The Ministry of Finance (Kemenkeu) revealed that state assets worth IDR 300 trillion in DKI Jakarta will be abandoned when the new capital city (IKN) moves to East Kalimantan. Until now, the Ministry of Finance is still reviewing the utilization of these state assets.
The Director of State Property (BMN) of the Directorate General of State Assets (DJKN) of the Ministry of Finance Encep Sudarwan said, “Now we are preparing, taking an inventory and reviewing its highest and best use.”
He added that state assets in Jakarta were estimated at Rp1,400 trillion. However, only IDR 300 trillion of which can be utilized when the capital is moved
Most of the state assets in Jakarta are in the form of government buildings, such as regional offices (kanwil). Thus, these assets will still be used even if the capital city moves.
According to him, “There are many regional offices in Jakarta, DJKN has one and it’s still being used. There is a regional office for taxes, customs, and the treasury which is still in use. The Police have their Polda. TNI has Kodam down. Not yet, the State Palace and the graveyard.”
Therefore, only Rp300 trillion of state assets will be utilized. However, his party is still not sure what kind of utilization mechanism will be used
It should be noted that the form of utilization of State-Owned Goods (BMN) consists of six ways, namely leasing, borrowing and using, Cooperation in Utilization (KSP), and Build-Use-Owned (BGS) or Build-Delivery (BSG).
Then, other forms of utilization are the Infrastructure Provision Cooperation (KSPI) and the Limited Cooperation for Infrastructure Financing (KETUPI).
However, the utilization of state assets will only be carried out when the capital city begins to be moved and begins to be used based on the ministry or agency first vacated.
He closed his statement by saying, “We’ll wait, there’s a sequence. If this year it’s still being used, the office is still being used. Only when it’s moved, it follows the sequence of which ministries and institutions moved first, then we’ll see what’s vacant. ”