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IT DEVELOPMENT

IN DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF RELIGIOUS COURTS BODY


Case Management System of Religious Court (SIADPA)

In the beginning of 2000, BADILAG (still called Directorate of Development of Religious Judicature) developed SISDIPA (old version of SIADPA). SISDIPA was implemented at some religious courts like PA Cimahi, PA Indramayu, PA Kendal, PA Makassar, PA Batam, and other PAs. The result in implementing SISDIPA attracted many suggestions toward the advisability of this system which later became the embryo of SIADPA. Before nationally implemented, SIADPA has been applied in PA of Malang Regency.

Until the end of 2008, there have been 234 out of 343 (68 %) religious courts that have already implemented SIADPA with 9 PTAs having 100 % implemented SIADPA. They are PTA Bangka Belitung (3 PAs), PTA Banten (6 PAs), PTA Jakarta (5 PAs), PTA Bandung (22 PAs), PTA Semarang (36 PAs), PTA Yogyakarta (5 PAs), PTA Surabaya (37 PAs), PTA Ambon (3 PAs), and PTA Gorontalo (3 PAs).

The following table shows the map of SIADPA implementation in PAs all over Indonesia:

No

Area

Number of Work unit

SIADPA implemented

%

1

MAHKAMAH SYAR’IYAH ACEH

19

6

31.58 %

2

PTA MEDAN

19

8

42,11 %

3

PTA PADANG

17

7

41,18 %

4

PTA PEKANBARU

16

8

50,00 %

5

PTA JAMBI

10

5

50,00 %

6

PTA PALEMBANG

7

4

57,14 %

7

PTA BANGKA BELITUNG

3

3

100,00 %

8

PTA BENGKULU

4

2

50,00 %

9

PTA BANDAR LAMPUNG

9

4

44,44 %

10

PTA BANTEN

6

6

100,00 %

11

PTA JAKARTA

5

5

100,00 %

12

PTA BANDUNG

22

22

100,00 %

13

PTA SEMARANG

36

36

100,00 %

14

PTA YOGYAKARTA

5

5

100,00 %

15

PTA SURABAYA

37

37

100,00 %

16

PTA BANJARMASIN

12

10

83,33 %

17

PTA PALANGKARAYA

6

5

83,33 %

18

PTA PONTIANAK

8

7

87,50 %

19

PTA SAMARINDA

9

7

77,78 %

20

PTA MAKASSAR

24

9

37,50 %

21

PTA PALU

8

4

50,00 %

22

PTA KENDARI

5

3

60,00 %

23

PTA MANADO

5

3

60,00 %

24

PTA MATARAM

16

10

62,50 %

25

PTA KUPANG

13

6

46,15 %

26

PTA JAYAPURA

12

3

25,00 %

27

PTA AMBON

3

3

100,00 %

28

PTA MALUKU UTARA

4

3

75,00 %

29

PTA GORONTALO

3

3

100,00 %

 

343

234

68,22 %

However, it has been planned that by the end of 2009 all PAs will have implemented SIADPA.

In its progress, SIADPA adapts with trend of IT progress like technology of barcode and web-based application. Some of religious courts have implemented barcode-combined and web-based SIADPA. Religious courts which have implemented barcode-combined SIADPA are PA Wonosari, PA Purwodadi, PA Central Jakarta, and some others while web-based SIADPA is implemented in PA Purwodadi, PA Kendal, PA Wonosari, PA Ambarawa, PA Demak, PA Blora, PA Klaten, PA Mungkid, PA Kebumen, PA Semarang, and some other PAs.

The implementation of SIADPA in 234 religious courts stimulates BADILAG to develop national SIADPA data base that is finally realized through National Information Repository (NIR) Program. NIR data are not only functioned to process case information, but also made as data backup to anticipate data troubles at a work unit caused by virus or disaster.

In the middle of 2009 begins the development of SIADPTA (Sistem Informasi dan Administrasi Perkara PTA, Case Management System of High Religious Court). Just like SIADPA, SIADPTA is aimed at creating effectiveness and efficiency in organizing case administration in PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh.


Personnel Management Information System (SIMPEG)

The fostering of judicial staff of Religious Courts performed by BADILAG requires the availability of accurate personnel data and information. Therefore, BADILAG in 2006 developed personnel management application called SIMPEG.

Initially, SIMPEG was locally implemented in 29 PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh all over Indonesia. PTA arranged data entries from PA and afterwards posted the data to BADILAG via email.

