FMIPA Initiates Integrity Zone

“The development of the Environmental Integrity Zone for UB Work Units by FMIPA is certainly one of progress towards the records of integrity zone development at Brawijaya University. FMIPA itself is the 8th work unit to launch an Integrity Zone (IZ) within the Brawijaya University environment.

This was conveyed by Dr. Ngesti Dwi Prasetya, S.H., M.Hum Head of the Legal Division of the Bureaucratic Reform Unit when delivering his material in the activity “Socialization of Bureaucratic Reform of the Intergrity Zone, and Signing of the Integrity Pact of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Brawijaya University” on Wednesday (4/10/2023) at MIPA Center 1.1.

Ngesti added, with the construction of the Integrity Zone (IZ), it is hoped that there will be areas of change that must be worked on, not only completing the evaluation worksheet, but also intended to carry out a real change process in the work unit environment at Brawijaya University.

“I think this declaration process will certainly be easier because the leadership’s commitment is one of the entry points to the integrity zone development processes in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences Faculty,” he added.

Ngesti said that currently in each work unit three main components have been designated which are present in relation to bureaucratic reform. The first is the existence of an Integrity Zone Team (ZI), the second is the Complaint Handling and Gratification Control Team (TP3G), and the third is the appointment of a Change Agent.

“So the IZ Team is the commander of change in the Faculty, so that later how to carry out patterns of change in the areas of management, human resources, accountability, supervision and then public services. “So there are six areas of change which will become the basis for bureaucratic reform indicators, especially in the integrity zone, to be implemented,” explained Ngesti.

Meanwhile, the Dean of FMIPA, Ratno Bagus Edy Wibowo, S.Si., M.Sc., Ph.D., in his speech said that FMIPA would be committed to carrying out democratic reforms.

“Today we will confirm that the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences will be committed to carrying out democratic reforms. Where there are 8 (eight) Bureaucratic Reforms, starting from organization, accountability, etc. “The point is that at FMIPA there are actually two, namely education and financial services, then if you summarize it further from education services and financial services, all our stakeholders want first the service to be excellent, then cheap, fast and correct,” said Ratno.

Ratno added, the essence of bureaucratic reform is the realization or formation of fast, cheap, correct and higher quality services than expected by customers or stakeholders or UB partners.

Ratno also explained that so far the public’s trust in UB has been very large in the world of education. UB, especially FMIPA, is trusted by the public to be able to educate, so we need to carry out reforms starting from teaching, education, research, community service and so on, so that the studies conducted by FMIPA don’t turn out to have no scientific basis, cannot be used or are not taken seriously in the world of education.

“Well, bureaucratic reform is expected to be trusted by the public who have trusted us so much that they will be able to educate, which is what we will prepare or carry out. Hopefully this can happen starting from the smallest environment, namely at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. And hopefully later with additional information from the sources who will be present we will be able to increase our confidence that what we are doing is for good. Let’s make it happen and let’s guard it so that it can be realized later.” Ratno concluded.