Afterwards, Jeffrey Cheung, Chairman of the Alliance for Integrity’s Advisory Group in Indonesia addressed the audience. On the following panel, Pahala Nainggolan, Deputy of Prevention at KPK, Collie F. Brown, Country Manager Indonesia and Liaison to ASEAN at UNODC, Heru Prasetyo, Chairman of the Board of Patrons of the Indonesia Business Links, and Dadang Trisasongko, Secretary General of Transparency International Indonesia discussed recent changes in Indonesian legislation regarding corporate liability and reflected on resulting challenges and opportunities. They were joined by Siddharta Moersjid, Head of Standing Committee for Social Responsibility at the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and debated the current situation of business integrity in Indonesia from their organisations’ viewpoints. Towards the end of the discussion they came up with ideas on how the private sector could tackle new requirements in order to reap the benefits of compliance and business integrity.. After the high-level panel discussion, the Indonesian version of the No eXcuses Guide was launched by Barliana Amin, Network Manager Indonesia at the Alliance for Integrity.
After the lunch break, the Alliance for Integrity in cooperation with Indonesia Business Links held a joint session on the topic of “Strengthening Integrity on Procurement in Health Sector: Creating Mutual Benefit for All Stakeholders”. This session was moderated by Mohamad Fahmi, Executive Director at Indonesia Business Links. He was joined by Engko Sosialine, Director of Public Drugs Administration, Indonesian Ministry of Health, Ners Purwadi, Head of Health Care Equipment Department, Public Health Office Jakarta, Muhammad Qadr Siddiq Zam, Directorate for Development of Catalogue System, National Public Procurement Agency, and Siti Juliantari Rachman, Coordinator Campaign Division of Indonesia Corruption Watch. The discussion focused on the current state of e-procurement in the national health care sector and it was mentioned that there were still remaining integrity challenges - both in the public as well as private sector for transparent implementation all over the country. An open and transparent dialogue between the relevant stakeholders could be a possible solution to promote integrity in the sector, so is information sharing.
In the afternoon, an open stakeholder meeting was held where the team of the Alliance for Integrity gathered valuable input from various stakeholders who are engaged in the initiative in Indonesia. Nandini Sharma, Alliance for Integrity’s Network Manager India, gave an overview of ongoing activities in India and encouraged regional cooperation and sharing of knowledge and good practice.
After the Integrity Forum, the Alliance for Integrity held a train-the-trainer workshop and the inaugural meeting of the Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals Working Group in Bandung, West Java.