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Action plan – West Sumbawa, Indonesia, 2021 – 2023



Action Plan: Action plan – West Sumbawa, Indonesia, 2021 – 2023

Action Plan Submission: 2021
Action Plan End: December 2023

Lead Institution: Statistics Central Agency of NTB Province, Development Planning, Research and Development Agency of NTB Province, Communication, Informatics and Statistics Agency of NTB Province, Public Empowerment, Village Government, Population and Civil Registration Agency of NTB Province, Health Agency of NTB Province, Inspectorate of NTB Province, Regional Secretariat of West Sumbawa Regency, Development Planning, Research and Development of West Sumbawa Regency, Community and Village Empowerment Agency of West Sumbawa Regency, Health Agency of West Sumbawa Regency, Communication and Informatics Agency of West Sumbawa Regency, Social Agency of of West Sumbawa Regency, Inspectorate of West Sumbawa Regency



Dec 2023

Date Submitted

6th August 2021


The values of open government are in line with the vision and mission of the Development of West Nusa Tenggara and the Government of West Sumbawa Regency, as stated in their respective Regional Medium-Term Development Plans. One of the development missions of the NTB Province is to realize NTB CLEAN AND SERVICE through the transformation of a bureaucracy with integrity, high performance, free from Corruption, Collusion, Nepotism and dedication. While the Third Mission of West Sumbawa Regency is West Sumbawa Regency GOOD in the administration of government and public services. This mission is directed to improve the implementation of regional government that is accountable, free from corruption, collusion and nepotism, and to improve the quality of transparent and integrated public services.

The NTB Provincial Government has established several flagship programs. The NTB Care program encourages public participation through the implementation of a public service complaint system. One Data NTB is a program to improve data governance to produce quality development data. The Posyandu Revitalization Program aims to improve the quality of community health and family resilience through the development of family posyandu services. Meanwhile, the West Sumbawa Regency Government organizes the Regional Mutual Assistance Empowerment Program (PDPGR). Through this PDPGR program, community participation, transparency and accountability in the implementation of regional development programs can be improved.

The two Regional Governments have collaborated and encouraged the participation of various stakeholders in implementing Local OGP commitments. The OGP Local NTB collaboration forum is held regularly to accommodate various stakeholders in the co-creation process from the preparation of action plans to monitoring and evaluation. In this way, it is hoped that all OGP Local commitments can be carried out properly and provide the maximum benefit for the welfare of the people.

Open Government Challenges, Opportunities and Strategic Vision

This subsection details the Open Government Strategic Vision in your local area that should guide the commitments for the action plan period.

What is the long-term vision for open government in your context and jurisdiction?

The long-term vision of West Nusa Tenggara Province for open government is to realize a clean and serving West Nusa Tenggara through the transformation of a bureaucracy with integrity, high performance, free from corruption, collusion and nepotism (KKN), and dedication. Meanwhile, the vision of West Sumbawa Regency is to create a participatory, clean, transparent, innovative, inclusive and accountable local government. The visions of these two governments have close similarities and explicitly emphasize the commitment of each jurisdiction to implement all the principles of open government in order to provide quality, accessible, and non-discriminatory services for all citizens.

What are the achievements in open government to date (for example, recent open government reforms)?

West Nusa Tenggara Province:

  • Achievement of the Informative qualification in the assessment of public information disclosure issued by the Information Commission of the Republic of Indonesia in 2019 and 2020;
  • There are various channels for public service complaints based on information technology and social media: SMS Center, NTB Care Website, NTB Care Mobile app, Social Media Accounts (Facebook, Instagram);
  • A Data Forum has been established and organized as well as the provision of online Open Data services through the One Data NTB portal;
  • Establishment of 4185 family Posyandu spread across several villages in all districts/cities

West Sumbawa Regency:

  • The predicate of public information disclosure in the last three years has increased, from “Quite Informative” in 2018, “Towards Informative” in 2019; then in 2020 it received the highest predicate, namely the Informative District;
  • The accountability of local government administration has increased, as indicated by the opinion of the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) on regional financial management with the title Unqualified (WTP), and an “A” score for the Performance Accountability of Government Agencies (SAKIP) of West Sumbawa Regency since 2019.
  • The level of compliance with public services in West Sumbawa Regency in 2019 was in the “Green Zone” category or good with a score of 81.94 points;

What are the current challenges/areas for improvement in open government that the jurisdiction wishes to tackle?

