For Service Improvement, Bawaslu Launches Dispute Resolution Information System Version 3.0

batampos– In order to improve the accessibility of electoral process dispute resolution services through a dispute resolution information system, the General Elections Supervisory Body (Bawaslu) launched the Dispute Resolution Information System Version 3.0 (SIPS V .3).

The launch was marked by the affixing of the letters S, I, P, S, V, and 3 on the podium by the Chairman of the Indonesian Elections Supervisory Body Rahmat Bagja, Secretary General of the Daily (Plh.) (Secretary General) Bawaslu La Bayoni, Bawaslu Member Herwyn J. H. Malonda and Totok Hariyono, Deputy for Administration of Bawaslu Ferdinand Eskol Tiar Sirait, and Member of Commission II DPR RI Arif Wibowo, at the Puri Agung Hall, Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel, Jakarta, Thursday night.

Displayed SIPS V.3 launch scene signed i by affixing the letters S, I, P, S, V, and 3 on the podium by the Chairperson of the RI Bawaslu Rahmat Bagja, the Daily Executive (Plh.) Deputy for Administration of Bawaslu Ferdinand Eskol Tiar Sirait, and Member of Commission II of the Indonesian House of Representatives Arif Wibowo, at the Puri Agung Hall, Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel, Jakarta, Thursday (10/11/2022) night. ANTARA/Tri Meilani Ameliya.

“We hope this service can give many things to our friends. Then what we hope is that in the future SIPS Version 3.0 can answer all online requests,” said Bagja when giving a speech at the launch of SIPS V.3.

Previously, when submitting the launch activity report, La Bayoni said that SIPS V.3 was one of Bawaslu’s breakthroughs in transforming technology-based public services.

This, he continued, aims to provide excellent service to parties with direct interest in elections and elections, namely political parties participating in the election, pairs of presidential and vice presidential candidates, observers, and Indonesian citizens who have the right to vote. < /p>

In its development, Bayoni said that SIPS Version 3.0 is the result of the development of the RI Bawaslu after previously launching SIPS Version 1.0 in 2018 whose use is still limited to the provincial level. Then there is also SIPS Version 2.0 which was launched in 2019 with coverage of usage up to districts/cities.

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In SIPS Version 3.0, Bagja said there were several new feature developments. Among them, there is a data bank of the 2014 Election decisions, the 2019 Elections, the 2020 Pilkada, and several administrative verification disputes for political parties participating in the 2024 Election. Furthermore, there are also data graphs on the number of dispute resolutions, the feature for archiving dispute resolution documents at all levels in Bawaslu, as well as data security and data security improvements. system.

With SIPS 3.0, continued Bagja, applicants can apply for faster and more concise online dispute resolution.

In addition, Bayoni added, applicants can also track the progress of submitting a dispute resolution application, starting from the registration stage, trial schedule, until the submission of a decision.

“Everything can be known in real time and has been connected directly via the email registered by the applicant,” he said.

On the same occasion, Bayoni also said that Bawaslu believes that SIPS Version 3.0 will have a positive correlation with the quality, transparency, effectiveness, and efficiency of election process dispute resolution services.

“This is also expected to put Bawaslu at a significant level of public trust,” he said. (*)

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