InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – Chief of Auditor II B, Audit Board of Indonesian Republic, Amin A. Bangun mentioned, according to audit report, four troubled indication of fund management in smallholders replanting program (SRP).
The first, there were few fund - helps from Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency (PFMA) that planters got but not being deposit to escrow account in Planter’s Institution (the distribution took place before 1 September 2021). “By September 2021 we found that,” he said, in the webinar with the theme “Dampak Positif Program PSR, Sarpras dan Pengembangan SDM” that plantation media conducted with PFMA in Jakarta.
The second, Bangun continued, SRP fund realization by Planter’s Institution was mixed with other program but the details of the fund is not identified still.
The third, fund management application in SRP is not integrated and not qualified to provide Financial Report information. “The fourth, some got SRP fund but their plantations are more than four hectares per planters and they have double ID,” he said. (T2)