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The Indonesian government will soon progress to the second phase Covid-19 vaccination on February 17.
President Jokowi says major work needs to be done to change the model of bureaucratic services that is known to be rigid.
SOEs Minister Erick Thohir explained why many cases of corruption have taken place in SOEs.
The Indonesian Ombudsman has launched an online portal to facilitate complaints on public services in the sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ombudsman assesses that the government must be careful when imposing sanctions for participants of BPJS Kesehatan in payment arrears.
KAI has announced that it will provide free tickets on April 13, 2019, for certain routes to commemorate the 21st anniversary of SOEs.
Jokowi introduced a new program when delivering his vision and mission during the opening of tonight's presidential debate.
The operator of Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, is implementing non-cash transaction at car parking tollgates.
State-owned railway company PT KAI will be operating 15 extra trains this weekend that coincides with the Islamic New Year holidays.
The Transportation Ministry launched an app to provide access to information on the sea transportation sector
The Public Works Ministry has received the lowest rank in the survey conducted by the Indonesian Ombudsman on public services compliance.
For 2013, 15 provincial capitals are targeted to have BRT.
The integrity pact involves 29 commercial and regional development banks, three securities firms and eight investment management companies.
The government plans to provide a call center dedicated to receive all emergency calls.
The existence of such spaces can help local authorities monitor and observe any issues that may affect the community as a whole.
The construction is part of the local government's effort to re-brand the landfill as an environmentally-friendly zone.
The one-stop integrated service (PTSP) will be officially open in the fourth week of January.
A complaint will be responded in three days' time at the latest, Bima Arya says.
The Decree effectively increases the fares of public transportation by Rp. 1000, or equals to 30 percent.
Water losses in the capital is much more worse compared to the national average, which stands at 33 percent.