelerating development in East Java. We must be successful together, ”explained Emil Dardak as the East Java Deputy Governor's nickname. Meanwhile, INKINDO Jatim Adi Prawito said that this seminar and discussion were held to commemorate INKINDO's 38th Anniversary. This seminar, said Adi, could provide an overview for consultants regarding the acceleration of development in East Java with the Presidential Decree No. 80 of 2019. For this reason, consultants can take a role in realizing the Presidential Decree. Because INKINDO, together with Sun Power Ceramics, wants to contribute to strategic development.

On the occasion of the seminar and the discussion was Deputy Governor Emil Dardak explained the urgency of Presidential Decree 80/2019 dated 10 November 2019, including the origin origin of publication. It is said, at that time, the Governor of East Java Khofifah Indar Parawansa attended the meeting coordination with the Working Cabinet at the State Palace. Governor I already brought a bunch of suggestions development. "But President Joko Widodo said, only three. Three priority, "said Emil imitated the President's words. East Java Provincial Government then realizes that greeting the three priorities are not necessarily identical with three single priorities. But it could mean three main themes. So the East Java Provincial Government turned its brains to choose a three theme really priority. Every the theme contains several integrated activities. Then come up with three theme-based development territoriality then accommodated in the Perpres the. The first theme, acceleration development in the region Gerbangkertosusila (GersikBangkalan-Mojokerto-SurabayaSidoarjo-Lamongan).

Second accelerated regional development BTS (Bromo-Tengger-Semeru). Third, the Wilis neighborhood and Lintas Selatan. Next to three that theme, to support and provide added value development, Pemprov too will develop the area Selingkar Ijen and the area Madura and the islands. Chairman of the East Java INKINDO DPP, Ir, Adi Prawito, MM, MT, is of course many roles that can be taken by consultants and personnel expert, because in the Presidential Decree there are about 218 new projects with an investment value of Rp. 294.34 trillion. The details: infrastructure as much 138 projects, 67 projects economics, and human resource development 13 projects. The project is related to various fields ranging from road infrastructure planning, dam handling and docks, trains, the arrangement of tourism areas, areas industry, agribusiness development, HR training and others. According to him, partially is a large scale project which is a large portion of the consultant with schematic funding PPP (government

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