Currently, SIMPEG is implemented in each work unit of religious courts. Updating mechanism goes through these stages: 1. religious courts update personnel in their work units, 2. the updated data are sent to PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh, 3. PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh periodically send the updated data to SIMPEG server at Ditjen BADILAG.

In 2009, Personnel Bureau of The Supreme Court introduces an application system called SIKEP (Sistem Informasi Kepegawaian, Personnel Information System) which processes all personnel data (judicial and non-judicial staff) within The Supreme Court and all courts. Responding to this new system, SIMPEG is on going process to be integrated to SIKEP.


Website

BADILAG began developing website, www.badilag.net, on 16 April 2006. The website is intended to accelerate information among all courts in Religious judicature and externally to expand public access to BADILAG and all courts in religious judicature.

The website contains menus reflecting the transparency of information in courts. The menus consist of general description about institution, main tasks and functions, information of activities, information of Religious Court cassation cases, laws and regulations, judgments of all PTAs, hearing schedule, budget transparency, and other menus.

Information transparency in court becomes a common concern after The Supreme Court has issued decree of the Head of The Indonesian Supreme Court (SK KMA) No.144/2007 about information transparency in court. This decree has effectively supported all courts including Religious Courts to develop their own websites.

In the end of May 2009, 268 websites of Religious Courts and 1 website of BADILAG have been developed. Those websites consist of 26 PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh websites (out of 29 work units of PTA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh) and 242 websites of PA/Mahkamah Syar’iyah (out of 343 work units of PA). Meanwhile, 104 work units have not had website yet. Graphic below describes the level of website possession in religious courts.

Based on website distribution in each PTA jurisdiction, there are 14 PTAs whose PAs 100% have already had website. Those are PTA Medan, PTA Padang, PTA Bengkulu, PTA Bangka Belitung, PTA Jakarta, PTA Bandung, PTA Semarang, PTA Yogyakarta, PTA Surabaya, PTA Pontianak, PTA Banjarmasin, PTA Makassar, PTA Palu, and PTA Jayapura.

The following table shows complete data of website distribution in religious courts:

No

Area

Number of Work Unit

SIADPA implemented

%

1

MAHKAMAH SYAR’IYAH ACEH

20

1

5,00 %

2

PTA MEDAN

20

20

100,00 %

3

PTA PADANG

18

18

100,00 %

4

PTA PEKANBARU

17

4

23,53 %

5

PTA JAMBI

11

3

27,27 %

6

PTA PALEMBANG

8

5

62,50 %

7

PTA BANGKA BELITUNG

4

4

100,00 %

8

PTA BENGKULU

5

5

100,00 %

9

PTA BANDAR LAMPUNG

10

5

50,00 %

10

PTA BANTEN

7

2

28,57 %

11

PTA JAKARTA

6

6

100,00 %

12

PTA BANDUNG

23

23

100,00 %

13

PTA SEMARANG

37

37

100,00 %

14

PTA YOGYAKARTA

6

6

100,00 %

15

PTA SURABAYA

38

38

100,00 %

16

PTA BANJARMASIN

13

13

100,00 %

17

PTA PALANGKARAYA

7

6

85,71 %

18

PTA PONTIANAK

9

9

100,00 %

19

PTA SAMARINDA

10

8

80,00 %

20

PTA MAKASSAR

25

25

100,00 %

21

PTA PALU

9

9

100,00 %

22

PTA KENDARI

6

1

16,67 %

23

PTA MANADO

6

1

16,67 %

24

PTA MATARAM

17

5

29,41 %

25

PTA KUPANG

14

1

7,14 %

26

PTA JAYAPURA

13

13

10,00 %

27

PTA AMBON

4

0

0,00 %

28

PTA MALUKU UTARA

5

0

0,00 %

29

PTA GORONTALO

4

0

0,00 %

 

372

268

72,04 %

Based on data above, the distribution of websites in religious judicature in big islands in Indonesia can also be described as follows: Sumatera (65 websites), Java (112 websites), Bali/NTB (6 websites), Kalimantan (36 websites), Sulawesi (6 websites), and Irian Jaya (13 websites).

Currently, The Supreme Court has allocated sufficient budget in all courts for IT development. Therefore, all PAs and PTAs will expectedly have owned and developed website by the end of 2009.


Translated by badilag.net team

 

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