Singaraja- Ganesha University of Education (Undiksha) won three awards at the KPPN Singaraja Awards Semester I of 2022. These awards included Rank I for the Best Performance Work Unit in the Big Ceiling Category, Rank III for the Best Performance Using Digipay – Marketplace & KKP for the KKP Category, and Rank III for the Inspirational KPA .
The Head of the Singaraja State Treasury Service Office (KPPN), Ketut Arya Udayana, S.E., Ak., M.T., in his remarks, said that this activity is an annual routine activity that is held every semester to give awards to the Budget User Authority (KPA) Work Unit (Satker) Partners KPPN. This activity is to increase the intimacy of the stakeholders involved with the Singaraja KPPN, give quality assurance to the work unit regarding budget execution, reward and appreciate the satkers for their hard work and high commitment to implementing the State Budget in the first semester of 2022, and also providing encouragement to the work units to further improve their performance in the implementation of state budget management.
At this event, there were several awards given by the Singaraja KPPN to the 65 Working Units under its care, including Best Performance Working Units in the category of very small ceiling, small ceiling, medium ceiling, and large ceiling, Inspirational KPA, and Exemplary Treasurer. In addition, there are also awards for the use of digital payments – marketplaces and government credit cards (KKP).
On the other hand, the Head of the Undiksha General Affairs and Finance Bureau Ni Luh Wayan Yasmiati, S.H., M.Pd., who was accompanied by the Functional Officer for Associate Finance, I Putu Sudiarna, S.P., welcomed this achievement. He explained this achievement was proof of the hard work of the entire Undiksha academic community. “The impression is extraordinary,” she said
This achievement was also inseparable from the excellent assistance from the Singaraja KPPN in Undiksha’s financial management. This assistance previously also succeeded in bringing Undiksha to win a number of awards at the national level. It is hoped that in the future this achievement can be maintained and Undiksha can become a good example for other work units or agencies. (hms)