The challenges and areas of improvement that will be addressed in the current implementation of open government are;

  1. strengthening policies and regulations for regional superior programs, in the context of improving the quality of public services, developing regional innovations, and strengthening community participation;
  2. increasing the capacity of local government apparatus in the administration of professional, transparent, participatory, and responsible governance;
  3. management of public information disclosure that can encourage public participation;
  4. increasing community participation in mutual cooperation (synergy and collaboration) to support local government programs through the revitalization of Posyandu institutions and functions;
  5. improving the quality of public complaints services so that they are efficient, fast and complete in order to improve the quality of public services and sources of input data for planning and policy making;
  6. Provision of quality data and integration of regional development data management systems in support of the one data Indonesia program;

What are the medium-term open government goals that the government wants to achieve?

West Nusa Tenggara Province:

  • All regional agencies achieved the Informative qualification in the assessment of Public Information Disclosure
  • All regional agencies can respond to public complaints quickly, accurately and completely and in a well-coordinated manner;
  • All quality data from all regional apparatuses can be collected and published widely;
  • Establishment of 6000 Family Posyandu in all villages

West Sumbawa Regency:

  • Increase transparency, participation, responsiveness and public accountability in the administration of local government;
  • Improving the inclusiveness and quality of regional planning and budgets;
  • Improving the quality of public services and local governance through the development of regional innovation.

How does this action plan contribute to achieve the Open Government Strategic Vision?

The OGP Local action plan, the consortium of the NTB Province and West Sumbawa Regency governments will contribute to the Regional Strategic Vision through:

  • The management of the public complaint system through the NTB Care program and the Yasinan Forum provides a channel for the community to submit complaints and suggestions in the administration of government so that they will become feedback for improving the quality of public services.
  • The One Data NTB and KSB program aims to provide quality development data that can be used by the government and the wider community, one of which is to evaluate the government’s performance.
  • Revitalization of Posyandu into Posyandu which functions as a center for service, empowerment and development in health, education, economy, social culture, environment and other fields;
  • Strengthening policies/regulations and developing collaborative action plans and partnerships between the government, civil society, the private sector in the Implementation of Regional Government in the Regional Mutual Cooperation Empowerment Program;
  • Strengthening the Protection and Empowerment of People with Social Welfare Problems and Other Vulnerable Groups Based on Mutual Cooperation;
  • Strengthening Regional Apparatus Innovations to Improve Public Services.

How does the open government strategic vision contribute to the accomplishment of the current administration’s overall policy goals?

West Nusa Tenggara Province which is clean and serves as a strategic vision of an open government will encourage the realization of a government that is professional, serving, free from corruption, collusion and nepotism, transparent and accountable. The ideals of a government like this are one of the pillars of the vision of the province of West Nusa Tenggara, which is to build a glorious West Nusa Tenggara

West Sumbawa Regency GOOD in the administration of government and public services is one of the main supporters in achieving the goals of local government policies as stated in the Regional Medium-Term Development Plan 2021-2026, so it is hoped that this strategic vision can realize transparent, participatory and accountable governance.

Engagement and Coordination in the Open Government Strategic Vision and OGP Action Plan

Please list the lead institutions responsible for the implementation of this OGP action plan.

