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Saturday, 09 September, 2017 | 09:38 WIB
Ministry Guarantees Clean CPNS Recruitment  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform (Kemenpan RB) guaranteed that 2017 civil servant (CPNS) recruitment will be free of mafia. This is possible since digital-based recruitment system does not provide any rooms for mafia to execute manipulation.

"It’s impossible for mafia to penetrate the system that is already developed," Kemenpan RB spokesperson Herman Suryatman said on Friday, September 8.

The second phase of CPNS registration kicks off on September 11, and closes on September 25. In the second phase, 60 positions are offered from ministries or institutions and North Kalimantan Provincial Government.

The registration is carried out online through BKN websitehttps://sscn.bkn.go.id/. KemenPAN-RB will begin with administrative selection, and the results will be announced on September 30.

Herman explained that the recruitment implements Computer Assisted Test (CAT) with strict surveillance. With such a system, Herman added, it guarantees objective results.

Herman also confirmed that 2017 CPNS recruitment is clean and transparent. He urge civil servant candidates to ignore people who try to take advantage of the event, and follow the procedures established by the system.



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