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BPK Discovers Irregularities in Central Govt Financial Report

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) recently discovered irregularities in the management of non-tax state revenue (PNBP) and non-tax receivables in 46 ministries and state agencies. According to BPK Chairman Moermahadi Soerja Djanegara, his agency discovered the irregularities in the 2016 Central Government Financial Report (LKPP).

Moermahadi explained that findings were related to 2016 Rp1.15 trillion worth of tax return that excludes Rp879.02 billion worth of non-tax receivables. The BPK also discovered illegal expenditure worth Rp11.41 trillion, and a poor administration of debt worth Rp4.92 trillion.

Despite the irregularities, the BPK finds that the 2016 government financial report remains reasonable. BPK also views that the report is one level lower than the highest score, Reasonable without Exception (WTP), which is first since 2004. 

Moermahadi explained that the result reflects government’s initiatives to follow up recommendations made by the BPK in relation to a score of Reasonable with Exceptions given to the 2015 Financial Report. According to Moermahadi, the government has settled discrepancies in the realization of state expenditure reported by ministries and agencies and recorded by the State Treasurer.


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