The award presentation marked the 2020 National Working Meeting (Rakernas) for Government Financial Accounting and Reporting, which was attended by provinces, districts, and cities throughout Indonesia.
The awards were bestowed to 10 consecutive years of WTP and five years WTP in a row, also for a good administration of state property (BMN Award).
South Kalimantan was one of the provinces that have maintained the Unqualified opinion (WTP) in financial reports from 2010 to 2019.
While Batola have sustained this best audit grade (WTP) from 2015 to 2019.
There were 14 entities in South Kalimantan that received the 2019 WTP award, namely one province and 13 districts and cities, including Batola
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Regent of Batola attended the virtual 2020 National Working Meeting together with Regional Secretary H Abdul Manaf, Head of Board of Development Planning, R&D (Bappelitbang) Zulkifli Yadi Noor, Head of Asset and Financial Management Body (BPKAD) Samson, and Head of the Batola Inspectorate H Ismet Zulfikar.
The national working meeting with the theme “Challanges of State Financial Accountability in Handling COVID-19 Pandemic and National Economic Recovery” was also aimed to encouraging the optimization of the use of information technology in the era of adaptation to the new normal.
It was held in a series of activities, including talk show, webinar, coaching clinic, and award presentation from 22 to 24 of September 2020.