Indonesia’s Ministry of National development Planning/ Bappenas have announced the Grand Launch of the Indonesian One Data Portal (SDI) which will act as a platform for sharing data nationally through the use of information and communication technology.
“This event is our manifestation and acknowledgment of the importance of data and whatever our efforts are in organizing data, everything will lead to the function and face of the One Data Indonesia portal,” said Suharso Monoarfa, Minister of PPN/ Head of Bappenas recently.
According to Bappenas, there have been more than 800-SDI outreach and assistance sessions, both at the central and regional levels from 2021-2022 with as many as 48-ministries/ agencies out of 83-ministries/agencies engaged.
SDI implementation at the central level is around 50-percent readiness and 62-percent at the regional level.
“In the One Data Indonesia portal, there are several features consisting of Indonesia’s one data governance service and Indonesia’s one data platform. These supporting component features will support data requests between agencies, implementers of the one Indonesian state forum, access management, and security management,” said the Deputy for Development Monitoring, Evaluation and Control of the Ministry of National Development Planning/ Bappenas, Rudy S. Prawiradinata.
The SDI Portal provides a number of facilities according to business processes. First, the planning process, the data list workflow and priority data which makes it easier for producers and data custodians in the data planning process.
Second, the collection process, provision of an Application Programming Interface that connects data owned and managed by data guardians, both statistical and spatial data.
Third, the inspection process, a metadata management feature that is connected to applications owned by the Central Statistics Agency and the Geospatial Information Agency to improve data quality, including the data adjudication process.
Fourth, the process of disseminating and placing data that allows sharing of data using international standards.
In the early stages of SDI implementation, this achievement can become a benchmark for the initial involvement and awareness of ministries/ agencies and regions to manage their data.
According to Oktorialdi, Expert Staff to the Minister for Equality and Territory, there has been a very significant increase in the involvement of ministries/ agencies, from 31-percent this year to an expected 61-percent or more in 2023.
For more details go to https://data.go.id/
Source: Bappenas. Image: Bappenas