PT DAHANA (Persero)’s Division of Human Resources and Organizational Development held a sharing session of ‘Duduk Bersama Berbagi Informasi—DBBI (Sitting Together Sharing Information)” under the theme of Socialization of Gratification Control at PT DAHANA (Persero). This event was held through a zoom meeting on Friday morning, December 31, 2021.
DAHANA’s Corporate Secretary Bayu Anggoro in his speech said, PT DAHANA (Persero) encourages the implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) by establishing the Sistem Manajemen Anti-suap—SMAP (Anti-Bribery Management System). This is in accordance with the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Regulation No. 2 years of 2019.
“This SMAP must encourage our business to be clean, not interfered by these things (bribery), so we hope that this SMAP can be a support to the company,” said Mr Anggoro.
KPK regulation no. 2 of 2019 Article 1 specifies that gratification is a gift in a broad sense including money, goods, goods, rebates (discounts), commissions, interest-free loans, travel tickets, lodging facilities, tourist trips, free medical treatment and other facilities, both accepted at home and abroad, which is carried out using electronic means or without electronic means.
DAHANA’s Legal Team Herdi Pramayudha said in his presentation, the KPK regulations states in article 25 that government agencies, state-owned enterprises, or regionally-owned enterprises are required to have a Gratification Control Unit.
“At DAHANA, the bribery and gratification control unit is under the Anti-Bribery Compliance Function (FKAP) which is chaired by the Accounting & Taxation SM,” said Mr Pramayudha.
Mr Pramayudha also specified examples of gratuities that must be reported by DAHANA employees including reception of gratuities after being selected or upon completion of the work or procurement (project) process, acknowledgments related to the process of eligibility check/approval/monitoring of work, gratuities received by partners or collaborations, gratuities in connection with new promotions, loans from banks/other financial institutions due to personal relationship, position and authority.
Reporting of gratification grants employees with exemption of punishment, reflects integrity of the recipient, resolves conflicts of interest, and serves as a self-assessment for companies to report receipt of gratuities. Mr Pramayudha also hopes that all DAHANA personnel, from top management to units, will comply with SMAP and report receiving gratuities.