Good Corporate Governance
In order to build good corporate governance, the Company shall have a commitment, consistent, and persistent from all relevant parties, i.e : all management levels, Employees, Board of Commissioners, Government and other Stakeholders.
- Good Corporate Governance
- Quality Assurance Control
- Responsibilty to Customer
- Corporate Governance Implementation Process
- Gratification Control Process
- Process of Whistle Blowing System
- Guidelines for The Board of Commisioner and Director
- Biofarma Code of Conduct
- Guidelines for Handling Conflict of Interest
- Risk Management
- Directors Guidelines
- Audit Committee
- Development Risk and GCG Committee
- Superior Performance Assessment Criteria
The gratification control of PT Bio Farma (Persero) has been regulated in the Joint Regulation of the Board of Commissioners and Directors of PT Bio Farma (Persero) Number: PER-08/DK/BF/12/2018; Number: PER-06965/DIR/XII/2018 dated December 31, 2018 concerning Code of Conduct. This guideline discusses gratuities that must be reported, gratuities that are not required to be reported, official gratuities, limits on gratuities, gratification reporting mechanisms, Gratification Control Unit (UPG), and Reporting on Gratification Control.
Bio Farma personnel uphold honesty, transparency, and trust in accordance with the Company's value, namely integrity. This is evidenced by the gratification control system established by the Company to prevent Bio Farma personnel from corruption, collusion, and nepotism (KKN). In addition, there is a Gratification application to facilitate Bio Farma personnel to report the receipt of suspected gratification to the Gratification Control Unit (UPG) appointed to monitor the gratification control process.
Gratuities that Must Be Reported
- Gratuities in this category are receipts in any form obtained by ASN / State Administrators from parties suspected of having a relationship with the recipient's position.
- Bio Farma personnel must reject gratuities that are known from the beginning to be related to their position and contrary to their obligations or duties, including gratuities received:
- Related to the provision of services to the public outside of legitimate income;
- Related to duties in the budget preparation process outside of legal revenues;
- Related to duties in the process of examination, audit, monitoring and evaluation outside of legal revenues;
- Related to the implementation of official travel outside of legal / official acceptance from the Company;
- In the process of recruitment/promotion/mutation of Employees;
- In the process of communication, negotiation and implementation of activities with other parties related to the implementation of their duties and authorities;
- As a result of cooperation agreements / contracts / agreements with other parties;
- As an expression of gratitude before, during or after the procurement process of goods and/or services;
- Is a gift or souvenir for employees/supervisors/guests during official visits;
- Entertainment facilities, tourist facilities, vouchers by Bio Farma personnel in activities related to the implementation of their duties and obligations with the grantor that are not relevant to the assignment received;
- In order to influence the policy/decision/behavior of the authority holder;
- In the implementation of work related to the position and contrary to the obligations/duties of Bio Farma personnel.
- Below are examples of receiving gratuities which, if viewed from all circumstances, can be considered related to the position of the ASN/State Official who receives it so that it must be reported, among others:
- Gifts due to family relationships, namely from grandparents, fathers/mothers/parents-in-law, husbands/wives, children/children-in-law, grandchildren, in-laws, aunts/aunts, brothers/sisters/nieces, cousins, and nieces/nephews who have a conflict of interest;
- Receipt of money/goods by officials/employees in an activity such as a wedding party, birth, aqiqah, baptism, circumcision, tooth cutting, or other religious/customary/traditional ceremonies exceeding Rp 1,000,000.00 (one million rupiah) per gift per person;
- Gifts related to calamities or disasters experienced by the recipient, father/mother-in-law, husband/wife, or children of the recipient of gratuities that exceed Rp 1,000,000.00 (one million rupiah) per gift per person;
- Gifts from fellow employees in the context of welcome farewells, retirements, promotions, and birthdays that are not in the form of money or not in the form of money equivalents (checks, bills of exchange, giro, shares, deposits, vouchers, pulses, etc.) that exceed a value equivalent to Rp 300,000.00 (three hundred thousand rupiah) per gift per person with a total gift of Rp 1,000,000.00 (one million rupiah) in 1 (one) year from the same giver;
- Gifts from coworkers not in the form of money or not in the form of money equivalents (checks, bills of exchange, giro, shares, deposits, vouchers, credit and others) that exceed Rp 200,000.00 (two hundred thousand rupiah) per gift per person with a maximum total gift of Rp 1,000,000.00 (one million rupiah) in 1 (one) year from the same giver.
Officially Related Gratuities
- Acceptance that can be categorized as official-related gratification is any acceptance that has the following general characteristics:
- legally obtained in the performance of official duties;
- given openly in a series of official events, which means that it can be interpreted as an open way of giving, namely witnessed or given in front of other participants, or there is a receipt for the gift given;
- generally applicable, which is a condition of the gift that is applied equally in terms of type, form, requirements or value (referring to the general cost standard), for all participants and fulfills the principle of reasonableness or appropriateness; and
- other than forms that are otherwise not required to be reported in a series of official activities.
- Examples of official acceptance include:
- transportation facilities, accommodation, pocket money, banquets, souvenirs received by Bio Farma personnel from other agencies or institutions based on official appointments and assignments;
- plaques, vouchers, goody b/gimmicks from the organizers of seminars, workshops, training received by Bio Farma personnel from other agencies or institutions based on official appointments or assignments;
- prizes during open contests or competitions organized by other agencies or institutions based on official appointments or assignments;
- receipt of honoraria, incentives in the form of money or money equivalents, as compensation for performing duties as speakers, resource persons, consultants and other similar functions received by Bio Farma personnel from other agencies or institutions based on official appointments or assignments.
PT BIO FARMA (PERSERO) ANTI-BRIBERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
ISO 37001: 2016 Anti-Bribery Management System is a standard that serves as a guide for public, private and non-profit organizations that are recognized nationally and internationally as an instrument to prevent adequate bribery (adequate procedure), detect, and overcome bribery that may occur within the Company.
The Ministry of SOEs is committed to realizing good governance within State-Owned Enterprises through the implementation of the ISO 37001: 2016 Management Standard on Anti-Bribery Management Systems (SMAP), which is a follow-up to the letter of the Minister of SOEs Number: S-35 / MBU / 02/2020 to implement Presidential Regulation No. 54 of 2018 concerning the National Strategy for Corruption Prevention (Stranas PK).
The Company is committed to carrying out every business process in accordance with the principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG), namely transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence, and fairness. PT Bio Farma (Persero) is committed to realizing good corporate governance (GCG) through the implementation of ISO 37001: 2016 Certification on Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP).
PT Bio Farma (Persero) implements the ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP) by integrating and issuing policies that support its implementation, including the PT Bio Farma (Persero) Management System Policy, GCG Guidelines, Code of Conduct, Board of Directors Regulation on Anti-Bribery Management System, Risk Management Guidelines, other related Board of Directors Regulations, and other related Guidelines and Work Procedures. The Company is committed to continuous improvement to enhance the implementation of the Anti-Bribery Management System.
Bio Farma is very concerned about the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System Certification process because Bio Farma as a life science company wants to provide comfort to business partners in transactions and minimize business risks.