This sentence describes the spirit of the government of the Republic of Indonesia in realizing sustainable development for its people. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or in Indonesian it is referred to as the Sustainable Development Goals are a development process (land, cities, businesses, communities, etc.) which has the principle of “meeting the needs of the present without compromising meeting the needs of future generations” (according to the Brundtland Report from the United Nations, 1987). As we all know, the government of the Republic of Indonesia currently has nine priority programs which are better known as Nawacita. Nawacita’s own vision and mission considers global cooperation as important as the SDGs.
The SDGs contain 17 (seventeen) agreed goals
Apply to all nations without exception. In contrast to Jordan Mobile Database the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs, 2000-2015), basically the goal of the SDGs is to place society at the center of development. Methods and ways of implementing the SDGs require citizen participation and public participation.
On the other hand, Bappeda DIY has responded to technological developments by building e-Data (Dataku Application). The Dataku application is a form of one development data for the Special Region of Yogyakarta which is capable of monitoring, evaluating and informing development results on an ongoing basis. The data and information contained in the Dataku application can be used as a basis for preparing development plans.
With the same spirit, in 2018, the DIY Regional Statistics Center (BSD) as the manager of the Dataku application developed the Dataku application in collaboration with JMC IT Consultant. In this development, BSD DIY has a mission to implement the SDGs in the Dataku application. With a good data center, it will be easy to determine indicators for achieving the SDGs. In developing the Dataku application, JMC IT Consultant really appreciates the emergence of brilliant ideas from application users for more optimal development results. JMC IT Consultant is well aware that input and new ideas from application users are the key to the development of the Dataku Application.
With the Development of the Dataku Application
It is hoped that it will be able to increase the synergy between data and information on the development of the Special Region of Yogyakarta and the SDGs, so that IG Users the DIY Government can participate in the success of Nawacita’s vision and mission. With enthusiasm, BSD DIY is ready to become the leading data provider sector for local governments in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) program.
JMC IT Consultant as an e-government application developer in Indonesia also supports the government’s program, so that what has been planned can be carried out smoothly and successfully in accordance with the laws and regulations owned by the Indonesian government. JMC IT Consultant has helped make e-government programs successful in various regions in Indonesia. How about your area? JMC IT Consultant has a free consulting service for those of you who want to know more about e-government applications.