Erwin Ariadharma is a Senior Public Sector Management Specialist in the Governance Global Practice (GGP) of the World Bank based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is currently supporting the Ministry of Finance of Indonesia in implementing its Bureaucratic Reform and Institutional Transformation program, including digital transformation and tax reform. Also, he is closely working with the Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform and the National ICT Council in accelerating the implementation of digital government transformation. Prior to joining the World Bank, Erwin worked for Charles Kendall Consulting, Booz-Allen & Hamilton, BearingPoint, KPMG Consulting, and Grant Thornton to support the various national reform programs of the Government of Indonesia. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Monash University (Australia).
Digital Transformation for Public Financial Management (PFM) in the Republic of Indonesia and Republic of Korea
The presentation provides experiences of Digital Transformation for Public Financial Management (PFM) in the Republic of Indonesia and Republic of Korea. The presentation provides the overview of core government systems for PFM, their implementation and some key lessons learned. It shows how digital transformation helps to improve government operations such as revenue, treasury and contribute to increased efficiency and transparency of the public sector. In addition, it highlights the importance of a more integrated PFM Information system at the central and local government, better Fiscal Data Disclosure platforms of the Government and State-Owned Enterprises, and National Participatory Budget platform.