THE SECOND FGD ONE MAP

On May 8, 2018, IBCSD along with WRI Indonesia and TFA 2020 held a National FGD titled “Involvement of Non-Government Actors in One Map Policy for Strengthening Environmental Governance”. In the FGD, the Government as the organizer of the One Map Policy was met with representatives from the private sector as one of the beneficiaries and the impact of land-related policies to identify in advance the need for synergies between sectors and mechanisms of the synergy.

The government represented by the Head of BIG as well as representatives from other agencies, the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, the Office of the Presidential Staff and the Ministry of Home Affairs engaged in the One Map policy provides an initial exposure in response to the need for the involvement of non-government actors, who are generally very positive and identify the synchronization phase which is the last stage of the Compilation and Integration process will be the best opportunity in the involvement of all parties. Meanwhile, 14 private companies and 4 industry associations attending the invitation generally responded to the importance of legality and mechanisms for using data, and then related to information confidentiality.

To assist in the process of engagement, a space or communications forum is needed that allows non-governmental parties in government-run KSP and JIGN processes to support a single map acceleration policy, and be specifically asked to assist:
1) Strengthening the policy of one map in the management and supervision of the environment
2) Supporting open government policy
3) Encourage effective and efficient private (non-governmental) involvement of the private sector (non-government actors)

To resume the discussion, IBCSD held a second Focus Group Discussion (FGD) as a follow-up to the first FGD. The FGD was held on Thursday, July 16, 2018 at 8.30 – 12.30 at Mercantile Club, Jakarta and participated by private companies, business associations and non-governmental organizations and central and local government representatives, with the following objectives:
1) Discussion related to the regulation and mechanism of involvement of non-governmental parties, especially private parties, in the KSP process and JIGN mechanism in the communications space between the government, private, and non-governmental organizations;
2) Discussion on key issues in private sector involvement in KSP and JIGN processes (data confidentiality, data sharing protocol);
3) Proposed establishment of working group to explore & find road map related to key issues in private sector involvement in KSP and JIGN process.

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