Timor-Leste Government Officials Participating CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER Training in Indonesia, Starting 4th – 11th of November 2016
Monday, 16 January 2017 04:14

Ten Timor-Leste Government Officials whom in charge of Information Technology and e-Government policy would participate in Chief Information Officer (CIO) Training at Center for Training and Development of Information and Communication Technology (BPPTIK), Ministry of Communication and Informatics (KOMINFO), Cikarang, West Java.

Government of Indonesia and Korea cooperate to organize training on 7th – 11th November 2016, as the part of “Information and Communication Technology Capacity Building Program for Officials of Timor-Leste through South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC)”.

Monday, 16 January 2017 04:12

Translated by Eka S. Chie

There are 30 Government Officials of Timor Leste has participated in Information and Communication Technology Training Program at Training and Development of Information and Communication Technology Center (BPPTIK), Ministry of Communication and Informatics (KOMINFO), Cikarang. The Training is a part of cooperation between Government of Indonesia (Ministry of Communications and Informatics, LAN, and Ministry of State Secretariat) and Government of South Korea through Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) on “IT Capacity Building Training on Government Officials”.

Participants from Timor-Leste had been trained for 5 full-day long and splited into 3 training classes as follows: Chief Information Officer (CIO) on 7th - 11th  of November 2016, as well Manager-Project Management and IT-Operator Essentials on 31th October – 4th November 2016. Training was officially opened by Head of Research and Development of Human Resources  Ministry of Communication and Informatics (KOMINFO), Bapak Basuki Yusuf Iskandar.

The Role of the Ministry of State Secretariat in Implementing Vision and Mission of President On South-South Cooperation and Triangular
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 03:01

Translated by Eka S. Chie

“We will strengthen the role of Indonesia in global and regional cooperation to build mutual understanding between civilizations, promote democracy and world peace, boost South-South development cooperation, and solve global problems that threaten mankind.”

- Joko Widodo, The President of Republic of Indonesia -

(Conveyed in G-20 Summit in China on 4th – 5th September 2016)

South-South and Triangular Cooperation had been around since 1960s, started from the establishment of G-77 (under UNCTAD) in 1967, Buenos Aires Action Plan of Action (BAPA) on Technical Cooperation Among Developing Countries (TCDC) in 1978, the establishment of Special Unit for TCDC (UNDP) and changed to Special Unit for South-South Cooperation (SSC) 1981, Paris Declaration 2005, The Accra Agenda 2008, Jakarta Commitment on Aid for Development Effectiveness 2009, South-South Cooperation Commemoration UNEP-Nairobi, and High Level Forum 2011, The overall agreements marked globally the important stages of development of South-South and Triangular Cooperation.


Indonesia as one of Non-Aligned Movement (GNB) initiator has been actively involved in efforts to help developing countries, whether through capacity-building assistance, dispatch of expertise, and equipment assistance since 1980s (at the time known as Technical Assistance). In order to facilitate coordination of “Technical Assistance” between Ministry/Institution (K/L), the Government issued Decree of the Cabinet Presidential No. 68 of 1981 on the Establishment of Coordinating Committee for Technical Cooperation Overseas (PPKTLN) with the Bureau of Technical Cooperation of Foreign Affairs as Secretariat (currently it is under the Cabinet Secretariat). Nowadays, common terminology used “the South-South and Triangular Cooperation” (KSST).

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