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Governor Ganjar Boosts Shopping for Local Products, Disburses IDR 3.8 Trillion | merdeka.com


Merdeka.com – The Governor of Central Java (Central Java) Ganjar Pranowo has budgeted Rp3.8 trillion from the Central Java Regional Budget for spending on local MSMEs. This was done by Ganjar as a form of commitment from the Central Java Provincial Government to use domestic products.

“The commitment for domestic products and MSMEs in Central Java Province, from the data on the general plan for procurement or providers, is approximately Rp. 3.8 trillion. Then the data on the general plan for the procurement of commitments for domestic products is Rp. 3.5 trillion,” said Ganjar at Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center in Badung, Bali, Friday (7/10).

Meanwhile, said Ganjar, data on the general plan for the procurement of imported products is only around Rp. 302 billion. Ganjar said that means Central Java’s commitment to using domestic products is around 92.12 percent of Central Java’s APBD as of September 30, 2022.

“Then the realization of spending on the RUP package with the P3DN (Increasing Use of Domestic Production) commitment for the Central Java Provincial Government until September 23, 2022, is 53.17 percent.

In addition, Ganjar said his party was also using the Blankon Central Java application to absorb domestic product spending in the Central Java Provincial Government and the public. Until September 30, 2022, said Ganjar, the percentage of the realization of the expenditure is approximately 12.17 percent.

“But the percentage of expenditure realization from the national strategy target (national strategy) is 121.65 percent. So it’s relatively easy to run while we continue to do it,” said Ganjar.

Not only that, Ganjar also encourages P3DN through a number of regulations. One of them was through the instructions of the Governor of Central Java in 2021 regarding the provision of space for MSME players to enter their products in e-catalogs.

Ganjar said, MSME products that have entered the e-catalog can be sold to buyers who access the Blankon Central Java application. The Central Java Provincial Government will then market the product, either through the Blankon Central Java application itself or through a canvassing Working Group (Pokja).

“From the P3DN team, we actually have prepared several teams for the monitoring working group, the socialization working group, and the TKDN working group. Then there’s the steering team, the monet team, to facilitation. So if we’ve done that, actually this can be accelerated,” said Ganjar.

Ganjar further explained, the Central Java Provincial Government will also provide assistance to these MSMEs to maintain and improve domestic products that will be absorbed. Ganjar said that this could be done through the assistance of the related Pokja.

“We have to curate existing MSMEs, we have to accompany them to ensure quality, including continuity. After that we accompany them, even several times we ‘forced’ to enter the e-catalog, must enter Blankon. So I will be able to buy your coals in a different way It’s easy, this is how we accompany them,” he said.

“This is what we then try to communicate with our district friends, the list of entrepreneurs, their products, then we input them on board in our system, then we go shopping,” continued Ganjar.

Ganjar also emphasized his commitment to continue to use domestic products, especially local MSME products from Central Java. Ganjar is also committed to always accompanying the MSMEs, so that the quality of the products sold can be maintained.

“So what the President ordered can actually really leverage domestic products, especially from our MSMEs. But once again the government’s job is to assist so that the quality is maintained,” he said.

For information, the central government budgeted Rp
340.8 T or about 27.9 percent of the total APBD of all regions of Indonesia for spending on domestic products. Meanwhile, the capital expenditure is in the range of Rp. 191.7 trillion, or about 15.7 percent of the total APBD.



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