  • Statistics Central Agency of NTB Province
  • Development Planning, Research and Development Agency of NTB Province
  • Communication, Informatics and Statistics Agency of NTB Province
  • Public Empowerment, Village Government, Population and Civil Registration Agency of NTB Province
  • Health Agency of NTB Province
  • Inspectorate of NTB Province
  • Regional Secretariat of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Development Planning, Research and Development of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Community and Village Empowerment Agency of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Health Agency of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Communication and Informatics Agency of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Social Agency of of West Sumbawa Regency
  • Inspectorate of West Sumbawa Regency

What kind of institutional arrangements are in place to coordinate between government agencies and departments to implement the OGP action plan?

Each local government has formed a Coordination Team for the Implementation of Open Government which is determined based on the Decree of the Head of each Region. This coordination team is responsible for carrying out coordination between technical local government organizations implementing action plans, and consolidating with external local government parties in developing co-creation, implementation, and monitoring of the implementation of open government action plans in the regions.

In terms of institutional structure, this coordination team consists of the Director, Person in Charge, Implementer, Facilitator and Monitoring and Evaluation. To support the implementation of tasks, functions and administration, local governments have established Open Government secretariats in each region.

What kind of spaces have you used or created to enable the collaboration between government and civil society in the co-creation and implementation of this action plan? Mention both offline and online spaces.

Each local government has established a West Nusa Tenggara Local OGP collaboration forum as a forum for coordination and collaboration in the planning, implementation and evaluation of open government programs.

Online spaces are provided to facilitate the process of coordination and collaboration both formally and informally between the government and CSOs. For example, providing WhatsApp Groups for each region’s team and WhatsApp Groups with local governments.

Offline meetings have been held several times, both at the government secretariat and the CSO secretariat. A series of workshops on the preparation of draft action plans was held both at the level of the Province of West Nusa Tenggara and in the District of West Sumbawa. Finally, the team also conducted an online public test of the draft action plan that had been prepared by the consortium to get input and feedback from the community and other parties involved.

What measures did you take to ensure diversity of representation (including vulnerable or marginalized populations) in these spaces?

  • The Collaboration Forum that was held involved and provided space for each stakeholder to discuss and convey input in each stage of the implementation of OGP Local commitments according to their capacities and interests and needs.
  • Local governments provide an affirmative space by giving partner CSOs a role to explore information, issues, aspirations and needs of vulnerable groups. For example, accompanying CSOs discussed with several representatives of groups of women ex-migrant workers, female heads of household, and representatives of persons with disabilities and academics in Sumbawa Regency. Meetings were also held with other CSO representatives on a limited basis in accordance with the health protocol. The results and field findings are processed by partner CSOs as part of the strategic issues that will be addressed through this open government action plan.

Who participated in these spaces?

  1. West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) Provincial Government
  2. West Sumbawa Regency (KSB) Government
  3. NTB Provincial Information Commission
  4. NTB representative ombudsman
  5. Supporting CSO : SOMASI NTB, PWYP Indonesia, Fitra NTB, Solidarity Center, Legitimid.
  6. Other CSO representatives working in NTB; Media Link, Global Fund, Mitra Samya, Deaguru Institute and Lingkar Study Madani (NGO).
  7. Academics from Muhammadiyah University of Mataram and Cordova University of West Sumbawa
  8. Village government
  9. Representatives of persons with disabilities
  10. Women’s group representative
  11. Village assistant representative
  12. Team for Empowerment and Family Welfare (PKK) for NTB and West Sumbawa Provinces
  13. Posyandu Cadre
  14. Sanitarian Cadres and Agents of the Mutual Cooperation Empowerment Regional Program.
  15. Agricultural Extension
  16. Family Hope Program Officer (PKH)
  17. Officer of the Reduce Reuse Recycle Waste Processing Site (TPS3R)

How many groups participated in these spaces?


How many public-facing meetings were held in the co-creation process?


How will government and non-governmental stakeholders continue to collaborate through the implementation of the action plan?

To ensure collaboration between local governments and CSOs in the implementation of action plans, local governments involve them in the Open Government Implementation Coordination Team, both as Advisory Teams and Monitoring and Evaluation Teams. A multi-stakeholder collaboration forum is developed and will hold regular meetings once every 4 months, or as needed. This meeting serves to determine the progress of achieving activity targets and find solutions to problems that arise.

