Ministry of Home Affairs, Police, and Jasa Raharja Cooperate to Increase Potential for PKB Acceptance

batampos- The Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri) encourages the One Stop Administrative System (Samsat) to optimize the potential for state revenue from the Motor Vehicle Tax (PKB) sector while providing fast and easy services for the community. . Therefore, database reconciliation through data collaboration between the Ministry of Home Affairs, the National Police, and PT Jasa Raharja is important to formulate strategic policies.

This was conveyed by the Director General (Dirjen) of Regional Financial Development (Keuda) of the Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri), Agus Fatoni in the Coordination Meeting (Rakor) of National Samsat Trustees with the Head of Traffic Corps (Kakorlantas) Polri Inspector General Pol. Firman Shantyabudi, and President Director of PT Jasa Raharja Rivan A. Purwantono and his staff at Plataran Menteng, Central Jakarta, Monday (13/06/2022).

Dirjen (Dirjen) Regional Finance (Keuda ) The Ministry of Home Affairs (Kemendagri), Agus Fatoni, in the Coordination Meeting (Rakor) of the National Samsat Trustees with the Head of the Traffic Corps (Kakorlantas) Polri Inspector General Pol. Firman Shantyabudi, and President Director of PT Jasa Raharja Rivan A. Purwantono

“Reconciliation of the database between the Ministry of Home Affairs, Korlantas Polri and Jasa Raharja must continue so that data accountability for the number of active vehicles, PKB, and transfer fees for motorized vehicles (BBNKB) can be realized,” he said. said.

Fatoni explained, based on the DASI – Jasa Raharja database as of December 2021, there were 40 million or around 39 percent of the 103 million motorized vehicles registered with the Samsat Joint Office, had not paid motorized vehicle taxes. This shows that the utilization of potential revenue from PKB has not been optimal.

“PKB and BBNKB are important sources of income to finance regional development,” he explained.

Furthermore, Fatoni said that the National Samsat Guidance Team had agreed to optimize the implementation of Law Number 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation, in particular Article 74 Paragraph 2 point b.

“The regulation regulates the abolition of STNK, payment of taxes, and payment of mandatory contributions to the Road Traffic Accident Fund (SWDKLLJ). ) at least two years,” he said

In response to these conditions, continued Fatoni, the National Samsat Development Team agreed to develop a comprehensive socialization strategy involving the community, experts, Brand Holder Sole Agents (ATPM) and stakeholders to encourage the implementation of the policy.

“The National Samsat Guidance Team will coordinate intensively one of them by preparing the Inauguration of the National Samsat Joint Secretariat and preparing the annual agenda of the National and Provincial Samsat Guiding Teams,” he concluded.

For information, the coordination meeting was also attended by the Director of Operations of PT Jasa Rahaja Dewi Aryani Suzana, the Director of the Korlantas Polri Brigadier General Pol. Yusri Yunus, Plh. Director of Regional Revenue of the Directorate General of Comedy Bina Keuda, Head of Sub-Directorate for STNK Registration of Korlantas Polri Kombes Taslim Chaeruddin, Head of Insurance for PT Jasa Raharja Jahja Joe Lami, and Head of Sub-Directorate for Regional Revenue of the Ministry of Home Affairs Siti Chomzah.(*)