Whats Up OGP Local NTB chat group is also always used for instant coordination to respond to various dynamics that arise in the implementation of OGP Local NTB commitments

Please describe the independent Monitoring Body you have identified for this plan.

The independent monitoring body will be formed to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the action plan consisting of elements of college / academics and CSOS.

The NTB Provincial Government will involve academics from the University of Muhammadiyah, practitioners of public information disclosure and CSO Media Link. Whereas the West Sumbawa Regency Government will involve academics from the Publication and Community Community Research Institute (LRP2M) of Cordova University, Deguru Institute, and Circle of Madani Studies (NGOs).

Provide the contact details for the independent monitoring body.

  • Ayatullah Hadi, S.IP, M.IP, Lecturer at Muhammadiyah Mataram University,
  • Hendriadi, SE, ME, Information disclosure practitioners,
  • Darwanto, Director of Media Link (CSO)
  • Akhairuddin, Chairperson of the Publication and Community Service Research Institute (LRP2M) of Cordova Universit
  • Samsul Hidayat, Deaguru Institute
  • Novi Irwansyah, Lingkar Studi Madani (NGO)

What types of activities will you have in place to discuss progress on commitments with stakeholders?

The Local OGP Collaboration Forum Meeting will be held regularly or in accordance with the needs by involving a broader range of stakeholders, to discuss the progress of the implementation of commitments and find solutions to the problems that emerge.

How will you regularly check in on progress with implementing agencies?

Agency in charge of the commitment will develop a monthly report related to the progress of the commitment. Furthermore, it will carry out a regular work meeting which presented the entire OGP Local Coordination Team of the Province of NTB and the Agencies implementing action plan.

How will you share the results of your monitoring efforts with the public?

The dissemination of the results of the monitoring of the implementation plan to the public will be held online to ensure the ease of access and a broad range. The NTB Provincial Government will evict it through the official website of the NTB Provincial Government, namely on the Local NTB OGP page ( and various social media accounts owned by the NTB Provincial Government. So even with the West Sumbawa Regency Government will publish the results of monitoring through the official website of the Regional Government ( and local government social media accounts in the form of a complete report and an interesting and easy-to-understand infographic.

Endorsement from Non-Governmental Stakeholders

  • Syuaeb, S.Hi, Chairman, Information Commission of NTB Provine
  • Dwi Arie Santo, Director, Community Solidarity for Transparency (Somasi) NTB
  • Arianto Nugroho, Director, Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia
  • Dewi, Member, Open Government Indonesia
  • Tauhid Sulaeman, Coordinator, Companion for Development and Empowerment of the Village (P3MD) of NTB Province
  • Ramli, director, Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency (Fitra) NTB
  • Benny Tanaya, director, solidarity Center West Sumbawa
  • Syahrul Mustafa, director, Legitimid

West Sumbawa Letter

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Comments (11)

Musti Susanti Reply

Semoga Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat menjadi kabupaten yang selalu membanggakan, dan dapat meningkatkan kesejahtraan masyarakatnya.

Saptori Reply

Semoga memberikan dampak positif bagi masyarakat

Rasyidi Reply

Semoga kabupaten Sumbawa barat jaya dan sukses

Febby citra airi Reply

Always support

Aditia Reply

Semoga kedepan Sumbawa barat menjadi kabupaten yg religius, bermartabat dan maju dari segala aspek terutama dari sektor sumber daya manusianya untuk menuju sejahtera.

Dany seputro Reply


zulkipli Amd.kep Reply

thank you

Moko Reply

Since 2007 until now still feel at home in this district..
Thank you for being a part of my 15 years of breathing..
and thank you for loving me…

Zay Reply

Semoga kabupaten Sumbawa Barat menjadi lebih Jaya dan Sukses

Abdul Azis,S. AP Reply

semoga KSB semakin jaya dan masyarakatnya sejahtera

Amrullah Reply

Sumbawa Barat Luar Biasa

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